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COLLEGE STATION – Twenty-seven leaders in the fire service are the latest graduates of the Fire Service Chief Executive Officer (FSCEO) program, a joint initiative between the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and the Texas A&M University Mays Business School. The weeklong program was held May 20-24 at the Center for Executive Development on the Texas A&M campus.

Sessions were led by professors in the Mays Business School and covered topics such as the challenges of leadership, ethics, finance for executives, and strategic management and planning. Attendees also learned about creativity and innovation, managing change and transition, media relations and stress management.

The certificate program is designed to provide executive level professional development for company and chief officers within the fire service. It is geared toward those who are looking for advanced training and have already completed NFPA 1021 Fire Officer I-IV or NFPA 1021 Fire Office I, II and the Texas Fire Chiefs Academy.

Find more information at: www.teex.org/leadership.

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Kathy Fraser

Director of Marketing and Communications

The TEEX staff’s knowledge of economic development research is impressive. The team conducted all work in a highly professional manner… The PBRPC highly recommends the TEEX staff for any research and development project.

— Virginia Belew, Client, Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission
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