SSAA Victoria has shown its commitment to improving firearms safety and skill with the appointment of a new training manager at Box Hill State Office.
Fady Khalife, who has more than 10 years’ experience in the vocational education and training sector, joins the small team in Box Hill to develop shooting and hunting training programs.
He takes on the role as Assistant Manager Training and Education, which was created within the Hunting Development department.
“We believe training and education is the key to the future of the shooting sports and we are pleased to welcome a dedicated professional to this newly created role,” said SSAA Victoria CEO Jack Wegman.
“As Victoria’s largest shooting organisation, our aim is to grow shooting sports in all disciplines in the State and this appointment was a key to achieving that.”
Fady worked previously with TAFE and other well-known registered training organisations as a trainer and senior resource developer and said he’s happy to be bringing those skills to SSAA Victoria.
“My job is to develop educational programs for firearms users to improve skill, knowledge and safety,” he said.
“We will be offering courses for all levels of ability and for all firearms disciplines available through SSAA Victoria’s sub-clubs and branches.”