“The No.1 Priority”
This module is very important for all individuals who wish to conduct, lead or support a forest school session in the great wilderness. It lays the foundational though dry aspect of managing risk and ensuring safety. Almost 80 percent of the learning in this module are expected to help us be ready for unexpected circumstances. As a Master Forest School Leader once said, “We prepare so that it will never happen”.
Content & Agenda of Training Module
(o) INTRODUCTION TO FOREST SCHOOL
To understand what forest school is about.
(i) SAFETY – POLICIES & PROTOCOLS
Areas Covered: Risk Management Policy | Safeguarding Child
(ii) SAFETY – PREPARATION
Areas Covered: Risk Assessment | Risk-Benefit Assessment | Dynamic Assessment | Operation Assessment Practice
(iii) SAFETY – ENVIRONMENT
Areas Covered: THREE Natural Elements | FOUR Emergency Rescue Routes of the Great FSS Campus | FIVE Drills of Park Safety
(iv) SAFETY – CONDUCTING PROCEDURES
Areas Covered: First Aid | Positional Awareness | Puncture Wounds | Physical Trauma | Tool Policy | Food Hygiene | Fire Safety
(v) EMERGENCY EXECUTION
Areas Covered: Accident & Emergency Procedure | Missing Child
***Note on Keeping an Open Mind
What you learn must not be taken as the fact or the only truth in your learning journey. It should serve as a guiding force/direction to your understanding. It is your prerogative to focus on where you can relate and learn better.
Details of the Training
Date: TBC (Thursday)
Time: TBC (Evening)
Location: Online (Google Meet)
Group size: Maximum 5 pax
Requirement: A google email account
Conducted by: TBC
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