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McLeod Cranes, Hiabs, and Transport: Sponsors of the Aquatic Skills Trust

The Aquatic Survival Skills Trust: Empowering Children, Saving Lives

At McLeod Cranes, Hiabs, and Transport, and we are incredibly proud to be sponsors of the remarkable Aquatic Skills Trust. We are passionate about supporting our community and promoting water safety education, which is why we have joined forces with the Aquatic Survival Skills Trust to make a positive impact in the lives of children.

This would not be possible with out the continued support of our customers. THANK YOU
So when you next see a McLeod Hiab, Truck or Crane have a look at who we are working for, these amazing customers are the key, they help us make these community initiatives possible.

Enhancing Water Safety in Our Community

At McLeod Cranes, Hiabs, and Transport, we deeply care about the well-being of individuals in our community, particularly when it comes to water safety.

We understand the significance of early education in preventing accidents and saving lives. That is why we are committed to supporting the Aquatic Skills Trust, as it equips children with vital knowledge and skills to navigate water environments safely.

Aquatic Survival Skills Trust

Aquatic Survival Skills Program

The Aquatic Survival Skills Program is an invaluable initiative that assists teachers in educating primary school students about water survival skills. In collaboration with Swimming New Zealand, this program emphasizes practical skills that empower children to become confident and responsible around water.

Specifically designed for students in Years 5/6, this comprehensive program covers essential survival skills required for various water activities. From teaching techniques for floating and treading water to introducing basic rescue methods, the Aquatic Survival Skills Program ensures that children are well-prepared to handle potential water hazards.

Water Skills for Life Program

Our commitment to water safety education extends further with the Water Skills for Life Program. This program sets the standard for aquatic education in New Zealand primary schools and aligns with the national education curriculum. It provides children with the skills and knowledge necessary to assess risks and make informed decisions around water.

For schools with pools and serving Decile 1-6, Years 0-8 students, we offer the Water Skills for Life Program. Going beyond traditional swimming lessons, this program fosters a comprehensive understanding of water environments. Students learn to identify potential hazards, develop critical thinking skills, and acquire the necessary techniques to navigate water safely.

Supporting Our Community, One Step at a Time

McLeod Cranes, Hiabs, and Transport take great pride in supporting initiatives that benefit our community. By sponsoring the Aquatic Skills Program, we aim to provide children with valuable water safety education that can truly make a difference in their lives. We believe in the power of education and its ability to instill confidence and promote responsible behavior around water.

Through our partnership with the Aquatic Survival Skills Trust, we can contribute to the well-being of children and the overall safety of our community. We are honored to be able to offer these programs, free of charge, and reach a broader audience. Together, we can create a culture of water safety and empower future generations to enjoy water environments with confidence.

Making a Positive Impact

At McLeod Cranes, Hiabs, and Transport, we firmly believe that supporting water safety education is a responsibility we all share. By investing in programs like the Aquatic Skills Program, Eastern Bay of Plenty Surf Life Saving and the Beyond the Surface project in the Waikato with Deep Dive Division to clear the Waikato River of cars, scooters and other debris we are actively contributing to the safety and well-being of our communities,

Together, we can make water ways safe, empower children, save lives, and create a future where everyone can enjoy water activities responsibly.

If you want to learn more about our commitment to community support and water safety, please visit our website or reach out to our dedicated team.

Together, let’s make a positive impact and ensure a safer future for everyone.

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