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Helmets for Kids trains parents and students on road safety knowledge at two Thai primary schools

10-09-2018

Students demonstrating proper helmet wearing.

Students demonstrating proper helmet wearing.

AIP Foundation returned to Nakhon Si Thammarat province this week to provide road safety training to 210 parents from two of our Helmets for Kids program schools. The training, which was presided over by Chief of Tha Pair Subdistrict Municipality Jarun Jiajirapattanan, focused on helping the parents learn about the program and assess common everyday risks when using the road and how to reduce those risks. Additionally, the program also provided quality helmets to 20 model parents, who committed to always wearing their helmets when riding motorcycles.

After training their parents on Sunday, AIP Foundation, together with Nakhon Si Thammarat Provincial Police and the Provincial Land Transport Office, organized extra-curricular activities for 369 students in Nakhon Si Thammarat province. The activities aimed at helping students refresh their road safety knowledge including common everyday risks when using the road, road rules, and traffic signs.

Parents attending the training workshop on road safety risks.

Parents attending the training workshop on road safety risks.

The Helmets for Kids (HFK) program, implemented in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, is supported by Chevron Thailand Exploration & Production Ltd.

See more pictures from the parent training and student activities here.

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