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1. Quick Presentation Skills Tip

2.  Entry Level Skills Tip  

3.  Robs Corner

4.  Promotional Level Skills Tip
     (Entry level should read this too)

5.  New Badges

6.  Humor

7.  Resource Websites for Candidates

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1.      Quick Presentation Skills Tip
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Confused on Which Path to Take?

In addition to your program, I also have another book on oral boards.  Iím not sure if you are familiar with this book but the entire book is examples of scenario questions that could be asked during an interview.  Most, if not all of the answers are extraordinarily complex even if this is "fantasy world" the answers seem to be in stark contrast to what I interpret as your instructions on answering questions.  Any clarification in regards to how much info is too much would be appreciated.  Jim

Youíve made a good observation that will be critical in your success.  You get to choose which path will work best for you.  Yes Iím aware of the book.  The book is beyond overkill.  There are many books out there that will give you suggested answers.  Often candidates will use these questions word for word right out of those books.  Raters can often tell the answers from these books by the second question and they make you look like ďClonesĒ You want to keep it simple, right? 

If so, put the book aside or it will confuse you.  Check these out on how others were using these books:

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 Drum Roll Please.  Three, count them, three job offers in two days!

Subject: Thanks!

Captain Bob, I wanted to take a few minutes to thank you and tell you my success story using your program.  I had just earned my paramedic cert and was looking for a job with a department that would put me through the fire academy.  I had some experience as a volunteer fire fighter but no formal training.  I applied to every English speaking fire department within a 300 mile radius that would consider me without a fire cert. and was had no idea of what to expect from the testing process. 

As I went online to research how I should prepare myself I found your website and bought your gold package.  I had already taken a few written and physical tests and had done well.  I can honestly say that I had no idea what to expect from the rest of the hiring process.  When I got your CDís in the mail I was only a few days from taking the B-PAD and oral boards with the top three departments that I was interested in.  I listened to them and bought a tape recorder.  I ACTUALLY USED THE TAPE RECORDER!  The department that was my #1 choice gave me a conditional job offer and I accepted.  That afternoon I received a letter from my #2 choice inviting me to advance in their testing process and I had to decline. And the next day my #3 choice called to set up a Chiefís interview and I had to decline.  As I read your online book and listened to your CDís I was amazed at the number of things that I made mental notes of that I would have completely blown if I did not have your help.  I am certain that I would have spent years testing if it was not for your program.  Instead it took about 6 weeks and I now have the badge.  What a great feeling.

Thanks, Robby
 
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2.      Entry Level Skills Tip 
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Experts

I have a couple of oral questions for you. I have the gold package that I have been studying over and over, tape recorder, etc. One problem is that my voice keeps sounding monotone and I can't seem to shake that, except when I tell my "why do I want to be a firefighter story" then it sounds ok.

Reply: Continue to use the hand held recorder.  Apply that energy from the "why do I want to be a firefighter story" answer to your others.  Check this out: http://www.eatstress.com/captain_bob_recorder.htm 

My other question is this; I have an oral next week with a small dept. here. The odds are great, about 90 candidates for 18 positions. I want to stand out. I have met a captain with the dept. who has been helping me prepare.
 
My problem is that Capt. Bob always says that when a question is related to stealing, drugs, alcohol etc. there is a simple answer zero tolerance "take it to the captain" and don't make it a soap opera. But my new friend who is also on one of the oral boards says that he wants me to "think outside of the box" and say I would try to get him counseling for his problem.
 
This is his opinion but he is on the board, so Iím not sure how to answer. He said that everyone will give the same standard "drone answer" and he wants more.
 
Any suggestions?

Reply: Then you get to make a choice on what answer you want to use.  Everyone seems to become an expert once they get hired. He might want to hear that answer but will the other raters? For that type of scenario question you want to verify what you suspect, and if true take it to the captain.  Itís not your job to get him to counseling.  That indeed is creating a soap opera.

Why do you want to take it up to your officer?  For stealing or any of the other scenario ethical situations, are they tolerated, against the law, violation of department policy?  Yes.  Remember the oral board is Fantasyland.  You might do something different in real life but not here.  Just follow the yellow brick road and donít look behind the current.

The biggest issue here is the violation of public trust.  Your officer will decide what action and direction to take.

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This just in on experts:

Subject: Another Badge

I used the right nuggets that I practiced for over a year and kept the "expert advice" as simply that....

Captain Bob!
 
Last year I interviewed for a badge. And unfortunately I was passed over. I purchased And unfortunately I was passed over. I purchased your program: http://www.eatstress.com/special_offer.htm and religiously practiced and put my story together. I made friends with a tremendous amount of people on the department while going though the process. When it came time to interview again for the next academy everyone and their brother wanted to give me advice and set me up on mock interviews. I did too many interviews and took in too much information. I picked up some key things to focus on that were department specific and threw the rest of the stuff out! I used the right nuggets that I practiced for over a year and kept the "expert advice" as simply that.... advice.  Last week I got a call from the Chief and got the badge!
 
Thanks a lot for all the help. My friends will be purchasing your material when itís their turn to get an interview. Thanks again!  Gabe



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 3.     Robs Corner 
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Game Day

So the big day is upon you, the day youíve been waiting for and dreading at the same time. Youíve woken up in the middle of the night thinking youíre late, or youíre on time, but naked. Yes, itís the day of your oral interview.

You have done everything you could think of to get ready for this day, and stressed that you havenít done enough. Lets make sure we donít make any little mistakes.

Whether this is your interview to be THE chief of L.A. city fire, or your fist interview to be a volunteer for Petticoat Junction Fire Dept, youíre going to be nervous. This can cause you to make little silly mistakes that could throw you off your rhythm. I remember before going on a big trip, I couldnít get my car to start. I called a tow. The driver took about 30 seconds to find Iíd left it in drive when I parked. I was a shaking mess when he got there, I was sure my trip was ruined.

You can do some things to keep this kind of thing from happening to you. Plan ahead. Do what my kids call build the man. In other words put out all of your clothes on the bed and make sure you have shoes and a belt that match, dark socks, etc.

If youíve never been to where the interview is, drive by. Find out where to park, see if there might be traffic problems at that time of day. If itís far enough away, getting a hotel room nearby is a good investment.

If your interview is on Wednesday, donít do any practicing after 5:00pm on Tuesday. Youíre not going to get any better, and you want to give your brain a chance to re-charge. You can go over everything one time on the drive in.

If you have time before you get dressed, get a good walk in. Youíve been making adrenaline all night, and thatís a good way to get rid of it, and clear your head. And speaking of stimulants, NO COFFEE before the interview, itís like pouring lighter fluid on a roaring camp fire, you wonít fall asleep, I promise.

I like to take a book or magazine with me to wait for my interview. Ask the person you check in with, if itís all right. When we give an oral interview, we are required by law to run half an hour late (just kidding). Itís nice to have something to divert your attention a little. Itís better than sitting there sweating, looking at the other people sweating, who are watching you sweat.

Before they call you, go into the bathroom and make sure thereís no spinach between your teeth, your tie is right, make sure your pants are zipped up and your hair looks good.

Hopefully if you can avoid any little mistakes in the days just before your interview, you can go in show them the real you, not the frazzled guy whose alarm didnít go off this morning.


Where ever you might be stuck in the hiring process from the written or video testing, physical agility CPAT, oral interview, psych interview, background, polygraph, or medical, you can find new powerful information on Captain Robís new web site here:  www.myfireinterview.com

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 4.     Promotional Level Skills Tip
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Showtime!

One of the major objectives in the promotional process to convince the interview board that you can do the job before you get it!  Through your signature stories you can demonstrate your qualification experiences.  Your stories demonstrate you not only know the answer to the question, you have already lived it!  Few things carry more weight than saying, "It has been my experience," followed by your story. 

Donít hold back here because itís ďSHOWTIME!Ē  You are auditioning for the part to be an officer, engineer, or inspector.  Just like a part in a play, you have to have your lines down for the part.  This is your only shot.  Itís the bright lights of Broadway.  Itís ďSHOWTIME!Ē  The curtain is going up.  Put on your top hat, grab your cane and step it out. Hit it!

We went to a matinee play in San Francisco. There was a fraction of the audience this theater could accommodate. You would have never known it by what took place on stage. During intermission I spotted two of the lead actors. I told them although the audience was sparse the cast wasnít. The energy and enthusiasm were fantastic, as if they were
playing to a packed house. These were professionals. They thanked me for noticing.

Consider doing the same thing going into your oral boards. The door opens and they call you in. The curtain is going up, itís the bright lights of Broadway. Itís show time.
 

Youíre not floundering trying to remember the lines for your part. Being embarrassed by stage fright that causes you to forget your best stuff, as your mouth goes dryer than the Sahara Desert. Visualizing the tones are dropping and on your going on your first call in your new position. Everything you have worked for is on the line. Youíre auditioning for the part to be a fire officer. You have practiced and rehearsed for this part, havenít you? You know all the lines for your part donít you?

The raters pick up on your energy and enthusiasm as we did at the play and theyíre saying in their minds, bravo, bravo, we have been waiting for this all week. Theyíre starting to smile. Throwing you lines that you adlib to enhance your performance. Nothing has stumped you. You know youíre going to make the cut for the call back. You have never had an interview like this. The hairs start standing up on the back of your neck and the raters too. You walk off stage knowing you nailed it!

Subject: Test Results

Captain Bob, Well I am once again living proof that your program works. As you remember 4 years ago I used your program and ended up 2nd on the Ltís test and got promoted. Recently I contacted you in regards to preparing for the Captains test. I used the CD I had as well as your updated info you sent me and guess what? I am #1 on the Captains list!! Thank you yet again for all your help. Your information and instruction is spot on. I will be interviewing for the position the week of July 21st. I am using your package to prepare for that as well. I will let you know how this turns out but armed with your information I am confident of the outcome! Thank you again for everything! Everyone trying to promote needs you in their corner!

 Respectfully,Lt. Mike Staats

Norfolk Fire Rescue

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I just wanted to again thank you for all your time and efforts in helping me with the oral interview process. My interview went great, I could not have planned it any better. I just turned 21 and only had taken a few tests.  The other day Monday June 30th in the afternoon I received a call from the Chief and was offered a full time position. I start July 21st and will be sworn in next week!!! I could not have done this without your programs and guidance. Thank you again for everything.  Firefighter Neil Kaptein

Three, count them, three job offers in two days!

Subject: Thanks!

Captain Bob, I wanted to take a few minutes to thank you and tell you my success story using your program.  I had just earned my paramedic cert and was looking for a job with a department that would put me through the fire academy.  I had some experience as a volunteer fire fighter but no formal training.  I applied to every English speaking fire department within a 300 mile radius that would consider me without a fire cert. and was had no idea of what to expect from the testing process. 

As I went online to research how I should prepare myself I found your website and bought your gold package.  I had already taken a few written and physical tests and had done well.  I can honestly say that I had no idea what to expect from the rest of the hiring process.  When I got your CDís in the mail I was only a few days from taking the B-PAD and oral boards with the top three departments that I was interested in.  I listened to them and bought a tape recorder.  I ACTUALLY USED THE TAPE RECORDER!  The department that was my #1 choice gave me a conditional job offer and I accepted.  That afternoon I received a letter from my #2 choice inviting me to advance in their testing process and I had to decline. And the next day my #3 choice called to set up a Chiefís interview and I had to decline.  As I read your online book and listened to your CDís I was amazed at the number of things that I made mental notes of that I would have completely blown if I did not have your help.  I am certain that I would have spent years testing if it was not for your program.  Instead it took about 6 weeks and I now have the badge.  What a great feeling.

Thanks, Robby

Hey CaptBob,
I saw you posted and just wanted to shoot you a quick thank you note. I bought your program used all the information you provided. But I must admit that your son Rob's oral coaching (which you pretty much insisted I get was priceless. Where did it all get me? #2 on the list for Austin Texas out of 169 interviews and over 2,100 initial applicants. Just waiting for the final list to be posted in a few weeks... the Academy starts mid-August... and I suspect my life will never be the same again after my first day! :-) (I work in staffing and recruiting for call centers now!) Anyway, I just wanted to personally thank you. I read quite a few thank-you notes to you in the past when I was considering buying your program and always dreamed that hopefully I could one day write you a thank you note as well. Now I am.

Warmest regards, Rob

Subject: Re: HIRED FIRST TRY

Captain Bob,

 

I wanted to take the time to write a testimonial to you and hope it can help in some way. I was informed on Wednesday the 2nd of July that I was selected as a Fire Fighter EMT for Prince William County, Virginia. I have a uniform fitting on the 8th of July, a banquet for new recruits on the 17th, and my first day is July 21st. Thank you, for your help!

To all the readers who are considering purchasing this program from Captain Bob and his son I would like to tell you a short story. I had been searching the internet for tips on how to prepare for my upcoming interview and polygraph. I was nervous because this was my first time applying to a fire department ever! I saw his web site and read some testimonials here and there and was skeptical in purchasing the package. As time grew closer to my interview my desire to become a firefighter told me to try his EBOOK and advice. So, I purchased his EBOOK and waited for the email to arrive. Well, it did not arrive that night, as it was suppose to. That night I sent Captain Bob and email stating I did not receive the EBOOK. To my surprise the next day I received a personal phone call from Captain Bob himself making sure I received the book via email while he was on the phone with me so I could began preparing for the interview. I admit, I was surprised to hear from him personally! Not only did he take the time to make sure I received the book, but he took the time to coach me right than and there. I knew from the moment he started talking to me he was an expert at what he does, in other words the real deal. His advice...Get a tape recorder! My advice to you, take his advice and get a tape recorder.... It works wonders. I interviewed for two different fire departments in Virginia (again first interviews ever) and I was told I had one of the highest scores on both interviews. I also was hired by the fire department of my choice! Did this book and coaching advice help me? Without a doubt.. My tape recorder went wherever I went and sure enough on the day of the interview I was nervous up until the first question was asked. I was so prepared that I all my butterflies went away and knew I was ready to put on a great performance.

 Purchase this program as soon as possible, it is your career, not just a job! If you are someone like me, who was traveling out of state to interview...price should not be an option. Take my word for it, I was hired on my first try and NO I am not a paramedic!

Thank you, Captain Bob

 

Subject: I got a BADGE!!!

Captain Bob,
 
I just wanted to write to thank you for the site and all the info you've put together. I tested twice for a local all-career department, and made it to the interview both times. Both times, I was the youngest candidate by at least 4 years in the entire process, and the youngest by 6 or 7 years in the interview round, at 19 and 20 years old. The first time around, I was extremely nervous, and it showed... I didn't get the badge. The second time, someone recommended your program, but I couldn't afford it at the time, so I used your site and the questions it used, and most of all, I used my computer to record me answering questions. I felt much more comfortable in the second round, and thought I had a much better chance of getting the badge, but I didn't...Or so I thought. They recently re-opened testing, and once again I applied. This time around, I was going to be more prepared. I was set to order the gold package last Friday, June 27. However, I didn't get the chance to, because the Chief of this Department called me that morning, offering me a job, which I accepted. I honestly believe that without the tips you provided on your site that I would not be a professional firefighter right now! Thank you!
 
Jared Bowden
Bucksport, Me
City of Bangor Fire Dept
 
PS- I have recommended your gold program to all of my friends...(we all just graduated with Assoc. Deg. in Fire Science) Thank you again!

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 6.     Humor

You might be on a redneck fire department if...

Your department has ever had two emergency vehicles pulled over for drag racing on the way to the scene.

You have naked lady mud flaps on your pumper.

Your firehouse has wheels.

You've ever gotten back and found out you locked yourselves out of the firehouse.

Fire training consists of everyone standing around a fire gettin' drunk.

You've ever been toned out on an outhouse fire.

That outhouse fire was with entrapment.

You've ever let a person's house burn down because they wouldn't let you hunt on their ground.

At least one vehicle in the firehouse still has decorations on it from the Halloween Parade and it's January.

Your personnel vehicle has more lights on it than your house has lights in it.

You don't own a Dalmatian, but you do have a coon dog named Sparky.

 You have 35 different members but only 2 last names on the roster.

You have ever responded to a fire with curlers in your hair (for the ladies).

Your idea of rehab is a bologna sandwich and a tree stump.

If your PASS alarm goes "yee haw"

If all your transmissions start with "breaker 1-9"

If you use your department's thermal imaging camera on your early-morning deer hunting trips.

You've ever walked through a Christmas display and came up with more than 3 new ideas for a light scheme for your truck.

Your rescue truck can smoke the tires.

Your department's name is misspelled on the equipment.

Your engine had to be towed in the last Christmas Parade.

Dispatch can't mention your name without laughing.

The local news crew won't put your department on TV because you embarrassed them last time.

You've ever referred to a light bar as sexy.

Your defib consists of a pair of jumper cables, a marine battery, and a fish finder.

You've ever taken a girl on a date in a pumper.

Your pumper has been on fire more times than it has been to a fire.

Your pumper smokes more than the house fire.

The only time the trucks leave the station is on bingo night.

Your apparatus has carbon monoxide detectors mounted in the cab.

You return from a fire with more junk than you arrived with.

The Chief's car has a rag for a gas cap.

You have tobacco spit stains on the side off your engines

... the department slogan on your t-shirt is "get er done".

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