C4i Supports Exercise Salish Sea 2017

C4i Supports Exercise Salish Sea 2017 C4i Training & Technology is very proud to have been supporting Emergency Management British Columbia and the numerous other Provincial, Regional and Federal agencies involved in Exercise Salish Sea 2017. C4i were awarded the contract to assist EMBC in the development and delivery of the Ex Salish Sea exercise…

ITEC 2017: Do First Responders Train?

ITEC 2017: Do First Responders Train? By Tim Mahon (for monch.com) Military training solutions – whether live, virtual or constructive, tend on the whole to be iterative, with repeated training serials over time instilling skills and achieving carefully defined learning objectives. That is largely because training is a core activity for the military: they are…

ITEC 2017: C4i Training and Technology Established

ITEC 2017: C4i Training and Technology Established (read the original article here) Bartragh Services, LLC, a Tampa, FL/USA based US company has acquired C4i Consultants, Inc. of Calgary, Canada and established a new company, C4i Training and Technology, Inc. The new company will still be based in Calgary. Bartragh announced that Harry H. Thompson, III…

Bartragh Services acquire C4i Training & Technology

Bartragh Services acquire C4i Training & Technology (view the press release) Tampa, US Bartragh Services, LLC, a Tampa based US company has acquired C4i Consultants, Inc of Calgary, Canada and established a new company, C4i Training and Technology, Inc. The new company will still be based in Calgary. Bartragh has announced that Harry H. Thompson,…

C4i Participated as Official Advisor in Largest Earthquake Exercise in Metro Manila

C4i Participated as Official Advisor in Largest Earthquake Exercise in Metro Manila Last week, C4i participated as Official Advisors to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority for the Metro Manila ShakeDrill — the largest simultaneous earthquake exercise ever to be conducted in the area, with the goal of promoting a local culture of preparedness among residents…