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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Owen Sound Youth Protection Workshop

Child and Youth Protection Workshop
In accordance with the Community of Christ Child Protection Policy, all persons who work with children and youth must be registered youth workers. This includes but is not limited to:
·  Sunday School teachers and Vacation Bible school staff
·  Youth leaders for Jr. and Sr. High
·  Drivers who transport children or youth to church sponsored events
·  All youth camp/ reunion staff
·  All Priesthood members
Registration requires references, informal interviews and a short training course.
Saturday June 7, 2014 from 9AM – 4PM
Owen Sound Community of Christ- 2555 8th Avenue West
Owen Sound, ON  (519) 371-2110
                                                             Instructor    Carman Thompson

All information is provided, as well as snacks and beverages . please bring a sack lunch.



To sign up for the training course or to learn more, please contact:          
Jan Bruce
519-371-9392
lbrucee709@rogers.com


Child and youth worker application forms can be found at www.CofChrist.org/legal/childprotection

2 comments:

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  2. Thank you for this important information, I didn’t know that in order to work with children it is necessary to register as a youth worker. But thanks to your article, I found out about this and will definitely attend the registration event, I really wanted you to add more information about what is needed for this ... Thank God on YouTube I managed to find a dozen videos on registration as a youth worker in which the authors spoke in detail about what is needed for successful registration. I noticed that almost all of these videos had at least 28 thousand views! I'm sure this is because their authors used the help of https://soclikes.com/ in order to wind up views on YouTube.

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