29 Sep '15, 4am

Wild Shores of Singapore: You can make a difference for our Marine Park! by @wildsingapore

Wild Shores of Singapore: You can make a difference for our Marine Park! by @wildsingapore

The Classroom Workshop is intended to develop confidence in new guides. And to come up with fun and effective ways to raise awareness about our shores. The bulk of this classroom session will involve small group discussions and role playing facilitated by experienced volunteer guides, including execises on making a difference at our walk, exercises on guiding techniques, dealing with tricky guiding situations, especially for new guides. Including how to deal with an unknown critter, dealing with ‘difficult people’. And a brief introduction to preparing and safety during the walk. The classroom session will also involve collaborative note-taking so you are encouraged to bring your laptop for real-time online sharing of ideas.

Full article: http://wildshores.blogspot.com/2015/09/you-can-make-diffe...

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