Diamond today launched its official YouTube video channel, a new and simple way for clients and students to learn new techniques, brush up on skills and discover new training solutions. 

Founded in February 2005, YouTube allows billions of people to discover, watch and share originally-created videos. YouTube provides a forum for people to connect, inform, and inspire others across the globe and acts as a distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers large and small.

Accessing training resources is now simple.  With a click of the computer, Ipad or Iphone you are immediately channelled to the Diamond YouTube video series – offering a wide range of educational videos in safety, industrial skills, emergency services and more.  

Some of the videos include topics on:

  • How to operate a fire pump

  • How Diamond conducts fitness testing during selection

  • What not to do with diesel on a fire

  • How to tie a figure of eight on the byte

  • How to inspect a safety harness

  • How to ascend and descent on a vertical rope rescue system

These videos are produced by their own staff on training locations.  No high cost film crews are engaged enabling the Diamond team to create hundreds of educational ‘how to videos’. 

Diamond’s new YouTube video channel provides an excellent portal for clients and students to access high definition, high quality videos that can be accessed 24/7 throughout the entire year.  Regardless of their current skill level, this platform provides the latest in training techniques and skill development.

Accessing books and training notes is a thing of the past; video collaboration is now at your fingertips.

Julian Smith, Managing Director and co-founder, Diamond Protection believes this new platform will make it easier for clients and students to fine tune their skills and capabilities.  

Organisations can now direct their staff to our YouTube channel prior to Diamond conducting a course to ‘get an insight into the course delivered’.  In addition, staff can continually access the channel and continue their skill development.

“Diamond’s new video series is an excellent solution for our training division.  The videos are easy to watch and provide step by step instructions for the subject covered”  said Mr. Smith.     

Diamond Protection has partnerships for the delivery of industrial skills and safety training solutions with Holmesglen Institute and North Coast Institute (TAFE NSW).  

Visit the YouTube video channel at:  https://www.youtube.com/user/DiamondProtection95

Media contact: Travis Burns – Phone:  1300 669 155   Email: operations@diamondprotection.com


Reference Number: 29/7/2014