October camp: the Royal Project
How will you define true leadership? Is it a type of leadership that imposes power? Or a leadership that governs by love and concerns for the people?
His Majesty, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, most people in Thailand knew him as “the Great.” He was also known as Rama IX. He was the One who had the world’s longest-serving heads of modern state. He was the longest-serving monarch in Thai history too.
This man is a true and genuine symbol of what leadership means. He imbibes the true meaning of a leader who seeks betterment for his people. Thus, Thai people fell in love with his kindness and headship.
To commemorate and honor his great work for the people, Kid Able Thailand initiated a program; OCTOBER CAMP: THE ROYAL PROJECT, which aims to highlight the different Royal Projects that his Majesty initiated and how these project made the life of every Thai people better and sustainable.
September 21-22, 2017, is the schedule training for both English and Chinese Teachers. This training aims to develop the teachers’ knowledge about the Royal Project which will enhance their creativity in sharing this knowledge to their learners in the upcoming October Camp.
Kid Able believes that by putting great prominence on the King’s influence to the development of Thailand and sharing it to our young learners will truly make a difference in their lives.
From the concept of Sufficiency Economy to the implementation of the Royal Rain Project, Kid Able will see to it that our students will be able to learn, imbibe and practice the virtues that the King has shared throughout his reign.
Leaders are not born, they are made, as what they say. Since Thai people are blessed to have had one great King, it is a must that we must carry out his vision to our young learners. In this way, we will be able to foster a future where leaders have the heart to serve their country, just as what His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej had taught us.
Join October camp in the different branches of Kid Able Thailand and learn more about the legacy of King Rama IX through the Royal Project.
#Kid #Able #Thailand
#Language #School for #Children
#King #Rama #IX #9