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Bookings now open for Refresh training day

12 Jul 2018

As a GB leader it’s great to be fully equipped/trained for activities you may do with your young people, or to be trained so that you can share your knowledge within your local area. So why not check out the variety of sessions on offer at our Refresh training day?

Come along with a group of leaders from your GB group, each choose a different training session and then go home full of new information and knowledge to use in your group. 

This event will take place on Saturday 15 September 2018 at Cliff College, Derbyshire, between 10.30am and 4pm.

The following training is on offer - Residential Event, an introduction to DofE, soul care, n:fluence 18+, Life to the Full, and mission toolkit/champions.

Download the booking form below for the full details and return it and pay by Friday 31 August 2018.

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