The class will be canceled and move to the fall of 2020
Company Officer NPFA 1021 – Fire Officer I & II
We do not teach the “one way of how to do it” like assessment center classes. We teach relevant processes in adapting to the attendee’s way of how it is done!
Program is designed to increase knowledge for the current and prospective company officers
Program Objectives: Leadership and Command of the Services: emergency, inspection, education, and investigation. Human Capital: health/safety, relationships, culture, administration, inclusion, and communication. Project Management: develop and implement change.
Our Goal to Increase Proficiency in the Skill and Ability to:
- Commit to mission, purpose, and our boss
- Lead your company and follow the lead
- Make decisions during chaos and calm
- Take risks appropriately
- Tactically: Run the play
- Care and Act: Everyone goes home
- Engage in conflicts and uncomfortable situations
- Communicate effectively to all on the team
- How to positively influence and make change
- Navigate efficiently through bureaucratic government
The interactive learning environment, with repetitive participation in simulations and scenarios; situations designed to command the fire, and lead the firehouse!
Register Now, you won’t find two better-experienced fire service leaders who will provide you with the necessary knowledge, skill sets and abilities to perform well on your next promotional exam and be a more effective Company Officer!
Assistant Chief Tom Siragusa (ret.) San Francisco Fire Dept.
Chief Siragusa is a 42-year veteran of the fire service and recently retired from SFFD. He began his career as a firefighter in 1976 with the CA. Dept. of Forestry in Middletown Ca. He spent most of his career with SFFD in the South Market & Mission Districts as an Assistant Chief. He served as the Deputy Chief Ops from July 2011 to Feb. 2012. He is a Ca. State certified fire instructor and chief officer.
Deputy Chief John B. Tripp (ret.) County of Los Angeles Fire Department
Chief Tripp is a 38-year veteran of the fire service. He began his career with the USAF as a firefighter and achieved the position of crew chief. He served with LACOFD for 33- years from the rank of firefighter up to the rank of Chief Deputy of Emergency Operations. Chief Tripp is a type II IC, PCS, DIVS and a former TFL of CA-TF2.