Gexcon is proud to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the UK Fire Service College. This will provide the basis for collaboration in the delivery of high-quality training at Gexcon’s facility in Norway and the wider market place. The Fire Service College is a leading organization for fire prevention and protection, providing assessed, accredited and assured fire and multi-service training for emergency service professionals globally. They have over 40 years of experience in delivering fire and rescue training internationally.
The MOU was signed on the 26th March 2018 by Sturle H. Pedersen (Global CEO of Gexcon) and Simon Waterworth (Finance Director – The Fire Service College) accompanied by David Price (Managing Director – Gexcon UK), Malcolm Thomas (Operations Director – The Fire Service College) and Kevin Wheeler (Head of International Training – The Fire Service College)
David Price commented, ‘’This unique opportunity signifies the initial collaboration of two organizations who are recognized as world leaders in their field of excellence. Combining our experience and providing a platform to transfer our respected knowledge to emergency first responders worldwide will most definitely contribute to making the world a safer place. Through this MOU we will also explore to develop innovative solutions that combine real-life training with enhanced and augmented virtual reality, enabling first responders to immerse deeper into developing scenarios during their educational journey’’.
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