What is Track A?
Track A is an independent study program in the foundational ideas, context and work of the World Youth Alliance. Track A is a prerequisite for Regional Internships and for participation with the
Through Track A, members explore the question of Who is the Human Person? They practice articulating an authentic vision of the human person in the context of international development issue
How to use the on line system
Â· Interested members should write to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive their enrolment key, password and username.
Â· Members will be eligible to use the system only for three months
Â· All information regarding the training will be posted on the training system including training material, submission deadlines, comments and latest new
Â· Each registered trainee should belong to a group, the groups are listed per country i.e.
Â· Interested members must register before hand to give room for preparation, the calendar for 2007 is below.
( Kindly write to email@example.com to register, indicate when you wish to begin the training)
Â· The online training website is http://wya.salonesvirtuales.com
Procedure for taking up the 0n-line Training
Â· Trainees must read the assigned material in the training sets and answer the set of questions corresponding to each reading or section of the set.
Â· To help in understanding the text, discussions are scheduled throughout the program. Small learning teams can be formed among people who live in the same area, or are enrolled in the same school.
Â· Written/ typed answers to the assigned set of questions are submitted to the Regional Director of Operations via the online system. Deadline is set and each trainee should strictly follow the listed deadlines on the system depending on which group they are. Upon submitting the written answers to the regional staff, feedback will be given one to two weeks later.
Â· Each training set should be completed before proceeding to the next one.
Â· All answers should be done on Microsoft Word.
Merit and Demerit System
Once a member begins training, he/she is given 100 point
Â· For each delay in submission, a certain number of points is deducted (depending on the number of days delayed).
Â· To be eligible for accreditation, trainees must have completed all required questions and have at least 80 point
Ã If the trainee:
Ã Does not meet the completed question requirement, he/she may join the accreditation session but will not receive a certificate. The trainee will be considered accredited once all requirements are submitted (and if he/she meets the point requirement).
Ã Does not meet the point requirement, he/she cannot join the accreditation session.
Ã 1 point is deducted for each day a set of answers is delayed.
Â½ point is deducted for missing details (i.e. name, date, page numbers, questions being answered, and answers).
Ã Answers may be sent back to the trainee for review and revision
Members who are interested in applying for the New York Internship Program, the International Solidarity Forum and representing WYA â
The Accreditation Session will be organized by the regional office either during the President tour or Directors visit to respective countrie
2007 Calendar for Track A members
Due to overwhelming number of members interested in our online training, we have decided to only register 60 people per quarter. Interested participants must register before the deadline to be accepted into the program.
Below find a schedule to be followed throughout 2007.
Deadline for registration
January 5th 2007
April 5th 2007
15th December 2006
April 10th 2007
July 10th 2007
1st April 2007
July 20th 2007
1st July 2007
October 25th 2007
January 25th 2008
1st October 2007