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The NSRI WaterWise Instructors from Soweto to Ceres have been in Cape Town for the past three days honing their skills, discussing new teaching methods and learning from each other. So far this year the team, six of whom are sponsored by TNPA, have taught over 100 000 children about water safety. Armed with new skills and enthusiasm they have now all gone home where they will keep spreading Sea Rescue's water safety message to children.Here are some pictures from the three days.Sicisro Rossouw takes Lindo Zqubu and Kenneth Gagela through CPR. Sicisro Rossouw takes Lindo Zqubu and Percy Mtombeni through CPR.The WaterWise team are put through their first aid paces. The WaterWise team are put through their first aid paces.The team with their EFAR certificates. The team with their EFAR certificates.Kenneth Gagela during a lesson on water safety. Kenneth Gagela during a lesson on water safety.Liza Wigley and Lindo Zqubu teach the PLAN. Liza Wigley and Lindo Zqubu teach the PLAN.P is for pack or prepare. P is for pack or prepare.Percy Mtombeni and Eoudia Erasmus teach the emergency number 10177. Percy Mtombeni and Eoudia Erasmus teach the emergency number 10177.Children practice the emergency number. Children practice the emergency number.Debbie Smith tells the children to never swim alone. Debbie Smith tells the children to never swim alone.Marcus Oshry keeps the children interested. Marcus Oshry keeps the children interested.Lwazi Fihlela teaches the children about hazards. Lwazi Fihlela teaches the children about hazards.The NSRI WaterWise Instructors. The NSRI WaterWise Instructors.
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