In all, 50 personnel drawn from various services such as the National Ambulance Service,
Ghana Police Service, the Prisons and the Ghana Armed Forces partake in the training.
Addressing the graduands, the Reviewing Officer for the occasion, Deputy MATS Commandant,
Brig. Gen. STM Osabutey congratulated all the graduands for their discipline and hard
work throughout the period of the four-months long training.
A National Ambulance Service (NAS) Physical Instructor, Senior Emergency Medical Technician (SEMT) Yamoah over the weekend passed out at the Military Academy Training School (MATS) in Accra. SEMT Yamoah who has undergone a four months Advance Physical Training Instructors (APTI) course has therefore been certified as Advanced Physical Training Instructor.
On the importance of physical training, the Brigadier General noted that physical training itself promotes good health, maintains healthy weight as well as good mental health.He urged them to keep up the hard work and discipline when they return to their various workplaces.
He said, 'I will urge you all to keep up the spirit of hard work and discipline in order to be able to impact what u learnt here into others when you go back� He congratulated the award winners for their excellent performance and encouraged all the graduands to keep going higher. He admonishes all to continue to observe the COVID 19 protocols and wished them well in their career.