Archive for November, 2015

In 30 years of fire and rescue, I’ve met a lot of Instructors.  Some were inspiring, some were depressing, and some were… just… there. In the depressing classes, it was obvious early on that the Instructor didn’t understand the material, didn’t really care about the subject, and / or seemed to have few concerns about […]… Continue Reading

Like most TR Instructors I know, I’ve fielded my share of questions from people who either have (or are working toward) TR certification about the new standard – NFPA 1006 2013 edition.  Some questions are simple confusion, but others are so far off base that you have to wonder who is spreading this layer of […]… Continue Reading