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OAS - Scholarship and Training Project (SALCC) Notice

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OAS – Government of Chile Scholarship and

Training Project for CARICOM Countries

Scholarship Offer in Partnership with

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College in St. Lucia


AVAILABLE COURSES:

1. Fire Safety and Protection

2. Building Inspection

3. Water Quality Management

4. Electrical Safety


DESCRIPTION AND BENEFIT OF PARTICIPATING IN THE COURSES:

1. Fire Safety and Protection

Participants will learn about fire safety and prevention, potential hazards, emergency

preparedness, safe evacuation, detection and alarm systems, emergency communication,

fire control, types of fires, fire extinguishers, fire protection systems, responding to

scenarios, rescuing others, and fire brigades.

The Modules are as follows:

1. Fire Fundamentals

2. Flammability

3. Fire Detection and Alarm

4. Fire Suppression Systems

5. Egress

6. Smoke Management

7. Portfolio Component


2. Building Inspection

Participants will learn about best practices and reasonable approaches for inspecting

commercial properties through an examination of the International Standards of Practice

for Inspecting Commercial Properties. Upon successful completion of this course,

participants will be able to use core definitions and terminology, identify common conflicts

of interest, describe the objective of performing a commercial property inspection, conduct

property research, perform a walk-through survey of the property; conduct inspections,

write an inspection report.

The Modules are as follows:

1. Basics of a Building Structure

2. Internal and External Defects/Faults and their Causes

3. Inspector Safety

4. Reporting

5. Practical Inspection


3. Water Quality Management

The course will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of and practical

insights into the various processes that are involved in the evaluation of drinking water

quality, as well as water and wastewater treatment. The topics to be covered will include

basic water microbiology and chemistry, biological treatment processes, sludge treatment

and effluent disposal, as well as biological, chemical and physical water quality parameters,

the flow of material and mass balances. The course will ultimately empower participants

to make more informed decisions around the treatment, operation and control of water and

wastewater treatment plants.


The Modules are as follows:

1. Introduction to Water Quality Management

2. Saint Lucia water Regulatory Compliance

3. Basic water chemistry

4. Basic water microbiology

5. Water quality indicators 6. Laboratory testing (indoor and door)

7. Case Studies or Project/ Portfolio Component


4. Electrical Safety

The course covers the requirements for working safely in the electrical environment based

on the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standards. It also deals with

compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regarding

electrical safety in the workplace.

The Modules are as follows:

1. How Electricity Works

2. Factors of Electrical Shock

3. Hazards of Electricity

4. Arc Flash Awareness

5. OSHA Electrical Safety Regulation for Construction 1926.400 Part 1

6. How to Protect Yourself from Electricity Part 1

7. How to Protect Yourself from Electricity Part 2


TARGET GROUP/PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

1. Teachers and Community groups – Teachers interact with a large group of persons who

may be exposed to the possibility of a disaster. Building their capacity to identify threats and

what to do in the event can either avert a disaster or minimise the number of casualties.


2. Principals of Schools – Many schools are used as hurricane shelters and being in an

earthquake belt is also a high-risk area as they house hundreds of students. The ability of the

Head of the school to identify various defects early and adequate maintenance could be done

to ensure that the buildings are in good standing in the event of any of these natural events.


3. Community Disaster Committees – Post disaster these committees are responsible for the

organization and assessment of their communities. In some instances, a community is cut

off and the need for potable water becomes critical. The ability to identify safe water and

how to protect a source becomes critical in such an eventuality.


4. Maintenance Technicians – All buildings have maintenance technicians. The appreciation

for safety as it relates to electricity can never be understated. These persons reside in our

communities and their knowledge of the safety procedures as it relates to disasters can help

in averting another disaster pre and post and event.


EXPECTED OUTCOMES:

1. Better maintained schools - Principal Officers will have the knowledge to identify risks and

make better judgments on the maintenance needs of schools.

2. Safer and more appropriate hurricane shelters.

3. Better prepared Community Disaster Committees resulting in a lower risk of post disaster

outbreaks.

4. Built capacity of the communities and schools on how to deal with fire and what should be

done in the event of a fire.

5. Overall safer handling of electricity and electrical appliances in the entities where the trainees

work, thus reducing the possibility of an accident or disaster.


COURSE LOCATION, DATES & DETAILS:

The Courses will be held from July 1 – 12, 2019 at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. For more

specific questions about the Courses, please contact Mr. McOrville Combie, at

mccombie@apps.salcc.edu.lc or 758 457 7346.


Courses1. Fire Safety and Protection
2. Building Inspection
3. Water Quality Management
4. Electrical Safety
ModalityOnsite, St.Lucia
Language English
Duration10 Days
DeadlineJune 21st
Start & End DateJuly 1 - July 12, 2019

 
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