CITY OF ELY FIRE DEPARTMENT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FIREFIGHTER TRAINEE AND FIREFIGHTER AEMT/PARAMEDIC. Applications accepted until position is filled. Testing dates will be appointed after an application is submitted. Applications can be found at City of Ely Employment. Please email all applications to email@example.com. Please call (775) 289-6633 with any questions. Firefighter Trainee Minimum […]
Good evening NSFA members! Fire Shows West is coming up September 18-20th. If you are planning on attending, here are two ways you can lessen the cost. The NSFA has chosen to offer unused stipends from conference to those who would like to attend Fire Shows West. Applications must be turned in by August 8th. […]
On behalf of the NSFA Board we would like to thank Lee Engine Company- Elko Volunteer Fire Department for hosting, and you all for supporting the 88th Annual Conference this last week. We hope you enjoyed yourself in the Elko community, and were able to learn some skills from our amazing instructors that you can […]
The NSFA has been working with the Nevada State Fire Marshal’s Office to create a competition with the SCBA Maze. More details below!
Here is the 2023 training conference schedule! You still have time to register before late fees kick in. We can’t wait to see you in Elko!
We hope everyone is getting excited for conference! A reminder that the final day to reserve rooms at a discounted rate is 5/31/2023. A block of rooms and RV spots have been reserved at the Maverick Casino and the Gold Country Inn & Casino. To reserve a room please contact the following: Maverick Casino– (775) […]
Stress, First Aid & How To Effectively Regulate Your Nervous System The last few years have been filled with many stressors. This class will help you to identify stress reactions in yourself and others. It will offer a flexible evidence-based framework where you will identify your own strengths when it comes to managing stress, so […]
Using the P.A.C.E Model (Primary, Alternate, Contingency, and Emergency) A Strategic Assessment builds on our Situational Awareness and helps build and maintain the team’s Common Operating Picture (COP) when shared throughout the incident, including the crucial transition periods involving mobilization, operational planning, in briefing / shadow periods, transitions, and transfer of command. Once a new […]
As automobiles are ever changing, extrication techniques and technology must evolve with them. This 8-hour course aims to inform participants on the most up-to-date extrication methods on all types of vehicles. The first 4-hours will be spent in a class discussing best extrication practices on vehicles from “Prius’s to Peterbilt’s”. Followed by a 4-hour H.O.T […]
Command, Leadership, and Introduction to Chaos The course is designed to expand the knowledge of theory and framework for the concepts associated with Leadership in the Fire Service. Participants will review shortfalls that the traditional ICS model tries to employ on every incident and introduce alternatives concepts. There will be an introduction to the “Calm […]