Category Archives: First Aid
86 wonderful 1st year degree students at the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, University of Ruhuna, began Snorkeling and Scuba Diving training.
The University of Ruhuna is a beautiful campus situated in Matara in the deep southern coast of Sri Lanka. It has over 8 Faculties and the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science is one of the best places to study Aquaculture, Oceanography and Marine Biology in Sri Lanka.
Very keen an enthusiastic students were so eager to learn Snorkeling and Scuba Diving and to explore the amazing underwater world.
Scuba Diving to Sky Diving with Devsiri
For the first time in South Asia.. you can now experience Sky Diving in Sri Lanka. From 17th to 20th November 2016 in Koggala.
- Jump off a plane flying at 12,000 feet
- Free fall at a speed of 193 Kmph for 10,000 feet
- 5 to 8 minutes fall with Parachute
- No experience required since it will be a tandem jump with a qualified Instructor
- Navigation and steering of Parachute back to landing point by instructor
- Will receive a valuable certificate of completion
- The Adrenalin rush and amazing experience of Accelerated Free Fall
- After you experience this, you will not be the same again.
- See Sri Lanka from a different angle.
This event is approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka.
Please mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations, limited spots available !
Dinali , Charith and Sabrina geared up for their first dive to explore the underwater world.
Sabrina getting some help with her fins from her two buddies as well as from Nuwan (DMT)
Dinali taking her first breaths under water, surrounded by lots of fish.
Charith and Dinali
Sabrina getting comfortable underwater with all the Jacks swimming around her
At the end of a lovely day of diving… just within a few hours.. saw so much fish and corals.. Try scuba diving to venture into the under water world.
Yuki & Anju during the EFR Secondary Care course.. learning how to bandage & provide secondary care for bleeding, fractures, & non life threatening injuries which could happen around the house, at work places, in schools, & in public areas.
Complete injury assessment to a casualty after stabilizing the situation, to asses any further injury & provide care to a casualty suspected having spinal injury.
Checking for respiration & providing rescue breaths, opening the air way using “head tilt , chin lift” method during the EFR Primary care course.
Anju providing CPR, chest compression. Push hard and fast, compressing 2 inches.