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How to Master the Fire Department Testing Process!
Becoming a firefighter is not easy and if it was, everyone would be successful at getting hired. Unfortunately for everyone Firefighter who is hired, there are hundreds, if not thousands that are never hired. Instead of placing blame on others or being bitter, it is critical that the future firefighter takes responsibility for their career and takes control of their own destiny. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of locating firefighter exams and the character traits that fire departments are looking for. Steve will share the common mistakes that you can avoid during the hiring process. Attendees will also be exposed to the most common phases of the Firefighter hiring process, including what to expect in each of the phases, key points for success, and how to best prepare for each phase.

May 30, 2020 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Steve Prziborowski
Deputy Chief @Code 3 Fire Training & Education
Steve is a 28-year fire service veteran serving as a deputy chief in Northern California. He received the 2020 Ronny Jack Coleman Leadership Legacy Award from the Center for Public Safety Excellence, was named the 2008 California Fire Instructor of the year & has authored 3 books on entry-level & promotional fire service preparation. He is the founder of Code3FireTraining.com & is an international speaker who travels extensively providing sessions on leadership, career & officer development training & has also written 200+ articles on those topics he also passionately speaks about. He is an adjunct faculty member at the Chabot College Fire Technology Program in Hayward, CA. He has a sincere passion for helping others meet & exceed their goals, having had the opportunity to coach, mentor and train thousands of individuals over the years to assist others get hired & stay hired, get promoted & stay promoted & ultimately be the best they can for those they are fortunate to lead & serve!