Chief 101: Executing Your Leadership Role

The CFCA, in partnership with the IAFC, has launched a new online chief-level course, Chief 101. This course is designed to help fire chiefs in volunteer fire departments effectively execute the roles and responsibilities of a leadership position. The course will take up to two hours to complete and includes interactive quizzes and videos on topics such as:

  • Understanding and balancing your responsibilities
  • Supervising your team
  • Overseeing the department
  • Managing the budget

This course is designed for chief-level officers, so please share it with your fire service colleagues.

Create or log into your IAFC Academy/Helix account to find Chief 101 and other Volunteer Workforce Solutions training coming soon. There's no fee for an account or the Chief 101 online training.

If you have any questions, please contact Adam D’Agostino via email or by phone at 703-896-4822 or Chief Fred Dudek via email


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