Cardiff and Vale College students benefit from body armour
Cardiff and Vale College students who are training for a career in one of the uniform services have benefited from the donation of body armour.
SafeGuard Armour, a supplier of body armour, ballistic helmets and bullet and stab-proof vests, has donated a sample bullet proof vest. The vest was donated to give all Public Service students the opportunity to gain practical experience with leading bullet poroof vests, preparing them for real life security scenarios.
First-hand experience of using such police, military and security personnel level professional equipment will give students a unique opportunity to get used to the sort of protective clothing they will use when they embark upon their chosen careers.
Tom Jones, Course Tutor in Public Services, said: “Thanks to SafeGuard Clothing for donating this bullet proof vest. We can now prepare practical acitivies and give our students real-life scenarios to play out during their course.”
SafeGuard have operated internationally for more than ten years, providing more than 5,000 bespoke bullet proof vests to hundreds of police, security and military organisations across the globe each year.
Thomas Bowman of SafeGuard Clothing said: “Bullet proof vests such as this one save lives every day. We wanted to give students the opportunity to try out our products and gain vital experience in handling professional security clothing.”
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