RNLI Clacton crew celebrate success in casualty care training
Members of the Clacton-on-Sea volunteer lifeboat crew celebrated recently when they were presented with certificates in recognition of passing critical training to enable the team to support and care for casualties.
The crew members have all recently studied hard, attended the course and completed their Casualty Care training and every single crew member passed with flying colours.
This is testament to each crew members determination, dedication and drive to always learn more and have the best training to help them to help communities when needed.
The station offers many congratulations to everyone.
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