Montana State University

FSTS New Deal Training Summit!

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Click Here to Register! https://www.regonline.com/FSTSnewdealtrainingsummit

This training summit is geared towards firefighters, fire officers, chief officers, trustee board members, EMS, SAR and law enforcement, but we welcome anyone that is interested to attend. Tuition is $100 per person or $150 for 2 from the same agency or $200 for 3 from the same agency. It includes meals and handouts & direct billing is available via the registration link or by calling our office at 406-761-7885. The entire event takes place at Helena’s Red Lion Colonial Hotel. Lodging and travel will be at the expense of the attendee.

Friday April 25th starts out with speakers that investigated the Yarnell LODD fire that happened last summer in Arizona. Saturday starts with our keynote speaker Dr. Larry Iverson on Leading Effectively and Communicating. In the afternoon, is our breakout sessions that attendees will get session handouts at the event to choose to sit in on, as well as, have an opportunity to catch that breakout session at another time frame or even the next day. We plan to wrap up on Sunday the 27th at 3pm. The entire event takes place at Helena’s Red Lion Colonial Hotel. Lodging and travel will be at the expense of the attendee.

*Direct billing on request or you can select that option during registration with the above link.

New Deal Training Summit Schedule Here

More Information can be found here: Our Training Page

 

The Fire Services Training School (FSTS) is the state level agency charged with providing professional development for community fire and rescue services. For administrative purposes, the FSTS is attached to the Extension Service of Montana State University.


Mission
The mission of the FSTS is to build capacity in local governments for protecting the life safety of citizens, their property, the tax base and infrastructure from harm caused by unwanted fires, accidents, injuries, hazardous materials incidents and other emergencies.