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Its that time of year again, when we are getting ready for Christmas, family and Santa. Sadly not everyone will be looking forward with anticipation, instead simple hoping for food, warmth or a small present. Thankfully there are goups like 'Little Blue Heroes' and 'Barnados' out there. Both help the youngest and most vulnerable in society and this Christmas we ask that you join us in making a donation at https://www.littleblueheroes.org/donate/ or https://www.barnardos.ie/christmas


Irish Red Cross Driver Panel
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(19-03-2017, 05:08 PM)Brigade Wrote: But the UK certification doesn't apply in Ireland?
The only certification here is by the RSA and is ESDS.
I actually agree with you regards the age issue, it's daft, if you are qualified you are qualified regardless of age, however if an insurance company stipulates that you must be over 25 thin I suppose there's nothing you can do about it unfortunately.

Thats true but a qualification is a qualification. End of the day its on their heads if someone uses the blue lights and god forbid they crash it will be on their heads.
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#22
The same applies here whether you have an Irish qual or not.
E-mail or  PM me.

Irish medic, Moderator,
Emergency services forum
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