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 EDUCATION

Officers, teachers complete Boys Brigade’s Basic Officers Training Course

16th March, 2020

By MOHD IZHAM B. HASHIM

KOTA KINABALU: A total of 26 officers and 27 teacher advisors successfully completed their Basic Officers Training Course (BTOC) organised by Boys Brigade (BB) Sabah to guide participants on conducting activities in secondary and primary schools.

The training course, approved by the State Education Department, provides officers and teacher advisors with better insight on new modules for the BB Club at schools as well as history, philosophy, 4-Sides Principles Programme, organisation structure, uniform and awards achievement scheme.

Designed in July last year, the new BB modules enable teacher advisors to use it as a guide to plan and conduct activities more creatively and effectively in their schools. The decentralized training program had been conducted at three different locations between Feb 15 to Feb 29 which include SJKC St. James, Kota Kinabalu, SK St. Monica, Sandakan and St. Patrick’s Church, Tawau.

Meanwhile, Andrew Kabi, a senior assistant from SK St. Patrick Tawau was thankful for the opportunity to join the training program, which had enhanced the quality of training in producing more capable officers and teacher advisors in the future.

“We have gained many new insights to plan our own programmes in a more interactive and creative way which can be utilized at schools,” he said, noting many participants were upbeat as they can utilize such training to claim as annual training hours.

One interesting module introduced by trainers is the exhilarating sport of frisbee, identified as one of the sporting events to make an appearance at the state games next year.

   
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