Short First Aid Course by the Base Camp International Centers. (Canadian)
This short but productive Course was conducted today afternoon, 26 May, 2010 in the main classroom of The Professional Tour Guide School.
The trainers were:
- Heather Burley
- Marika Listenmaa
The Course contents were as follows:
- Small Wounds.
- Wounds with embedded objects.
- Large Bleeding/Amputations.
- Head Injury.
- Unconsciousness, etc.
They hope there will be another opportunity like this next time.
Much thanks goes to the two experts, the organization that sent them and to Mr. Moses, our Graduate who is now working with ...............
At the end of this page are Interviews with some.
Above: Handouts given to students.
Above: Moses with Mr. Izoba, Principal looking at the sample of the Certificates that will be issued to the participants.
Below: A few photos taken during the training session.
Please enjoy it!
Above: Demonstrating on Handling someone with Neck Injury.
Above: Moving a patient with a Spinal Injury into a vehicle.
Above: She fell off from a very high Kopje and lions are abundant! She must be moved to safety!
Above: dealing with different degrees of burns.
Comments from students.
Mr. Mokili Ole Sokoi: The course was great! Short and clear.
Mr. Joel Joseph Negga: It was a good idea to prepare Certificates. We will need them, soon!
Miss Prisca: Most of the contents we do them with teacher Victor. But it was good to hear it from different people.
Mr. Lodrick Swai: The best part? I think there was more practice than theory.
Miss Fortunata: It was good. You know Wazungu are very fast and precise!
Miss Anna: The course was short but anyway, it was good. A bit difficult to follow up but the practice helped a great deal. Thanks for the Certificates!
Mr. Ezekiel: I think we should do it more often. The practice was very good.
Mr. Harold: I grasp as much as I could. Not everything. It was good.
Mr. Robert: I was luck to be around, benefit with it and the Certificate. Very rare!
Mr. Ashery: Hopefully we all understand how important this short court course was. I don't think it will happen again. If it come back again, I will come even after graduation.