I would like to take the time to say thank you for all that participated in this year’s NSFA annual fire training conference in Ely, Nevada. Your participation made this conference the success it was.
Are you registered for the 83rd annual training conference? Better act fast, starting June 7 a late fee will apply and only a limited supply of rooms are available through the specified dates!
FIRST RESPONDER HEALTH & WELLNESS SYMPOSIUM Wednesday, June 13, 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV Special rate $95; For group rate, call 800-344-3555
A quick reminder to all the members of the Nevada State Firefighter’s Association All scholarships Applications and award nominees for Fire instructor of the year, EMS instructor of the year, and fire department of the year awards, as well as training stipends, need to be in and postmarked no later than April 15th.
SAVE THE DATE! Ely volunteer fire department is looking forward to providing an intense and outstanding training conference in 2018. Mark your calendars for June 20-23, 2018. More information to follow in January! What: 83rd Annual NSFA Training Conference When: June 20-23, 2018 Where: Ely, Nevada
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.
For those of you who are going to this year’s annual conference, we cannot 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.
What happens when we join the 21st century? We get online registration for the annual training conference!
2017 Annual Training Conference Instructors Lt. Penny Stone Experience 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 …