Sorry for the delay in blogging updates – time just seem to have accelerated, and finding some quiet time to sit down and write is challenging – which is great, because it means that I am spending all my time doing what I can here to do – teaching, and networking.
All three strands have been flat-out over the last few days, and we are rapidly approaching the final scenario – which is on Friday, and will pull together all of the candidates from all of the strands to deal with… well, it will have to be a surprise.
From the International Beach Lifeguard strand, I can certainly say that the standard of teaching, and the level of the conversations & technical questions has just increased hour by hour – let alone day by day. These guys are just so hungry for knowledge and training… it is incredible.
Lots of great suggestions were made at the RLSS Commonwealth African Forum that was held last night – a lot of passion & enthusiasm in the room. I am optimistic that feeding that information back into the Commonwealth will result in some clear action and progress being made in the not too distant future.
One small request from us to you. We work out in Africa to support the development of African water safety and lifesaving organisations. We support them by training trainers, providing technical advice, and sourcing funding.
We know you support us – because you’re reading this blog; which means we have probably asked for your money before.
We need your network to help grow our network – the more supporters we have engaged with us, the more likely we are to be able to source the help that we are looking for. Thank you.