To be able to understand the nature of team and the way to dealing with conflicts; BMTA provided two days training at Children Development Center ( CDC) school.
Altogether 35 participants from migrant schools and partner CBOs such as Mae Tao clinic, Committee for Protection and Promoting Child Rights (CPPCR) and Karen Youth Organization (KYO) attend this training on 8-9 September 2012.
Ko Gyi Kyaw a trainer from Community Capacity Building Committee ( CCBC) and Beack Pack Health Worker Team (BPHWT) ; and Naing Naing Htun from CCBC and BMTA led and facilitated the training by the support of International Rescue Committee (IRC) partner development team.
The training have included the agendas: what is team, strong points and weak points, a good listener, speaker and communicator, team building game, game reflection and characteristic of a good team for day one; and reviewed on day one, cause of team failure, what is conflicts, game related with conflict resolution, game reflection, source of conflict & personal style dealing with conflicts for day two.
According to the feedback from trainees, pre test and post test; the training was successes and trainees realized the nature of team, source of conflicts and solutions as well as they requested more capacity building trainings especially for the area of financial management, facilitation skill, communication skill, leadership skill and strategic planning trainings.
BMTA is currently working in the area of capacity building for migrant education in Tak area, Thailand, curriculum integration for migrant education standard and its main principle to develop the education standards for migrants in the area and to represent the role of teachers in this by collaboration with World Education, IRC, Migrant Education Coordination Center (MECC): Ministry of Education (MOE) Tak area, all education organizations in this area and under an umbrella organization: Coordination Team for Displaced Children’s Education and Protection (CTDCEP).
This meeting created the sport activities for male and female teachers, essay and painting competition for children as pre-world teachers’ day activities as well as agendas for World Teachers’ Day 2012.
BMTA will hold its’ Migrant Teachers’ Conference and World Teachers’ Day celebration on 5th Oct 2012 by the support of World Education and local CBOs.
BMTA warmly welcomes to all involvements and collaborations whoever interested in the area of migrant education in Tak area and related with our above activities.