promote and assist the training and
development of UK FRS personnel
We are keen to support the development of people who can support the Trust’s objects; particularly where students might be discouraged from studying for financial reasons.
Successful candidates to receive up to 100% of the costs of tuition fees for the academic study year, where the total value does not exceed £2,500
Up to 100% of the costs of tuition fees total value does not exceed £2,500
small project grant scheme
We are keen to support fire and rescue services and their partners and affiliates with small projects that meet the objects of the Trust and that for a variety of reasons, might not be funded otherwise.
The minimum project grant is £1,000 and the maximum £30,000 provided over a maximum of two years.
Here you can find details of events sponsored or delivered by the Trust or other organisations. If you would like to have an event listed here please contact us.
learning and development materials
In our own small way, we would like to support your learning and development by sharing information that you might find useful. As this site grows, we hope to add more links to great information sources, so do please come back from time to time and revisit.
If you have documents, reports, presentations or links you would like us to list here, please just get in touch and help us to support the UK FRS still further. All information provided will respect copyright restrictions. email@example.com
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IMPROVING INCIDENT COMMAND DECISION MAKING Phil Butler: the THINCS Behavioural Marker System Phil Butler’s PhD field of study is within psychology. He is specifically studying incident commander decision making in the fire service in general. He believes that the...read more
WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE SAFER FROM FIRE? Dr Christian Morgner: Multiculturalism and Fire Incidents Christian Morgner from the University of Leicester wants to address a neglected area of demographic research on fire incidents, namely, the role of cultural diversity and...read more