CKC Trainings – Embracing a Culture of Knowledge Co-creation and Life-long Learning
- 26 November, 2021
Center for Knowledge Co-creation and Development Research (CKC) holds regular training and sharing sessions that embrace a culture of knowledge co-creation and life-long learning to foster career development and organisation sustainability.
Over the past three years, more than 30 professional development training sessions were organised by CKC for its staff and other individuals from local NGOs, governmental agencies, and businesses. The training themes were diverse, which focused on:
(1) Enhancing professional skills in work planning, team management, proposal writing, presentation tools and techniques.
(2) Equipping with approaches and methods in social research, particularly social baseline survey, data collection methods, application of geographic information system, gender impact assessment, social impact assessment,and ethnic minority development plan.
(3) Increasingknowledge of sustainable development, particularly social performance against international standards, town planning,greenpractice, and ecosystem services.
The trainings were led by experienced experts and professionals, especially business and grant development mentors of the Australian Volunteers Program (AVP). In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, training activities have been maintained through virtual communication platforms.
The training program is aligned with CKC’s social responsibility values, which are “Develop a training/information sharing program which shares the learning gained by CKC projects with other agencies and young graduates/professionals” and “Enhancing learning for everyone, in our lives, in the workplaces and in our projects“.