A STUDY ON YOUTH VOLUNTEER SKILLS TRAINING THROUGH CPR LEARNING PROCESS IN PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT TECHNIQUES SUBJECT
Keywords:Youth Volunteer, Training skill, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Personality Development Techniques subject
This research aimed to study 1) young volunteer students’ skills training with the CPR learning process in the personality development techniques subject 2) the progress of the young volunteer students before and after the resuscitation skills training with CPR learning process, and 3) satisfaction of young volunteer students toward resuscitation skills training with CPR learning process. The sample group was 30 students who enrolled in the subject titled Personality Development Techniques in the academic year 2020. Data were gathered using the First Aid, the CPR test, the test of practicing CPR, and the satisfaction questionnaires. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation.
Results revealed that as following
1) The learning achievement comparative between before and after learning of young volunteer student’s skills training with First Aid and CPR learning process in the personality development techniques subject found that the after learning was higher than before learning both First Aid learning (After : x̄ = 8.33) (Before : x̄ = 5.03), and CPR content learning. (After : x̄ = 8.60) (Before : x̄ = 4.43)
2) The progress of practicing skills comparative between before and after the resuscitation skills training with CPR learning process of the young volunteer students found that the after practicing skills of student can perform correctly or good performance (100%) than before practicing skills. (70%)
3) The satisfaction of the students toward resuscitation skills training with the CPR learning process was at a very high level, both in the CPR learning process (x̄ = 3.92) and the CPR trainer (x̄ = 3.89).
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