Blue Caps launches Albouystown fellowship

Social change organisation, Blue CAPS, on Friday August 15 launched its second Youth Leadership Development Programme at the Heavenly Light World Outreach Fellowship in Albouystown.

The programme, which will be conducted over three weekends, is based on the Blue CAPS’ Building Communities Through Leadership Training and Service (BCLTS) curriculum, a Blue CAPS release said.

The training is intended to enhance the leadership, planning, organizing, problem-solving and decision-making skills of the participants.

Eric Phillips was the featured presenter on the opening day and encouraged participants to identify themselves as a perfect product and to become servant leaders.

On Saturday August 16, participants were exposed to modules that dealt with critical and analytical thinking, public speaking and adaptive leadership, the release added.
This Blue CAPS photo shows the participants.

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