I am fairly new to the forums, but am involved in water rescue with the Navy. I am looking to transition to fire rescue and I'm out looking for information. Anyone out there that works for a career department what are some of the qualifications you are looking for in an applicant? Do you want someone that is just water rescue qualified or should a person go out and get there Firefighter certificate, Emt-B, Emt-P, etc.? Any help or information will be greatly appreciated.
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12-10-2000, 09:47 PM #1rsqswmrFirehouse.com Guest
12-10-2000, 10:50 PM #2ADSN/WFLDFirehouse.com Guest
All of our divers are firefighters, but don't get discouraged. Their are some independent water rescue organizations out there. Get on somewhere as a volunteer/paid on call and try the fireservice out.
You are probably better qualified than many public safety divers. You'll just have to learn the specifics of public safety diving.
12-15-2000, 05:51 AM #3Fireboy422Firehouse.com Guest
I know in my aria the loal FD and PD members make up the Dive Team. If I were you I'd go for the medical stuff, if not for a job, at least for you, not bad stuff to know. And why not try out the fire service? Who knows, you may love it! Think about it!
-FF D. Betka
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