On Jun 15, 2022

Rescue Water Craft Training Weekend

Over the long weekend, volunteers from the Marine Rescue Sussex Inlet unit conducted a two day Rescue Water Craft (Jet Ski) training course for its members.

The training boosted the skills of the Sussex Inlet unit members, helping ensure they are better prepared than ever to help in the case of an emergency.

The members were joined by Zone Duty Operations Commander Stuart Massey and State Headquarters training and capability staff (Stu) as well as Training and Capability staff Craig Lunn and Brad Whittaker.

This was the first training activity with Rescue Water Craft (RWCs) X13 and X14, two new RWCs that will support training activities and rescue operations across the state into the future.

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