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    Default looking for Fire Control II class

    Hi there.

    I need one class to complete my NC FF-II certification, and that lone remaining course is Fire Control II. This is a difficult class to find, so if any of you know about any department or community college that might be holding or sponsoring FC-II or FC-I/II please post that information here.

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    Default Fire Control in Eden

    Eden Fire will be have FC Lev 1 & 2 on Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, & 26 The day class is from 8 am to noon and the night class is from 6pm to 10pm and the Saturday class is from 8 am to 5 pm. Email if you have any question at rescue105@earthlink.net

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    FYI: Finished up my certification through Wake Tech -- took the last class at Eastern Wake back in February. It is good to finally have the paper in hand, I tell you.

    Next goal: I think I'm going for Fire Instructor.

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    Congrats on that ranahan! I know you are relieved to get that over with!
    Tell me, I will forget. Show me, I will remember. Involve me, I will understand.

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    Originally posted by benford1
    Congrats on that ranahan! I know you are relieved to get that over with!
    You'd better believe I was happy to get that done! I took my first FF certification class in Burke County in 1994. Of course, the Army years came between here and there, but still -- that's a long time to be working on this! I'm thrilled to have finally reached one of my goals (the hard way, no less), and hopefully I can continue learning new skills as well as refining the stuff I already know how to do.

    But I'm beginning to look even more forward to passing what I've learned along to others. I know what it's like to be somewhere where there was no real guidance from the senior guys (there wasn't anyone with experience). And I think no guy or gal who is willing to do this job should have to enter this job without the wisdom and assistance of those who've gone before him...so maybe I can do my part to pass some of that along.

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    Always good to hear someone with that attitude! Pass along what you know to make the next generation of firefighters better than we are. I look forward to hearing from you in e-mails.
    Tell me, I will forget. Show me, I will remember. Involve me, I will understand.

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