Each team member undergoes special training, which includes half a year of training, 3 exams, 2 of which are theoretical – and final – actions in practice. Then, finally, the team is prepared enough for the first assistance job.
Also, during the training, preparation for emergency situations is provided. Their task is to simulate an educational extreme case as close as possible to reality in order to test the team for the possibility of solving such problems.
In the Coast Guard, there is special training in real situations – when one team is a young one, assists an already formed team in order to learn from their experience, skills, and abilities in order to be considered complete.
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