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MEET SVFD NEW FIREFIGHTER, KAYNE SCROOP
SVFD has hired 14 new Firefighters to the SVFD Team. Recruit training began Tuesday, September 3 at the Fire Training Center and will run for 15 weeks.
Kayne Scroop is the last of our new recruits. Only one more week to go. You’ve made it to the final few weeks of training!
Kayne is unique, he was in the Australian Army! He also was a volunteer for the Airway Heights Fire Department and worked at AMR.
Kayne’s Trade School experience gave him a unique skillset in aircraft mechanics. He can fix most aircraft!
His has fire service training and certifications in:
- FF I
- Hazmat Ops and Awareness
Kayne is a recent Australian immigrant and we are very excited to have him bring his unique skills and talent to the SVFD.
He enjoys most sports and has been a personal trainer which will help with all those heavy equipment needs as a Firefighter.
These last few weeks Kayne will be training in flammable liquids, search building, fuel truck prop, burning building, EMS, Pit Crew CPR, and getting ready to graduate!
Kayne, we thank you for your years of service with the Australian Army.
And, we wish you the very best these last few weeks of your Recruit Academy.
All recruits will have to pass multiple exams throughout the training on skills learned. After graduation, crews will be rotated through different station assignments and will be on probation for 1 year.
Did you Know?
- You can sign up for a station tour. Great for small groups.
- You should replace the batteries in your smoke alarms twice a year.
- Creating a defensible space with regards to wildfires could just save your home or property.
- We have Friends & Family CPR classes every month.
- Julie Happy