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Emergency response at the sports site! What would you do? -The case of fencing sites supported by physiotherapists-(4th Kita Ward Sports Volunteer Training Course) will be canceled to prevent the spread of infectious diseases caused by the new coronavirus.

In sports, risks such as injuries are inherent. In this 4th Kita Ward Sports Volunteer Training Course, you will learn how to respond quickly when an injured person occurs and how to prepare an emergency response plan or emergency response plan (EAP).

【theme】

"Emergency response at the sports site! What would you do?

-A case study of fencing sites supported by a physiotherapist-"

[Date]

March 1, 1980 (Sunday)
From 10:00 am to noon (reception desk: 9:30 …)

[Venue]

Akabane Gymnasium (3-46-16 Shimo)
Sub arena

[Content]

Classroom: Initial Response in Emergency

Practical skills: ・ Wheelchair transfer experience

・ Preparation of emergency response plan (EAP)

・ Fencing venue setting experience

* EAP: AED installation location, transport route, etc.

It is a summary of the flow of emergency response such as the location of ambulance arrival in advance.

【Teacher】

・ (Public corporation) Tokyo Physical Therapist Association

・ Tokyo Fencing Association

【Entry fee】

free

[Target]

Those who live, work, or attend high school students in the city

(University students with a comprehensive agreement with Kita Ward are also accepted)

※ Person who is not registered in Kita Ward sports volunteer system can participate.

[Capacity]

30 (advance application system, first come first served)

【Belongings】

Mobile clothes, indoor shoes, drinks

[How to apply]

Apply by phone, fax, e-mail
(In case of FAX or E-mail, please specify your name and phone number)

[Application]

Kita-ku Regional Development Department Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games Section

TEL: 03-5390-1136

Fax: 03-5390-1137

E-mail: spo-vol (at) city.kita.lg.jp
* Some notations have been changed to prevent suspicious emails. Please change (at) to @ and send.

The fourth Kita-ku sports volunteer training course handbill