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Thanks Randy! That's a nice looking truck.
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Great pics and videos man. Awsome set up and got to like them Rams.
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Nice videos of the light shows .
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I am volunteering and start Tuesday! I will have classes every Tuesday for 3 hours. This way they (GA) is paying for my certifications. I will keep you posted. This is a dream of mine to be a firefighter, I am so stoked (yes, once lived in CA)!
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That's great IcoverU. You have a lot to learn. Some of the things you'll learn will seem useless so just go with the flow and others are extremely important. A lot of the skills they'll show you are tradition and while you might never use them on a emergency/fire, it's something you should experience.

I don't know how the guys are up there since it's a volunteer dept but down here in my dept it's a rough crowd of jokers and pranksters with very little concern for others feelings lol. They look for any little weakness and attack like a pack of wild animals. But you get used to it after a while.

The more you learn and practice, the better off you'll be. They'll probably teach you this but the most important thing to remember is that "You are #1 before any patient or victim." While we take risks, they are calculated risks and not just outright unthought of actions. You might want to save or help someone in trouble, but not at your expense. If you go down, now there's two people in danger.

That's me, the baldy in the front. We were practicing for graduation. Our training was 8 months, Monday thru Friday, 7am-5pm.



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Training is only 8 months? I have been wanting to do this for a long long time but motherhood, wife-hood took place prior. Scott's always gone so for me to try and get any kind of schooling or training with 2 girls at home is difficult. This way I can get my foot in the door and hopefully progress from there after he gets back from Afghanistan.
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[QUOTE]=ICOVERU;144911]Training is only 8 months?[QUOTE]

That was only the fire training part. I had already done all the medical certifications on my own before getting hired while I worked on a private ambulance company.
1. First Responder (very basic first aid) was about a month long if I remember.
2. Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) was a semester (3-4 months)
3. Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) was about 2 years in total with the pre-reqs.

That's the order Florida requires to be a medic. We don't have EMT-I down here, which is between EMT-B and paramedic.

Not to mention:
ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support Cert
CPR/AED - Cardio pulmonary resucitation / Automated External Defibrillator
ACS - Acute Coronary Syndrome Class
AAM - Advanced Airway Management Class
PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support

And I still have to take
ASLS - Advanced Stroke Life Support Class
PHTLS - Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support Class

It seems like every year there's another new class they come up with. Good thing is it's part of the department training so we get it for free.
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I cannot tell you how absolutely excited I am about this! What advice would you offer someone with no insight into this industry, looking to come in? What would you have done differently? I am no longer a spring chicken but I am very physically fit and determined to learn and advance.
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