3 Days / 20 Speakers / 50 Sessions
Emergency Reporting, with Microsoft as our global sponsor, is excited to announce our inaugural virtual summit: ADAPT 2020. This three-day event brings together the finest from the fire and emergency services industry along with thought leaders from other disciplines. Over twenty speakers across fifty sessions will share their expertise with attendees.
Names you know like Gordon Graham, Billy Goldfeder and Randy Bruegman will be there. We also have thought leaders from the fields of neuroscience, economics and sustainability. And of course, what would a world-class ER event be without system training. Our Training Team will impart their knowledge during 18 sessions designed to help existing users and to introduce the power of ER to those seeking a better RMS.
Why Virtual Might Just Be Better Than In-Person
With nearly every conference and onsite training cancelled across the country, Emergency Reporting is stepping up to fulfill the pent-up demand for outstanding virtual training and education. All sessions will be recorded so you won’t miss a thing! Additionally, we are pleased to offer continuing education units (CEU) provided by Columbia Southern University.
Over 50 sessions will be presented across four tracks: Thought Leadership, Operations, Community Risk Reduction and Budgets & Funding. A couple sessions from the Operations Track will illustrate the importance of ensuring our personnel have a healthy career and a healthy retirement:
The first is Don Abbott’s Project Mayday:
The other is on mental wellness in today’s emergency services; Jeff Dill’s Saving Those Who Save Others:
Early bird pricing begins at $99.00/attendee when your agency registers five or more people. Single registration is $149.00 before September 30. So, what are you waiting for? Learn more and register today! We can’t wait to see you in November.
Business Development Analyst | ADAPT 2020 Project Manager
About the Author:
Tom Louis currently serves as a Business Development Analyst, Subject Matter Expert, and Key Account Manager for Emergency Reporting. He retired as a battalion chief from the Green Valley Fire District in Arizona in 2013 after serving for 22 years. He has used Emergency Reporting since 2004 and has been part of the Emergency Reporting family since 2011, working with customers throughout the United States and in Canada, South Korea, Japan, Germany, Italy, and Kuwait. He holds two associate degrees and graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a bachelor of applied science degree in Fire Service Management. He believes that in order to tell a fire department’s story, high quality, actionable data in an easily understandable manner is essential for our communities and decision-makers. He is an avid reader of both non-fiction books and technothriller novels, loves classic and modern Mopar muscle cars, and has a soft spot for retired racing greyhounds.