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    Default The Art of Reading Smoke, Dodson Website

    Hello...I've tried several searches on the forum and the internet. Does anyone know if David Dodson, who presents "The Art of Reading Smoke" Seminar has a website? I would like to contact him...

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    yes he does i will get it to you tommorow. i went to one of his classes in boardman ohio. he is real good. i dont have the paper work with me but i will get for ya

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    i'm back. i got my wife before she left for work.
    davedodson@respondsafe.com or www.resoondsafe.com good luck

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    www.respondsafe.com sorry fat fingers yahoo will take you right to it

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    Thanks, fireguy...appreciate the help

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    any time be safe

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    I hope his classes have more info than his website....must be under construction

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    Talking Smoke Reading Training

    I guarantee that you will find his classes and his teaching style to be bettern than most other training sessions that you have attended. He is a super teacher and his message is extremely important. One of the best classes I have attended in 27years in the fire service.

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    I believe he has an article in this month's "Fire Engineering".

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    A Dept. in CT is having him speak at their seminar on 4/30 (it's listed under the Events link). Per the info, you can contact Michael Easter at this e-mail address (info@botsfordfire.com), sure they can help put you in touch with him.

    Hope this helps...Stay Safe...

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    Very good class. I attended one 2 or 3 weeks ago. He said that he is booked the resr of this year. If you can get in one do, you will learn alot. He will be at Indy for FDIC.

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    web site not all that great but the class is REAL good. lot of info. can learn alot if your not stuck in 1985 on fitting fire.

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    Mike Easter is the webmaster of our department. I was the one who put the seminar togeather and if you have questions, seminar@botsfordfire.com would be a better place to send them.

    David Larson

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    I'm taking his class at FDIC, am looking forward to it - you never stop learning.
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    I saw him Lecture last year in Trumbull, CT. He was awesome!

    Anybody who goes to his class will definatly learn something!

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    His class was one of the best fire service classes that I've ever attended. It wasn't stuffy. It wasn't boring. I believe he actually taught everyone in the room something.

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