Departmental Bulletin Paper 水泳部としての水上安全法講習会への取り組みと高専生の水難事故に対する意識調査 : 平成27年度水難学会国際ワークショップへの参加を機に
An Analysis of the Students’ Participation in the Water Rescue Training with Swimming Club Members as an Extracurricular Activity and Contribution to Society : Preparation for the Uitemate 2015: the Workshop on the Water Rescue and Survival Reseearch in Penang, Malaysia

大湊, 佳宏  ,  石丸, 美穂  ,  大倉, 真一希  ,  西木, 航  ,  箭内, 天依  ,  吉野, 拓弥  ,  Ominato, Yoshihiro  ,  Ishimaru, Miho  ,  Okura, Maiki  ,  Nishiki, Wataru  ,  Yanai, Takae  ,  Yoshino,Takuya

51pp.71 - 77 , 2015-11 , 長岡工業高等専門学校
Every year in May, as one of the extracurricular activities, our swimming team in National Institute of Technology, Nagaoka College (Nagaoka Kosen), has an opportunity to join the water rescue training program, which is organized by the Japanese Red Cross, at the Nagaoka University of Technology swimming pool. For the last seven years, since 2007, the members of the Nagaoka Kosen swimming team, especially the fourth year students, have participated in this program and learned various things from the basic first-aid treatment such as CPR and how to use AED properly to the basic practical skills to rescue victims out of a swimming pool. Needless to say, it is a great chance for our swimming club members to contribute their swimming skills and techniques earned from their swimming experience to the society, and also to realize that their swimming skills are not just sufficient for racing to compete with one another. This study focuses on what the participants of the water rescue training in 2015 learned from their training and how they felt about it. Some of the basic important ideas about the water rescue and survival are discussed. In addition, the five participants of the training this year obtained a chance to challenge to make a presentation about their water rescue training in Penang, Malaysia, in Novenmber 2015. In order to construct a presentation in Penang, the five participants of the water rescue training discussed and reflected their experiences, and also conducted a survey on the Nagaoka Kosen students (N=362) to figure out how they react if they encounter a water incident, their consciousness about water accidents, and the relationship between the students’ swimming ability and their knowledge about water rescue and survival.

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