All Terrain 4×4 Training Course Underway

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Please note we will release dates for the next set of training courses on the All Terrain website. Be sure to check our Friday newsletter for the announcement.

The 10th saw a group of learners begin their training against Unit Standard 254135 at the Cross Country offices.┬áThe first session is a theoretical one which ends with a written test whereafter learners complete and assignment before embarking on the last stage which is the practical training and evaluation.The course is presented by the Nissan 4×4 Club and Cross Country in conjunction with The Training Connection as TETA registered service provider.Student thoroughly enjoyed the training and the facilities as well as the eats on offer provided by Cross Country.

Please note we will release dates for the next set of training courses on the All Terrain website. Be sure to check our Friday newsletter for the announcement.

If you would like to be notified of the new course, please send an email to admin@allterrain.co.za.

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Glyn Demmer

My first 4x4 was a Nissan Hardbody thereafter I started travelling all over the country. In 1992 we held a big 4x4 day with hundreds of Nissan families, and then the 4x4 bug really bit. A friend Monty Brett and I started running 4x4 courses at the Hennops Off-road Trail just outside of Johannesburg. At first we offered day-and-a-half courses that started on Friday afternoon and finished on Saturday afternoon. Hannes Grobler the Rally Ace regularly assisted, and we reached a nice balance between our two styles and our skills.

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