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Staff Training Workshops (STW) History

Staff Training Workshops for the leaders of Christian Youth Camps of the Soviet Union were started in 1991 by Kingdom Ventures Inc. and have been conducted under the umbrella of CCI/Russia since 1994.


2017

St. Petersburg (Russia): 65 participants, 20 camps represented
Ekaterinburg (Russia): 37 participants, 13 camps represented

2016

Kaluga (Russia): 26 participants, 6 camps represented
Lipetsk (Russia): 44 participants, 8 camps represented
Ekaterinburg (Russia): 38 participants, 12 camps represented
Ventspils (Latvia): 28 participants, 6 camps represented

2015

Vladivostok (Russia): 33 participants, 6 camps represented
Ekaterinburg (Russia): 47 participants, 16 camps represented

2014

Vladivostok (Russia)
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
(Russia)
Novorossiysk
(Russia)
Kurgan (Russia)

2013

Lipetsk (Russia): 47 participants

2012

Novorossiysk (Russia): 66 participants - photos
Voronezh (Russia): 71 participants
Kurgan
(Russia): 35 participants
Ekaterinburg (Russia): 39 participants

2011

Vologda (Russia): 35 participants, 5 camps represented
Kurgan (Russia): 40 participants, 7 camps represented

2010

Moscow (Russia): 53 participants, 18 camps represented
Novorossiysk (Russia): 90 participants, 17 camps represented - photos
Kobrin (Belarus): 69 participants, 10 camps represented - photos
Kurgan (Russia): 32 participants, 4 camps represented
Tumen (Russia): 33 participants, 9 camps represented
Central Asia, 20 participants, 2 camps represented
Norkalni (Latvia): 61 participants, 16 camps represented - photos

2009

Moscow (Russia): 55 participants, 24 camps represented
Novorossiysk (Russia): 87 participants, 15 camps represented
Vologda (Russia: 17 participants, 2 camps represented
Ganchauskas (Latvia): 58 participants, 10 camps represented
Vladivostok (Russia): 40 participants

2008

Moscow (Russia): 99 participants, 40 camps represented
Cherepovets (Russia): 22 participants, 5 camps represented
Novorossiysk (Russia): 70 participants, 15 camps represented
Omsk (Russia): 51 participants, 17 camps represented
Minsk (Belarus): 93 participants, 18 camps represented
Norkalni (Latvia): 83 participants, 19 camps represented
Vladivostok (Russia): 44 participants, 11 camps represented

2007

Irkutsk (Russia): 52 participants, 13 camps represented
Novosibirsk (Russia): 53 participants, 16 camps represented
Minsk (Belarus): 132 participants, 16 camps represented
Moscow (Russia): 61 participants, 22 camps represented
Norkalni (Latvia): 56 participants, 16 camps represented
Novorossiysk (Russia): 60 participants, 15 camps represented

2006

Kurgan (Russia): 56 participants, 17 camps represented
Minsk (Belarus): 73 participants, 14 camps represented
Moscow (Russia): 142 participants, 56 camps represented
Norkalni (Latvia): 44 participants, 16 camps represented
Novorossiysk (Russia): 96 participants, 16 camps represented
Central Asia: 105 participants, 12 camps represented

2005

Norkalni (Latvia): 70 participants, 15 camps represented
Central Asia : 71 participants, 9 camps represented
Moscow
(Russia): 162 participants, 53 camps represented
Tumen (Russia), 93 participants, 25 camps represented
Minsk (Belarus): 53 participants, 12 camps represented
Tuapse (Russia), 116 participants, 22 camps represented
Novokuznetsk (Russia), 38 participants, 4 camps represented

2004

Tuapse (Russia), 71 participants, 14 camps represented
Moscow (Russia): 178 participants, 63 camps represented
Central Asia : 56 participants, 6 camps represented
Omsk (Russia): 84 participants, 20 camps represented
Svobodny (Russia): 47 participants, 12 camps represented
Ganchauskas (Latvia): 78 participants, 18 camps represented
Minsk (Belarus): 62 participants, 16 camps represented
Kiev (Ukraine), 61 participants
Vinnitsa
(Ukraine), 176 participants
(Ukraine: total 99 camps represented)
East Transcaucasia, 92 participants, 10 camps represented
Georgia, 90 participants, 12 camps represented
Moldova, 73 participants, 7 camps represented
Armenia, 51 participants, 10 camps represented

2003

Advanced Staff Training Workshops

Moscow (Russia), 45 participants, 29 camps represented
Kiev
(Ukraine), 79 participants, 42 camps represented

Basic Staff Training Workshops

Moscow (Russia), 93 participants, 42 camps represented
Central Asia
, 66 participants, 15 camps represented
Tuapse (Russia), 52 participants, 20 camps represented
Kobrin (Belarus), 20 participants, 8 camps represented
Vinnitsa (Ukraine), 257 participants, 89 camps represented
Tbilisi
(Georgia), 82 participants, 10 camps represented
Yerevan
(Armenia), 72 participants, 12 camps represented
Ganchauskas
(Latvia), 44 participants, 15 camps represented - photos
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Russia), 30 participants, 6 camps represented

2002

Moscow (Russia), 142 participants, 58 camps represented
Central Asia, 32 participants, 10 camps represented
Kiev (Ukraine), 100 participants, 46 camps represented
Novorossiysk (Russia), 98 participants, 29 camps represented
Kobrin (Belarus), 30 participants, 12 camps represented
Vinnitsa (Ukraine), 250 participants, 73 camps represented
Ganchauskas
(Latvia), 60 participants, 15 camps represented
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Russia), 28 participants, 6 camps represented
Tsemi (Georgia), 95 participants, 14 camps represented

2001

Kobrin (Belarus), 61 participants, 19 camps represented
Kharkov (Ukraine), 175 participants, 45 camps represented
Moscow (Russia), 182 participants, 50 camps represented
Tumen (Russia), 38 participants, 16 camps represented
Central Asia , 77 participants, 13 camps represented
Vinnitsa (Ukraine), 113 participants, 33 camps represented
Tuapse (Russia), 108 participants, 25 camps represented
Odessa (Ukraine), 160 participants, 40 camps represented
Ganchauskas (Latvia), 76 participants, 15 camps represented
Tsemi (Georgia), 106 participants, 13 camps represented

2000

Novosibirsk (Russia), 30 participants, 9 camps represented
Irkutsk (Russia), 48 participants, 13 camps represented (held simultaneously with a Camp Directors' Seminar)
Blagoveshchensk (Russia), 59 participants, 17 camps represented (held simultaneously with a Camp Directors' Seminar)
Yekaterinburg (Russia), 74 participants, 19 camps represented
Moscow (Russia), 112 participants, 39 camps represented
Minsk (Belarus), 25 participants, 6 camps represented
Johvi (Estonia), 39 participants, 14 camps represented
Beltsy (Moldova), 67 participants, 4 camps represented
Vinnitsa (Ukraine), 150 participants, 47 camps represented
Kharkov (Ukraine), 123 participants, 37 camps represented
Feodosia (Crimea), 41 participants, 12 camps represented
Anapa (Russia), 157 participants, 30 camps represented
Tbilisi (Georgia), 103 participants, 10 camps represented

1999

Irkutsk (Russia), 46 participants, 13 camps represented
Blagoveshchensk (Russia), 58 participants, 12 camps represented
Milkovo (Russia), 23 participants, 1 camp represented
Yekaterinburg (Russia), 78 participants, 25 camps represented
Moscow (Russia), 115 participants, 36 camps represented
Riga (Latvia), 60 participants, 20 camps represented
Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine), 158 participants, 36 camps represented
Truskavets (Ukraine), 141 participants, 25 camps represented
Beltsy (Moldova), 51 participants, 8 camps represented
Borjomi (Georgia), 116 participants, 6 camps represented
Anapa (Russia), 117 participants, 22 camps represented

1998

Omsk (Russia), 86 participants, 29 camps represented
Blagoveshchensk (Russia), 40 participants, 12 camps represented
Krivoy Rog (Ukraine), 140 participants, 32 camps represented
Kishinev (Moldova), 52 participants, 13 camps represented
St. Petersburg (Russia), 83 participants, 34 camps represented
Riga (Latvia), 54 participants, 15 camps represented
Anapa (Russia), 112 participants, 29 camps represented

1997

Omsk (Russia), 63 participants, 21 camps represented
Khabarovsk (Russia), 52 participants, 14 camps represented
Riga (Latvia), 68 participants, 17 camps represented
St. Petersburg (Russia), 103 participants, 35 camps represented
Anapa (Russia), 95 participants, 21 camps represented
Vinnitsa (Ukraine), 151 participants, 34 camps represented

1996

Omsk (Russia), 58 participants, 17 camps represented
Svobodny (Russia), 37 participants, 11 camps represented
Riga (Latvia), 65 participants, 16 camps represented
Anapa (Russia) I, 61 participants, 19 camps represented
Anapa (Russia) II, 72 participants, 20 camps represented
Vinnitsa (Ukraine), 122 participants, 31 camps represented

1995

Novosibirsk (Russia), 71 participants, 18 camps represented
Anapa (Russia) I, 104 participants, 31 camps represented
Anapa (Russia) II, 71 participants, 25 camps represented
Anapa (Russia) III, 15 participants, 14 camps represented (specialized seminar for camp nurses)
Riga (Latvia), 94 participants, (n/a) camps represented

1994

Anapa (Russia), 145 participants, 28 camps represented


 

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