Indiana Fire

​Chaplains

  

Location

Life Church

612 N. High School Rd.Indianapolis, IN

(317) 222-5510   www.lifechurchindy.com


Conference Coordinator

Mike Donahue  

revdonahue@yahoo.com 

Information


Classes

All classes are two days in length.  Each class is certified and taught by certified CISM or Federation of Fire Chaplains trainers. Classes run from 9am - 4pm each day. There will be a continental breakfast, lunch and snacks provided both days.


Cost

The cost for the Essentials class is $ 125.00.  This covers materials, resources, class certificates along with lunch both days and snacks during all breaks. The Advanced Class will be $ 20. 





2018 Chaplains Conference

Payment Information


Payment can be made by check payable to: Indiana Fire Chaplains 


Mail payment to:

Indiana Fire Chaplains

c/o Mike Donahue

324 Highway 31

Sellersburg, IN 47172


Classes offered


Essentials of Fire Chaplaincy (Basic Level 100)

Two day class Taught by Doug Kizer, Jim Duncan, Tony Portell

The Essentials of Fire Chaplaincy is a 16 hour course introduced to the fire chaplaincy. The Essentials of Fire Chaplaincy is the basic level 100 course of fire chaplains, a foundational study upon which all other chaplaincy courses are built. The Essentials class is designed to train newly appointed fire chaplains, as well as veteran chaplains who need a refresher course to update their information and skills.


With this class you will also want to purchase the Federation of Fire Chaplains Manual.

The 3 ring binder notebook is $ 60.00.  An electronic version on flash drive is $ 30.00.


Advanced Chaplain Training

One day class on Tuesday, April 24th, taught by multiple leaders.
This one day course will equip chaplains in a number of vital areas in serving fire department personnel.


1.  How Chaplains serve their Department

This class will train chaplains in working with fire department personnel in understanding the role of chaplains and the many services chaplains provide to departments.


2.  Working with the Red Cross in Disasters

How Fire Department chaplains interact with the Red Cross in local disaster response.


3.  The Chief's Perspective

Local Indianapolis Fire Chief will provide insight on leading the fire department in the 21st century.  Where do chaplains interact and how can we serve from the Chief's perspective. 

4.  Chaplain's Roundtable

All of us have learned on the job through our experience.  These experiences are valuable learning tools not only for the chaplain involved but also for those who may face similar situations in the future.


Registration


Please fill-in the form or you can print a registration form below.

April 24-25th


Life Church, Indianapolis, IN


Printable Registration Form

Click to download and print this form to mail in your registration.

Registration deadline is: April 3rd