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Wisconsin Society of

Emergency Services Instructors

THANKS TO ALL

for your part in making

W S E S I 61st ANNUAL

INSTRUCTORS CONFERENCE

A success!

Download Conference Wrap-up here.

MPTC Main Campus

235 N. National Ave., Fond du Lac, WI

(Track A & D Programs)

FDLFR Station 1

815 S. Main St., Fond du Lac, WI

(Track B & C Programs)

Radisson Hotel & Conference Center

625 W. Rolling Meadows Dr. 

(Friday Dinner & Annual Meeting)

PRE-CONFERENCE TRAINING: 

Monday, February  through Friday, February – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Emergency Services INSTRUCTOR (ESI) at MPTC 

Experienced MPTC instructors will conduct this course; it is the prescribed class for those seeking certification as Wisconsin Fire Instructor I, and prerequisite for Fire Officer candidates.

Course fee of $225.00 includes:

• Course textbook

• Handout materials

• Complimentary pass to Friday’s Social!

(RSVP for planning, please).

Class will be limited to 30 students. Register TODAY!

TRAIN-THE-TRAINER 


Friday WORKSHOPS 1:00 to 5:00 PM

Track B Participants: NFPA 1403 – Classroom Session at FDLFR

Track A, C, & D Participants: 


MOLSON-COORS ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENT

Fire Chief AARON LIPSKI, Milwaukee Fire Dept.

 

Learners will:

-analyze PRE-event planning / preparatory efforts / SOGs.

- hear recordings of event fireground audio w/ presenter commentary and characterize strengths / weaknesses of collective response.

- identify disparities between SOGs and the real-time response.

- identify and discuss instructional strategies for closing the gaps between and SOGs and real-world performance.

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE 4 C'S:

DIAMOND STANDARD LEADERSHIP

Fire Chief MIKE STANLEY, City of Oshkosh Fire Dept.

 

This interactive discussion will explore the high value that leaders possess, how they can be developed, and what are common characteristics of great leaders. Participants will be challenged to identify how they can become better leaders and how they can develop future fire service leaders.

Objectives-

1. List common traits of successful leaders

2. Describe the need for situational leadership

3. Apply dvelopment techniques to future leaders

SATURDAY / SUNDAY PROGRAMS -- Continuing program tracks from Friday:

TRACK A -- INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT

TWO Saturday Presentations at FDLFR:

 

SO YOU’RE THE NEW TRAINING OFFICER!

JIM AUSTAD, Fox Valley Technical College

This session will guide you as a new or seasoned training officer on how to build a training program to be compliant with SPS 330, ISO and NFPA. This program will also help you lead your organization to meet your mission of your department along with increasing your recruitment and retention.

TRAINING FOR SUCCESS


Bring your flash drives and laptops; prepare to add to your training repertoire and training program organization. This session includes a brief lecture component followed by a "sharing" session to assist each other in developing departmental training plans and/or course planning. Consider this a collaborative "brainstorming" session to grow as an educator.

Often instructors know how to present material; however, many are a little stranded when it comes to creating a class or presentation with a goal in mind. Much of this is learned over time and through experience. This session is designed to help educators define a training need, establish the objectives, goals, or JPR’s and put methodology into a plan to fulfil a need.

 TRACK B -- NFPA 1403 COMPLIANCE TRAINING at FDLFR 

Emphasis on

ACQUIRED STRUCTURE PREPARATION

David Yakowenko

Racine Fire Dept.

Yak-Attack Innovations & Training, LLC


Dave and a staff of experienced live-burn instructors will take you through a complete hands-on experience that will focus on the preparation of an acquired structure, balancing realistic learning experiences with the safety of all participants.


Classroom session: Friday 1-5 PM   –   Field Practical: Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM

NFPA-compliant turnout gear, with SCBA & spare tank, is required for all participants

DOCUMENTED FIREFIGHTER I AND EMERGENCY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR I is required for all participants

Enrollment is limited to 15 students. Register NOW!

TRACK C -- TRAIN-THE-TRAINER at MPTC

Presented by WTCS Fire Certification & Education

In this debut of the state-wide roll-out, developers of the Technical Rescue curriculum will unpack and explain the Implementation Guide, lesson plans, and resources available to instructors for this new course!

Classroom session: Saturday, February 19 – 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

DOCUMENTED EMERGENCY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR I

is required for all participants


TRACK D  -- National Fire Academy (NFA) Course:

 OPERATIONS (ICO) F0455

 Held at FDLFR

This two-day course is designed to meet the needs of Company Officers (COs) responsible for managing the operations of one or more companies during structural firefighting operations. This course is designed to develop the management skills needed by COs to accomplish assigned tactics at structure fires.

Saturday, February and Sunday, February  – 8AM to 5PM

All participants must have a FEMA Student ID number (SID) and submit it for registration.

SIDs can be obtained at https://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/admissions

Class size limit: 30 – Register early!

SAVE your

SEAT --

Email us your SID

Please email your SID, name (Last, First, MI), Department or agency, and its city and state -- you will be added to the class roster.

COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS – By registering for the 2022 Conference, you are agreeing to observe and follow the public health policies and precautions prescribed by and for our co-host venues – Fond du Lac Fire Rescue, Moraine Park Technical College, and Radisson Hotel & Conference Center – in effect as of the dates of the Conference. Registered attendees will be furnished with copies of (or access to) the policies, and notified of any updates in policies/procedures taking effect in advance of the Conference dates.

FEES

Pre-Conference (Mon.-Fri.) -- Emergency Services Instructor:                                    $

Emergency Services Instructor II Train-the-Trainer: 

CONFERENCE FEES include programs and Friday Dinner buffet

$10.00 Early-Bird Discount: Register by January , 20 

After January :

WSESI Members

Non-members

TRACK A: Instructor Development

$

$

TRACK B: NFPA 1403 Compliance 

$

$

TRACK C:  Train-the-Trainer

$

$

TRACK D: NFA Course -- 

$

$

*PLEASE NOTE –  National Fire Academy does not charge fees for the courses in these tracks; consequently, this fee is not required for those attending only the Saturday/Sunday programs for these tracks. The fee covers the costs for attending the Friday program and dinner, fully available to Track C and D participants. We encourage you to take advantage of these additional opportunities!

Lodging (on your own) is available – $99.00 +tax

Contact Radisson Hotel and identify 

WI Society of Emergency Services Instructors block –

Book early! –– Phone: 1-920-923-1440

QUESTIONS? COMMENTS? SUGGESTIONS?

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 920-235-5494


 ANNUAL INSTRUCTORS CONFERENCE

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