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18th June, 2018 - 00:48: One crew from Westlea and one from Swindon attend alarms sounding at a...Read more

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17th June, 2018 - 1.28pm: Woodlands - Crews from Wimborne and Cranborne used one hose reel jet t...Read more

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16th June, 2018 - 14:15: 14:15 A crew from Wimborne was mobilised to help assist a male after b...Read more

16th June, 2018 - 13:59: 13:59 A crew from Redhill Park was mobilised to alarms sounding at a r...Read more

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Fire Cadets – Dorset

The aim of Fire Cadets is to support the development of young people, enabling them to experience something new by participating in a wide range of practical and theoretical activities in a unique firefighting-based environment.

In Dorset, the programme is delivered at a fire station to students in Years 9-11, one evening per week for 20 weeks between January and July (excluding school holidays).

The 2018 Fire Cadet unit will run from Blandford Fire Station on Monday evenings. The closing date for applications has now passed, with priority given to mid/north Dorset applicants.  Details of the 2019 programme will be released in Autumn 2018.

The programme is delivered by specially trained and DBS-checked staff and volunteers. It is designed to be fun, but it also challenges and develops the participants and supports their school and home lives by getting them to:

The scheme is evaluated by the students and instructors – feedback is reviewed and acted upon to ensure the scheme develops year on year.

For further information about the Dorset Fire Cadets programme or to register your interest in making an application, please email [email protected]

The BTEC award is assessed throughout the 20-week programme by trained instructors and assessors. The qualification is internally verified before samples of work are externally moderated to review working practice and ensure consistency.

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