Sunday, 16 October 2016

Quality International Training in Citizenship, Journalism, Democracy and Peace

Dignified digital visitors to Villa Twaklinilkawt, from all over the world, are often here to participate in quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace.


All international training is conducted in the English language.  Even so, most participants are likely to have a practical understanding of at least two other languages and/or they are expected to possess several other talents.

Dignity is at the heart of all quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace, whether in the digital sphere or in the world of real problems.  Indeed, all seemingly digital problems have their sources in the physical, political and social worlds.

Understanding the sources of problems, and the sources of knowledge about problems, is only the beginning of solving any problem.  Identifying and defining problems is initially necessary, quite obviously.

The quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace, as supplied through Villa Twaklinilkawt, begins with the practical implementation of consistently accurate processes for the identification, definition, comprehension of political problems.

The training continues with the accurate assessment of reliable sources of knowledge about political problems.  Those sources are not necessarily the same as the reliable sources likely to solve a particular political problem.

The next step in the training, therefore, is to identify the most reliable sources likely to solve a clearly defined political problem.  Most people have difficulty identifying the characteristics of a political problem, hence the importance of quality training in that regard.

To ensure the trainees have the highest quality environment in which to develop their skills in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace, several areas of Villa Twaklinilkawt will no longer be accessible to non-trainee visitors.  The trainees begin their examination of political problems through their explorations through the current main science studio.  Where do you usually learn about political science, psychology, sociology, philosophy, history, culture and literary non-fiction?

Further examinations of specific issues then take place within the glorious gateway of gratitude.  Gaining an accurate perspective of any situation requires first-hand knowledge of boundaries, portals, motives and emotions, of course.

Trainees will, concurrently, be expected to gather evidence to verify or refute the official history of Villa Twaklinilkawt.  Such a task should be within the capability of any person seeking to be a good citizen, a good journalist, an upholder of democracy and an advocate for peace.

The trainees subsequently go down the winding corridor to learn more about leadership, particularly political leadership.  This may or may not be a long process, depending on the leadership qualities of each trainee.

The course has all the necessary inclusions.  This is why training was postponed during renovations of the investigative unit.

To learn about the provision of quality local news, particularly in emergency situations, supervised, unpaid work experience placements are possible for suitably successful trainees.  Several placements are possible in relation to citizen-journalism in the Adelaidezone news observatory, for example.

Through the opportunities provided through quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace, here in Villa Twaklinilkawt, the trainees will soon have exclusive access to the archival resources down in the enlightening news vaults.

The course is offered as an advanced service of the International Training Centre for the Harmonious Interplay of Beauty, Understanding and Magnificence.  The free virtual tour of Villa Twaklinilkawt is currently sponsored by the International Training Centre, as are several other free educational, information services supplied through Villa Twaklinikawt.

What does education mean to you?  What does information mean to you?  What does training mean to you?  What does service mean to you?

Please expect to supply clear, accurate, well-sourced answers to such questions when applying to participate in this training course.  Have you completed any of the free, introductory tutorials yet?  Have you participated in any coaching here, or any of the workshops?

Throughout the quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace, one of the challenges most trainees face relates to obeying the highly serious senior security guards, moderators, monitors and beadles.  You will be expected to reflect carefully upon whether to follow any instruction and to questions why the instruction should be obeyed.

Similarly, you will be expected to question the philosophy upon which the culture within Villa Twaklinilkawt is based.  You will be expected to do so calmly, reasonably and politely.  This will assist you to identify and question the stated and unstated philosophy behind any cultural practice, anywhere in the world.

Before beginning the training, please ensure you are adequately familiar with the environment.  The public virtual tour of Villa Twaklinilkawt provides a safe starting point for your further explorations, investigations and reporting, anywhere around the globe.

New trainees are usually apprehensive at the entrance to the grand hallway of Villa Twaklinilkawt.  That is not at all surprising.

The more advanced trainees are encouraged to consider joining the guardians of the gardens of welcome in order to help newcomers settle into the culture and environment of the course.  The training itself is non-competitive, hence the welcoming atmosphere

Before being assessed more generally on their abilities and areas for possible improvement, each participant is required to assess the benefits of co-operation in the context of overcoming corruption.  Trustworthiness is the basis of good citizenship, good journalism, democracy and peace, hence being of service to the greater good, in the public interest, is paramount.

Quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace will always be of service to the development and maintenance of honest, civilised societies yet many trainees are additionally apprehensive, or at least reluctant, to participate in training through the service wing.  In view of this, the public tours will soon no longer go through the service wing.  This will hopefully prevent the trainees from feeling excessively embarrassed by the mistakes they frequently make in the service of truth, peace, prosperity, beauty, understanding and magnificence.

The place of the anonymous and the pseudonymous, and nicknames and job titles, in relation to citizenship, civic participation, journalism, research and creativity will also be examined during the course.  Once the trainees begin to be seemingly proficient, they will be provided with an introduction to the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper and other distinguished and reliable yet anonymous sources. 

Throughout the course, several areas of Villa Twaklinilkawt will be staying open for leadership, of course.  Enlightened leaders always know the difference between controversy and reasonableness.  They always choose the latter when seeking to resolve difficulties.

But climbing the ethereal observation tower is difficult for any inadequate leader.  Any potentially enlightened leaders amongst the current trainees will already be investing in the investigative unit.  They will regularly have enjoyed participating in the World Enlightenment Forum.  They will also have spent much time researching in the main digital archive within Villa Twaklinilkawt.

Over the next few months, only current trainees will have access to those archives for research purposes.  No tours will be permitted within the archives except for trainees.

You may already have received an invitation to meet our most senior ethereal tour guide, whether by joining a tour of the main archives, or by participating in discussions whilst visiting the parlour meant for you.  You may even have been introduced to the senior ethereal tour guide at the entry to the beautiful boudoir or during a workshop for potential guardians of the gardens of welcome.

Understanding the historical context of social status, cultural influence, and the development of government policies, is important for anyone participating in quality international training in citizenship, journalism, democracy and peace.  Even if you have no interest in being a journalist, or even a citizen-journalist, and even if you are not a proper citizen of any society, please ensure you understand gender issues, citizenship issues and economic issues sufficiently well before applying for the course.  Where do you usually learn about such matters?

Trainees, whether relatively ignorant or relatively well-informed, often have trouble finding the lost proper tea office.  Where do you usually go when in need of emotional and cognitive assistance and social support?  And where do you usually recommend other people go when they display similar needs to yourself?  Where do you suggest they go if their needs do not match your own?