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National Children At Risk Training

BY LIA LUN NGAI | 25 JULY 2018

Our training team conducted National Children at Risk Training (NCART) workshops with teachers and staff from a local school and dormitory. We covered The Needs of Children at Risk, Child Development, Introduction to Attachment, and Understanding Attachment in Children at Risk.

We felt very content delivering this training because all of the participants had a deep interest in it. When we discussed a new topic each day, they carefully paid attention to us. The reason is, they would like to become sensitive care-givers for their children because they all work for children at dormitories as well as in schools. Furthermore, all of them interact with different children every day. For instance, when we did activities, they usually participated actively and could act well according to the scenarios. Moreover, during group discussion, no one was silent. They all expressed their thoughts.

By delivering this training, I have developed an even better understanding of NCART; especially how to train others in the NCART materials. Actually, my main responsibility was to translate. In the last day of training, an unplanned situation happened in which case I had to be the primary trainer. Before I gave the training, I was pretty nervous because I would be alone. In previous workshops in other places, I was only partially involved, but this time I had to lead the whole session. So, it made me worried and excited. However, I found that I was able to conduct the whole session. From this experience, I could see big improvements in my training skills and abilities.

At the end of training, the participants were wanting to gain more NCART training in the future because they learnt a lot of new information about children from this training. I hope that we can continue providing this training to those who truly need it because our priority is to uphold the children’s best interests.

By delivering this training, I have developed an even better understanding of NCART. Especially how to train others in the NCART materials. Actually, my main responsibility was to translate. In the last day of training, an unplanned situation happened in which case I had to be the primary trainer. Before I gave the training, I was pretty nervous because I would be alone. In previous workshops in other places, I was only partially involved, but this time I had to lead the whole session. So, it made me worried and excited. However, I found that I was able to conduct the whole session. From this experience, I could see big improvements in my training skills and abilities.

At the end of training, the participants were wanting to gain more NCART training in the future because they learnt a lot of new information about children from this training. I hope that we can continue providing this training to those who truly need it because our priority is to uphold the children’s best interests.

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