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Our Programmes2018-04-25T15:53:31+00:00

Programme Modules

We offer the following modules in our workshops & talks

RICE Skill Set Modules
Resilience
  • Perceiving & managing adversity
  • Stress management
  • Inspiration, motivation & optimism
Introspection
  • Personal mastery
  • Self-discovery
  • Confident-building
Compassion
  • Civic-mindedness (VIA)
  • Volunteerism
  • Social justice
Empathy
  • Effective communication
  • Teamwork
  • Conflict-resolution
  • People management

Methodology

We adopt the following methodology in our workshops

Workshops

Glow in the Dark aims to impart essential skills to participants to become resilient and compassionate members of society. The GITD Flagship workshop is developed by experienced enrichment workshop providers and is specially catered to inculcate key life skills into their daily lives. Participants can expect first-hand interactions with our trainers throughout the workshop to develop a better understanding of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).

The workshop is based on academic-based frameworks and content. Additionally, the inimitable personal experiences of our trainers are incorporated into the workshops to reinforce these theoretical frameworks and to develop a better understanding of PWDs.

Duration: 2-3 Hours

Number of Participants: 25-35 pax

Trainers: 3-4 Facilitators

Fees: Enquire Us

Introduction

Trainers will give a quick introduction of themselves and a chance to get to know everyone’s names

In Your Shoes Activity

Group up!

Here’s your chance to live in the shoes of our trainers.

Inspirational Stories

Grab some tissues!

Our trainers will share with you what they’ve done in their lives that still surprises everyone

Resilience Segment

Are you in trouble?

Learn how to tackle the adversities of life with us

Group Discussion & Reflection

Back to your groups!

Here we learn how to apply the theoretical frameworks we have learnt as a group

Empathy Segment

How do I react?

Find out more about how to treat and respect your friends with more empathy to make the world a better place to live in

PWD Guide

Another activity!

Let’s all learn how to apply the model we learnt for empathy to treat the people around us. Here, trainers will also teach how to help people of their disabilities when you see them in public.

Performance

Ending it with a bang!

Our resident musician will play you a tune or two to end the day!

Talks

Glow in the Dark aims to impart and inspire participants to become better versions of themselves for the community. This talk is a truncated version of our flagship workshop and it covers the application of the academic-based frameworks. Each trainer will share their personal experience to broaden our participants’ understanding of the Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) society.

Participants can also expect to be inspired as our trainers share their heart and soul with a short performance of our very own trainers. Be prepared to be surprised!

Duration: 45-60 mins

Number of Participants: Up to 1000 pax

Trainers: 1-3 Speakers

Fees: Enquire Us

Introduction

Trainers will give a quick introduction of themselves and a chance to get to know everyone’s names

Inspirational Stories

Grab some tissues!

Our trainers will share with you what they’ve done in their lives that still surprises everyone

Resilience Segment

Are you in trouble?

Learn how to tackle the adversities of life with us

Empathy Segment

How do I react?

Find out more about how to treat and respect your friends with more empathy to make the world a better place to live in

Performance

Ending it with a bang!

Our resident musician will play you a tune or two to end the day!

Hear from Our Participants

Each speaker had different life experiences and gave helpful tips to share with the class with regards to their disability. […] The programme was truly inspirational and for a moment, I teared. I am confident that the students have benefited from this programme

Mdm Siti Hajar, Teacher • Westwood Secondary School

[The workshop has] taught me to become a better person and now I know how to help when I see a blind person who needs help.

Participant • Westwood Secondary School, May 2015

I think this workshop was really helpful in giving us the opportunity to understand what empathy and compassion meansand how to it put into practice. […] This workshop is a great way to bring everyone together and work towards a common goal.

Participant • Unilever, September 2015

The GITD workshop was inspiring and insightful. It taught us on valuing what we have, and also to always stay strong no matter how bad the circumstances are. It taught us about the adversity box, where we should look at things in a different perspective and mindset.

We should always remain optimistic and positive in life, so that we can look forward and move on after an obstacle we faced.

Shirleen • NTU WSC OVE, March 2018

Questions?

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