🐊🔥 GATOR FIRE CONFERENCE 2023 🐊🔥 "Over 2,000 Reasons Why to Attend"
The Gator Fire Conference is a seating limited, learning unlimited program delivered solely by Chief Isakson over all THREE DAYS.
If you have seen Chief Isakson’s previous classes, and looking for something new, The Gator Fire Conference is for you.
Chief Ike’s 24-hour Leadership & Tactics for the Fireground event will take place October 4th – 6th, 2023 in Gainesville, Florida. Attendees will understand how to maximize the First Alarm 🚨 and know when to call a Second Alarm 🚨🚨.
This Conference will be focused 75% on Single Family Dwelling Fires and 25% on Multiple Dwelling and Apartment Fires.
The Gator Fire Conference is limited to 50 attendees for better interaction, a quality learning environment, and evening social networking. Investment in this program will benefit Chief Officers, Firefighters, and Fire Officers. Anticipation is one key to successful firefighting, and firefighters who think like officers are an asset on the fireground.
Command Presence through training and experience.
Fireground Leadership and Command Confidence create Command Presence through training and experience. Command Presence is built on smaller incidents and is developed over time. Command Success only occurs if Command has a good understanding of what it takes to control, extinguish, and fully mitigate an incident with the best outcome.
Price includes handouts & notebook to take back & share the information.
This three-day conference will cover Fire Behavior for today’s and tomorrow’s fires based on the Interior, Exterior, and Coordinated Fire Attack UL/FSRI Studies. Attendees can then apply their understanding while operating on the Fireground to better serve their fire department and community. Next, Chief Isakson will mesh the learnings and data from the UL/FSRI Search Study and the 3,000 Civilan Rescues collected by the Firefighter Rescue Survey Group.
Chief Isakson will utilize previous real-world fire events analyzed in depth as examples to show attendees what it took to rescue civilians that survived, where civilians were located and removed that did not survive, dissecting the possibilities of why and what we can do the next time to increase the odds of survival.
This will bring Fire Attack, Ventilation, & Search together, so the Fire Service does not fail operationally when Smoke Detectors Fail. Water application, properly timed ventilation, and simultaneously deploying proper search tactics give trapped occupants the highest chance for survival.
WHAT ADDITIONAL TOPICS WILL BE COVERED OVER THE THREE DAYS
- Fire Behavior “Black Fire and Water on Smoke”.
- Water Application “Water Mapping & Application”.
- Ventilation “Horizontal, Vertical, Forced, & Hydraulic”.
- Forcible Entry “Residential & Interior”.
- Search to include Traditional & Targeted.
- Rescue “Facts About the TIC”.
- Coordinated Fire Attack based on your staffing.
- 6 in 6 “Six Firefighters on scene and operating in Six Minutes.
- 8 in 8 “Eight Firefighters on scene and operating in Eight Minutes.”
- Command “Command Success & Commanding From The Sidelines.”
GATOR FIRE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
AIR TRAVEL & GROUND TRANSPORTATION
If you are traveling to the area by air, Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV) is only 4.4 miles from the event venue. Airlines providing service to GNV include Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines.
Attendees that fly, will not need a car. Attendees can Uber or even catch a ride on the Gainesville Regional Transit System Route 25. This one bus option does include a short 0.2 Mile Walk (Four City Blocks)
CFT “might” be able to pick those up that are flying in Tuesday afternoon. CFT can definitely get those back that are flying out after class ends Friday afternoon at 2:00pm.
SPOTLIGHT ON THE PRESENTER BATTALION CHIEF CURT ISAKSON
Curt “Ike” Isakson is a 30+ year veteran of the fire service, professional speaker, motivator, educator, and consultant with experience working in volunteer, career, and combination departments in urban, suburban, rural, and countywide settings.
He is currently a Battalion Chief for Escambia County Fire Rescue in Florida where he has worked for the last 21 years. Before his time with Escambia, Curt was a Company Officer with the Pensacola Fire Department assigned to Heavy Rescue 31 for 9 years.
HOTEL BOOKING CODE AVAILABLE AFTER REGISTRATION FOR HAMPTON INN & SUITES
'23 - '24 CONFERENCES
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