Firefighting

THE INSTRUCTOR’S GUIDE TO PROTECTING PRESENTATIONS

Issue 4 and Volume 159.

BY RANDY BROWN Computers have made it possible for the fire service instructor to create custom training programs to fit almost any need-word processing software, presentation software, spell check, and graphic software, with the ability to burn or copy these programs to share with other fire service professionals. Life is good! Or is it? Have you ever spent what seemed like countless hours of preparing, only to find all your hard work corrupt, the file could not be found, or you could not execute the software or program? Although forcible entry tools are useful in opening structural windows, they do not work well on computer windows. If any of these things have happened to you, you are not alone. The fact is that it has happened to all of us at one point or another. That’s why we make or burn copies and back up our data. Right? Wrong. However,…

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