1.4 The term “Good Standing” shall mean a person who has paid the yearly association dues and is in adherence to the ISFSI Code of Ethics, as stated in Article X11, Section 12.1
7.13 PURCHASING/PAYMENTS All checks, drafts and orders for payment of money shall be signed in the name of the Association in such manner and by such officer or officers or such other person or persons as the Board of Directors shall from time to time designate for that purpose. The limit shall be $1500.00 per transaction, unless preapproved or a reoccurring payment.
9.1 MEMBER OUALIFICATIONS. Members shall be fire service instructors actively engaged in fire service instruction, and/or persons and firms interested in the fire service instructional field.
A) Fire service and/or EMS personnel actively engaged in the service or emergency medical instructional field or
B) Persons and firms interested in the fire service or emergency medical instructional field, or
C) Individuals who train and educate people regarding the EMS or fire service profession.
The Michigan Fire Service Instructors Association has established an annual educational scholarship grant program which is sponsored by various sponsors.
Awards will be made each year to a Michigan high school graduate to assist in
paying tuition at
an accredited Vocational/Technical School, a community college or a
four-year college or university. One grant in the amount of $500 will be made annually.
Each year we ask for nominations from our membership for the MFSIA Instructor of the Year. The nominees come from all five regions of Michigan and from this select group, the MFSIA
Instructor of the Year is selected. Winners are also selected as Regional Instructor of the Year.
Individuals receiving this award need not be a member of the MFSIA.This years Regional winners will also be awarded a years membership to MFSIA
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