RSL appointed to YPO Framework for Emergency Services TrainingPublished: 15/04/2020
Red Snapper Learning (RSL) today announced they have been successfully appointed to the YPO framework for the provision of Emergency Services Training in the Policing, Tactical, Crime Prevention and Health and Well-being categories.
This is a significant outcome for RSL. The YPO Emergency Services Training framework is available to all public sector bodies, including emergency services, central government and the wider public sector; areas in which RSL already provides a range of essential training services.
Commenting on RSL’s new product offering, Kylie Wilson, Head of Learning at RSL stated:
“We are delighted to have been awarded a place on this framework, which will enable us to continue to support the blue light, justice and regulatory services sectors. It will also allow us to continue to build on our mission to deliver training that touches, moves and inspires students to be the best in their chosen profession and ultimately make a difference to society.”
With the lockdown measures in place to combat the COVID-19 outbreak, RSL’s ability to move flexibly allows them to deliver training directly in a dynamic and focused manner by offering a number of online solutions to assist organisations during this time.
RSL is responding to the current changing need in a dynamic and focused manner by offering a number of online solutions to assist organisations during this time. Live training, delivered via online communication platforms, is allowing RSL to provide interactive delivery of subjects as per standard classroom delivery. RSL is also continuing to provide bespoke e-learning packages which can be accessed remotely.
Organisations who wish to engage with Red Snapper Learning via the Training for Emergency Services Framework, can contact YPO directly through their website: https://www.ypo.co.uk/frameworks-home.
RSL is the market leading provider of education and training services to the law enforcement, wider crime prevention and offender management work communities.