Resilience is key
The Fire Service College (FSC) works closely with the blue-light services, military, and cross-government departments to ensure the homeland security response meets the needs of the civilian community from the national to the local setting.
Resilience is key in a community’s overall ability to prepare itself to withstand and recover from major or catastrophic events.
The FSC works with key public sector stakeholders and subject matter experts to design and develop robust high-end training in civil contingencies and emergency planning.
Training is regularly reviewed against the government’s National Security Risk Assessment to meet current and emerging issues and is delivered to meet both national and international standards accredited through Skills for Justice and NFPA.