Fire Investigation Course September 22, 2018 offered by Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Mutual Aid

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Training Opportunity

Fundamentals of

Fire Investigations

Topic: Fundamentals of Fire Investigations

In this course the participants will be introduced to fire investigations through in-class theory and practical applications.

PPE Required: SCBA or PAPR, bunker gear or coveralls, gloves, saftey glasses and hard hat.

Participants: 25 Spots available. Preference will be given to officers and others directly involved in fire investigations.

Presenters: Clinton Debroy (Fire Inspector, City of Kingston), Kevin Duncan (Fire Prevention Officer, Greater Napanee).

When: September 22-23, 2018

Where: City of Kingston Regional Training Centre, 3 Terry Fox Drive

Time: Saturday (08:30hrs for registration)09:00hrs – 16:30hrs, Sunday 09:00hrs- 15:00hrs

Cost: $100.00 (includes continental breakfast (coffee, muffins…) paid at Door by Cheque or Cash. See registration form (below) for required information prior to the event.

Why Attend

NFPA 1033 “Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator”, requires requisite knowledge and skills be obtained in order to meet the 16 core competencies. This course is a great addition or supplement to obtaining the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform fire investigations.

Register Now!

Any questions, or to email your registration, please contact Clinton Debroy at cdebroy@cityofkingston.ca or phone at 613-548-4001 ext.