Many of you would have seen the CSG protectors working throughout the carnival to protect the participants and agree that they do an amazing job ensuring the community is kept safe.
We would like to take this opportunity to inform you about the
CSG Magen training program
which will be run from April this year.
The CSG is taking a proactive approach in assisting all Jewish sporting teams to train their parents so they can add to the security presence at Jewish sporting events around Melbourne on a weekly basis.
For those of you that are not aware the Magen program is a 5 month course that is run for adults to equip you with the skills to protect all venues and functions in the community. The CSG would like to train as many parents in the community as possible so they can assist with security for all sporting teams. Sessions are held once a week in the evenings and breaks are taken over school holidays.
The CSG has shifted their focus with the Magen program from protecting shuls on a regular basis to encouraging parents to provide security at Jewish sporting events and their children’s schools, as well as creating a general security awareness and capability amongst the Jewish community.
We would like to encourage all parents to take the opportunity to undertake this training.
The CSG is hosting two information evenings on the
. Anyone who is interested in finding out more about the course is welcome to attend. Please click on the link below to register your interest. If you have any questions about the course please use the link to send your details to the CSG and someone on their recruitment team will be in touch with you.