Training Grants Available

September 2008
Fire Chief;Sep2008, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p17
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The article reports that TargetSafety Inc. and the Volunteer and Combination Officers Section of the International Association of Fire Chiefs was awarded $1.5 million training grants for volunteer and combination fire departments in the U.S. The grants will provide the agencies with six month of free access to TargetSafety's PreventionLink platform that include 15 hours of online firefighter training. It also includes Web-based tools that enable a fire chief to track all records of firefighters.


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