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Programmes for Schools & Universities

ICRS approach is based on tailor making programmes based on the needs and context of where your school is located, the type of facilities available, profile of students, as well as, the environment, driving culture and practices in the designated area where the schools is located and the students are from.ICRS approach is based on tailor making programmes based on the needs and context of where your school is located, the type of facilities available, profile of students, as well as, the environment, driving culture and practices in the designated area where the schools is located and the students are from.

The following are a set of 4 example programmes that ICRS offers schools:

1. Training Programme for Teachers and School's Staff

Aim: The Programme aims at sensitizing teachers and school staff to understanding road safety, providing them with tools on how to include aspects of road safety in schools curriculum and create a fun and educational environment for different age groups.

  • Provide teachers and school's staff with an understanding towards positive culture to road safety
  • Provide teachers and school's staff with tools on how to include road safety in their curriculum
  • Establish a "road safety friendly spaces" in the school
  • Establish bicycle safety training court in the school
  • Develop road safety squads to safeguard road users arriving/ leaving the school premises

2. Training workshop for young adults, ages 15-18

Aim: To expose young adults and "soon to be" new drivers with an understanding of the dangers and responsibility they carry when driving on the roads. Special consideration is also placed on managing peer pressure, speeding and impairment due to alcohol consumption.

  • Type of activities: frontal lectures, film screening, group discussions, simulations through "working stations", quizzes.
  • Topics covered:
  • Drunk driving
  • Impairment due to alcohol consumption and its effects on our daily function.
  • Distracted driving
  • Speeding
  • Reaction time
  • Helmet & seatbelt wearing
  • Managing peer pressure
  • Two wheelers and car driving

3. Training workshop for children, ages 7-14

Aim: Raising the awareness of children on good road safety behaviour when they play outside, ride bicycle, cross the road or get in and out of vehicles, as well as, to school.

  • Type of activities: film screening, classroom & outdoor activity, using culture as means of awareness raising such as through drawing and role plays, group and classroom discussions, quizzes and games.

  • Topics to be covered include:
  • Introduction to the basic principles of road safety
  • Understanding how to read road signals
  • Helmet & seatbelt wearing
  • Speeding and its implications
  • How to ride bicycles safely

4. First aid training

Themes and practices may include:

  • Basic life skills
  • Bandaging
  • Choking
  • Spinal Injury: responding to a casualty with suspected spinal injury
  • Unconscious casualty: recognition of life threatening conditions
  • Bleeding: responding to a casualty with minor or severe bleeding
  • Resuscitation
  • Stabilization, evacuation and transportation
  • Emergencies in public.

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