Thursday, 2 February 2017

Well Done Kerry

The team would would like to congratulate Kerry for becoming the first female ERCA master trainer for traditional rope courses.

After a selection process which included an interview over in Germany, Kerry was selected for this highly sought after position.

ERCA is the European Ropes Course association , which includes trainers , builders and inspectors of rope courses.

There aren't many master trainers positions in the UK and the skills Kerry uses in her industry help us in the Coastguard to train and maintain our equipment to the high standards set out by the Coastguard Service.

Master trainers , train and assess trainers who then go into the rope course industry to train instructors.

In December Kerry was one of the cliff technicians who descended the cliff three times to recover three of the five climbers who were stuck at Guillemot Ledge.


Anonymous said...

Congrats Kerry a great achievement & a valuable skill set to have in the service your team & yourself should be very proud & rightly so. From Hill Head CRT

Maggie said...

Many congratulations Kerry.....a great achievement.

Philp Robinson said...

Yay! Well done Kerry (again). Welcome to the elite! Ha ha ha!

John B said...

Well done Kerry. What an achievement and a great asset to the Swanage Coastguard Team. (Should get a Blue Peter Badge!!)