The project of the Ecological faculty students "First aid training club" enters the next stage of the All-Russian competition "Volunteer of Russia-2018"

The project of the Ecological faculty students "First aid training club" enters the next stage of the All-Russian competition "Volunteer of Russia-2018"

The project "First aid training club" for students of RUDN Ecological faculty entered the full-time stage of the regional selection of the All-Russian competition "Volunteer of Russia-2018" in the nomination "Brave hearts". Now the team has to present its work to the expert committee of the contest and compete for reaching the final. The presentation lasts only 4 minutes.

The club was founded in autumn 2017, by several students and teachers of the Department of Applied Ecology of RUDN Ecological Faculty. At the time of its foundation, it was a small course on life-wrestling - a technique for mass training in first aid skills with mandatory training on robot simulators showing various injuries and accidents. During one year, 500 people underwent the practical course. The result of all activities is the First Aid Training Club, which created its HSE-management School.

In total, over 200 applications were submitted in 12 nominations in Moscow, covering various areas - protection of the cultural environment and historical memory, promotion of security culture, educational activities, work with unprotected layers of the population, etc.

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