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Training boosts Scout membership

3. Abr 2013

The Scouts of China (SoC) is currently conducting its Course for Leader Trainers especially targeting the Chinese-speaking leaders at YangMingShin Scout Centre in Taipei from 2nd to 7th April 2013. The last CLT was held in 2007.

Course Leader and Deputy Secretary General Mr Chen Huann-Ran, inaugurated the course, together with Secretary General Mr Lin Ching-Shen and International Commissioner Dr George Huang from Scouts of China.

Asia-Pacific Regional Chairman Dr Chao Shou-Po, who is also the Chief Commissioner, visited the course and reminded the participants that membership is the main goal of the region, and as such training of trainers would help to improve the quality and competency of adult leaders that will encourage more young people to join Scouting.

The course has 35 participants, with 29 participants from 25 Scout districts, and six overseas participants from Hong Kong (3), Macau (1) and two Malaysia (2).

Trainers Kee Yung-Chan and Wu Chen-Hong from Scouts of China partner with overseas trainers Ivan Tan and Peter Lee from Hong Kong and Thian Hiong-Boon from the World Scout Bureau/Asia-Pacific Office.

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