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Team Qatar Training 2017

Team Qatar Training 2017

Start Date:
16 Jan 2017 Download ICS File
End Date:
31 Jul 2017
Category:
Training, Mobile, English Program

The World Schools Debating Championships (WSDC) is an annual tournament involving pre-tertiary debaters. Founded in 1988, the tournament is held in a different location every year. Qatar hosted the largest ever WSDC in 2010. Every year since 2008, Qatar has sent a delegation to compete at the WSDC. QatarDebate developed and delivers an annual comprehensive and academically sound debate skills training that aims to equip a pool of high potential Qatari students between the ages of 12-18 years, to represent their country at regional and international debate competitions in the short- and long-run.

qatar-debate-logo-newsplaceholder.jpg The World Schools Debating Championships (WSDC) is an annual tournament involving pre-tertiary debaters. Founded in 1988, the tournament is held in a different location every year. Qatar hosted the largest ever WSDC in 2010. Every year since 2008, Qatar has sent a delegation to compete at the WSDC.
QatarDebate developed and delivers an annual comprehensive and academically sound debate skills training that aims to equip a pool of high potential Qatari students between the ages of 12-18 years, to represent their country at regional and international debate competitions in the short- and long-run

Learning Objectives: The Team Qatar’s Training program 2016-17 is designed to:

• Train a larger group of Qatari Students in Debating
• Maintain a junior Team Qatar to ensure better long-term development of Team Qatar
• Ensure a high-level of training in order to give Qatari Students international-level debate exposure and instruction.
• Improve Team Qatar’s understanding of philosophical principles
• Enjoy the learning experience in a creative and fun setting
• Exposed Team Qatar to team building and leadership development activities
 
to read more about Bali WSDC 2017 click here

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