Sat, Apr 04|
Franklin Fire Training Center
Doing More With Less
In this class, students will learn to maximize their individual skill sets when responding first-due with little manpower.
Time & Location
Apr 04, 2020, 8:00 AM – Apr 05, 2020, 5:00 PM
Franklin Fire Training Center, 419 Century Ct, Franklin, TN 37064, USA
About the Event
“Being understaffed is no excuse to NOT perform your job to the best of your ability. This course is designed for rural volunteers that will be faced with every firefighter's worst nightmare, "heavy fire showing and possible entrapment". In this class, students will learn to maximize their individual skill sets when responding first-due with little manpower. Students will also review case studies on successful rescues and learn practical tactics that have been proven to save lives. Students will need full PPE and SCBA.”
Lead Instructor BIO:
Dustin Sinclair has been in the fire service for 15 years and is currently employed as a full-time Firefighter/AEMT with the City of Franklin Fire Department, currently assigned for Rescue Company 2. His fire service career began in 2005 as an Explorer with the City of Erin Fire Department in Tennessee, moving up the ranks to Deputy Chief in 2015. He is also an active volunteer in Williamson County currently assigned to Station 28 as a Captain/Training Officer for Williamson Fire Rescue. Dustin is a Nationally Accredited Fire Instructor II and holds an Associate’s Degree from Austin Peay State University. He is an active member of the “Middle Tennessee Fraternal Order of Leatherhead Society”(FOOLS) and a founding member of the training group, “Dixie Firemanship”.