Aerial firefighting training goes virtual

With the global threat of bushfires increasing, firefighting agencies need to be able to act with speed and effectiveness. Bushfire simulation in a virtual environment allows local, state or national agencies to stay ahead of the threat, training new personnel…

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…

Training is the key to everything in emergency services

Regular readers will have noticed that the last two issues of Asia Pacific Fire have featured two of the new, state-of-the-art training centres in the region and that not an issue goes by without an article on training. Emergency services…

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…

Online Fire and Electrical Training

NEXT KNOWLEDGE, a division of Hughes Associates, has announced that its self-paced fire and electrical safety training is now available to the fire protection industry through a new online learning centre. It comprises over 100 hours of training devoted exclusively…

Queensland’s Academy Delivers Emergency Services Training

The School of Fire and Emergency Services Training at Whyte Island in Brisbane, run by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, is the largest and most sophisticated of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, providing leading-edge training for emergency response personnel…

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