The Salcon Smart Water Programme (SSWP), took place in partnership between Salcon Engineering Berhad and Water Watch Penang in Taman Persekutuan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, with a participation of a total of 40 students (Form 1 until Form 5), and 4teachers from Kuala Lumpur Sports School from 9.00am to 12.00pm.
Also present were the representatives from Salcon Berhad, Ms. Nor Anita Alias (Corporate Affairs Executive) and Ms. Fadwa Faieqah under Protégé Programme Malaysia.
15th July 2023: Water Watch Penang, in collaboration with Salcon Berhad, conducted the first Training of Trainers program of the year for teachers and educators at Taman Persekutuan Bukit Kiara. The program was attended by a total of 14 teachers and 2 undergraduates from various institutions: SMK (P) Taman Petaling (8 participants), SMK Puteri Titiwangsa (1 participant), Chong Hwa Independent High School (3 participants), SMK (L) Methodist Sentul (1 participant), SMK Seri Titiwangsa (1 participant), and Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) (2 participants).
The fifth and final Salcon Smart Water Program of the year took place on the 12th November 2022 at Taman Persekutuan Bukit Kiara in collaboration with Salcon Berhad. A total of 40 Form 6 students, and 4 teachers from SMK Bukit Gading attended this river activity.
1 October 2022: The third Salcon Smart Water Programme of the year 2022 in partnership with Water Watch Penang (WWP) was conducted at Bukit Kiara Federal Park. The event was participated by a total of 38 students and five teachers from SMK Convent Sentul alongside with representatives from Salcon Berhad, Mdm. Lee Shee Bee and Mr. Kong Qi Yan.
The intention of this curriculum is to convey rivers and water knowledge on a global, national, and local level, focusing on Selangor to the pupils. Dr. Hong Chern Wern was the instructor of the day, aided by trained facilitators and interns, Ms. Ong Ke Shin, Mr. Sharvind Sivan, Mr. Hanson Yeoh, Ms. Adeline Chong and Ms. Nur Aina Syahirah and a passionate volunteer, Ms. Alicia Khor,
16 July 2022: A total of 29 students and three teachers from SMK (L) Methodist Sentul were involved in the Salcon Smart Water Programme in collaboration with Water Watch Penang in Taman Persekutuan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
This was the second programme of the year under the Salcon partnership with Water Watch Penang for another participating school, targeting to educate students regarding the importance of water and the essential role of rivers as one of the water resources.