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Enroll in the FireStats data analysis course for Fire and EMS personnel.
Whether you're new to this or just in need of a refresher, the FireStats data analysis crash course is the right resource. Equip yourself with practical and relevant statistical analysis and reporting skills today.Enroll Now
Master Data Analysis
Learn practical, real-world statistical analysis skills from emergency services and data science professionals.
Develop Key Insights
Analyze fire and EMS trends in your area to develop insights and evaluate new initiatives and programs.
Learn how to effectively present your findings to community stakeholders with compelling reports and visuals.
Advance Your Career
Stand out from the crowd and prepare for leadership roles by adding FireStats training to your resumé.
Hands-on, Real-world Data Analysis Training for Fire and EMS Personnel
The FireStats course was created by Paul Rottenberg, a long-time member of the Fire and EMS community with over 20 years of data analysis teaching experience. Paid subscribers get 24/7 support, access to the FireStats forum, and over 15 hours of course video content!
"Wish I’d heard about this years ago. [FireStats helped us] take our fire data and turn it into reports that our community can understand."
-Marty Nelson, Chief Officer, Illinois
"Attending a FireStats program is a must for any chief officer or those aspiring to this level of organizational responsibility..."
-Doug Hall, Fire Chief, Colorado
"This class is a must for both Staff and Chief Officers! Paul definitely changed the way I review, input, and interpret data..."
-Eric Carlson, Chief Officer, Texas
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Course Overview: What You'll Learn
- Excel basics for beginners
- Tips and tricks to make your analysis and spreadsheet work more efficient
- Formulas and evolutions to prepare your Fire and EMS data for analysis
- Detailed explanations of calculations and analysis
- Practical demonstrations and explanations of reporting/graphing best practices
- Creative ways to understand and calculate
- effective response force
- resource drawdown
- resource utilizations
- and more
- Detailed demonstrations and explanations of how to avoid bias
- New curriculum on the fundamentals of epidemiology for Fire and EMS personnel
- New curriculum on surveying and sampling for Fire and EMS
- New curriculum being added regularly