Got teams?


If you hope to meet goals, make changes, and cultivate change within your organization PSEN team management mentorship program will help.


Utilizing Microsoft 365 Teams we take your team to interdependency, efficiency and produce results based on what the team needs to do. In addition we point to what they are capable of doing.


PSEN mentorship program brings your team together, provides a platform to manage the big  picture and guide projects to completion on time and on budget.


Our services are available for fire service organizations and any organization working to develop teams, team work, leaders, and outcomes.


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Who stands out?


I have spend my adult life working in high stress, time sensitive careers that bring me to this point in career.  A retired firefighter and commercial pilot flight instructor.  Success was based on how well you trained, how well you worked with others and how you mentor younger folks looking for their own path.


When you recognize folks that are worth investing PSEN will help.  We teach tribal  leadership, and mentor their growth.  We discuss their beliefs, misconceptions and consequences.  We take them to places rarely taught in  team dynamics and offer a different perspective from what we learned and what our friends have learned.


Whether in the fire service, private business/corporate careers you have an opportunity to enroll in PSEN succession leadership training.

PSEN produced each of these 24 videos for the DFS/MFA Recruit Program.  Something you want filmed?

PSEN produced these 10 programs for DFS/MFA online learning LMS.   Something you need online?

  • Chemical Suicide for First Responders
  • CNG for First Responders
  • Fire Prevention Officer Awareness
  • Rehabilitation in the Fire Service
  • Solar Photovoltiac and First Responders
  • Survival Air Management
  • Traffic Incident Management
  • Transitional Fire Attack
  • Positive Pressure Ventilation
  • Confined Space and First Responders


Training in the fire service has taken on a whole new look and meaning. We know there are no shortages of fire service platforms, publications, conferences, and on-line training to pick from. Is personal and professional development in your plans? Day-to-day living, family expectations, time, opportunity? PSEN was created to help solve this dilemma. Our work is unique, we coach and guide our students/colleagues rather than lecture. My good fortune along with vision, dedication and education has brought me to a place where PSEN can provide a unique niche in fire service education.

The great experience of Training Trainers with the NFFF

June 2006 through 2011 offered the best challenge of my services. Hired by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to help develop, deploy and manage a program known today as the Courage to Be Safe, 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives. The foundation along with the nations experts created what would become a foundation for cultural change. In fact sixteen posts that can lead you to a better place if only you utilized each of them in your working environment. Working with foundations leaders I was charged with creating the instructional system for the national program. Launched officially in 2006 the campaign started. By 2010 the NFFF team which I was developing a sound curriculum for the nations fire instructors to teach and advocate.
I was hired to provide Incident Safety Officer training to every firefighter (no matter rank) within the Essex County Fire Chiefs Association. It was a year long project offered to every firefighter in the county. Three hundred fifty-five took the program. It included eight weeks on on-line preparation followed by a two day class. The class was to put it all together and help nudge every student in the project to think safety. We also offered each of them the chance to become nationally certified as incident safety officers. Two hundred sixty-three challenged the national examination and successfully became ProBoard certified Incident Safety Officers. These are their faces.

ISO and Thinking Safety with Essex County Fire Chiefs Association MA