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Our Lady of Fatima University

120 McArthur Highway, Marulas, Valenzuela City

Documentation on National Service Training Program

Submitted to:
Professor Miriam San Diego

Submitted by: P-13 Villaviray, Nestie Bryal C. Fernandez, Heidi Lupisan, Andrei D.C. Bagadiong, Ellyson John L.

April 2013

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INTRODUCTION
Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country. It is a notable quotation from U.S. President John F. Kennedy during his inaugural address. This passage challenged his countrymen to do their responsibility as a citizen which is to serve and protect the state. This principle can be the reason why the 1987 constitution mandated all the college students to take up NSTP or National Service Training Program (NSTP). A program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth by developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three program components. Its various components are specially designed to enhance youths active contribution to the general welfare. The Act affirmed that the prime duty of the government was to serve and protect its citizens. In turn, it shall be the responsibility of all the citizens to defend the security of the State and because of this the government may require each citizen to render personal, military or civil service. Recognizing the youth's vital role in national building, the State shall promote civic consciousness among the youth and shall develop their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism, nationalism and advance their involvement in public and civic affairs.

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This summer, from April 22 to May 13, we had our NSTP class under the supervision of Mrs. Miriam San Diego. We underwent different activities like the water survival, rescue training and basic life support. All of the activities serve as a preparation in case of national emergency or when the state needed the help of its countrymen.

EXPECTATION
We did not expect too much because we dont want to disappoint ourselves in case we did not meet those expectations. We just want to enjoy and have fun this summer. But of course, there are things that we want to experience. We like to do some outreach program, to learn new things that we can apply in our daily lives and to meet new friends and people. Again, we just want to enjoy the summer vacation while having our NSTP so we hope that this course will not be demanding or serious. We want to have some rest from the stressful subjects that we had during the regular class. As a student, being adventurous is normal thats why were hoping to face some challenging activities where we can show our abilities and skills. In this world, we are exposed in different kinds of people. Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay and become your friends. So while taking our NSTP this summer we are open to encounter fresh faces and make friends on them. But at the end, we should not forget the real essence why we should take the NSTP course.
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WATER AND JUNGLE SURVIVAL

Report: On April 25, 2013 we went to Parada Sports Complex to have our water survival. Some of the students were exempted because they already had their swimming class in PE 3. For those who underwent the training, they were asked first to feel the water and do the bubbles. It was done in order to get rid of their fear on water. They learned the basic skills like the different kind of floating, and the flutter kick. After the water survival, we had the jungle survival. In this training, we were taught to make fire using the bamboo stick. We can also make a spoon, plate glass using the same materials. Expectation: Were hoping to have some camping where the jungle survival can be taught so it will become more realistic. Recommendation: More facilities in Parada Sports Complex where we can assure our privacy. More cubicles or room where we can change our clothes. Camping for jungle survival.

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Students preparing for back float.

Students doing the tuck float.

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Ms. Nuguid demonstrating how to make a fire using the bamboo.

The student applying what they had learned.

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RESCUE TRAINING
Report: On April 29, 2013 we underwent some training related to rescuing. We perform the rappelling, wall climbing and zip line. Before doing those activities, the instructors taught us the skills needed. They introduced us the different equipments like the rope and the karabiner. They also showed the improvised harness using the rope made from Manila hemp and the steps on how to do it. They demonstrated the proper position and handling on the rope. Expectation: Actually, the only expectation is that the activity on this day will be hard and challenging. Recommendation: We noticed that the equipments are damaged and old. We understand because it is a public institution. And we think that the place can only accommodate a maximum of 50 to 60 individuals. So 100 individuals can make the place congested. There is also a lack on ventilation.

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A 40 m high tower. Left side is for the rappelling & the right side is for wall climbing.

Rescue rappelling. The one who is holding the rope is the rescuer carrying the victim.

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Wall climbing

A zip line with 60 meters length.

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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT


Report: On April 29, 2013 at the Rescue 177 Training Center, we had our Basic Life Support Training. This is one of the requirements in NSTP. The activity starts at 12 oclock in the afternoon. The students are under the supervision of registered medical officials some are professor from other universities and some are registered nurse. This training gives the listeners all the theories needed in dealing with life threatening emergencies. We also had the chance to perform what we had learned. In our group Ellyson and Nestie were tasked to do the cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. Expectations In this activity we expect to have more knowledge and new theories about emergency situation that we can easily apply. spoon feed like manner. Recommendations Before, during and after the training we had some observations and recommendations that can improve for the NSTP next year. As we arrive on the venue, we observed that the place is quite small for the large number of people. The place became overcrowded. It is an open area. In our case, there are two batch of students; 1st is for the basic life support training and the other one is for the rescue training (rappelling, wall climbing etc.) We get distracted from the other batch of students who are shouting at that time.
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The Training

Program meets our expectations; the different theories are explained well in a

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Sir Butch while demonstrating the Cardio pulmonary resuscitation.

Showing the proper position and approach to the victim.

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The rescuers holding the spine board that will use to carry and transfer the victim.

Again, the rescuers showing the right way on putting the victim on their lap.

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The students who volunteer to perform the cardio pulmonary resuscitation.

They are now checking for the ABC; airway, breathing and circulation of the victim.

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MEETING THE EXPECTATION

After all the activities, we can say that it meets our expectation. We enjoyed every activity that you had offer to us. We learned new skills that we can used and apply in our daily lives and during emergency situation. Some of the students had already faced their fear. We also had the chance to encounter people that sooner become our friends. We just want to recognize our professor Mrs. Miriam San Diego that makes this course interesting, fun and memorable. We had fun on every teambuilding activity that we performed in class. Because of her coolness, we enjoy this course that contributes in meeting our expectations. Her humor makes the discussion alive. Like what we said on our expectation, we want to have some rest from stressful days during the regular class. Meeting this expectation is possible because of the professor that actively participated and contributed their skills and knowledge in making this course exciting and motivating. We think that Mr. Ricardo Francisco did his job well and effective who is in charge in implementing this program.

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RECOMMENDATIONS
There is no perfect in this world thats why theres always room for improvement. Here are the observations and recommendation for the next NSTP class next summer:

More on film showing. It is good to have some film viewing but make sure that the film is not too old. Some of the equipments are malfunctioning. The television screen is black and white. On rescue training, the place should be well ventilated. Avoid the overcrowding of the students. There should be a divider or room where we can focus and not be distracted by the other students. More and new exciting activities like camping for jungle survival.

Show or present the list of activities for the whole period of this course.

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