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    Capt2-9-2
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    Post Recording Training Hours

    What are you using to record training records on file? I can certainly use any suggestions. I have it on hardcopy, but there must be some sort of hardware I can use on my home computer. Thanks!


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    Tiger
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    We use Firehouse Software both at my fire department and in my role as County Training Coordinator. The Staff Activity and Training Modules allow us to keep track of everything and print volumes of effective reports.

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    Tiger [Earl] Schmittendorf
    Fire Training Coordinator/Recruiter
    Erie County Division of Fire Safety
    716/681-7111
    FAX/681-3645
    www.erie.gov
    schmitte@bflo.co.erie.ny.us
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    Tiger Schmittendorf
    tiger@onscenemarketing.com
    OnScene Marketing Services
    "Mutual Aid for Marketing Your Fire Department"
    www.onscenemarketing.com
    716.549.2885

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    We currently use the FirePrograms software. Until we got that, I had a setup on Microsoft Word that I put all the hours into a table and totaled the columns for Certified Fire & Rescue and in-house training. You can also use any spreadsheet program you might have, such as Microsoft Excel. Make a file for each member. This worked well for me, plus it looks good when you can just pull up the hours on demand, without having to sort through several sheets of paper.
    Tell me, I will forget. Show me, I will remember. Involve me, I will understand.

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