Fike supports fire training centre

Posted On 03 Sep 2013
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Fike Safety Technology (FST) has donated its Twinflexpro intelligent two-wire fire alarm systems to DCET Training, one of the UK’s providers of accredited training courses for the UK fire industry. Formed in 1995 by the electrical contracting industry, DCET has three training centres in Exeter, Plymouth and Redruth and provide a wide range of training including apprenticeships, wiring regulations, inspection and testing and advanced level 4 diplomas. DCET has always had close links with the fire industry and has developed and delivered its own fire alarm familiarisation courses for many years. They actively promote the importance of fire alarm training and work with the FPA to offer accredited fire alarm and emergency lighting courses at their centres and on site. The Twinflexpro panels and detectors will be used not only on FPA courses but also to show electrical apprentices a fully functioning fire alarm system based on the latest technology.

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