Menu
Feb 22 - McCluskey: No Deal Brexit Would Be “Serious Blow” For Gibraltar

Feb 22 - McCluskey: No Deal Brexit …

Len McCluskey, the Genera...

Feb 22 - Gibraltar Careers Fair Next Week

Feb 22 - Gibraltar Careers Fair Nex…

The Gibraltar Careers Fai...

Feb 22 - UK Environment Experts In Gibraltar For Brexit Discussions

Feb 22 - UK Environment Experts In …

Experts from the UK Depar...

Feb 22 - Gibraltar Mental Welfare Society Holds Public Meeting

Feb 22 - Gibraltar Mental Welfare S…

The Gibraltar Mental Welf...

Feb 22 - Global Sound Movement To Put On Interactive Exhibition At The Magazine Studio Theatre

Feb 22 - Global Sound Movement To P…

Next week the Global Soun...

Feb 22 - Padel Tournament Raises Over £300 For Childline

Feb 22 - Padel Tournament Raises Ov…

World Trade Center Gibral...

Feb 22 - Government Says Together Gibraltar Concerns On School Parking Are "Misguided"

Feb 22 - Government Says Together G…

The Government says it no...

Feb 22 - Mayor Seeks Historical Images Relating To City Hall And Mayoralty

Feb 22 - Mayor Seeks Historical Ima…

The Mayor, Kaiane Aldorin...

Feb 22 - Government Says GSD Is "Out Of Touch" On Education

Feb 22 - Government Says GSD Is …

The Government says the G...

Feb 21 - Government “Disappointed” By Unite’s Decision To Organise Demonstration

Feb 21 - Government “Disappointed” …

The Government says that ...

Prev Next

Sep 07 - BCA Welcome Four New Recruits

The Borders and Coastguard Agency (BCA) have announced the completion of their training programme by four new recruits.

The training period consisted of a 6-week programme, which was designed to cover a wide range of issues to prepare the recruits for life as a Borders and Coastguard Officer.

The programme was completed by Angelo Lavagna, Janelle Franco, Kheizah Avellano and Philip Bruzon.

The topics covered by Andrew Victor, Michael Baldacchino and William Recagno of the Borders and Coastguard Training & Compliance Department have included, amongst others, courses on a Department of Transport (DfT) approved Aviation Ground Security Operative and Immigration.

The recruits have also been tasked with on the job training in order to be exposed to what will be their daily duties once their training was successfully completed. 

The CEO of the Borders and Coastguard Agency, Aaron Chipol said: “The Borders and Coastguard Agency plays an important role in securing the safety of Gibraltar through our various entry and exit points. Through the successful completion of this latest training programme our new Officers will be added to our very professional and hard-working roster.”

 

 





Useful Links

 
www.easy.office.gi
Virtual & Physical Office Space in Gibraltar

Other Items