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Mike Bryant

Mike Bryant


Deputy Chief Mike Bryant (ret.) – served the County of Los Angeles Fire Department and it’s 5 million residences for 34-years. He has held the ranks of firefighter/paramedic, firefighters specialist, fire prevention inspector, fire captain, training captain, training program developer, fire battalion chief, assistant chief. Chief Bryant now provides current and future fire service leaders the ability to expand their experience, knowledge, skill sets, and abilities through adult learning domains and environments. Chief Bryant’s style is passion driven with focus and purpose. His purpose is to convey executive, command, and management topics/situations through (leadership, emergency management, personnel management, training development, risk assessment, decision making, conflict resolution, policy development, and collaboration). He is always improving the adult learner with his pragmatic style of instruction. Chief Bryant is a Master Instructor through California State Fire Training. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Long Beach. He sits on the NFPA Technical Committee 1026; Standard for Incident Management Personnel and as a Program Developer for California State Fire Training. Over the last 10 years, Chief Bryant has been the incident commander on several dynamic “all hazard” type I emergency incidents.

November 2019

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