François Chung, Ph.D.

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Summer trainings 2023

Summer trainings 2023

Red Cross training, Belgium (2023). This series of summer training courses, which are divided between face-to-face and virtual sessions, is a learning opportunity offered by the Red Cross to all of its members during the summer. Although these trainings are not necessarily related to a particular activity, they are intended to be useful not only within the activities of the Red Cross, but also in the private lives of its members.

Benevolent management

Main subjects:

  • Well-being, letting go, circle of influence;
  • Including people and listening in decisions;
  • Recognizing skills, gaps and difficulties;
  • Bringing the teams to the highest of their potential;
  • Delegating: objective, feedback and rules of the game;
  • Emotional management;
  • Tips for a benevolent management;
  • Fact-based feedback;
  • Collaborative governance: vision, mission and values.

Providing feedback

Main subjects:

  • How to establish effective communication;
  • White flag: positive, named, and introduced intention;
  • Nurturing positive feedback;
  • Karpman's Drama Triangle;
  • Johari window;
  • Feedback: positive, constructive, absolute and factual;
  • The mechanisms of communication;
  • The 4 Toltec Agreements;
  • The Insights Discovery method;
  • Feedback techniques: SBI/SCI, FAIR, DESC, OSBD.

Miro workshop

Main subjects:

  • Miro as a collaborative platform;
  • Structure: team, project, board, frame;
  • Miro template library;
  • Preparing for an online meeting;
  • Collaborative work by sharing boards.

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Summer trainings 2022

Summer trainings 2022

Red Cross training, Belgium (2022). This series of summer training courses, which are divided between face-to-face and virtual sessions, is a learning opportunity offered by the Red Cross to all of its members during the summer. Although these trainings are not necessarily related to a particular activity, they are intended to be useful not only within the activities of the Red Cross, but also in the private lives of its members.

Sketchnoting

Main topics:

  • Basic shapes;
  • Typography;
  • Containers and banners;
  • Visual path;
  • Characters;
  • Pictograms;
  • Effects and colors.

Collective intelligence

Main topics:

  • Improve the effectiveness of meetings;
  • Power of the circular mode;
  • Me, in your place;
  • Participatory cycles;
  • Analysis of the levers of change;
  • Development of a mature proposal;
  • Individual decision with consultation;
  • Collective decision by consent.

Applied salutogenesis

Main topics:

  • Develop your capacity for resilience;
  • Consistency and good health;
  • Salutogenesis as a shield through life;
  • Levels of response to a crisis;
  • Get an individual or a team out of a stressful situation;
  • Nourish the 3 salutogenic dimensions;
  • Veracity vs salutogenic conditions.

Moving forward in uncertainty

Main topics:

  • Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity (VUCA);
  • Iterative cycles;
  • Kanban and backlog;
  • Lessons learned;
  • Continuous improvement applied;
  • Client-team relationship;
  • Project brief.

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First aid trainer

First aid trainer

Red Cross training, Belgium (2020). This 10-day training to first aid trainers covers the technical gestures and the teaching methods needed to conduct first aid training sessions for the BEPS (brevet européen de premiers secours). The trainer teaches the participants the saving gestures, who thus acquire the right reflexes that will make them an essential link in the rescue chain.

Day 1: Technical module

Main topics:

  • Positioning of the victim;
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR);
  • Automated external defibrillator (AED).

Day 2: Theoretical reinforcement

Main topics:

  • The human cell;
  • The human body;
  • Pathologies.

Day 3: Organization of trainings

Main topics:

  • Make-up;
  • Cleaning the manikin;
  • Legal framework.

Day 4: First aid reinforcement (I)

Main topics:

  • First aid material;
  • Essential rules of intervention;
  • Approaching an unconscious victim.

Day 5: First aid reinforcement (II)

Main topics:

  • Approaching a conscious victim;
  • Skin lesions;
  • Musculoskeletal injuries.

Day 6: Pedagogy

Main topics:

  • Methodology;
  • Educational goals;
  • Management of an animation.

Day 7: Specific module (I)

Main topics:

  • Electrical accident;
  • Car accident;
  • CO poisoning.

Day 8: Specific module (II)

Main topics:

  • Recovery position;
  • CPR and AED;
  • Airway obstruction.

Day 9: Specific module (III)

Main topics:

  • Wound with foreign body;
  • Head trauma;
  • Severe thermal burn.

Day 10: Specific module (IV)

Main topics:

  • Ankle sprain;
  • Hemorrhage;
  • Chest pain.

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Certified first response

Certified first response

Red Cross training, Belgium (2017). This classroom training organized by the Belgian Red Cross consolidates the first aid knowledge of the Brevet européen de premiers secours (BEPS). The training aims to provide theoretical and practical knowledge to approach rescue and first aid in case of vital and functional emergency. Role-playing scenarios help to learn how to deal with a victim (e.g. accident, malaise, heat stroke, sunstroke, unconsciousness, bleeding, burn and wound).

Module 1

Main topics:

  • Anatomical landmarks;
  • Basic rules of intervention.

Module 2

Main topics:

  • Unconsciousness;
  • Airway obstruction.

Module 3

Main topics:

  • Bleeding;
  • Wounds.

Module 4

Main topics:

  • Burns;
  • Musculoskeletal system trauma.

Module 5

Main topics:

  • Cranial and vertebral trauma;
  • Malaise.

Module 6

Main topics:

  • Poisoning;
  • Emergency box.

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First aid

First aid

Red Cross training, Belgium (2016). The Brevet européen de premiers secours (BEPS) is a classroom training organized by the Belgian Red Cross. This training aims to make every citizen able to be the first actor in the relief chain when an emergency occurs. The objective is to learn with scenarios the basic rules of intervention as well as the necessary gestures in case of accident, such the displacement of a victim and the observation of its vital functions in case of emergency.

Module 1

Main topics:

  • Presentation of the course;
  • Introduction to risk management;
  • Exercises of observation.

Module 2

Main topics:

  • Approaching an unconscious victim;
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR);
  • External automatic defibrillator (EAD).

Module 3

Main topics:

  • Basic rules of intervention;
  • Malaise;
  • Airway obstruction.

Module 4

Main topics:

  • Skin trauma;
  • Emergency box;
  • Poisoning.

Module 5

Main topics:

  • Musculoskeletal system trauma;
  • Cranial and vertebral trauma;
  • Summing-up exercises.

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