Singapore University of Social Sciences

Experiential Teambuilding (Medan, Indonesia)

Experiential Teambuilding (Medan, Indonesia) (ETB104)

Applications Open: To be confirmed

Applications Close: To be confirmed

Next Available Intake: To be confirmed

Course Types: To be confirmed

Language: English

Duration: 6 months

Fees: To be confirmed

Area of Interest: Business Administration, International Trade, Science and Technology

Schemes: To be confirmed

Funding: To be confirmed

School/Department: Student SUcceSS Centre


Experiential Team-building is to provide students with an experiential platform to cultivate a common SUSS identity, and to develop foundational aptitudes in self-awareness, community mindedness, and environmental consciousness. This is achieved through a combination of e-learning, experiential learning, and on-site training. Through engaging in activities like group performances, community mindedness workshops, and experiential sessions, students would become attuned to the interdependence between the self, community, and physical environment. This 2.5cu ETB10X will count towards SUSS Core Unrestricted Electives (out of a total requirement of 20cus).Assessment: Students’ performance will be graded in three tiers: pass with distinction, pass, and fail. The final grade will not count towards students’ CGPA.

Level: 1
Credit Units: 2.5
Presentation Pattern: -


  • Risk Assessment and Mitigation Principles
  • Community Engagement Values, Principles, and Practices
  • Strengths-based Approaches
  • Understanding Team Dynamics and Team development models
  • Social Emotional Competencies and Johari Windows
  • SPIRIT Core Values and Head, Heart, and Habit

Learning Outcome

  • Outline risks assessment and mitigation principles
  • Identify team development techniques through team development models
  • State how your family of origin, personal history, culture and background has shaped who you are today. Specifically, your personal identity and narrative.
  • Describe the values, strengths and assets of the community through strengths-based approaches
  • Practise team development techniques through team development models
  • Explain how the community leverages on the assets and strengths
  • Show how your personal identity and narratives contribute to your personal effectiveness, including your relationships with others.
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