Tangerang Selatan – The Nawakara Training Center held its 39th Gada PratamaTraining, Wednesday (15/7) at Padepokan Rajawali Nawakara, Bintaro, South Tangerang. There are 35 participants in this training, the first training held during the COVID-19 pandemic period.
“This is the first training in the COVID-19 pandemic era. Certainly different from previous training. In this training we are very concerned about health protocol,” said Sutan Syaiful Haq, Head of the Nawakara Training Center.
Sutan explained, some things were design specifically for this training, such as limitation the training area inside the Padepokan Rajawali Nawakara fence, and and restrictions on training time until 5 pm. However, it is certain that these conditions do not affect the quality of achievement.
"Some physical training has indeed been reduced, but mandatory police training continues to be carried out. For physical exercise, some of the focus is shifted to planning and concentration in carrying out health protocols. This is a new challenge that must be endured during the 14 days of the Gada PratamaTraining," said Sutan, seriously.
The opening of the 39th Gada Pratama Training was attended by all relevant shareholders. Directorate of Community Guidance and Development Metro Jaya Regional Police, that represented by Kasubditbinsatpam, AKBP Djadjang Hasan Basri took part in opening the event. Apart from the police, the event was also attended by clients, operational teams and related projects.
The Gada Pratama training held by Nawakara Training Center is in demand because it has a difference compared to other Security Guards basic training. In addition to ensuring that all materials must be delivered, the Nawakara Gada PratamaTraining also includes additional material to broaden the training participants' insights. Call it HSE, industry relations, submitted reporting, interpersonal skills, and much more, taught by people who have experience in their fields.