Fire Fighter Training Show
The Fire Fighter Training Show plays off every child's curiosity to one day become a "Fire Fighter". The show allows volunteers from the audience- usually kids, to become fire fighter trainees. After being fitted in fire fighter jackets and helmet, the new trainees are introduced to the audience as their next generation of heroes. Throughout the show, the audience is encouraged to cheer on the new trainees as the shows activities become a friendly competition between the volunteer fire fighters. What comes off as entertaining and fun in the show may save a life in the future. This show is entertaining and very educational.
Audience Participation Show - After being fitted in firefighter jacket and helmet, the new trainees are introduced to the audience as their next generation of heroes and the volunteer firefighters are divided into two teams.
When the alarm tones sound calling Engine One to duty, it’s all trainees on deck! Each firefighter trainee/team gets to complete the basic tasks at our simulated fire scene: laying out fire hose, attaching it to the fire truck and putting on a nozzle. Using a real fire extinguisher to squirt water at simulated flames in our smoke rescue building, the trainees spray in hopes they can knock the flames down in each of the windows, “putting out the fire”, and then enter the smoke- filled building to make a heroic style rescue, demonstrating how to “Crawl Low, Under Smoke”.
The dialog between our fire chief, the audience and the new trainees is riddled with humor and education information such as “In Case of Fire, Get Outside and Stay Outside, Only Firefighters Attempt Rescues”. The fire chief also introduces important fire safety lessons “Don’t Hide, Get Outside” and “Crawl Low, Under Smoke”.
What comes off as entertaining and fun today may save a life in the future. Throughout the show, the audience is encouraged to cheer on our new trainees as the shows activities become a fun competition between our volunteer firefighters. The winner or team that wins our competition, is our 1st place team and as a reward they get to climb tower -one and aim its water cannon at which ever part of the audience they feel wasn’t
cheering them on during the earlier events. The show ends with our fire tower water cannon shot.
(fun paper streamers shot high into the air over an audience expecting they’re about to get 3000 gallons per minute wet)
No one is left out of our show. After Tower One’s surprising water cannon shot, the audience is invited to stay and all the kids can practice “Crawl Low, Under Smoke” through our smoke- rescue facility, touch and feel real firefighting equipment or have a photo taken sitting on our fire truck. All post show activities are free. We reserve the right to sell child size fire helmets or fire safety coloring books before or after each show.
Our extensive set of props and stage effects include: professional costumes, up beat music, alarm sound effects, flashing lights, smoking-smoke rescue building, fire extinguishers, fire hose & nozzles, fire hose fountain, tower-one, streamer launcher/cannon and our custom kid size fire truck.
All kid- size and kid- friendly equipment that produce Big- Size Fun!
Each show lasts approximately 20 to 30 minutes and involves four audience members, usually kids. Post- show, we operate the smoke-rescue facility letting all the kids practice “Crawl Low, Under Smoke” and offer good firehouse hospitality for and additional 5-15 minutes.
Event venue must provide items below:
Space Required (Show Area Only): 40-feet frontage X 40-feet deep. Flat, Firm Surface. (grass, asphalt, concrete)
Additional Space Required (Audience Seating): Bleacher seating is best OR chairs, benches, hay bales, to accommodate seating for at least 50 is recommended.
Electricity: One- 30, 40, or 50 amp 220volt circuit/breaker OR two 30amp 110volt circuits/breakers.
Water: Nearby garden hose connection (200ft) for filling fire extinguishers and fire hose fountain.
Camping/Trailer/Space: The cargo trailer is part of the smoke-rescue facility structure in which our fire truck and equipment are stored after hours. Our camper is a pick-up truck, slide in camper. Nearby parking of the camper is very helpful. Free camping space with water and 30- amp electric or one hotel room is required along with all parking permits and gate admission passes.