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Tilton-Northfield Fire Department-Park Street Station, Northfield
LRMFA Training Division is happy to announce we have partnered with Fire Department Support Systems (FDSS) to bring real life-scenario based fire pump operations training to the Lakes Region Mutual Fire Aid System.
This is a total hands on training program, therefore it is necessary to limit enrollment to 11 participants per day. You need only attend one of the days. Your actual time at the pump panel receiving 1 on 1 instruction is approximately 45 minutes. Excellent training without taking your entire day!
Students will be arranged in groups of 3 or 4 and assigned training times. Students are welcome and encouraged to bring the engine you operate in your department. This is the best training experience.
Class days run from 0800-1700 hours. Each student will only need to be present for their individual training time.
An Engine will be provided for those student unable to bring one from their department.
Cost is $110.00 per/student for LRMFA Members. $175.00 for Non-LRMFA Members. LRMFA Members have priority in enrollment.

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Contact for this class is:

DC John Beland, LRMFA
Office: 603.528.9111
Cell# 603.455.8915
NHFA Basic Pump Operator Course
April 29 & 30 2017 Holderness Fire Department
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LRMFA Firefighter Development Seminar Series
March 28, 2017 Campton-Thornton Fire Department
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** Campton-Thornton Fire Department will provide a free dinner for class participants at 1730 hours. Class begins at 1830 hours.

Preregistration is required.
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The Dispatcher's Role in Active Shooter Incidents
March 22, 2017
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The Dispatcher's Role in Active Shooter Incidents
March 23, 2017
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LRMFA Training Division - Fireground Development Seminar Series
Presented by: Billy Greenwood FETC Services
The LRMFA Training Division is pleased to announce it has partnered with FETC Services for delivery of quarterly Fireground Development Seminars. These seminars replace the LRMFA Company Officer Development monthly programs held in previous years. Please click the links below for information on these great programs.

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NHFA Firefighter II Course
Raymond S Burton Training Facility Bethlehem NH March 15 2017
Click on the link below for schedule and registraion details

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