RECRUIT ACADEMY: A GUIDE TO PROCEDURES

03/01/2002
DO YOUR JOB AS A RECRUIT TRAINING OFFICER, PRODUCE THE BEST FIREFIGHTERS POSSIBLE, AND HAVE THE COURAGE TO NOT LET RECRUITS WHO WON'T BE GOOD FIREFIGHTERS GRADUATE.BY KATHERINE T. RIDENHOURThe recruit academy is about to begin. All the logistical needs appear to be in order. But, is everything really in order? What if a recruit is not meeting standards and has to be terminated? What if the termination leads to a lawsuit? Would you and your academy staff be protected? What about your department? It is in everyone's best interest, of course, to have every recruit emerge from the academy successful, competent, and fireground ready. The premise of this article is that this is your de...

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