After 16 weeks of intensive training across a wide range of disciplines, 28 learners from the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) have graduated from the Fire Officer Development Programme run by The Fire Service College in the UK.
The course is designed to provide individuals with unique and challenging scenarios and input that test both their practical firefighting and leadership skills and attributes.
Congratulating the learners, Darren Bance, Managing Director, Fire Service College said “The College has an international reputation for excellence in training emergency responders worldwide. We value our strong relations with KOC and are delighted to play such an important role in providing training for this Development Programme. The learners should take great pride in their hard work and the commitment that they have shown throughout the Programme.
Richard Johnes, Shared Services and Programme Manager, Fire Service College said “This is the second iteration of this type of course for KOC and continues to build upon a flourishing relationship between our two organisations. It has been a pleasure to witness the development of this group over the past four months.”
Further details of opportunities for learning at the Fire Service College visit www.fireservicecollege.ac.uk
Image shows Course Delegates, Officers and Representatives of the Fire Service College following the Graduation. Image courtesy of the Fire Service College.