May 23, 2024

The Baguio City National High School (BCNHS) recently organized a two-day seminar-training on first aid and basic life support for its student leaders on Feb. 9 and 10.

The event was conducted by the school’s Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council in partnership with UNTV News and Rescue.

The seminar aimed to equip student leaders with the knowledge and skills to respond effectively in emergency situations. The participants received comprehensive training on first aid management, CPR, and wound care.

The initiative highlights the school’s commitment to promoting a culture of preparedness and service among its students.

By empowering student leaders with life-saving skills, the BCNHS hopes to create a group of trained responders ready to assist in emergencies.

The importance of mastering basic first aid skills was emphasized throughout the training. Participants were reminded of the impact timely intervention can have in saving lives. By instilling a sense of responsibility and preparedness, the school aims to empower students to ensure the safety of their peers and the community.

The training represents a significant milestone in the school’s efforts to promote safety and resilience among its student leaders. Participants are now prepared to serve as ambassadors of preparedness and positive change within the school community.

The school remains dedicated to nurturing compassionate and proactive leaders. The training-seminar reflects its commitment to fostering a culture of service and empowerment among its students, demonstrating that everyone can play a role in saving lives with the right training and mindset. – Tess Macasinag