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Source: Government of New Caledonia

The member of the executive Didier Poidyaliwane has awarded certificates PSC1 to incarcerated persons who have received training in the prevention and relief of citizenship-level 1, supported by the government. A partnership that meets the objectives of the centre pénitentiaire Nouméa : train a maximum of people before their release from prison.

A convention was signed in march 2019 between the government and the prison administration for up to 40 people per year, for three years, can receive training in basic first aid during their detention. The awarding of certificates which was held on November 14, just finalize the session will be followed in August by the twenty first volunteers. Meanwhile, some have regained their freedom… ” We have put in place this device in 2017 in the framework of the program of preparation for release for people to regain confidence before returning to their families and their places of life, explains Nathalie Vernet-Lataste, antenna chief of the penitentiary service for integration and probation (SPIP-NC) in a closed setting. The assistance provided by the government allows us to mount the device into power, and supports us in achieving our goals. At the end of the year, 160 certificates total should have been delivered “.

Two sessions per year

A moment of pride for the inmates. Didier Poidyaliwane, a member of the government responsible inter alia for the protection of children and youth affairs and customary, paid tribute to their will. “This certification proves that you have the potential. Everyone may, at any time, get out of the road, but we all have the opportunity to get back on the right path. “For one of them, follow this “learning” is really a chance. I have encouraged my colleagues to pass the training.” A second session is planned by the end of the year.

Another look

Discomfort, trauma, bleeding, cardiac arrest, formation PSC1 learns to react to situations of daily life. “Regardless of the public, the content of the training remains the same, precise Gladys Gnibekan, trainer PSC1 to the association of civil protection of the New Caledonia. By contrast, we adapt the way of presenting it and it is necessary to adapt to the environment. In prison for example, there are time constraints “. During 7 hours over the course of a day and a half, people have been initiated gestures that can save a life. “This is a first step which will bring you a different perspective on your life and on others. Now they can count on you if they are in trouble. You have a responsibility to the members of your tribes and your loved ones “, says Didier Poidyaliwane.

To a reservation tribal civil security

Through the direction of the Management and regulation of the business customary (DGRAC), the government is also a training project PSC1 in the tribes in order to establish a reserve tribal civil security. After an experimental phase in three pilot sites conducted in 2017, 16 tribes – both by custom area – are involved since the beginning of the year. Training for basic first aid are taught by the Red Cross, the association of civil protection of New Caledonia and the society Safeguarding training. The tribe is a beneficiary of device also receives a first aid kit, a defibrillator and a box warning in the event of a natural disaster. “The people who have followed the training PSC1 to the Camp-Is able to join the reserves and become a relay the emergency preparedness for the protection of property and persons. The idea is also to soon be implementing a hazard prevention program water for the coastal tribes, ” says Didier Poidyaliwane.

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