Courses of Change

Jenaway, William
April 2004
Fire Chief;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p86
Trade Publication
Reports on the advances in firefighter training in the U.S. Involvement of the actual performance of the task during training; Need for the drills to be recorded and evaluations completed to ensure learning; Definition of training and competency programs and resources. INSET: CFAI TRAINING AND COMPETENCY.


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