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We are really excited to announce that we are already in Fallon getting everything ready for you!
Most of you will be showing up tomorrow and we want to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible we wanted to answer some registration questions ahead of time. Continue reading “Conference Check-In and On-Site Registration Questions”
For those of you who are going to this year’s annual conference, we cannot wait to see you!
Continue reading “Can’t Wait to See You”
About This Training
The State of Nevada has selected ORION Damage Assessment Solution by IT Futurity as the approved statewide application for disaster preparedness, damage assessment and recovery. This training is geared toward emergency managers, first responders, public works personnel, inspectors and CERT members. Continue reading “Preliminary Damage Assessment Training Available”
Don’t forget to register for the NSFA Annual Training Conference by the end of the day on June 2nd to avoid the late fees!
Continue reading “Don’t Get stuck paying more for conference!”
Paperwork Submission is due 4/15/2017
Don’t forget that The deadline for stipend and award submissions is coming up fast. The last day to mail out your paperwork is 4/15/2017. That’s Just three days from this reminder!
Continue reading “Stipend Deadline Fast Aproaching – 4/15/2017”
What happens when we join the 21st century?
We get online registration for the annual training conference!
Continue reading “Online Conference Registration is Here”
2017 Annual Training Conference Instructors
Lt. Penny Stone
Lieutenant Penny Stone is has been with the Seattle Fire Department for 23 years, a paramedic for 16 years, and has worked in HazMat for ten years. Presently she is a recruit instructor and the lead instructor for the Trauma Series for the University of Washington’s paramedic program. The Fire Chief of Black Rock City Fire Department and USAR – WA State Task Force 1. IC of Non-Profit – Camp Blaze – Fire camp for young women.
Continue reading “2017 Annual Conference Instructors”
Ready to register for conference? We’ve got you covered! Follow the provided checklist to complete your registration.
Continue reading “Registration for the 82nd Annual Training Conference is now available!”