LIFE (Local Intervention Fire Education) offers 14 to 17 year olds the opportunity to learn a range of skills while working alongside the Brigade.
The programme is an intensive four or five day course where young people learn the job of a firefighter.
Based in a local fire station, participants take part in a range of activities including casualty rescue techniques and using breathing apparatus equipment.
Launched in Tower Hamlets in 2002, as a response to antisocial behaviour against our firefighters, the LIFE scheme now operates in all London boroughs and has engaged with more than 12,000 young people.
Two BTA students will be attending the LIFE course from Monday, 13th June 2016.