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CA Sri Lanka’s YCAF enhances skills of young CAs


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The Young Chartered Accountants Forum (YCAF) of CA Sri Lanka organised a training program for young members of its fraternity. The training program was the first of its kind conducted in the history of YCAF. The training partner was Che Adventure Park based in Kosgama along the Kelani River.  



The training sessions included team building activities, along with marksmanship, archery, aerial rope, flat water rafting, rock climbing, slithering, rappelling, and low and high rope courses. The activities were conducted to enhance self-awareness, leadership, teamwork, communication and crisis handling skills of the young CA members. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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