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Additional Training Programs

Post-Abortion SeminarsFall FellowshipsLeadership and Management SeminarCamp Directors Seminars

Post-Abortion Seminars

Information on the Post-Abortion Seminar "Forgiven and Set Free" is available in Russian.


Fall Fellowships

These events are short (one- or two-day) meetings of Christian camp leaders of individual geographic regions (usually 100 to 300 km from the place of the meeting). Fall Fellowships are initiated, planned, organized and lead by local camps. They take place at supporting churches or at local campsites. The goals of FFs are:

  • Introduce CCI/Russia to those who aren't familiar with the Association.
  • Share experiences, reports, training.
  • Encourage and build-up those who gave their time and effort to camp ministry.

Topics for discussion are initiated by participants and regional leaders and may include some of the following:

  • Acquiring and operating a permanent campsite
  • Dealing with post-camp burn-out
  • New program ideas
  • Summer camps evaluation
  • Working with new Christians


Leadership and Management Seminar (discontinued)

Purpose

To train and equip Christian leaders, how to lead a Christian organization. It can be a church, camp or other organization.

History

Christian Camping International/Russia conducted three Leadership and Management Seminars in 2003 and 2004.

2004

Krasnoyarsk (Russia), 30 participants, 15 camps represented.
Instructor: Rudi Dueck

2003

Kiev (Ukraine), 1st Group: 21 participants, 2 countries represented.
Instructors: Rudi Dueck, Bob Hilts

Kiev (Ukraine), 2nd Group: 28 participants, 4 countries represented.
Instructors: Rudi Dueck, Bob Hilts


Camp Directors Seminars (discontinued)

These seminars were specifically designed to teach camp directors and program leaders how to organize and operate camps. Many topics were covered, including:

  • Biblical leadership
  • Bookkeeping
  • Campsite management
  • Caring for your family
  • Christian camp as a part of the local church
  • Developing and implementing a camp program
  • Developing communication skills
  • Emergency procedures
  • Establishing your purpose and achieving it
  • Food services management
  • Formulating and implementing camp policy
  • Fundraising
  • Legal aspects of youth camp management
  • Monthly work plan
  • Office management
  • Philosophy of organized Christian camping
  • Recruiting your staff
  • Safety in a Christian camp
  • Sharing with and learning from other directors
  • Training your staff
  • Working with campers with special needs

History

Christian Camping International/Russia conducted a total of 16 Camp Directors Seminars from 1994 through 2000.

2000

Khmelnik (Ukraine), 238 participants, 99 camps represented, 5 countries represented
Moscow (Russia), 156 participants, 92 camps represented, 9 countries represented
Yekaterinburg (Russia), 58 participants, 34 camps represented, 2 countries represented
Irkutsk (Russia), 48 participants, 13 camps represented, 1 country represented (held simultaneously with a Staff Training Workshop)
Blagoveshchensk (Russia), 59 participants, 17 camps represented, 1 country represented (held simultaneously with a Staff Training Workshop)

1999

Kazan (Russia), 111 participants, 72 camps represented, 2 countries represented
Irkutsk (Russia), 44 participants, 29 camps represented, 1 country represented
Minsk (Belarus), 144 participants, 78 camps represented, 7 countries represented

1998

Kiev (Ukraine), 119 participants, 94 camps represented, 8 countries represented
Omsk (Russia), 52 participants, 37 camps represented, 2 countries represented

1997

St. Petersburg (Russia), 128 participants, 88 camps represented, 8 countries represented
Omsk (Russia), 49 participants, 30 camps represented, 3 countries represented

1996

St. Petersburg (Russia), 105 participants, 79 camps represented, 8 countries represented
Khabarovsk (Russia), 31 participants, 15 camps represented, 1 country represented

1995

St. Petersburg (Russia), 85 participants, 70 camps represented, 7 countries represented

1994

St. Petersburg (Russia), 31 participants, 23 camps represented, 4 countries represented


 

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