Meet the Team
Cornell Morton originally worked for ATNS where she gained valuable experience as an Air Traffic Services Assistant at various Airfields in South Africa, over a period of 18 years. During this time she also received training and in turn supplied internal Quality Management System (QMS) and Safety Management System (SMS) Audits as part of an inspection Team. In addition to this she has also worked as an Administration Manager at a Flying School where her work portfolio included Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Facilitation, Internal Auditing, Restricted Radio Lecturing and Testing, Language Proficiency Testing and Administration Support. She is a keen team player who is very passionate about Aviation and prides herself in delivering a professional service.
Marlene Slade holds a Bachelors of Commerce in Hospitality Management and a Bachelors of Business Administration with minors in Lodge Management and Tourism Development. Upon completing her studies she started her career working as a Scuba Diving Instructor Trainer where she also became an instructor in the following courses: First Aid Level 1 – 3, Recreational Vessel Skippers License, Oxygen Provider and Automated External Defibrillation Training. Marlene is very passionate about the ocean, the life in it and the safety on it. She is the Training Officer at NSRI Station 11 – Port Alfred and thoroughly enjoys assembling training schedules and facilitating crew learning and growth. Marlene is excited to be the Marine Project Developer and grow in the Aviation and Offshore industry where her focus will be on First Aid and VHF (DSC) training.
Susanne le Roux‘s career over the past 20 years included Legal Secretary to a Lawyer doing litigation and, at a later stage, Debt Collector for the same company. Thereafter, she joined another company as a Debt Collector. Debt collection gave her the opportunity to give good advice, and help many people overcome their shortcomings. She ended up making many friends during her career as a Debt Collector. In her final years with the company, she stepped into the role of Manager, which included the responsibility of managing the Company’s Trust Account, and payouts to clients. She is goal driven and will work diligently to achieve a positive result for all parties involved.
Michaela’s passion for the ocean drew her to the coast where she is a sea-going crew member at NSRI Station 11 – Port Alfred. She is keen to use this passion within the company where her focus will be on VHF (DSC) as well as First Aid training. Michaela enjoys skill development and looks forward to integrating the skills learnt from the Critical Incident Stress Management Course in her areas of concern.
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Talking Radio is an authorised Independent Training Centre of First Medical Response and can offer the following programmes: First Aid Level 1, 2 and/or 3; Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR); Automated External Defibrillation (AED), and Emergency Oxygen Administration. We have qualified personnel to attend to any company’s training needs.
First Medical Response is registered with the Emergency Care Safety Institute (International), SETA/SAQA and the South African Department of Labour as an accredited First Aid Training Provider in terms of the OSHACT (Act 85 of 1993 – GSR 3.
The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) was established on the 1st April 1998 under the SAMSA Act 5 of 1998. SAMSA’s obligation is to:
– Ensure safety of life and property at sea
– Prevent and combat pollution from ships in the marine environment
– Promote the Republic’s maritime interests.
Talking Radio is a SAMSA accredited training institution in terms of Part 4, section 85 of the Merchant Shipping (Safe Manning, Training and Certification) Regulations, 2013, as amended. This accreditation allows Talking Radio to present Short Range Certificate courses to the general public or professional mariners.
Talking Radio is proud to be an associate member of the South African Oil and Gas Alliance (SAOGA). This organisation actively works with government and parastatal entities to ensure that public policy and infrastructure supports a competitive environment for upstream and midstream suppliers. Part of the associated services which Talking Radio facilitates includes the supply of:
(a) VHF radio (Aeronautical) certification for all Helicopter Landing Officers and Radio Operators working on offshore installations.
(b) VHF radio (Short Range) certification for all applicable Marine personnel in accordance with Mariners notice no.4 of 2016.
The SAOGA organisation is the ideal platform for Talking Radio and its mission statement, backed by their interest and enthusiasm in ongoing skills development for Southern Africa, truly supports the TR ideology.
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VHF RT Training
TalkingRadio has supplied VHF RT training to the following schools, institutions, carriers and operators:
43 AIR SCHOOL
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS
WORKING ON FIRE
OFF ROAD RESCUE UNIT
VHF for AERONAUTICAL OFFSHORE:
SOUTH AFRICAN HANGLIDER AND PARAGLIDER ASSOCIATION
RESTRICTED & GENERAL:
FTS – Grand Central
AVIATOR TRAINING ACADEMY
EAST RAND GLIDING CLUB
AVIATION TOWARDS SUCCESS (ATS)
CAPE FLYING SERVICES
CAPE TOWN FLIGHT TRAINING CENTRE (CTFTC)
GOOD HOPE FLYING CLUB
RECREATIONAL AVIATION ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
43 AIR SCHOOL