Tuesday, 22 March 2016 07:32

Youth Leadership Training

On 22 March, 2016, there were 22 participants and other 4 females from CLC’s affiliated have attended the training on “Youth and Successful leader” which strengthening to federation, local union member and CLC staffs. The purpose training is to provide basic leadership concept and knowledge to union’s youth and university students to strengthen the leadership role and skill, Provide the opportunity to youth in learning process and get more

benefits from social work and education and Build confidential and commitment for you in public speaking especially, strengthen their capacity to be a good leader in future.

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