After two successful years as an online training course due to coronavirus, rescueDAYS is finally to be held live again this year. As partners, the city and the fire department of Paderborn join together to support the event.
“After having conducted rescueDAYS digitally in the last two years, we are looking forward to being able to conduct intensive and instructive training days on site in direct exchange with our participants,” said Jannik Heller, Head of Training at WEBER RESCUE SYSTEMS, optimistically about the planned event in Paderborn. “Even though training content can be conveyed well online, direct contact with the users of our equipment is very important to us. And last but not least, rescueDAYS is an experience that inspires through practical work with the devices and also the exchange of experiences amongst each other!”
From October 6-9, on the grounds of the 1994 State Garden Show, practical applications of rescue equipment will be taught in the form of various deployment scenarios. The two-day seminars, each with eight stations, will be managed in cooperation with the city of Paderborn and the Paderborn Fire Department. Parallel to this, the rescueDAY SYMPOSIUM will take place on Friday and Saturday, with interesting specialist presentations and renowned experts from the firefighting scene. “As the world’s largest training event in the field of technical assistance, the rescueDAYS are an excellent opportunity for our full-time and volunteer forcesto further their training due to the wide range of practical exercises and state-of-the-art technology. We are all the more pleased to be able to participate this year as organisers,” said Cyrill Stute from the technical department of the Paderborn Fire Department, who has brought the event to Paderborn. Around 700 participants from all over the world are expected to take part in the rescueDAYS experience. The WEBER RESCUE SYSTEMS team of instructors is also international. Registration for rescueDAYS 2022 will be open from March.
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