Empowering Dreams, Basava Samiti’s Learn2Grow Program Unveils Success
By Mr. Sooraj Chirangara
Basava Samiti’s Learn2Grow Program Unveils Success Stories on 16 March 2024 @Brisbane Square Library
Embarking on a revolutionary journey across the enchanting landscapes of Australia and New Zealand, Basava Samiti’s Learn2Grow Program is not just a program; it’s a vibrant movement orchestrated by a dedicated cadre of volunteers. This pulsating initiative is not merely redefining education and community engagement; it’s creating ripples of change that echo across the vast expanse of Oceania. The imminent Data visualisation project presentation in Brisbane on March 16 adds another layer to this movement. It transcends the mere classification of an event, becoming a jubilant celebration of realised dreams, finely honed skills and lives undergoing a profound transformation. In the hallowed halls of the Brisbane Square Library, the community is invited to witness the tangible impact of Learn2Grow, serving as a testament to the program’s unwavering commitment to empowerment and positive change, resonating far beyond the venue’s confines.
With a bold mission to break down barriers, Learn2Grow is not just making waves; it’s causing a tidal shift in the traditional education paradigms. Operated entirely by a passionate team of volunteers, this program is a beacon of inclusivity, inviting individuals with a thirst for knowledge but shackled by financial constraints to join the transformative journey. This isn’t just about providing education; it’s about fostering a nurturing environment where innovative ideas germinate, step up to solve community challenges and guide the community while imparting values of courage, honesty, and integrity, as per Guru Basava’s vachana. Learn2Grow is a testament to the fact that education is not confined to the four walls of a classroom; it’s an immersive experience that transcends boundaries, unlocking the full potential of every eager learner.
Some of the values highlighted through this Learn2Grow Program are mentioned below:
Dāsōha (ದಾಸೋಹಾ) is a concept introduced by Guru Basava, wherein the experts impart their knowledge to train and uplift the learners with kindness and gratitude.
The learners apply Kāyakavē kailāsa (ಕಾಯಕವೇ ಕೈಲಾಸ) – the concept of experiencing heaven through the adoption of Dāsōha while solving community problems using hi-tech platform offered by the Charity. In its relatively short existence of just 18 months, Learn2Grow has emerged not merely as an educational platform but as a transformative journey for those enthusiastic about learning yet hindered by financial constraints. Driven by a philosophy of hands-on learning, the program actively motivates volunteers to immerse themselves in certified training across a spectrum of technologies, including Microsoft, Google Analytics, Tableau, Graphics Design, and more. The essence goes beyond the mere acquisition of skills; it extends to the delivery of projects that actively contribute to initiatives on a community-wide scale. Learn2Grow not only imparts knowledge but also empowers individuals to translate that knowledge into tangible, impactful outcomes for the betterment of their communities.
As a progressive and forward-looking initiative, Learn2Grow deeply understands the pivotal role of open data projects in effectively addressing community issues. By harnessing the
formidable power of data transparency, the program strategically targets real-world challenges confronted by communities. The integration of open data initiatives has become intrinsic to the program’s fabric, serving as a catalyst that equips volunteers with invaluable skills and empowers them to actively contribute towards resolving pressing local issues. In essence, Learn2Grow recognises that the pathway to community improvement is paved with the insights and solutions derived from open data initiatives.
Please register to attend this launch by emailing email@example.com to understand and witness the outputs of data visualisation using Office of Fair-Trading complaints and their relationships and the accident frequency and its correlation to other parameters in South East Queensland on the 16th March based on the Department of Transport and Main Roads.