Each training session lasts for two full days. RNN trainers have found that the optimum number of participants for each training should be between 25-30, ensuring that each participant will get enough one-on-one attention to fully learn all the first aid knowledge and skills they are taught. First aid training for road accidents includes training on CPR, stopping major bleeding, splinting, immobilization and safe transport of victims. The majority of teaching is hands-on practical learning, with RNN trainers dividing the session into smaller groups that rotate between different ‘stations’ such as for CPR, splinting, bandaging, choking, C-spine and back trauma, etc. Trainees also receive training on the treatment of more minor accidents incurred in everyday village life, such as burns, broken bones, animal bites, sprains and minor lacerations as well as the prevention of infection and up to date health information. In addition, the female trainees and also other interested local women receive information sessions on women’s health and nutrition.