Training Session with Little Grand Rapids First Nation


We were pleased to have a group of of Little Grand Rapids First Nation’s Health Workers come to our Head Offices in Winnipeg for a training session on the Rear Accessible Promaster today! After flying to Winnipeg on Thursday evening, they joined us first thing at MoveMobility to begin the session, which was conducted by Simon Jones.

Rear Entry Medical Van Training with Little Grand Rapids First Nation

During the training session, Simon instructed the group on the rear access for wheelchairs, wheelchair harness and securement, seat removal and installation, heat and air controls, and safety hazard awareness. The group received certificates showing they had undergone the training, as well as MoveMobility mugs and Emmitt, our moose mascot!

Read more about the Rear Ramp Promaster Van here!

Thank you to Robert C. Leveque, Naomi Moar, Clarence Keeper, and Ezra Owen for attending!

little grand rapids training on rear accessible promaster


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