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1,000 PUPILS, STUDENTS TRY “DRUNKEN” FEELING IMPACTS TEST WHEN DRIVING
TTO [“Young Generation Online”]1 – In the morning of April 15th 2013, Department of Education and Training – Ho Chi Minh City combined with APL-NOL (Viet Nam) Limited and TAG International Development (non-government organization) organized Road Safety training for students of Sai Gon South Vocational Business Technical College (in district 8, Ho Chi Minh City).
At the training session, students had experienced with many simulation equipments such as: wearing glasses which make drunken feeling, speeding measuring equipment, reaction time testing board to capture time analysis when accident happens…With these supporting equipments, they can clearly realize the consequences of irresponsibility when driving.
The program is expected to be launched from April 8th to 18th April in order to train for 1,000 pupils and or students at high schools, vocational
schools, universities and colleges in Ho Chi Minh City. Earlier, as since April 8th the training sessions had received lots of interests & absorption from the pupils of Bui Thi Xuan high school.
According to Mr. Dau Thanh Chau, Deputy General Director of APL-NOL (Viet Nam) Limited, by playing with various number of real-life simulators, pupils and students can be convinced much deeply about dangerous effects, impact consequences of abusing wine and beer when driving.
Duc Phu reported.
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ROAD SAFETY TRAINING FOR PUPILS AND STUDENTS
(SGGP) Department of Education & Training – Ho Chi Minh City, APL-NOL (Viet Nam) Limited and TAG International Development non-government organization have organized nearly 10 training sessions about Road Safety for pupils and students in Ho Chi Minh City. During each session, they have experiences through many stations with simulators about bad effects of driving after drinking or losing attention when driving (such as texting, talking when driving). Moreover, pupils and students can see directly (through simulators) the consequences of traffic accidents when driving motorbike without wearing a helmet or wearing a poor quality helmet.
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