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Tag Archives: Partnering for Prevention
11-19-13 -- Want to learn how to more effectively address the different fire prevention and safety needs of your increasingly diverse customers despite severe budget constraints? In October FIRE 20/20, in partnership with FireRescue1.com Academy, launched the Partnering For … Read More >
The FREE online program teaches fire and emergency services personnel how to effectively engage their multicultural communities in sustainable, cost-effective prevention partnerships that bring free resources and increased commitment from the community. Learn more..
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Posted by: Fire 20/20 Tags: cultural competencies, Diversity, fire service, gay firefighters, Gen Y, Generation Y, inclusion, m, Partnering for Prevention, PFP, recruitment, retention, women Categories: Article, FIRE 20/20, Guest Columnist, Newsletter
Introducing our NEW FREE Online Training Program: Partnering For PreventionTM on FireRescue1.com Academy. This program is based on findings from two national research studies completed by FIRE 20/20 that show multicultural community leaders want to be more involved in community safety initiatives, but are seldom asked by their local fire departments.
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Posted by: Fire 20/20 Tags: Community, culture, Gen Y, Leadership, mentoring, multicultural communities, ONLINE Training Series, Partnering for Prevention Categories: Article, FIRE 20/20, Newsletter, Press Release
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FIRE 20/20's FREE resource, the Partnering For Prevention Online Training Program, now available on the FireRescue1 Training Academy, teaches fire service personnel how to start working with their multicultural community members as involved partners, not just customers in crisis
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04-01-13 -- By Larry Sagen Our country’s demographics are changing in urban, suburban and rural communities. Language and communications-related issues impact first responders ability to do their jobs in both emergency and non-emergency situations. FIRE 20/20’s Multicultural Health & Safety Research … Read More >