Dear Indonesian Young Designers,
Our apology if you have received this information before.
We are glad to invite you, young leaders age 20-35, to apply to our* **Project Management and Leadership Training* for young leaders on climate change, which will be held in Indonesia, 24-29 August 2008.
Following the successful AYLCF http://www.britishcouncil.org/indonesia-society-aylcf-2007?mtklink=indonesia-society-aylcf-2007.htm event we held last December, this 5-day capacity-building programme is designed to give participants the skill they need to conduct a climate change-related project after the event. Seed funding is also available to participants with the best projects.
The participants will be from 7 countries in East Asia, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Korea, and Australia whose backgrounds are media, corporate, education, government, and education.
Please be advised that British Council will cover all of the expenses (transport, meals, accommodation, etc) of the selected participants.
If you are interested to join the programme, all you have to do is just to submit the online application which is available in our website www.britishcouncil.or.id or you can click here http://bcnow60.org/cpmt/form.php. You can also read the programme’s details there.
Please fulfil the online application in 20 July 2008 at the latest so that we can select the best candidates to represent the each country in the training. Shall you have any enquiry, don’t hesitate to contact us: email@example.com
Kindly forward this information to your contacts, partners and friends who are keen to apply.
We look forward to receiving application from Indonesian Young Designers
Thank you and best regards
Project Management and Leadership Training Team
T: +62 (0)21 515 5561
F: +62 (0)21 515 5562
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