August 28, 2018
by rcrellin
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VR Water Safety Education

Life Saving Victoria is using virtual reality (VR) technology to educate the community about water safety.  Find are a range of great educational VR Tours (a series of 360o images), each complemented by engaging curriculum aligned teaching resources for Levels 3&4, 5&6, 7&8.

http://www.lsv.com.au/vr/

Lifesaving Volunteers to the Rescue

This tour follows Hayden, one of Life Saving Victoria’s volunteer lifesavers and rescue swimmers for the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Service, during a rescue mission. The tour shows Hayden in various locations throughout the rescue; from the helicopter base, to the helicopter in mid-rescue. Through this tour we showcase the valuable contribution that volunteers make to society.

Life on the Murray River

This tour describes life on the Murray River; The Murray River is a rich part of the Australian landscape. Throughout history, the Murray River has been a source of food, trade and life sustaining biodiversity. Flowing for more than 2,500 km through three states, it also has its dangers. The Murray River is Australia’s number one drowning blackspot. Understanding and respecting the river is crucial for its survival and ours.

Everyday Lifesavers – Responding to an Emergency

Anybody can be an Everyday Lifesaver; An Everyday Lifesaver is someone who has the knowledge and skills to help someone in an emergency. This tour covers the DRSABCD emergency response action plan and basic first aid. Having this knowledge is one way you can become an Everyday Lifesaver, while also being aware of potentially dangerous situations to prevent injuries and accidents.

http://www.lsv.com.au/vr/

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