Thursday, January 21, 2016

KP teachers trained in techniques to help traumatised students

PESHAWAR: The educators of 45 tuition based schools in the Bara tehsil of Khyber Agency got preparing from the authorities of the Fata Education Foundation (FEF) on the most proficient method to help traumatic schoolchildren to resume ordinary life.

The establishment in a joint effort with Unicef sorted out two-day preparing "Psycho Social Support Skills" here. The instructors from tuition based schools went to the instructional course. Appointee Managing Director FEF Hashim Khan Afridi, Manager Planning and Development Javed Khan Afridi, Assistant Manager Muhammad Uzair, Additional Director Education Department Fata Abbas Khan and others were likewise in the participation. Talking on the event Hashim Afridi said that their point was to prepare the educators of the non-public schools in managing mental issues of the understudies.

He included that the kids who experienced injury amid the most recent couple of years in militancy-stricken tribal zones would be taught distinctively by instructors who were prepared as of late. The instructors, he said, could assume a key part to draw out the school-going kids from injury and convey them to ordinary life.

"It is a pilot venture and the office is considering over to stretch out it to other tribal offices," he kept up. He said the division had restricted assets and the motivation behind why it orchestrated the preparation with backing of Unicef.

Hashim Afridi included that Fata Education Foundation was working under open private organization and it was approved to work for reinforcing private schooling establishments. An authority of FEF while sharing insights on the event said that somewhere in the range of 180 instructors would be prepared and they would grant their abilities and learning to kids.

"Our youngsters are exceptionally capable and capable, however shockingly they are enduring the worst part of militancy," said General Secretary of Private Schools Association Asghar Khan. "It was an imperative preparing for us as the methods and aptitudes we learnt would be utilized to offer the kids some assistance with facing any traumatic circumstance," he included.