Coventry College has received a donation from SafeGuard Clothing for its Public Service course.
The bullet proof vest will be used to provide a more hands-on experience to students enrolled in the course.
As part of their work with local colleges, SafeGuard has conducted an assessment that identified that students can benefit from more practical experience in operating with body armour. The donated vests will be used for in-class demonstrations on how body armour works, how it is built and its efficiency against different weapons.
Students will gain deeper understanding of the working mechanics of bullet proof vests. As a direct result – the learning experience at Coventry College will also be improved. Providing samples of bulletproof vests helps students understand how protection against knives and guns actually works and gives them a unique advantage that will benefit them later in their careers. Progressive learning experiences advance student knowledge and skills while also creating vital opportunities for role play that can only enhance the quality of the educational programmes at Coventry College.
“We are pleased to partner with Coventry College and work towards making their Public Service course more focused on the actual experience of law enforcement personnel. The donation of one of our bullet proof vests aims to enhance the learning experience of students” says SafeGuard Clothing Communications Manager Thomas Bowman. Known for its strong commitment to industry standards and innovative development, the company seeks to extend a hand to Chesterfield College in the development of their Public Service courses to their students’ best interests.
This is yet another donation made by SafeGuard under their initiative to assist European colleges in enhancing the quality of their curriculums. The brand’s highly-rated bulletproof vests provide students with progressive learning experiences that advance their knowledge and skills in their chosen field.
Such partnerships are greatly beneficial to students at Coventry College as they provide access to an industry leader’s expertise and technological advancements, enriching the learning experience. The use of SafeGuard’s bullet proof vest in Tameside College’s Public Service course demonstrates the working mechanics behind staying safe in the line of work that involves daily risks.