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IRCSN conducts first aid training for fitness trainers

By EMN Updated: Feb 06, 2024 3:37 pm
The Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland State Branch
Kholie Dolf with members of the PAWF Nagaland during the first aid training programme for fitness trainers.

DIMAPUR — The Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland State Branch (IRCSN), in collaboration with PAWF Nagaland (Performing Arts with Fitness), conducted a two-day first aid training programme on February 5 and 6 at the PAWF Centre GX Studio, Opp. Chekiye Gate, Dimapur.

An update from the IRCSN stated that the training saw active participation from 11 fitness trainers associated with PAWF Nagaland.

The training was conducted by St. John Ambulance first aid master trainer, Kholie Dolf and the comprehensive programme encompassed both theoretical knowledge and practical applications of first aid.

“The training aimed to equip fitness trainers with essential life-saving skills and knowledge, emphasising the importance of quick and effective response in emergency situations,” it stated.

Dolf, an experienced and certified first aid master trainer, provided invaluable insights into various aspects of first aid, including CPR techniques, wound care and emergency response strategies.

The participants were actively engaged in hands-on practical sessions, simulating real-life scenarios to enhance their proficiency in providing immediate assistance.

“The Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland State Branch is committed to promoting community health and safety through initiatives like this first aid training programme. The collaboration with PAWF Nagaland demonstrates the organization’s dedication to fostering partnerships that contribute to the well-being of the community,” the release stated.

The participants expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge in first aid, recognising the importance of being well-prepared to respond effectively in times of need.

“This successful collaboration is a testament to the shared commitment of both organisations towards building a safer and healthier community. The Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland State Branch looks forward to further collaborations and endeavours that contribute to the overall well-being of the people in Nagaland,” it added.

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By EMN Updated: Feb 06, 2024 3:37:32 pm
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