Monday, December 29, 2014

22nd annual Fire & Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies

Registration is now open for the 22nd annual Fire & Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies (April 21-23, 2015). The early bird registration fee is $275 and lodging is only $79 per night at the host Rocky Mountain Park Inn in Estes Park, Colorado.

Why should you attend? Because…
  • You provide community risk reduction, fire prevention and/or injury prevention in your community.
  • You understand the connection between community wellness and community productivity.
  • You recognize the value of collaborating across boundaries with new partners.
  • Colorado offers an exceptional learning environment both in terms of physical beauty and in terms of the diversity of attendees.
  • You need Continuing Education Units for:
    • Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Specialist, Fire & Life Safety Educator or Fire Instructor
    • Fire Officer
    • EMT-B, EMT-I or EMT-P
    • Nursing
  • Networking with 200 life safety professionals from across the continent is beneficial.
  • This conference is dedicated to community risk reduction.
  • Your community faces challenges with long-term health care, wildland urban interface fires, falls and other risks.
  • You want to spend time with life safety professionals who are at the cutting edge of prevention programming, which influences operations and administration.
  • Prevention rocks.
  • At $275 (the early-bird rate), the value of this conference is hard to beat.
The details, registration form and scholarship form are in the brochure. Please share it with your circles of influence within your community and across boundaries: fire service, hospitals, health departments, coalitions, nonprofits, law enforcement, risk managers, schools, transportation safety, private sector, EMS, etc.

The Fire & Life Safety Educators of Colorado (FLSEC), a 501c3 non-profit, is a network of life safety professionals and other prevention-minded individuals who use education, engineering and enforcement to prevent fires, injuries, illnesses and property loss in their communities. We also collaborate for regional and statewide campaigns.

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