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ASEAN Cybersecurity Skilling Programme (ACSP) 8 April
April 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dear Guiders, Young Adults, GGS Members and Staff,
Girl Guides Singapore (GGS) is happy to share that we have been appointed as the only Local Implementing Partner in Singapore to support the ASEAN Cybersecurity Skilling Programme (ASEAN CSP) under the ASEAN Foundation.
In line with one of our key focus of Gender Equality (Sustainable Development Goal #5), GGS hopes to create a greater interest and raise awareness in digital literacy, internet safety, cyber security among girls and young women. The ASEAN CSP aims to enhance the capacities of the ASEAN teachers, NGO/CSO facilitators, educators, youth job seekers and fresh graduates across 7 ASEAN-Member States to build a digital ecosystem for the ASEAN community on cybersecurity.
We would like to invite you to collaborate with us in the ASEAN CSP. We hope to get your involvement as a Beneficiary receiving knowledge on Cybersecurity through the Empowerment Sessions facilitated by Master Trainers through a series of self-directed and synchronous outreach sessions.
Participants will have potential regional exposure, access to ASEAN Foundation’s huge network and can look forward to access to Microsoft’s resources on Cybersecurity. All participants will receive an e-certificate and a souvenir patch upon completion of the programme.
For the Beneficiaries, here are the additional sessions in 2023. The first two sessions will be conducted on:
- 8 April
- Division Learning Days
Please register here: Participant Registration
PNAA Leading for Innovation Initiative
Guide Units which wish to use this programme to complete a Leading for Innovation Initiative can continue with the following.
Submit a 1 – 2 page proposal on any of the following:
– Design an app that assists in educating other girls and young women about the importance of cybersecurity
– Design an app that will be able to detect cyber security scams e.g. phishing etc.
– Design a game that teaches other girls and young women about spotting scams and other cybersecurity breaches.
The initiatives can be submitted as per normal here: PNAA initiative submission
As per other initiatives, Guiders to ensure quality of work before submitting. We do not need a perfect prototype but to challenge our girls to think out of the box and innovate!
If you have any queries, please email Jasmine at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to working with you to make a difference in the area of cybersecurity!
Mrs Koh-Teh Yi Wen
Girl Guides Singapore