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​RIT for Real - AM Session 8:30 to Noon
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RIT for Real
June 10, 2021
8:30 AM to Noon
It's Not Rocket Science
June 10, 2021
1 PM to 4:30
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This class is about the detailed lessons learned from realistic, hands-on, rapid intervention training. 400 firefighters were put to the test in stressful training environments that challenged everything they have ever been taught. Firefighters were challenged in their basic skills, officers challenged in critical decision-making, and crews were challenged in their efficiency, choreography, and coordination all under realistic stress. This class provides the best practices on how to increase the possibility of a successful rescue by paying attention to the details in our training approach to RIT. Seconds matter to the trapped firefighter. 

I'll show you how 400 firefighters from 16 departments learned how to shave valuable time by operating more efficiently. We will also discuss how to dump old habits that are setting you 
up for failure. This class is presented as best practices from lessons learned through 
training that does not occur enough in our fire service - realistic, elevated stress training. Attendees will learn how every detail of their preparation and training for a firefighter rescue makes a difference in the outcome.

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​It's Not Rocket Science - PM Session - 1 to 4:30 PM
You’re riding in the hot seat and need to make effective decisions when you arrive at the fire. More importantly, you better understand why you are doing what you are doing. We’re going to discuss fire behavior / dynamics, tactical considerations, spot-on size up, and your initial actions in those first 10 minutes. This is an interactive class that requires your participation in discussion and practice with developing your initial radio reports, follow up reports, initial action plan, and putting your plan to work. We will use videos and tactical simulations in this class to support real world decision-making.​
Paul Strong
​Paul Strong Bio
Paul Strong is a Battalion Chief with the Valley Regional Fire Authority in King County Washington. He has been an instructor/educator in the public and private sectors for over 26 years. Paul has served as a training officer, medical program specialist, haz mat technician, and a rope/dive rescue technician. He is also an adjunct instructor for the Washington State Fire Training Academy and former educator at the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. Paul’s focus in education is providing energetic programs that keep the audience engaged through interactive participation and thought provoking delivery. Paul has well over two decades of delivering effectual drill ground, classroom and conference programs to police, fire, and EMS personnel as well as private business leaders and industry workforce.