Am I the only one with a different slant on this....
... surely the Candidate is the Leader.
The incident happened on a 5 star assessment......was attending.
One of the Guinea Pigs was struggling a bit with the conditions & had capsized a few times which were quickly sorted
... it was decided that he should paddle into
... he had a boatful of water but unfortunately he capsized again ....
Just prior to this I was told ...
Once people start telling you what to do you are no longer the Leader. Game over.
..... before we were able to reach the coast guard. In the back of our minds was whether the other group were trying
to contact the coast...
They would've been worried I am sure.
......decided to take the offer of a lift from the coastguard .....
I'm not sure the RNLI (if it was such) would wave a happy 'Good bye, and good luck', once called.
This 5* mulllarky is a bit of a game eh? My understanding is that the Candidate is the Leader on this particular course so
looking over your shoulder would be a no, no, I would guess.
From this distance, and I appreciate the distance, it looks to me as if the assessor let things go to a point, and with
unfortunate further complications, the scenario deteriorated into one where the services had to be involved. I would'n't
place all the blame on them. Par for the course, isn't it?
'Could happen to any of us'; I've read that many times on here.
Would be nice to get a different perspective.
... shoot me.
"I sink therfore I am".