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This weekend Durban Station 5 got together to plan the training for 2016. Everyone from the Trainees through to the Stations Management were involved in the strategic planning of this year’s training.In past years Durban Station 5 have trained twice a month. This year we are going to include an additional Friday night stay over which will comprise of an early Saturday wakeup call scenario based rescue, to expose our trainees to the reality of an actual early morning rescue. This training suggestion was put forward to the group by one of our trainees.Training within Sea Rescue forms an integral part of honing our skills to carry out successful rescues.IMG-20160109-WA0001
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