The National Ambulance Resilience Unit (NARU) will be on stand Z242 at the Emergency Services Show 2014, which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from 24-25 September 2014.
NARU will be exhibiting as part of the Emergency Response Zone which features over 80 support responders, voluntary sector partners and NGOs and is designed to promote multi-agency working. Training will have a major focus at this year’s event and the College of Paramedics will once again be running their highly popular free workshops.
Carl Rees, NARU Stakeholder Engagement Lead, says: “NARU had a highly successful presence at the recent Ambition 2014 event in April this year, and will be following this up with a stand at the Emergency Services Show in September. These events are an excellent opportunity for us to have meaningful face-to-face conversations with a number of individuals from a wide variety of organisations that are important to NARU as stakeholders in what we do.
“Aside from using the platform to explain more about our work in general terms, NARU is also there to identify opportunities for joint working with other bodies, especially around our education and training products and services, and we are looking forward to the event.”
Now in its ninth year the Emergency Services Show is free to attend for all staff levels within the Ambulance Service. To register and for more information visit www.emergencyuk.com.