All GB leaders are invited to GB's spring conference - which will include training on the updated Life to the Full policies and safeguarding document.
The conference is for all GB's children and youth leaders and will take place on Saturday 3 March 2018 at All Nations Church, in Bedford.
GB International President Vivienne Aitchison will be guiding leaders through the updated Life to the Full policies and safeguarding document. This is compulsory training for GB leaders and gets updated every five years.
Leaders will also enjoy fellowship, worship, get to hear encouraging news, be equipped to take what they hear back home and much, much more.
The day's programme, downloadable below, will be as follows:
Start your day with coffee/tea, a biscuit and time to chat.
10.30am Annual General Meeting of the Girls’ Brigade England & Wales’ Network
This session includes worship and prayer, the election of office bearers, a finance update, an introduction to those representing GBEW at this year’s ICGB, census update, GDPR update, and other news from around the GB family. An agenda will be sent separately to the local area delegates.
Bring a sarnie, spend some cash at the GB shop, make some new friends, visit our prayer space and relax
1pm Train the trainers
Trainer Vivienne Aitchison will lead this session for all ensuring they’re confident to deliver Life to the Full training in their local areas.
2pm Comfort break
2.15pm Life to the Full
GB International President Vivienne Aitchison will be guiding us through the updated Life to the Full policies and safeguarding document. This is compulsory training for GB leaders and gets updated every five years. The £10 cost of attending conference includes a printed copy of this document.
GB’s prayer ministry team will be available to pray with and for you.
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