June 30, 2017

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First aid course to enhance capacity of TVET teachers

Trainees taking practice in first-aid course,  organized by Myanmar Red Cross Society.
Trainees taking practice in first-aid course, organized by Myanmar Red Cross Society.

The First Aid Instructor Course for Technical and Vocational Education and Training Teachers (TVET) organized by Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS), began at the Government Technical High School in Nay Pyi Taw on 12 January.
The course includes topics on first aid concept, victim assessment, varoius injuries, wounds and bleeding, dressing and bandaging, handling and transportation, and facilitation skills. The MRCS trainers are facilitating twenty trainees, who have recently completed the Basic Fire Safety Training. The course will last up to 18 January.
This course is the second in series of capacity building training which will enable the teachers assigned to the project to deliver competency-based modular short courses to disadvantaged youth in the following skill areas: construction, welding, and maintenance and repair of farm equipment and motorcycles and other simple commonly used machinery.
The course was conducted under the ‘Skills Development for Inclusive Growth’ pilot project implemented by Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Industry and funded by Asian Development Bank-ADB and Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction-JFPR.

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