Why use the FSC?
Benefits to delegates
Specialised Expertise: We are a renowned institution with a long-standing history of providing specialised training for firefighters not just in the UK but all over the world. Because of the knowledge and experience that we have and our SMEs have, we can be specific to the needs of the UK FRS and can bespoke our training, even replicating risk in that particular Services geographical area.
Comprehensive Curriculum: We are able to cover a large number of different aspects of firefighting and rescue operations, including theoretical knowledge and practical skills so offer blended learning, and are able to meet the specific requirements and standards set by NOG, NOS etc, as well as accreditation bodies like SFJ.
State-of-the-Art ‘real life’ immersive venues: We can also use purpose-built simulation environments, mock-up structures, and the latest equipment. This means that delegates or learners can get hands-on experience in realistic scenarios, enhancing their preparedness for real-life situations that they might come across back in service.
Cross fertilisation of ideas: Training at FSC means that you can interact with other learners and instructors from various fire and rescue services across the UK. This networking can help foster collaboration, sharing of best practice, and building your network.
Accreditation: Training with us is accredited by relevant authorities such as SFJ.
Location: availability of specific courses, on site accommodation, swimming pool and gym facilities as well as a dedicated Account Manager that can be used as a resource and a go between or consistent point of contact between each FRS and the FSC to ensure everything can run as smoothly as possible, or can be sorted quickly if there is an issue means that the FSC is an excellent choice as a training provider.
CPD: Continuous professional development opportunities through career progression, specialised training, leadership, Incident Command CPD so learners can stay up to date with all the latest developments within a certain subject.