Free Continuing Medical Education
517 S. Division
Grand Rapids, MI
Courage To Be Safe
Honor Guard Training
Michigan Fire Fighter Training Council Presents:
MICHIGAN FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTORS ASSOCIATION
National Fire Academy’s
Leadership in Supervision: Creating Environments for Professional Growth (F0646)
This FREE two-day course presents the supervisor with the basic leadership skills and tools needed
to perform effectively in the fire and EMS environment. The course includes concepts related to a
successful transition to supervisory and leadership roles, including concepts of adaptive
leadership; change management; active followership; effective communication, including
difficult conversations and advocacy-inquiry based dialogue; ethics; authority; power;
decision-making; and active engagement through development of a personal plan.
This course has been adopted in Michigan, and all Instructor I participants who successfully
complete the course will be eligible to instruct the class in the future.
Application/Registration: An email with the students FEMA SID number must to be sent to MFSIA
Executive Vice-President Brian Blomstrom at email@example.com to be eligible for the
course; incomplete requests will not be added to the list of participants. The preferred method is
application using the NFA 75-a short form. The email or form must be provided, by email, no later
than December 1, 2019. Space is limited to 30 students. Student selection for the course is the
responsibility of the MFSIA, based upon receipt of the NFA Application and a determination of an
equal participation ratio from all areas of the State of Michigan - however, priority to fill the
class to required student numbers is also necessary.
Lunch/Lodging: Greenville has two hotels available for lodging; lunch is provided on Saturday,
courtesy of 1-800-BoardUp.
Paperwork Needed: Participants will need to bring the acceptance email and personalized NFA SID
in order to attend the class. If submitted, the NFA form will be returned to the student for final
review before being submitted to the NFA Instructor of Record. Students are encouraged to bring a
copy of their own pre-filled NFA form to the class as well.
January 18-19, 2020 (2 Day Course) 8am-5pm
Greenville Central Services Facility 1414 W. Chase Road
Greenville, Michigan 48838
Pre-registration due by: December 1, 2019
Complete/Submit an NFA Application or send an email
Contact: Brian Blomstrom
firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-835-2701
“We, the Fire Service Instructors of the State of Michigan, in order to secure the better
education, provided information, establish continuity, promote fire safety, form lasting bonds,
create a good atmosphere
and promote professionalism in the fire service, do establish the Michigan Fire Service Instructors
Association as a vehicle of service to the people of the State of Michigan.” - Preamble to the
Bylaws of the MFSIA
We are excited to meet your training needs in 2016! Happy Holidays!
Emergency Management and Homeland Security Training Center
Michigan State Police
Lansing, MI 48913
Michigan is looking for high qualified trainers to be trained to teach Traffic Incident Management to first responders and supporting operations. A new coordinated, multi-disciplinary training program developed through the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP2) has been deployed in Michigan and available for all first responders supporting Traffic Incident Management operations. The training puts firefighters, police, state and local departments of transportation, towing, medical personnel and other incident responders on the same page, leading to a safer, faster, integrated responder team. In Michigan the program will be known as Mi-TIME – Michigan Traffic Incident Management Effort.
Six injury crashes occur approximately every hour in Michigan, putting first responders potentially in harm’s way every day. Congestion from these incidents often generates secondary crashes, further increasing traveler delay and frustration. The longer incident responders remain at the scene, the greater the risk they, and the traveling public, face. Minimizing the time and resources required for incident clearance is essential to meeting our goals for safety and reliability.
This training can be taught in many different ways; participants can attend a 10‑hour intensive course, a four-hour modified version and single-lesson modules. Most states that have deployed this training are doing the 4 hours modified versions. The program has now been accepted in all 50 states, District of Columbian and Puerto Rico. The national program has had Michigan specific items added such as our laws and how to set up a taper.
Michigan had three train the trainer session in 2014 with over 2,000 first responder already trained in the Mi-TIME program. A 2015 Train the Trainer has been scheduled for all day August 18 and half a day August 19th. Please apply to be a trainer by filling out the application and returning to Angie Kremer at KremerA@michigan.gov. We are expecting the session to fill up so please submit your applications early. The TIM Action Team will be reviewing submitted applications. Any questions please contact Angie Kremer at KremerA@michigan.gov or 517-636-0247.
Applications can be found on the Mi-TIME website along with other Traffic Incident Management resources: www.michigan.gov/mi-timesafe
The National Fire Academy
made another 6-day course available for delivery by approved NFA instructors in the states. This is in addition to the numerous 2-day courses which are available for delivery in-state.
We added a six-day course to your Dashboard – Emergency Medical Services: Quality Management (O0158). See attached course description.
This 6-day course will provide the critical components, background and principles associated with the implementation, or enhancement, of a department's Quality Management Program. The course teaches students how to create, implement and maintain a Quality Management Program, including historical examples, current models and best practices of quality assurance and improvement, process improvement and data collection and analysis.
Throughout the course, students work on culminating activities relating to the development of a Quality Management Program. Students present the culminating activity with classmates and instructors at the end of the course, allowing students to take examples of Quality Management Programs to their departments.
Selection criteria: Individuals who have department-level Quality Management (Quality Assurance, Quality Improvement) management, oversight or supervisory responsibilities.
Delivery type: 6-Day Off-Campus
Prerequisites: ICS 00 level and ICS 200 level training. Preferred courses are Q462 and Q463 available through NFA Online at www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/courses/online.html. Chief's signature attests that the applicant has completed this required training.
ACE recommendation: There is no ACE Credit
Emergency Vehicle Driver Training Instructor Up Date Webinar for February