Dynamic Rescue Systems is Headed to Alberta

January 15, 2016

DRS is Finally Coming to Alberta!

CS Training - Rockies

After too many inquiries to count, we are finally offering training courses in Alberta!  Hosted by Spruce Grove Fire Rescue, we will be conducting a series of Confined Space Level 1 - Operations courses, starting in March 2016.  This is an awesome opportunity to get industry-leading training a little closer to home if you are east of the Rockies. 

To enroll, you can click the link below or call us at our office (1-888-965-5228).

 

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Watch for more courses to come to Alberta soon, both hosted by local Fire Departments and through our partners, AET and Norquest College, including full-spectrum Rope and Confined Space Rescue programs from Basic Rescuer all the way up to Tower and Crane Rescue.
*If your department needs training and is willing to host a course, drop us a note and, as always, we can develop a customized course, specific to your needs.



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