The extended leadership team of the Association of Bhutanese in Australia (ABA) Sydney received one-day training on community management on April 20.
The management training, which was organized in collaboration with the Community Migrant Resource Center and Anglicare, was materialized to empower ABA members for effective management of the community organization, informed its Chairperson Dr Ohm Dhungel.
“There was a need of such a training to make our youths more skillful. We put a request to CMRC, and request instant positive response for this training,” said Dhungel, while announcing importance of such a training.
While, ABA advisor Ohm Dhungel did a powerpoint presentation on the organization’s activities, goal and objectives.
Participants took the training as an asset to empower them in the community and better manage the organization.
“The day went extremely useful. This kind of training is a must for all individuals involved in running a community organization. I expect similar trainings in future,” said Krishna Rai, one of the participants.
The trained was expected to play crucial role in enhancing leadership quality among the participants thereby showing clear paths on how to make a good connection with various social and community organizations in Australia, and various aspects that are a must to handle any community organization in Sydney, according to ABA General Secretary, Suman Chhetri.