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Edward Rossouw (Station 9 Gordon Edward Rossouw (Station 9 Gordon's Bay) and Shani van der Merwe (Station 4 Mykonos) on the Training Officers' seminar in Cape Town this weekendTraining Officer seminar Training Officers' seminar. Back: Brett Ayres, Marlene Slade (Port Alfred), Ian Livermore (Durban), JC Roos (Mossel Bay), Bruce Noble (Plett), Edward Roussow (Gordon's Bay) Middle: Graeme Harding, Rudi Fisch (Table Bay), Ernesta Swanepoel (Bakoven), Kim Germishuys (Air Sea Rescue), Herby Meth (Simon's Town), Kevin Perzanthal (East London), Jacques Kruger (Richard's Bay) Front: Carmen Long (Hout Bay), Shani van der Merwe (Mykons), Marc van Staden (Knysna), Spencer Oldham, and Richard Wegerle (Witbank Dam). Pic: Daniel Heimann Capsize drill Capsize drillLast year NSRI developed an online learning (eLearning) platform to cater for the theoretical components of our training syllabus. This enables our rescuers to work in their own time at their own pace; it also frees up the rescue crew for practical sea training on their duty weekends.Practical Training Scenarios this weekend at Gordon Practical Training Scenarios this weekend at Gordon's BayIMG-20160206-WA0023 Patient careIMG-20160206-WA0024 It's what we do
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