08 Jun 2021 The Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) has welcomed planning approval from Mid-Ulster Council for the final phase of its Learning and Development Centre (LDC). Construction is scheduled to begin next year and to be completed in 2024.
A new “Learning and development centre” for Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) for the training of NIFRS employees which comprises: A main learning and development centre building 2 storey, accommodating 8 training classrooms and administrative and welfare facilities. Several training buildings and structures; a Training Warehouse (a multi-storey and multi-purpose training building) a call-out village ( domestic fire rescue training ) houses a Floodwater facility (for simulated water rescue training) a Drill Tower (for ladder training) an Agricultural Barn (for farm and animal rescue training) and two small ancillary buildings ( a breathing apparatus servicing facility, and an extension to the support building for the existing fire-fighter training firehouse) A number of training areas and props , an area for flood water pump training, a small network of roadways simulating short stretches of A and B roads , dual carriageway and motorway ( for road traffic collision training) a driver training area (for low speed vehicle manoeuvring and skid control training) , a search and rescue training area (with simulated underground and collapsed structure training scenarios) and prop structure for training in industrial and chemical scenarios utilising only simulations of hazardous materials) Site development infrastructure works, site landscaping enhancements and all ancillary development.
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