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Tomorrow Sea Rescue's national water safety team leader Eoudia Erasmus travels to Zanzibar as a guest of the RNLI’s international programme to take part in a 3 day intensive Survival Swimming workshop.For a number of years the RNLI have been training Survival Swimming Instructors around the globe in their methodology of teaching children how to survive in water. This workshop includes selected organisations from around the world that are involved in teaching water safety and survival swimming.We are thrilled to be part of another initiative that will add to children’s water safety skills and save lives.HSH Princess Charlene of Monaco is Patron of the NSRI Education Programme.
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