ALE-RR starts training CCJuv employees on first aid and the Statute of Children and Adolescents
The initiative aims to improve the work carried out in the Legislative House’s sports and cultural modalities
This Friday (02), the Superintendency of Special Programs (SPE) of the Legislative Assembly of Roraima (ALE-RR) began training for employees aiming for activities in the year 2024. The focus of the training is to prepare program employees with legal and pedagogical information regarding sports and cultural classes at the Youth Community Center (CCJuv).
During two weeks, the SPE will explore issues relating to the Child and Adolescent Statute (ECA), as well as Federal Law No. 13,722/2018, which made training in basic first aid notions mandatory for children’s recreation establishments.
In addition to legal compliance, the superintendent of Special Programs at ALE-RR, Pablo Sérgio, reinforces that the training aims to provide better care for children and adolescents who attend the Legislative House program.
“We will bring together our CCJuv employees to discuss legislation, methodology, the Child and Adolescent Statute and also to carry out first aid training. It is a vast program for our employees, so that when fathers and mothers send their children to our cultural and sporting activities, they can be guaranteed that they will be qualified professionals who will be taking the best possible care of their children”, highlighted Sérgio .
The person who approved the initiative was civil servant Marciely Barroso, who stated that this training will further qualify her to serve the public. “We need to have this improved knowledge. If something happens to the students, I will already know the procedures I have to follow and I will also be aware of the applicable laws so that I can take action. Certainly with the qualification, I will be more prepared to react to different situations”, she highlighted.
Public servant Julia Branco stressed that the knowledge of the qualification will help her beyond the work carried out at CCJuv. “I am very interested in these trainings, both in the legal area and in the area of citizenship and first aid. After all, we provide maximum support to our children and adolescents, and not only in pedagogical terms, but also in other phases, and this knowledge is also relevant to my personal life”, she declared.
Those interested in the sporting and cultural activities offered by CCJuv can contact the Superintendency of Special Programs, at Avenida Ataíde Teive, nº3.510, Buritis neighborhood. In total, 16 modalities are available free of charge in the capital and in the interior of the State, with vacancies in Boa Vista for the CCJuv headquarters, and also in the Hélio Campos, Pedra Pintada, Pintolândia and Pérola hubs.
Text: Anderson Caldas
Photos: Eduardo Andrade