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    Hi Beetle001

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    To be honest @Beetle I was actually looking forward to the 11 Oct training but have sort of picked up on the under currents of all correspondence. I sincerely wish you the best and hopefully in time...

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    Beetle001

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    Hi all

    I have decided it is in the interest of the CTWUG training portfolio that I not hold the position and/or assume training responsibilities.

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