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    Default Recruit Training

    I've attempted a search, and came up short...perhaps I entered the wrong stuff...

    I'm looking for examples of Recruit Training Calendars for a class over 8-10 weeks. Not necessarily looking for curriculum, but how do you break your weeks into a recruit schedule? What does a daily schedule look like?

    Thank you for your help...

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    Not knowing if you are refering to a volunteer service,with recruits who have no training, or a paid service where rookies have minimum standards...I will assume you are talking about volunteers...
    If you are looking to put that much time into it, might as well go with FFI & II.
    If you are unable to do the FF I/II course, then I would suggest Basc FF, First Responder, and a safety series that includes "Highway Safety".
    These can all be finished by training 4 hours a day, 2 days a week, for 10 weeks. usually tuesday and thursday.

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    This is our current FF1 class schedule.
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