Your level of professionalism should not be measured by how many emergencies you respond to,
rather it should be measured by your preparation to execute at the emergencies you do respond to.
Critical thinking is a key part of this preparation.
Critical thinking happens when you participate in active conversation. Keeping this in mind, our classes are
presented in a way that encourage attendees to actively participate,
creating a diversified learning environment.
Together, we cover a variety of topics from multiple perspectives and expertise levels.
• Leading at High-Risk Fires and Emergencies
• The Role of the Company Officer
• Developing Company-based Trainings
• Navigate Uncertainty to Improve Performance
Three Ways To Train:
• In-person at Conway Shield
• On-site at your department
• Via web portal
Any Guided Discussion can be customized to the specific needs of your department or agency.
Contact our Lead Instructor Brian Mcnulty at [email protected] for more information.