Climbing Course

Nov 11, 2009   //   by Caitriona   //   Training  //  No Comments


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Doolin Coast Guard Unit have taken part in a climbing course over 3 days. Doolin was the first  of the Coast Guard climbing teams around the country to undergo this course , delivered by Mike O’Shea of  Work at Height Training Ltd, and his team of instructors. The unit was  instructed on a new climbing system and also individually assessed.The climbing was carried out at Ballyreen, while class instruction was delivered at Doolin Community Centre. On the last day the team were given a  rescue climbing scenario to work through using the new system.

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