Victoria University Friday offered free first aid training to motor sports rally drivers and co-drivers from different clubs in the country.
The training, university vice chancellor Assoc. Prof. Krishna Sharma, said was aimed at reducing injuries and accidents during racing.
It was a mix of theory and a hands on skills training conducted in the well and fully equipped nursing skills laboratory of Victoria University.
Over 40 participants from different Uganda motor sports rally clubs, students and staff of various universities attended the one day training facilitate by Dr. Kevin Nwanna, the Dean of Health Science faculty.
Other university officials who were actively present at the training included Frank Kalyango, the head of Department and James Kateregga, a lecturer.
Dr. Kevin Nwanna, the Ag. Dean Faculty of Health Science noted that the training will have a positive impact on the society in terms of reducing the burden of injuries and accidents in various hospitals.
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