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A team from our Yorkshire training centre yesterday volunteered to help English Heritage by venturing into the keep of Conisbrough Castle with a team of English Heritage volunteers.
A team from our Yorshire training centre yesterday volunteered to help English Heritage by venturing into the keep of Conisbrough Castle with a team of English Heritage volunteers.
WHAT: Volunteers at Conisbrough Castle will get a behind the scenes look at a part of the castle not often accessed –the basement of the castle keep which can only be accessed via a hole in the floor.
We have develoepd a series of training videos in partnership with Videotel. Their fourth project, 'Gaming Technology' - a virtual training programme - has won the Gold Award of Excellence in The 2016 Communicator Awards.
Last week a team from Mansfield attended the Heathrow airport Starlight centre with one of their customers Bam Nuttall.
It’s exciting times for MRS Training & Rescue, as we opened a brand new training facility in Knottingley, West Yorkshire on Friday 27th May.
MRS Training & Rescue has committed – again - to doing the Highland Cross challenge, which is a 50 mile, coast to coast, route across the Scottish Highlands on Saturday, 18 June 2016. The challenge involves a 20 mile run/walk followed by a 30
In response to wide ranging changes in the business context of Mines Rescue Service Ltd., (the parent company of Mines Rescue Marine), the company has announced its change of trading name to MRS Training & Rescue, in order to better reflect th
BBC Look North TV News ran a feature on the 18:30 news last night about MRS Training and Rescue, to see the work we do now and our future plans for growth.