The course is financed by the Gijón City Council Employment Plan
The Gijón Marina, together with the Roxu Machinery School, carried out a simulation exercise this Friday. Eleven students, participants in the first course to obtain a professional certification for boats and jet skis, executed a series of maneuvers with semi-rigid boats and jet skis with rescue platforms (stretchers).
They carried out several techniques for approaching an unconscious person, in an emergency situation in the aquatic environment, and later rescuing him.
The event was attended by the manager of the Gijón Marina, Flower Saved; Mariola Gutierrezresponsible for the school that taught for the first time in Asturias the official qualification of the Certificate of Professionalism of the Government of Boats and Jet Skis intended for lifeguarding; David Rivera Director of the Gijón Employment Agency; Theresa Valleytraining manager of the Gijón City Council; miguel angel perezFire Chief of Asturias; oscar rodriguezSEPA Manager; Juan Carlos PastorSecond Commander of Gijón and Alexander Garciadeputy of the El Roxu Machinery School, among other guests.
For four months and thanks to funding from the Employment Plan of the Gijón City Council, the participants received training in skills and abilities in the aquatic environment, maintenance, conservation and control, navigation and security guard, as well as first aid.
As Guarda well assured in his brief speech, in which he sincerely thanked those present in addition to the City Council, after this first promotion there will be many more.
“We have a magnificent coast to carry out this type of courses”, he said goodbye.