Registration and course selection is now open for the National Volunteer Fire Council’s (NVFC) Training Summit. The Summit will take place June 1-2 in Concord, NC, and is open to all volunteer firefighters, EMTs, department leadership, and other fire department personnel from across the United States. Learn more and register now at www.nvfc.org/summit.
This two-day event features 12 classroom sessions and provides an opportunity to share ideas and best practices, network, and participate in valuable training. The Summit will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Concord Golf Resort & Spa, just outside Charlotte, NC. Sessions address critical fire and emergency service topics, including firefighter cancer, behavioral health, recruitment and retention, leadership, fireground safety, and more. Click here for the full course agenda.
The NVFC will also offer a networking social event for all attendees. The reception will include a vendor area featuring sponsors California Casualty, Columbia Southern University, ESIP/McNeil & Company, NFPA, The Pennsylvania Fireman, and Trident University International.
The registration fee for the Summit is $75, which provides two days of training from nationally-recognized instructors, lunches, and the networking social event. To help more first responders attend, a scholarship is available for select attendees. The scholarship will reimburse two nights hotel plus up to $500 per person for transportation expenses. In addition, the registration fee will be waived (or reimbursed, if you have already registered). Scholarship applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, with the final deadline to apply on April 1. Click here for more information and to apply for a scholarship.
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 resources, programs, education, and advocacy for first responders across the nation. Learn more at www.nvfc.org.