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      October 26, 2019

      Saturday   8:00 AM

      128 South Greenwood Avenue
      Ware Shoals, South Carolina

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      Lakelands Fire Leadership Conference

      The Greenwood County Fire Service and the Ware Shoals Fire Department is proud to present the 1st Lakelands Training Conference.  We invite our neighboring departments from Greenwood, Abbeville, and Laurens Counties to join us for a great day of training.  There will be no charge for training.  Breakfast will begin at 8am and will cost $4 per person. Developing the Next Generation of Fire Service Leaders Professional development is the planned, progressive and lifelong process of education, training, self-development and experience that one gains during their development. In the fire service, professional development is a critical element of being a leader and a professional. When we step up to accept the responsibility of leadership, we also accept an obligation to continue our training, education, learning, personal experience and growth as we strive to improve our effectiveness. Professional development is an excellent tool for meeting that obligation. As fire service organizations, we must strive to provide continuing guidance to our most valuable resource, our personnel, through a carefully crafted professional development plan that meets the specific needs of the organization. This program will help students with a guide to developing themselves as well as the ability to develop an organizational professional development model for their department.   Learning Objectives 1. The student will be able to identify the components of training for each level in the fire service. 2. The student will be able to identify the components of education for each level of the fire service. 3. The student will understand the importance of experience in the professional development model. 4. The student will be able to define and understand the components and importance of self-development. 5. The student will be able to develop a professional development plan upon returning to their department. 6. The student will have a guideline model to utilize when developing their organizations professional development model. About Chief Kline: Douglas Cline, Chief of the Training and Professional Development Division with Horry County Fire Recue, a Metro Department with 700 Fire and Emergency Medical Personnel, serving a diverse population and 1252 square miles of jurisdiction. He is a Executive Editor for The Fire Officer and Executive Director for the Command Institute in Washington D.C. A 38-year fire and emergency services veteran as well as a well-known international speaker and instructor presenting dynamic power packed /high intensity programs on leadership, instructor development, officer development, fire ground tactics, rapid intervention team training and firefighter safety and survival. Cline is a highly published author of articles, blogs and textbooks for both Fire and EMS. As a Chief Officer, Cline is a distinguished authority of officer development and has traveled internationally delivering distinguished programs on leadership and officer development. He also has a diverse line of training videos on Leadership, Rapid Intervention Team Training, Vehicle Fires, Hose Line Management, Emergency Vehicle Operations and Fire Ground Safety and Survival. Cline, a retired Fire Chief, is a Level III Fire Instructor, National Fire Academy Instructor and an EMS Instructor. Chief Cline is the Immediate President of the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI), past President of the Southeastern Association of Fire Chiefs (SEAFC), a member of the South Carolina and North Carolina Society of Fire and Rescue Instructors. Cline serves as a National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) Advocate for Everyone Goes Home, served numerous year on the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Act Grant criteria development committee, Congressional Fire Service Institute (CFSI) National Advisory Committee, FDIC Advisory Board and a peer reviewer for the Fire Act Grants. In 1999, Cline was honored by the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) by being awarded the prestigious George D. Post International Instructor of the Year. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Services with a Minor in Education from Concord University. Chief Cline has been actively involved with the fire dynamics research conducted by ISFSI and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). As a Strategy and Tactics theorist he has worked to help translated the research data into cutting edge operational theories, methodologies instructional programs and fire ground tactical operations focused on the Modern Fire Environment. Chief Cline is the executive producer of Fire Engineering’s “Fire and Training Blog Talk Radio show and Fire Weekly’s “The Chief’s Trumpet”, the official Blog Talk Radio show for the “The Fire Officer”.

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