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Woodway Continue with Bracknell & Wokingham Project Response

As you may remember, last year Woodway Engineering donated some lights in support of the Bracknell and Wokingham College’s initiative response, the project is now moving into its third year.

The Project Response Programme has been running for 2 years now, and has continued in helping the students at Bracknell and Wokingham College Uniformed Public Service (UPS) and the Bracknell Police Cadets who are interested in joining the emergency services.

Jamie and Liam, both second years, are the second and third from the right in the above picture taken during pursuit training in 2016. Jamie and Liam, both second years, are the second and third from the right in the above picture taken during pursuit training in 2016.

 

Woodway Engineering have helped by donating Whelen Micron LED grill lights which have been used on the colleges Peugeot 206. As well as this donation from Woodway, Thames Valley Police previously donated a Whelen Mini Justice Lightbar.

“The vehicle is really useful when doing role plays and it helps us get into the role plays because we have to use equipment and we enjoy it more.” – Sophie, Police Cadet and 1st Year Student from Red Troop, Uniformed Public Services.

Since the programme has started, the Project Response Programme has helped 32 Police Cadets and 137 UPS students have been educated using the Peugeot 206!

Bracknell and Wokingham College's vehicle equipped with the new Whelen Micron grille lights Bracknell and Wokingham College's vehicle equipped with the new Whelen Micron grille lights

 

As well as this, the Project Response Programme has also been involved with working with the real emergency service 5 times since the programme started.

If you want to look at the work Bracknell & Wokingham College do, head over to http://www.bracknell.ac.uk/