The Art of Go/No-Go
The Art of go/No-Go
February 26, 2020
9:00AM - 4:00PM
$100 per RAFT Member
$150 per Nonmember
Troy Fire & Police Training Center
4850 John R Road
Troy, MI 48085
Breakfast and Lunch Provided
The toughest and most critical decisions you make in your career typically revolve around committing to an interior attack or choosing another route. Seasoned officers know the difference between “We can get it” and “ It’s lost”. You should too..
Utilizing a simple framework that allows you to build on your experiences, and those of others, you can develop an intuitive approach that grows with you throughout your career. This is not a magic class and no one becomes a great decision maker by attending a few classes and watching a few videos. The goal is to create a framework of 3 varying profiles: Rescue, Building, and Fire. These profiles allow you to keep focused on your decisions and give you the ability to draw on what you’ve learned and react to changes in the dynamic fire environment.
Captain Mike Gagliano
Seattle Fire Department (Retired)
With over 30 years of fire/crash/rescue experi- ence with the Seattle Fire Dept. and U.S. Air Force, Captain Gagliano has written numerous fire service articles, is co-author of the bestselling books Air Management for the Fire Service, Challenges of Firefighter marriage and the SCBA chapter of the Handbook for Firefighter 1 & 2 from Pennwell.
He is a member of the Fire Engineering/FDIC Advisory Board, a Director for the Firesmoke Coalition (Firesmoke.org), he is on the advisory board of the UL-Firefighter Safety and Research Institute and teaches across the country on Air Manage- ment, Fireground Tactics, Leadership and Company Officer Development.
Mike cohosts the popular Fire Engineering radio webcast “The Mikey G and Mikey D show” and partners with his wife Anne (Firelife.com) to teach on strategies for developing and maintain- ing a strong marriage/family.