A part of the Basic Life Skills practical training program that at least one person in a family should possess. In addition to families, this training is also very suitable for the education of school students. It aims to make Indonesians disaster aware by understanding the potential hazards and disasters in the surrounding environment, in order to be able to prevent and have the skills to act quickly and appropriately when danger or disaster occurs.
This activity is held in an open space and has a duration of 2 hours with the method of explanation demonstration and direct practice guided by experienced trainers from the Social Disaster and Rescue team.
There are two sub-materials for learning and practising, which are:
Emergency Situations Training has been conducted 22 times and trained more than 2,500 general public and school students.