Develop Training Limited (DTL) is running a series of free High Voltage awareness days in late May

The events have been specially designed for authorising engineers, authorised persons and competent persons in the healthcare, facilities and utilities sectors as well as the MoD. They are also open to managers and other personnel responsible for training people to work…

SphereVision 360 Imaging System Introduces Smoke Layer and Virtual Reality Viewing

SphereVision has added a smoke simulation feature to its 360-degree imaging software to aid training, emergency planning and incident management. Specifically designed for Fire and Rescue Teams, a variable density smoke layer can be applied to the 360-degree imagery allowing…

Chemdata® Licences Donated to Help Train Bosnian Firefighters

Earlier this year, The National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) donated licences of its world-leading chemical hazard database, Chemdata, to the International Fire and Rescue Association (IFRA) as part of a relief mission to Cazin in North West Bosnia starting on 18…

HAAGEN Have Training Contained in France

HAAGEN is very excited to a deliver a completed project to SDIS 25 (Service départemental d’incendie et de Secours du Doubs) in France. The 45’ shipping container on a mobile trailer includes three training rooms with many features and props…

Heavy Rescue Course

Heavy Rescue UK Ltd, a branch of The International Association of Heavy Rescue Training Systems in Sweden is running a number of Heavy Rescue Lifting Basics courses in October (see advert for details). This is a basic skills lifting course based…

Tall Building Fires Highlight Need for Training

Widely acclaimed training course returns to London. Anyone who has the day-to-day job of managing the risk of fire in Tall Buildings will benefit from the information delivered in a training course that takes place in London between 5-9 December…

New languages Holmatro training series now available

The skills required to extricate victims of road traffic accidents are now more complex than ever. And to keep up with new car technology, new rescue tools and new insights into traumatic injury is a challenge in itself. Holmatro has…

The case for training all responders in preservation of evidence

It is a rare firefighter who, in the excitement of a fire event, thinks of a fire scene as a place filled with valuable forensic evidence. Although we may think of the fire itself as the reason evidence is destroyed…

Training Simulators: Risk-Free, Realistic and Programmable

Today, simulators are being used in an ever-increasing number of areas, particularly when real-life training would be overcomplicated, excessively expensive, ecologically untenable, or simply too dangerous. Emergency responses by the fire services most definitely fall into this category. With this…

The Bulletproof Spirit – Part 1: Emotional Survival Training to Insure Wellness

What was the worst call you have ever been on? How many different ways did that call and so many others adversely affect your health and wellness, your relationships at home, how you perceive your job and the community, and…

Red One

The importance of regular, professional, experiential fire and rescue training for fire and rescue service staff and industrial fire teams should never be under-estimated. Only through consistent, thorough and accredited training, delivered by experts in each discipline, can the safety,…

Skedco Learning Center

In 2015, Skedco, Inc. will launch the Skedco Learning Center (SLC) where you can acquire comprehensive training on many of our products. Skedco has been providing product training for as long as we have been in business. With the formation of SLC, you…

Fire Service College becomes new Coldcut Cobra Academy

The Fire Service College has announced that it is to become the latest member of the international Coldcut Cobra academy structure in the UK. It will work closely with the existing academy, Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service, to develop a…

Anytime, anywhere, anyhow learning

Like all public sector organisations, emergency services the world over have had to adapt and evolve quickly. Tighter budgets, governance changes, and unprecedented shifts in demand through acts of terrorism, climate change and demographic variations have meant that responders are…

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