#1 Fire Assessment Center Online Training
Promoting on the Fire Department is a goal that many firefighters aspire to, but often don’t know where to start. If you want to promote to Fire Captain, Fire Lieutenant or Fire Battalion Chief, AspiringFireOfficers.com can help you achieve your goal. Set yourself apart from your competition and shorten your learning curve through focused Fire Assessment Center training.
Many aspiring officers who take a promotional test and fail to promote, rely solely on what they learn on the job. They don’t realize that what is commonly done in the station or on a call is not the complete picture and often does not even follow the department’s policies and procedures. It is difficult to establish a solid foundation of knowledge, skill and leadership actions without seeking outside resources.
AspiringFireOfficers.com provides videos along with written training to aspiring Fire Captain/Lieutenants and Fire Battalion Chiefs in 5 key areas:
Whether you work at a big city department, rural setting, or somewhere in between, you can benefit from a membership. Sign up now for an a la carte or discounted Full Access membership to all five sections. The sooner that you get unlimited access to hundreds of hours of content, the better you can integrate the information you learn into your routine.
Review the FREE fire officer and Battalion Chief training materials to see for yourself the quality of AFO Fire Officer online training materials. Learn about AFO’s approach to promotional training, and what makes it so effective. Read Testimonials from former AFO members. Search the FAQs for more information on questions such as:
Fire department promotional exams are predictable, but preparation takes hard work and time. If you want to learn how to integrate your knowledge into routines, how to avoid fail points, and where you can score valuable points that will set you apart from the competition, become a Captain/Lieutenant Member or Battalion Chief Member today.
Chief Fedak is a Battalion Chief with the Orange County Fire Authority. Due to state conflict of interest laws, the services provided by AFO may not be offered to current OCFA employees holding the rank of Battalion Chief or lower.