Blurring The Lines for a Realistic Fire Service

This article describes the tiered response program with different physical and training requirements based on an individual's participation level developed by Oconee, SC. This has led to a modular firefighter training program at the state-level in South Carolina.

  • Topics:
    • Recruitment2
    • Volunteer
    • Human Resources
    • Department Administration
    • Training, Capabilities & Competencies
    • Strategic Planning
    • State Legislation, Regulations
    • Retention
    • Recruitment
    • Learn & Develop
  • Resource Type:
    • Article
  • Organizational Author:
    • External
    • Volunteer Combination Officers Section

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