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RLESC, which is managed by the Texas Engineering Extension Services under an agreement with QP, is on about 250 acres and was created to serve emergency responders throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
RLESC, which is the outcome of a partnership and collaboration between QP and the MoI, is a premier emergency and safety training college designed to provide advanced training to professionals in the oil, gas, petrochemical, civil defence, civil and military aviation and other sectors in Qatar as well as the greater Middle East, North Africa and Asia.
RLESC will initially offer training and courses in fire emergency and safety, industrial fire-fighting, search and rescue, hazardous materials, emergency medical services and civil defence and aviation, while additional courses in health, safety and environment, public safety and business community will further enrich its subject list at a later stage.
"RLESC is designed to be an advanced training facility, serving not only our constituents in Qatar, but also the greater Middle East as well as Asia and North Africa.
The array of props at RLESC features some of the most advanced equipment of their kind anywhere in the world.
It's worth noting that the fourth CDE coincides with the opening of the Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College (RLESC), which aims to become an international educational institution that serves the country and its neighbouring countries by granting an accredited bachelor degree in fire-fighting as well as hosting international exercises for the Qatari SRT.
The Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College (RLESC) will offer internationally-recognised as well as professional vocational qualifications courses and programmes in fire safety engineering and fire safety management.
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- RLE Compression
- RLF subunit beta