May I have the envelope please....
 It is time to recognize all of the great work that is going on throughout the membership of the Fire & Life Safety Educators of Colorado.  The annual awards banquet will be held on Tuesday, November 18th at the Lamar Street Center (5889 Lamar Street, Arvada).  But, before we can hand out the awards, we first need to receive some nominations.  This year, we are awarding the Educator of the Year and the Program of the Year.  The nomination form can be submitted electronically, or downloaded and filled out by hand and mailed in.  Please be sure to limit your nominations to one award per nomination form.  

Please contact Sherrie Leeka with any questions about the nomination process.

The Great Colorado Fire Drill
The Fire & Life Safety Educators of Colorado is proud to announce the 1st annual Great Colorado Fire Drill in 2014. According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than 2,800 Americans die in fires every year. Of those deaths, 92% happen in the home. By creating, discussing and practicing your home emergency plan, you and your family will have a better chance of surviving a fire in your home.  For more information, go to www.greatcoloradofiredrill.org or watch our short video.


Call for Speakers for the 2015
Fire & Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies
The Fire & Life Safety Educators of Colorado (FLSEC), a 501c3 nonprofit organization, is presenting the 22nd Fire and Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies at the Estes Park Conference Center in Estes Park, Colorado, April 21-23, 2015.  This three-day conference will feature speakers from across the continent on a range of topics designed to empower life safety professionals and similarly-minded emergency responders and private industry leaders to become better risk reduction resources in our fields.  Although the conference is several months away, preparations are underway. The annual call for speakers is one step toward producing another vibrant and educational conference.

 

Our conference is more than fire safety and fire prevention (although those topics remain important).  We’re committed to injury and illness prevention, all-hazards community risk reduction, community resiliency, instructional methodology and program improvement.  The only limit to course topics is your imagination.  We’d like to invite you and your colleagues to propose programs for this conference.  We offer courses in two formats: 90-minute breakout sessions and 3-hour workshops.

 

Note that the proposals are due at the close of business on Sept. 10.  More details can be found on the information flyer and proposal form.


Please share this call for speakers with any of your colleagues who also share a commitment to community risk reduction and empowering others to have such an important impact on their communities.

 

If you have questions regarding whether a specific topic is appropriate, please email Einar Jensen.

 

Thanks for considering this request. Registration for attendees will begin January 1. Email Einar if you would like to be notified when attendee registration has opened.















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