United Kingdom Rescuing Organization will deliver the training programme for the professionals and volunteers to act in rescue challenge at road traffic collisions and fire. On that occasion Pat Sheridan, UKRO Deputy Project Manager for Serbia visited Kragujevac today to meet with the representatives of the City and visit the premises where the training would be conducted as well as to specify the details of the Project implementation.
The objective of the Project implemented in partnership with British NGO “Blaythswood Care“ is to professionally train fire crew and create certified trainers for future rescuing in road accidents and fire, that would assist local self-government to adequately and professionally act in such situations, said Pat Sheridan.
Practical and theoretical training will be conducted in the Business Innovation Centre in the period of August 15 to 19 this year; the trainings will include car collisions, fire and medical stuff. The training will be conducted for 36 trainees - 12 volunteers and 24 professionals.
This is very important Project for the City of Kragujevac that will enhance overall fire rescuing culture. It is also very significant that personnel to receive the training would become certified local and national trainers able to support training delivery in subsequent years in the region that we have not been able to do so far, noted Dragos Radovanovic, Head of the Emergency Department.
United Kingdom Rescuing Organization plans to donate to the City of Kragujevac four firefighting vehicles with complete rescuing equipment.