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I was a former Red Cross Youth Link when I was a Primary 3 pupil in Peck Seah Primary School in 1970 and continued as a Red Cross Youth Cadet in Gan Eng Seng School from 1974 to 1977.

I joined the Open Unit in December 1977 which was for Red Cross Youth cadets who graduated from secondary schools. I was involved in training, welfare home visits, first aid duty and other youth services over the years. I was among the first batch of trainers to provide a comprehensive Youth Officers’ Course for school teachers. I took over the Open Unit in 1984. I started the Information Department of Red Cross Youth in 1985 which promoted the dissemination of Red Cross knowledge to schools and other stakeholders and organised Red Cross knowledge and current affairs quizzes. After returning from my further studies in New Zealand, I helped in various capacities, particularly in training, welfare home visits and the promotion of Red Cross Knowledge.

 

I was appointed Assistant Director in 1991 and subsequently to Deputy Director from 1998 to 2000. During this period, I spearheaded various initiatives including the systemic review of the ranking system and school syllabus, classification of the badges system and the introduction of the Red Cross Youth Excellent Unit Awards in line with the Ministry of Education guidelines and system. I was appointed the Director of Red Cross Youth in January 2001. During this period, I led the Red Cross Youth in further collaboration with the other uniformed group within the Ministry of Education and with the Red Cross Youth in the region. There was also further refinements of the system of training and recognition within and beyond the Red Cross Youth, as well as strategic review of the Red Cross Youth vis-à-vis the Singapore Red Cross to ensure continued relevance for the future. With planned leadership succession, I handed over the command of the Red Cross Youth in June 2008.