WOF provides leadership training to 35 young men and women

3 April, 2017

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WOF provides leadership training to 35 young men and women

3 Apr,2017Training

Working on Fire recently celebrated the completion of training of 35 new Type 2 Crew Leaders from the Free State, Western Cape, Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal at a graduation ceremony at the Kishugu Training Academy in Nelspruit.

The participants successfully completed a 45-day training programme equipping them in aspects of Integrated Fire Management, which included fire line safety, fire line supervision, fire behaviour and fire suppression tactics.

Kishugu Training General Manager, Mervin Brody, encouraged the participants to be responsible leaders and to always take ownership of activities involving their respective teams.

“I urge you all to be responsible leaders and not be afraid to put your foot down when it is required,” Brody said.

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