Wednesday, May 13
developing high performance
This class is designed to focus on thought processing, reaction, retention and arousal control. Utilizing techniques developed by the sporting industry, adapted to the military and law enforcement agencies, these techniques have been adapted specifically for the fire service in Developing High Performance.
This class runs 24 hours consecutively. Students should be prepare as if they are going on shift (pack as if you are going to a new station for 24 hours). Bring full PPE, your bedding, change of clothes, plenty of socks and undergarments, medications and any special needs that you may have. The effects of the class will be felt the next day. Do not make plans for 28 hours after the start of this class. It is recommended to pre-hydrate and get plenty of rest the day before class. Be prepared to go through technological withdrawal. The use of phones and computers will be strongly regulated, if not eliminated. The student/instructor ratio is 3:1 in group exercises and the 1:1 ratio on individual endeavors.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: Bunker gear, helmet, gloves, air pack, extra clothes, station bedding, shower materials
INSTRUCTOR: Ric Jorge is a 29-year veteran of the fire service, spending 24 years as a career firefighter in Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. He is a national and state certified instructor.