Driver feels empowered by training

24 April, 2016

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Driver feels empowered by training

24 Apr,2016Training

One of the oldest drivers at Working on Fire, Saulos Ngobeni, 54, from the Rust De Winter base had praises for WOF after finishing yet another Driver Training Camp recently.

“I really appreciate the opportunity to drive fire fighters in the programme. I have also taught a couple of current young drivers to drive. At my age I never thought that their is anything more to learn in driving but I am still learning and it is good. I wouldn’t have learnt or improved my driving skills anywhere.’’ he said.

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