Anatoly is a qualified teacher, sports coach and rehabilitation therapist. He spent over two decades working in a variety of teaching, hospital and emergency response roles and brings this extensive knowledge and experience into his first aid training, helping prepare trainees to respond to real world situations with confidence. Anatoly puts everything into simple terms that everyone can understand, while adding a bit of humour, so students learn life skills while having fun.
Anatoly is very passionate about ice hockey and that’s what he does outside of work - coaching the Canterbury Red Devils regional ice hockey team as well as New Zealand National team – the Ice Blacks.
Donevon is a qualified New Zealand Resuscitation Council Certified First Aid trainer and qualified to teach NZQA unit standards. With 7 years Ambulance Medic and 9 years First Aid training experience he ensures that all his students can learn in a fun yet conducive environment to adopt the skills of First Aid. He is passionate about First Aid, helping people, and loves teaching and meeting new people.
When Donevon is not working he loves to spend time outdoors, tramping, biking and taking in the beautiful sights of New Zealand. Donevon believes in community support, helping wherever, whenever and however one can.
Rick joined the TriEx team in2017 with a wealth of knowledge. Prior to coming onboard he spent 16 years with New Zealand Red Cross. His experience has included teaching First Aid courses from basic first aid, Pre Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC) to advanced resuscitation. He also was involved with training and certifying instructors as well as development of their courses. During this time Rick also spent 13 years internationally delivering the "Train the Trainer" and "First Aid in Situations of Violence" courses among various other duties. Rick is New Zealand Resuscitation Council Core Advanced certified and he has been a qualified New Zealand resuscitation council first aid instructor since 2002. Rick brings with him over 40 years' experience responding to emergencies as a firefighter, both here in New Zealand and overseas. Rick loves to bring humour into his classroom as he feels we learn so much better while having fun.
When not working Rick still volunteers in his local Fire Brigade and enjoys spending time with his family and friends.
Ritchie joined the TriEx Team in 2018. He has extensive experience working both in clinical and academic nursing and has worked as a Nurse and Clinical Instructor in different clinical areas. He has established a review and training centre for healthcare professionals in Philippines. Working as lecturer, facilitator and director of this organisation provided comprehensive skills of leadership and mentoring. He offered different academic programme such as national state board review for nurses and teachers, International testing review e.g. NCLEX and CGFNS.
Ritchie has also conducted First Aid Training courses for the workplace and the community. In New Zealand, he has worked as Community Support worker and Team Leader-life and wellbeing in health and disability sector, also worked as healthcare assessor, training/ programme developer and lecturer for various health and management courses such as New Zealand Certificate in health and wellbeing for Maori and Pasifika and facilitated health services management level 7 and business management level 7 for International students in Auckland.