Mountain Security and First Aid Training concludes in Nepal capital Kathmandu
22nd Sep, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Sep 22: Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN) has organized a four-day workshop on 'Mountain Security and First Aid Training’ at its secretariat in Kathmandu on September 18 till September 21.
Altogether 27 trekking guides affiliated with different trekking and expedition companies participated in the training which was given by 5 trainers. The workshop was supported by Embassy of France in Kathmandu.
Training & HR Coordinator of TAAN Shital Chandra Dharel coordinated the program. He said that the training was a part of TAAN’s ambition to produce trained manpower for the trekking and mountaineering sector.
The General Secretary of TAAN, Karna Lama said that TAAN is carrying on refreshment training from the very beginning. This workshop is organized by TAAN intent to easily cope with uncertainties during trekking and expedition.
“The workshop mainly focuses on mountain security and first aid.” He added.
Professional doctors from France have provided the training for the trekking guides.
Since the earthquake 2015 in Nepal, they feel these kinds of trainings are very mandatory not only for the guides but also for the local people. The workshop was affiliated with general medicine, mountain rescue and dealing problems in mountaineering like acute mountain sickness.