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    Default firefighter Training Powerpoint programs

    I am lookingfor firefighter training powerpoint programs, i have lesson plans but nothing to use in the classroom.
    Any help would be great.


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    it's been awhile since i've been over there but last i checked volunteerfd.org had some power points on it's site, including some that i made. i'll try to find some other sites that have some powerpoints on it.
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    Check with IFSTA, they have all the essentials chapters on cd rom. Not sure of the cost but its in there instructor pack. Also Delmar has an essentials book with power points and instructor packs.

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    Default Powerpoint site

    Try this site, lots of helpful powerpoint presentations!!

    http://feti.lsu.edu/municipal/NFA/TRADE/

    This should help!

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    Default link not workin

    anyone else having trouble with the link in the last post? i was looking at that page many times and now i can't get it to open. hopefully it starts workin again so i can download some of the info!

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    If you have lesson plans use them to create your own power point presentation. I did that with a Safety class and it has worked out pretty good. There is lots of information around to use and getting pictures to go along to make it interesting can be easy.

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