Northern Virginia Fire Rescue Leadership Development Institute "NVFR LDI"

Northern Virginia Fire Rescue Leadership Development Institute "NVFR LDI" Northern Virginia Fire & Rescue Leadership Development Institute (NVFR LDI) Offers Premier Learning Targeted at Advancing the Region's Elite Officers.

The Northern Virginia Fire and Rescue Leadership Development Institute (NVFR LDI) is an innovative residency-based curriculum that has been developed to address the particular leadership and management needs of the fire service. The institute is held annually in or around the Northern Virginia Region. This year The NVFR LDI will be hosting two distinctly separate programs geared towards targeting the leadership and management functions required for officers of the fire service. During the week the students will live on-campus, beginning the day early with physical training, attending lectures throughout the day, and working until late into the evening, completing assignments and conducting practical exercises to culminate their learning. These programs have been developed to empower fire officers with skills and abilities to enhance the leadership and management characteristics which they have already demonstrated in their own organizations. The programs are not intended to address remedial skill training; but rather to take emerging leaders to a new level of performance. The NVFR LDI contracts the highest quality nationally recognized leadership experts to deliver cutting edge leadership concepts. This program creates an environment that simulates the pressures and stresses that officers will encounter as they supervise personnel through high quality role-playing exercises that will give them the opportunity to put into practice the new skills that are presented. The NVFR LDI experience demands a candidate that has demonstrated a desire to improve their own performance as a strong leader. They are individuals that their department believes will become the future leaders of the organization. They are individuals that will embrace the opportunity to improve their leadership skills for the good of the organization. Candidates need to have a well-rounded and diverse background that can contribute to the classroom experience and ultimately will be a benefit to their department after graduation.

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Bicycle safety
05/28/2021
Bicycle safety

Bicycle safety

The Fort Belvoir Fire & emergency services and community risk reduction branch has brought you a bicycle safety video

Stafford Volunteer Fire Department
12/03/2020

Stafford Volunteer Fire Department

Here are the neighborhoods we'll be visiting by day, we'll do our best to follow the routes as shown while avoiding cul-de-sacs and creating traffic jams. We look to start each evening around 5:30pm and we'll go silent each night by 8pm regardless of how far we get.

11/30/2020
UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute

UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute

Now that Thanksgiving is over, communities are preparing for the Winter holiday season. Over the last few months, we have shown you just how fast fire can spread in your home leaving you with little time to escape. If your Christmas tree is to catch fire, that time may become even less.

Share this video with friends and family for a few holiday fire safety tips.

Aside from the seasonal reminders, make sure to:

- have working smoke alarms inside and outside every sleeping area
and on every level of the home

- practice your fire escape plans with holiday guests

- and always #CloseBeforeYouDoze.

Firehouse Expo
10/25/2020

Firehouse Expo

FIREHOUSE EXPO DIRECT UPDATE: In gratitude of the fire service’s work on the front lines of COVID-19, battling a very active wildfire season, and efforts each and every day in communities across the country, Endeavor Business Media (parent company of Firehouse Expo) and Firehouse magazine will be covering all conference programming costs associated with producing Firehouse Expo Direct so that we may continue to offer free attendance for the event this December. Click here to view the program: https://bit.ly/3mpP0eJ and save your spot now. Certificates of Attendance will be provided for all completed sessions. #FHEDirect #education #training #networking

10/08/2020

Visit to the fire station 466
FireMarshal Shinn & LT Leite #Fire prevention month

10/08/2020
Fort Belvoir Fire and Emergency Services

Fort Belvoir Fire and Emergency Services

Fire Marshal Shinn and Lt. Leite go over Engine 466 and display how a firefighter gets dressed for emergency responses.

#firesafey #fire #Fireprevention #Firefighting #Firedepartment #besafe #safetytips #healthandsafety #fireservice #Firesafetytips #Officesafety #ourcommunity

International Society of Fire Service Instructors
09/28/2020

International Society of Fire Service Instructors

#InstructorTipTuesday

"Look at your students when you're teaching. Voice projection and reading the audience happen when you're not talking to the screen or your feet."

- Marc Davidson

Sugarcreek Fire & Rescue
09/26/2020

Sugarcreek Fire & Rescue

Always do a 360 before your initial attack. The initial scene size-up was heavy smoke showing from the first floor. Lt. Michael Yoder was the officer on the first-in engine & did his job by the book. His 360 revealed vital information & allowed for key steps to be taken:

1. The 360 revealed that the house was 3 stories with a walkout basement on the Bravo side.
2. The seat of the fire was found to be in the basement.
3. The initial attack was made through a basement door allowing rapid & efficient application of the wet stuff on the red stuff. The fire was contained using the water on our engine & tanker (roughly used 1,500 out of 3,750 available gallons).
4. Rapid improvement in conditions allowed the recognition of utilization of wooden I-beams in the construction that had failed & that first floor integrity was completely compromised.

The key point here, in my opinion as Incident Command, was that the appropriate initial actions not only allowed for rapid extinguishment of a well advanced fire but also saved lives. Tunnel vision and deployment of the initial attack line through the front door on the Alpha side would have likely lead to disaster for the crew. Great job by Lt. Yoder, FF Kenny Schlabach, & FF Austin Weaver!

09/23/2020
Fire Department Chronicles

Fire Department Chronicles

The TeleEMS “Gas pedal test” 🚑: the test we never knew we needed.

Fort Belvoir Fire and Emergency Services
09/19/2020

Fort Belvoir Fire and Emergency Services

Live fire training cadre had an opportunity to get some sets and reps in our new facility as we prepare for upcoming department live fire training. #OneTeam #EverydayATrainingDay

Wes' Sister On Fire
09/14/2020

Wes' Sister On Fire

08/22/2020
NOVA Scanner

LDI’s leadership Battalion chief Justin Green is representing on my Live Rescue Loudoun county great work.

Video footage from tonights Live Rescue episode featuring a house fire in Aldie VA

08/13/2020
Fire Department Chronicles

Fire Department Chronicles

The Wall Street Journal said what about Firefighters and Paramedics?!?!

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