2nd quarter 2016 Part 1 (1 ce)
General Orders 1-7, 7-6, 10-46
2nd quarter 2016 Part 2 (3 ce)
NIOSH Report LODD Boston Brownstone Fire
2nd quarter 2016 Part 3 (1 ce)
General Order 6-2, Part 2
1st quarter 2016 Part 1 (2 ce)
General Order 6-2, Kronos/TeleStaff Policies and Procedures
1st quarter 2016 Part 2 (1 ce)
1st quarter 2016 Part 3 (1 ce)
1st quarter 2016 Part 4 (1 ce)
FDNY Forcible Entry Handout
4th quarter 2015 Part 1 (1ce)
The Cleveland Fire Department is starting a Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Explorer Post. This will provide an opportunity for youth to learn about and experience some aspects of the career of firefighting. During Post meetings at the FTA or at Cleveland fire stations, youth may interact with members of the CFD. Boy Scouts of America regulations require that all registered adult leaders complete Youth Protection Training (YPT). The BSA encourages all adults who are not registered leaders, but who may participate in scouting activities at any level, to complete the training as well. Completion of YPT provides protection for the youth, for any adults who may interact with the youth, and for the City of Cleveland and the Cleveland Fire Department. For this reason, all members of the CFD are directed to successfully complete YPT as part of the 4th Q continuing education for 2015.
Youth protection training is an online, video-based training session. Periodically, the video will stop and members will answer questions to check for understanding and to reinforce important learning objectives. For this reason, no additional testing will be required after viewing the video.
You do not have to be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America to take Youth Protection training.
To take Youth Protection training, go to myscouting.org and create an account. You will receive an email notification with your account information, including a member ID/reference number.
From the portal, click “Home,” then “My Scouting” from the tabs at the top of the page. Scroll down to the middle of the page and click on “Take Youth Protection Training.” Upon completion, members shall print a certificate of completion and give it to the company/unit commander, who will then forward the certificates as a packet when all members have completed YPT. Your training will automatically be updated in the BSA records management system and associated with the member ID/reference number issued when you created the account.
4th quarter 2015 Part 2 (3 ce)
Recently Revised GOs/SOP20
4th quarter 2015 Part 3(1 ce)
There will be more Fire CE for 4th quarter.