Orzol Becomes K38 Adjunct



February 21, 2019
By K38 LLC

Orange County, CA – K38 today announces that Mr. Mateusz Orzol has joined with K38 Poland and will be representing K38 in 2019 for a variety of training programs and event services.

“We are thrilled to have Mr. Orzol as part of our K38 team. We select instructors based off their dedication to safety, representing consistent standardization and a willingness to further their professional development to support future Coxswains in their qualification process”, states K38 Founder Ms. Shawn Alladio.


Mateusz joins K38 just in time for opening training programs beginning this spring. He is a Lifeguard Gdynia instructor and team leader at Rope Freaks. He currently works at OSP RW Gydnia.

K38 selection process is a secure and mindful program for instructor recruitment. Instructors go through a 1 year probationary period after they have successfully completed their foundational K38 qualification courses.

Mr. Orzol will come under direct guidance of Mr. Jakub Friendeberger, Mr. Michal Matejowski and Mr. Jakub Wozniak who are the lead directors representing Rescue Water Craft Training and Services in Poland.

For more information please visit: www.K38Poland.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/K38Poland/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/k38poland
Email: K38Jakub@gmail.com


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