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Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services provides child passenger seat safety education and installation help for parents and caregivers one Saturday per month in 30 minute time blocks. Date, time and location are subject to change; please review our posted offerings. Registration and appointments are required. Register now or call 561-982-4070 for assistance.

 

Please bring your vehicle and car seat owner's manual, and come ready to invest in your family's safety.

 

  • Course Description: The Heartsaver AED Course teaches the basic techniques of adult, child, and infant CPR and use of an AED. Students also learn about using barrier devices in CPR and giving first aid for choking. This course is not intended for healthcare professionals.
  • Course Length: 3 hours
  • Intended Audience: All lay responders, such as firefighters, police, airline personnel, security guards, employees in the workplace, family members of patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death, other lay rescuers, and those who may have a need to respond to a cardiac emergency.
  • Student Materials: Heartsaver AED Workbook.
  • Card Type: Course Completion.
  • Written Skills/Exam: There is no written examination for this course. Student performance will be evaluated through CPR and AED based scenarios given after completion of adult, child, and infant skills presentation and practice sessions.

The Art of Reading Smoke by Deputy Chief Phil Jose

 

This is a two-day seminar, with the same material being delivered both days to accommodate even the busiest of schedules.

 

Through dynamic teaching and the use of fire-ground video, attendees will learn the skill of reading smoke. You will learn about the attributes of smoke including Volume, Velocity, Density, and Color. Explore how those attributes will indicate Fire Size, Fire Location, and Predict Fire Behavior. Your strategic and tactical decision-making will improve through this class. The course was originally developed by Chief Dave Dodson who selected Phil as an adjunct instructor for the Reading Smoke curriculum after teaching with Phil at FDIC.

 

Phil Jose is a Deputy Chief of Operations and Shift Commander in Seattle Fire Department with over 30 years’ experience. He has been teaching at major national conferences including FDIC since 2004. Phil is the co-author of “Air Management for the Fire Service”, Pennwell 2008 as well as other book and video products. Phil is the recipient of the FDIC Tom Brennan Training Achievement Award. He teaches nationally on Reading Smoke, Tactical Decision-making, Instructional Craftsmanship, and Air Management.

 

Dress Code: We respectfully request that all attendees wear their Department uniforms with a collared shirt or dress business casual.