The RNLI is training lifeguards from around the world on a beach in Dorset as part of an ambitious project to reduce drowning fatalities.
Dorset resident and former Portsmouth manager, Harry Redknapp, insists he has no plans to retire after leaving Tottenham today.
The former Portsmouth manager is now formerly of Tottenham as well, after the club released a statement announcing he was leaving.
Lifeguards from around the world are being trained on the south coast in how to save lives at sea. More than a million people worldwide drown every year.
This training programme is the first of its kind and it's aimed at preventing deaths in countries, where life saving services are limited.
Martin Dowse reports.
Martin Dowse spoke to lifeguards Ankit Wagh and Syed Fazle Naiz. He also spoke to the RNLI's development manager Steve Wills.
Harry Redknapp has spoken of his disappointment after leaving Tottenham Hotspur FC. Speaking outside his home in Sandbanks, Dorset, the ex manager has said decision to part ways was amicable.
Harry had been at Tottenham for four years and still had a year left to run on his contract, but it's understood he failed to agree a new contract with the club chairman.
I know Spurs are a bunch of dimwits, but getting rid of Harry Redknapp is, even by their standards, unbelievable idiocy.From @piersmorgan on Twitter:
Read the full statement from Tottenham on their website. The link is below.
Earlier this year, Harry Redknapp spoke exclusively to Fred Dinenage. He'd just been cleared of tax evasion and speculation was rife that he'd take over as England manager.