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Our Port Alfred crew were donated a whiteboard and easel last night by the Stenden Disaster Management group as a token of their appreciation. The rescue base hosted the Disaster Management students for three weeks where they joined them for practice and were taught some in-water survival skills as well as casualty approaches and basic first aid. The crew will be using this whiteboard and easel during training, for briefings, as well as debriefings.In the picture is Rene Oosthuizen (Senior Lecturer) shaking hands with Stephen Slade (Deputy Station Commander) and Pieter Smit (Practical Training Co-ordinator).White Board Stenden Photo: Amy Clarke-McLeod
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