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ADAPT'S HISTORY

It all started in 1998, after the founding members of ADAPT had successfully implemented a 24 – Session Personal Development Program for the students of Preston University, Islamabad Campus. The program was designed to help students sharpen their creative thinking, communication and interpersonal skills. 

 

In February 2000, ADAPT teamed up with a national NGO, Pakistan Community Development Council (PCDC). In Pakistan the concept of personal enrichment trainings was actually introduced by PCDC in 1992. Since 2000, ADAPT has been organizing non-conformist workshops related to Personal Enrichment and Professional Growth in collaboration with PCDC. 

 

With a strong passion for developing next generation digital art, ADAPT launched its sister concern, Trance Grafix The Virtual Studios in March 2002. During the period 2002 to 2003, Trance Grafix’s creative squad developed a number of 3D animated presentations for ADAPT’s Bookless Classroom Project, which in August 2003 became part of ADAPT’s CREED (Children’s Resources for Effective Education and Development) Initiative. Although Trance Grafix is an independent entity that develops graphics for the television and other media, however, it designs various publications, training materials and e-learning tools for ADAPT.

 

From 2004 till date, ADAPT has developed and conducted several capacity building segments for international and national organizations that include an extensive assortment of engaging exercises making effective use of movie clips, digital art, stories / anecdotes, cases, creative stimulants, associative thinking, facilitator-led discussions, simulations, role-plays, fishbowl activities, buzz groups, whips, etc.

 

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