Hosted by the Bentonville (AR) Fire Department
June 26-27, 2017 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
This program demonstrates how to coordinate a fire attack. After an interactive classroom session, it’s time to hit the street. Instructors will demonstrate what a coordinated fire attack looks like, built on a solid foundation including riding assignments, company responsibilities and strong command presence.Several fire ground scenarios will allow students to participate in true coordinated fire attack exercises. This program is appropriate for firefighters through chief officers!
Steve Schellenberg, Battalion Chief, (ret.) District of Columbia Fire-EMS
A third generation firefighter with the Washington DC FD, Steve served for over 28 years before retiring as a Battalion Fire Chief from the 6th Battalion. The 6th Battalion includes the White House, the Capitol and other national treasures. With 15 years of Engine Company experience at the ranks of private, technician and Lieutenant, five years of Truck Company experience at the ranks of Lieutenant and Captain and a year of experience in the Rescue Squad at the rank of Sergeant. He is a level II Instructor having served as an adjunct instructor to the Training Division. Steve chaired the Department’s Truck Company SOP’s committee and co-authored the PPV procedures for DCFD. He is a lead instructor for Task Force 1, Inc.
For additional information or to enroll contact: Captain Tyler Adair (479)271-3151