New leadership training track launched by NVFC in virtual classroom

January 25, 2024

The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) has introduced a new leadership training track in their Virtual Classroom, aimed at fire and EMS department leaders.

The course, comprising ten meticulously designed modules, is geared towards enhancing the leadership qualities and effectiveness of fire and emergency services personnel.

Comprehensive training for emergency service leaders

This new educational offering by the NVFC is a comprehensive program that includes ten courses.

Each module is led by subject matter experts and covers a range of essential leadership topics.

The courses include “Finding the Leader Within,” “Volunteer Fire Service Culture: Essential Strategies for Success,” “The Role of Leadership,” and “Leadership for the Fire and Emergency Services,” among others.

The program is estimated to take around 10 hours to complete and is designed to be flexible, allowing participants to progress at their own pace.

Accessibility and registration details

The Leadership Track is accessible to all fire and emergency services personnel free of charge until February 29.

After this period, non-NVFC members can enroll for a fee of $21.

NVFC members have free access to this training as part of their membership benefits.

Completion of the course provides attendees with a certificate for each module and a final certificate upon finishing the entire track.

About the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC)

The NVFC is a leading nonprofit membership association representing the interests of the volunteer fire, EMS, and rescue services.

The Council acts as a voice for volunteers on a national level and provides critical resources, programs, education, and advocacy for first responders across the nation.

FSJA Comment

The NVFC’s new leadership training track is a substantial development in the continuous education of fire and emergency service leaders.

By offering a comprehensive and flexible training program, the NVFC is addressing the evolving needs of leaders in this critical sector.

The courses cover a wide range of topics, ensuring that participants receive a well-rounded education in leadership.

This initiative has the potential to enhance the overall effectiveness and efficiency of fire and emergency services.

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