Registration and course selection is now open for the National Volunteer Fire Council’s (NVFC) Training Summit.
The Summit will take place Friday, June 20, from 8:30am-4:30pm and Saturday, June 21, from 8am-noon in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The conference is open to all volunteer firefighters, EMTs, department leadership, and other fire department personnel and Fire Corps members from across the United States.
Find out more and register now at www.nvfc.org/hot-topics/nvfc-training-summit. This two-day seminar will provide an opportunity to share ideas and best practices, network, and participate in valuable training.
Attendees will be able to select six out of 12 breakout sessions to attend, with sessions addressing reputation management in a digital era, firefighter cancer, behavioral health, PPE usage during overhaul, fire codes, and more.
In addition, the NVFC invites attendees and their families to a lunch event featuring a presentation on the role of families in the fire service on Friday, June 20.
A current agenda with full course list and instructor information is available on the Summit web site.
The registration fee for the Summit is $75. To help more first responders attend, a scholarship is available for select attendees. The scholarship will reimburse up to two nights hotel and up to $500.00 per person for transportation expenses, and the registration fee will be waived (or reimbursed, if you have already registered). A maximum of two representatives per department can receive reimbursement.
To be considered eligible for reimbursement, you or your department must be a current member of the NVFC.
Membership options and benefits can be found at www.nvfc.org/membership.
Register today at www.nvfc.org/hot-topics/nvfc-training-summit.
Can’t make it to the Summit? View dozens of on-demand online courses at www.nvfc.org/training/education/courses.
About the National Volunteer Fire Council
The NVFC is the leading nonprofit membership association representing the interests of the volunteer fire, EMS, and rescue services. The NVFC serves as the voice of the volunteer in the national arena and provides invaluable tools, resources, programs, and advocacy for first responders across the nation. Learn more at www.nvfc.org.