Learn from Experience.
Trust, Friendship, Honesty, Integrity and Commitment. These are what Signet’s internationally-renowned team exemplify. Consisting of subject matter specialists who happen to be gifted educators, we feature an unmatched collection of internationally-acclaimed Instructional Hosts who truly know how to bring their subject matter to life. It is with great pride that we present the Signet North America team to you here.
Todd Skoglund, M. Ed., Principal / Co-Founder
Todd co-founded Signet North America in 2006 with the simple mantra of Make it Right, Make it Relevant, and Make it Unforgettable, creating a culture of excellence and excitement that extends to every corner of Signet North America's operations to this day. His vision of becoming the North American provider of choice for all emergency managers, emergency response personnel, petrochemical, mining, transportation workers, environmental remediation and recovery teams, and rescue workers seeking the highest-value educational, training and consulting services is very much alive and growing every year.
Mike Becker, Programs Coordinator
Mike Becker is a nearly 30 year veteran of the fire service, bringing with him a vast background and frontline experience in Firefighting and Hazardous Materials response. Mike has responded to hundreds of incidents of various scopes and types and shares these experiences in the classroom and training grounds. As an instructor, Mike has been privileged to train and work with thousands of responders and facility personnel throughout North America.
Capt. Shane Baird, Lead Instructor
Captain Shane Baird has worked in emergency services since 1995 and has a wide range of experience including the fire service, wilderness search and rescue, and air ambulance industries. Shane’s relationship with Signet began as a returning student in many of Signet North America’s earliest classes in 2006 and 2007, and since that time he has grown from a student of Signet to one of our most talented, popular, and sought after instructors.
Tony Arcuri, Instructional Host
Tony Arcuri has been in the fire service for 18 years. Throughout his career, he has been involved in multiple specialties including Wildland, Dive Rescue, Technical Rescue and Hazardous Materials. He has taught fire/rescue-related topics in elementary through college level courses and has rapidly become a student favorite.
Chris Wetzel, Instructional Host
Chris Wetzel began his fire services career in 2008. He has an extensive HazMat response experience including fixed facilities, clandestine labs, explosives, over-the-road mishaps, bulk shipping containers, environmental contamination, widespread geographic emergencies, and many other incidents requiring sampling, identification, and mitigation.