Growing leaders: training the trainers course
In the context of the need to equip the leaders of today and tomorrow in the church of Jesus Christ, Chris Kellock of the Church Pastoral Aid Society recently visited Inverness to outline a forthcoming 'Training the Trainers' leadership training day in Perth.
According to the CPAS web site Growing Leaders Training the Trainers day provides practical insights into how to grow leaders in the local church as well as equip you to use the Growing Leaders resource pack.
In speaking to Christians Together, Rev. Chris Kellock of CPAS said:
We know from previous experience that attending a Growing Leaders Training the Trainers day makes a big difference to the way people run the course. We consider both the principles underlying Growing Leaders as well as the practicalities of how to set up a course.
Chris has a background as a minister and a RAF chaplain. He has also spent time working with Scriputure Union. You can hear a short interview that Chris gave to Christians Together where he outlines the background to and purpose of the Training the Trainers day as a 'toe-in-the-water' introductory session to any individual or church hoping to develop their leadership team.
CPAS 'Growing Leaders': Training the Trainers day
Saturday, 14 November 2009
10.00am - 4.00pm
Riverside Church, Perth PH1 3DJ
Course Fee: £15.00
Discount: Discounts apply to group bookings - £15.00 for the first person and £10.00 for each additional person.
Book online (you will need to register with the CPAS site; discounts will be applied on the final payment screen) or contact:
Ceri Hewitt Tel. 01926 458425
'No learning experience has been more effective in making room for God to stir the hearts of leaders in our church! Growing Leaders helped us develop a shared biblical vocabulary and framework for the challenge and adventure of leadership, it kept us focused on God’s agenda for our leaders rather than our own, and it has fostered meaningful relationships among participants, mentors, and course facilitators.' Trevor Seath, church pastor
Christians Together, 13/10/2009