RNLI Cromer crew pass assessments
Lifeboats News Release
Over the last nine months both shore crew and boatcrew have been working to pass the assessments that allow them to be fully trained in various areas of their volunteering.
This has all taken place while the station has maintained its COVID secure status and yet remained ready for any calls to launch.
The chart below shows how many assessments have been undertaken by crew, how many courses attended and the numbers of crew who have passed out as fully trained in various areas of RNLI competency.
2021 Month Assessments Courses Pass-outs
DEC 19 3 -
NOV - - -
OCT 16 - 1
SEP 3 - 2
AUG 3 1 1
JUL 17 3 1
JUN 16 - 3
MAY 17 - 2
APR 17 - 3
Everyone at RNLI Cromer sends their thanks to the crew members involved for the hard work and hours spent in completing the above.
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