Royal Family awards certificates to people with disabilities to participants in the ‘Tune In’ Project
ENGLISHSERBIANSPANISHTranslate from: Bosnian2449/5000More than 30 participants received certificates from the “Presidential Club” in the Royal Palace
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Prince Peter, Prince Philip and Mr Michael Garfankl, grandson of the Royal Couple attended the awarding of the Presidential Club Certificate to participants who successfully attended the training under the first phase of the Crown Prince Alexander’s Education and Culture Foundation project March 27, 2013 at 1pm at the Royal Palace.
Crown Prince Alexander’s Foundation for Education and Culture, the National Employment Service and the Embassy of Australia, which is the country with the highest inclusion of people with disabilities, are the co-organizers of the “Get Involved” project.
Mr. Dragan Vojvodic, one of the most successful motivational coaches in Serbia, is extremely pleased with the success and progress of all 30 students who have become part of the “Presidential Club”.
The “Get Involved” project was launched in September 2012 with the arrival of world-renowned motivational speaker Niko Vujicic in Belgrade and a lecture at the White Palace for representatives of socially responsible companies and students with disabilities.
The aim of the project is to empower, improve and improve the general position of persons with disabilities in society. The four-month Presidential Club program marked the beginning of the project.
This program sought to empower participants to strengthen their beliefs, change their behavior, and master new techniques – all of what makes a good president. The “Presidential Club” was led by Dragan Vojvodic, a renowned local coach and speaker.
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine together with HE Dr Helen Studert, Ambassador of Australia, visited the participants on several occasions and made sure of their progress.
The participants came from Belgrade, Novi Sad, Smederevo, Titel, Novi Pazar and Republika Srpska. They consisted mostly of unemployed persons with disabilities and several representatives of various associations who gave lectures to their members.
The “Get Involved” project will continue to operate over the next year, and participants will be able to acquire new knowledge and skills through competitive training, courses and lectures to gain the most competitiveness in the labor market.
A series of motivational lectures will be followed by a part of the project in which the participants deal with specific skills – working on a computer, foreign languages, writing projects and the like.Send feedbackHistorySavedCommunity