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JCI Discover 2020: Impacting Communities. Achieving Results.

Every exciting journey begins with discovering a new path. In this interactive course, participants embark on an engaging journey that goes down the path that answers why JCI exists. Through group activities and discussion, participants will understand the core values and framework that drives the JCI Mission, explore the skills you can develop through JCI, and what it means to be an active citizen creating sustainable impact in a changing world.

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Product Description

Being involved in an NGO is all about impacting your community as well as self development. It is all about seeking out other active citizens like you, and bringing them into your projects to achieve greater results. JCI Malta is running two special courses that will teach you all about impacting your communities and achieving results.

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Main Details

Date: 24.07.2020
Time: 8pm
Venue: QBar Valletta
Event Details: Networking drinks & nibbles

Date: 25.07.2020
Time: 8.30am-4.30pm
Venue: Fort St Elmo
Event Details:

  • 8.30am: Registration
  • 8.50am: Introduction and welcome
  • 9am: JCI Discover Part 1
  • 10.30am: Coffee Break
  • 11am: JCI Discover Part 2
  • 12.30pm: Lunch Break
  • 1.15pm: Engage. Empower. Grow. Part 1
  • 2.45pm: Coffee Break
  • 3pm: Engage. Empower. Grow. Part 2
  • 4.30pm: Certificate of Attendance giving

Course Details

JCI Discover

About the Course

Every exciting journey begins with discovering a new path. In this interactive course, participants embark on an engaging journey that goes down the path that answers why JCI exists. Through group activities and discussion, participants will understand the core values and framework that drives the JCI Mission, explore the skills you can develop through JCI, and what it means to be an active citizen creating sustainable impact in a changing world.

Objectives

  1. Discover why JCI exists and explore the Mission of the organisation.
  2. Understand what makes a leader, and the leadership skills you can develop through JCI.
  3. Discover how to be a leader and create a sustainable impact in today’s world.

Main Points

  • Understanding JCI’s Mission
  • The Journey of the Active Citizen
  • Becoming an Active Citizen

 

Engage. Empower. Grow.

About the Course

The aim of this course is to help Local Organisations structure their recruitment process and create membership retention and management strategies that will lead to growth in quality members in their Local Organisation. This will be achieved through finding, properly training, and inducting candidates into becoming effective and active members who will climb the JCI career ladder and in turn motivate other candidates to join the organisation.

Objectives

  1. Understand your Local Organisation better and prepare for recruitment.
  2. Provide your Local Organisation with tools to conduct effective recruitment
  3. Turn potential members into active & committed members
  4. Learn how to manage and maintain your new and existing members

Modules

  • Preparation and Research
  • Recruitment
  • Becoming a Member
  • Membership Retention & Management

 

Trainer

Heidi Jäntti from Helsinki, Finland works as a training director for The Federation of Finnish Enterprises. Heidi is also a licensed pharmacist and has a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy. Heidi has a passion for learning and skills development and therefore has also studied Psychology and Educational Sciences. Heidi has been an active member of JCI since 2007 and a trainer since 2011. Currently, she is a member of JCI Helsinki.

 

Certification & Accreditation

While this course is a JCI Accredited course, anyone can participate in this training for FREE. JCI Malta members will have the opportunity to sign up for the course also through jci.cc (https://jci.cc/en/trainings/26367) and following completion, take a test that will get them accredited in the course. These accreditations are perfect for anyone who would like to eventually become a JCI Accredited trainer and be able to deliver trainings not just locally but also world wide. Participants of the training that are not JCI Malta members, will receive a generic certificate of participation on the day that the course is completed.

 

Our Sponsor

This project has been funded by the Small Initiatives Support Scheme (SIS), managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector (MCVS). This project/publication reflects the views only of the author, and the MCVS cannot be held responsible for the content or any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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