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June 10th, 2015
June 10th, 2015

2015 Instructor Course

CCGA C&A held its first Instructor Course since the roll out of our new Phase Training program. The Course was held at Hamilton Beach rescue Unit from June 5th - 7th 2015, and there were 12 Instructor candidates from across our Region in attendance.
The candidates participated in both in class and on water exercises to demonstrate their teaching and instructing capabilities and knowledge of the course content.  The weekend was very successful and we now have 12 new instructors in our Region. Many thanks to all that attended the course, our lead instructors, CCG, and H.B.R.U.

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