Suddenly, found these photos. Thought they’re gone forever. Luckily, i found them in my friend’s fb album.
These were in 2008, when I was studying a care-giving course. A program/study, “supposedly” funded/subsidized by our local government. But, in the end, fees, amounting to 20k pesos plus (for tuition fees, trainings, and more trainings) were collected.
At first, I was hesitant to enroll in the said program. Told myself, care-giving was totally different from my collegiate course which is accountancy. Thought that business and science were totally different fields. But, after attending the orientation at the municipal hall, and, deliberating that the venue of the study will be at our Barangay’s elementary school, except when on-hands training will be required, then venue will be at the city. Which, everybody agreed.
And, so, after six months of study cum training, I earned a diploma certificate…which, unfortunately, up to now, I hadn’t practiced. Too bad.
Different learning area it was, it became a challenged for me. Learning on basic anatomy, on simple health care…new horizons, if I may say so.
But, most memorable were the trainings we had attended. We had seminars like Basic Life Support and the pictures below was the training conducted by Philippine National Red Cross…learned so many things here…that, even, you or me, can provide help for those in need of emergency assistance.
Here, on our last training day, we need to apply in “reality” what have we learned from our trainors…
er, the “victims” and “the blood” were all HOAX!!! We’re in training, did I not warned you?
My Nostalgia entry for this week…