Latest FireBreak students celebrate their success at Shoreham Fire Station

The latest graduates have completed a week of training, while also learning about CPR and fire safety.

 

Release date: 19 October 2018

The latest set of students taking part in West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service’s FireBreak programme have graduated at Shoreham Fire Station.

A Pass Out Parade took place at the station last Friday afternoon (12 October) with family, friends and instructors of the graduates watching them take part.

The students have completed a week of training, which has included hose running, ladder climbs and wearing breathing apparatus.

They have also learned about fire safety and CPR, and have gained a HeartStart first aid training qualification.

Assistant Chief Fire Officer Kieran Amos, who presented the graduates with their awards said: “Well done to another fantastic group of young people who have shown us hard work and determination. They should be really proud of their achievements.”

Cabinet Member for Safer, Stronger Communities Debbie Kennard said: “Congratulations and well done to all of our students. I hope they go away with some positive memories and valuable skills such as discipline, teamwork and improving self-confidence.”

Students taking part were:

• Bailey Newbery
• Cameron Woodward
• Chloe Saunders
• Olivia Gunn
• Harry Wade
• Josh Gebbett
• Mckenzie McBride
• Oscar Dellar
• Owen James
• Reece Kasey
• Shane Sallis
• Taylor Williams

They attend the following schools:

• Sir Robert Woodard Academy
• St Andrews CE School for Boys
• Davison CE High School
• Worthing High School
• Bohunt School
• Steyning Grammar School
• The Angmering School
• Chatsmore Catholic High School
• Shoreham Academy

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