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SafeGuard Clothing has donated another one of its premium bullet proof vests for use by students enrolled in the Public Service course at Croydon College. The intent behind this is to provide a more hands-on experience for the pupils that will benefit their understanding of body armour.

As part of their initiative to support regional and national education institutions, SafeGuard is assisting faculties with materials and information to give students a unique insight into the safety equipment their students might use later on in their career.

Thomas Bowman, speaking on behalf of SafeGuard Clothing, said: “We have made it a priority to liaise with local colleges such as Croydon College and offer our support, expertise and guidance in assisting their students in understanding how protectionagainst knives and guns actually works.”

Croydon College faculty members have expressed gratitude to SafeGuard for the donation as it provides our students with progressive learning experiences that advance their knowledge and skills in their chosen field. Such level of corporate and social responsibility sets a positive example in creating vital opportunities that can only enhance the quality of our educational programme.

SafeGuard Armour and Clothing is a worldwide manufacturer and distributer of body

You can find out more on our Public Service course here

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