Our aim at Salariin Kampuchea has always been to provide a safe and social environment in which young Cambodians can gain the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to work their way out of poverty. We have begun the third Sexual Education and Social Education and Career Training course at Salariin Kampuchea. Please read on to find out more about our first social education for the 3rd life skill generation.
For the last few months, we have gone straight to our plan. We continue registration for new life skill students to fill the seats. As a result, there are 30 students enrolled and they are studying in the program that is divided into two teams.
Firstly, the students learn a few subjects. These include how to do a presentation, self-esteem and team work. As a result, the students are able to do a presentation using skills learnt, including voice projection and non-verbal gestures in a public environment. They understand and realize what kinds of self-esteem there are and how to build self-confidence. Furthermore, they build relationships with their classmates to make teamwork.
One of our life skill students provides her feelings about a lesson she has learnt from the program. “I understand better how to do a good presentation, know about human behavior and values, and particularly how to adapt and work in a group discussion. I think life skills are important for all people to study as it brings us a better future and a better life in society”.
In the next three months, we would like to visit hotels, restaurants and vocational training centers to guide them about future careers in the hotel industry, provide some idea about what kinds of jobs they would consider for their own future as well as continue with their social education and communication skills.
We are very proud to have provided this extremely valuable course, and we would like to thank all donors again who supported us through Global Giving. With the help of our partners at Global Giving, and you, we hope to keep building on this and moving forward with our personal and career training program.
The Salariin Kampuchea Team
Thanks to your generous donations, we have begun the third Sexual Education and Social Education and Career Training course at Salariin Kampucea. Please read on to find out more about our recruitment process for the 3rd generation students. After presentation of the second generation of Life Skills students on the 19th of Sept 2013, the success of the course led to more than 50 students applying for the course for 2013-2014. Unfortunately, many of the applicants were too young (minimum age is 13). As a result, there were 20 SK students who were eligible and able to fulfill in our requirements. To run the course we needed more than 30 students, therefore this allowed us to open up places to young people in the community who do not already attend Salariin Kampuchea. This is a exciting step for Salariin Kumpichea’s Life Skills Programme, as it allows us to reach more and more young people in the Chreav Commune. In the next three months, we would like again to look for new students and increase the reach of our Life Skills programme in the local community. We are very proud to have provided this extremely valuable course, and we would like to thank all donors who supported us through Global Giving. With the help of our partners at Global Giving, and you, we hope to keep building on this and moving forward with our personal and career training programme. Warm regards, The Salariin Kampuchea Team
Thanks to your generous donations, the students who participated in our Sexual Education and Social Education and Career Training course have just finished their social and career training (Life Skills) successfully! Read on to find out more about the positive experiences of those involved. Life Skills classes have been running smoothly and are improving after a year’s trial. In the second year the program grew stronger and more successful, with our students enjoying the opportunity to take part in many interesting and exciting projects.
In August 2013, our life skill students took the final exam of their training course. As a result, all the students passed the exam and will receive a certificate. To celebrate their success, we arranged a final visit to ACCB “Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity www.accbcambodia.org” on the 21st of September 2013.The aim is to promote and urge students to understand the values of Wild Animal Conservation and other beneficiaries from the wild animal protection.
Furthermore, Life Skills students encouraged and motivated their friends to attend the future Life Skills program. Previously, they were organized in groups to present to the next generation for recruitment in 2012-2013. This year again, Life skills students would like to share what they have learnt. On the 19th of Sept 2013, Life Skills students presented to all English classes to inspire other students to enroll for the third year of Life Skills classes for 2013-2014. They are particularly keen to share their experience with parties who have supported the program, including GlobalGiving. In the Impact Documents, students reflected on their learning and thought about the impact the program has had on their lives.
Hun Pitou tells of her positive experiences following the Life Skills program, “I am very happy when I am studying this program. I think that it is an important lesson because it improves my knowledge and my skills such as communication skills, how to do presentations, how to write a CV and cover letter, to know the interview tips and path to success in the job interview, how to manage my time, know seven points for success in the future, ten ways to improve my interpersonal skill as well as gaining various knowledge from Karol & Setha workshop (Sexual Education Training). Furthermore, I gained more experiences and knowledge when visiting hotels and the employment service center during the course. The importance and usefulness for me is that I can share all skills, knowledge and experiences with my friends and family and apply them in my work during and after the course. Finally, I would like to say a million thanks to Salariin Kampuchea that develops this program to provide Life skill training to me and all my classmates”.
In the next three months, we would like to recruit new life skill students for the third year of life skill generation. We are very proud to have provided this program, and we would like to thank all donors who supported us through Global Giving. With the help of our partners at Global Giving, and you, we hope to keep building on this and moving forward with our personal and career training programme.
Thanks to your kind support and donations, the students who participated in Career Training have gained more knowledge and experiences! Read on to find out more about the positive experiences of those involved.
In April 2013, our life skill students start their career course. This provides them with good opportunities to know different jobs and work experience in the reality from different business sectors during their visit at hotels.
Furthermore, during the career training course, the students have been learning about time management and traffic lesson. They also have practice how to apply for a job as well as interview practice with their teacher and Youth Employment Service Centre “YES.
In addition, the students visited to Pacific and Shinta Mani hotels. With this opportunity, the students improved their critical thinking and performance as the hotels’ managers introduced about their jobs and requirement as well as how to deal with guests in the hotels. This encouraged and motivated our students to understand the trustworthiness of educated people and they have clear picture goals for their future employment and what they want to be. It was a great explanation of how they could start from a simple job to a higher position. Besides, visiting hotel industries, the students also visited to the Youth Employment Service Center “YES”. This visit, our students were trained how to prepare themselves before going to interview, taught the paths to success with interview, the achievement and accomplishment for the jobs.
In the next three months, we would like to conduct field visits to vocational training centers, final visits to wildlife conversation/environmental conservation areas, the certificate test who graduate from life skill program as well as recruit new life skill students. We are very proud to have provided this program, and we would like to thank all donors who supported us though GlobalGiving. With the help of our partners at GlobalGiving, and you, we hope to keep building on this and moving forward with our personal and career training programme.
Thanks to your generous donations, the students who participated in our Sexual Education and Social Education workshop have started their career training! Read on to find out more about the positive experiences of those involved. Following receiving their certificate from Karol & Setha, in early 2013 our Life Skills students have been doing career training. This provides them with information about different jobs in different business sectors and how they can apply for those jobs. Furthermore, they have been learning about how they can look for job announcements; how to write a CV and cover letter; they’ve been on field visits to hotels, vocational training centers, restaurants, banks and other businesses; as well as practicing how to apply for a job and participate in the interview practice. This gives them a chance to consider their future career and prepare themselves to fulfill their aspirations. Life Skills student, Lai Lang told us about her experiences in career training: “I think that the lesson about writing a CV and Cover Letter was important for me and all students who attend the life skill program. It is important for job seeking and it made me understand clearly how to write a CV; I know what information I should include, how to write a cover letter and how to integrate information needed. I also know how to apply for a job, as well as what an interview is”. “Another life skill student, Lai Len, stated his feelings after he visited the hotel in Siem Reap. “I was very happy and interested in visiting Soria Moria hotel. It is the first time for me to visit a hotel; furthermore it was beneficial and important for me and my team to know what happens in a hotel, and what kind of jobs and responsibilities are needed in each department. I saw different departments, what kind of rooms and the prices for selling to the guests in the hotel. Finally, thanks to Salariin Kampuchea and supporters that kindly offered us this chance and thanks to Soria Moria team who allowed us to visit their hotel”. In the next three months, we would like to conduct application practice, interview practice, and visit other hotels or businesses as well as give a final test to our current Life Skills students. We are very proud to have provided this program, and we would like to thank all donors who supported us through GlobalGiving. With the help of our partners at GlobalGiving, and you, we hope to keep building on this and moving forward with our personal and career training programme. Warm regards, The Salariin Kampuchea Team
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