Thursday, March 17, 2016

23rd annual Fire & Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies

Registration is now open for the 23rd annual Fire & Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies (April 26-28, 2016). The early bird registration fee is $375 and lodging is only $149 per night at the host Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Why should you attend? Because…
  • You provide community risk reduction, fire prevention and/or injury prevention in your community or business.
  • 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
    • Child Passenger Safety Technicians
  • Networking with 250 life safety professionals from across the continent is beneficial.
  • Your community faces challenges with long-term health care, marijuana use, 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.
  • At $375 (the early-bird rate), the value of this conference is hard to beat.
  • Prevention rocks.
The details including registration and scholarship information can be found at http://firesafetyeducators.org/conference-in-the-rockies. 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.

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