Resources for Facilitators to deliver Lay Worker Training.  Includes all required resources. 

SMC_administrator Information and Resources: This course contains copies of all new communications from the Synod, which are specific to SMC_administrators. 

Facilitator Safety Resources: This document library holds secular material that can be used as a resource to increase the knowledge base for Facilitators working, providing pastoral care, and delivering training around Safety, and vulnerable people. 

Facilitator Document Library: The Facilitator Document Library contains copies of all new communications from the Synod, which are specific to Facilitators. 

Facilitator Training Resources: This course provides a brief overview of the changes to training from November 2019, and can be used by facilitators. 

Facilitator Training Resources: This Training module contains a Powerpoint presentation which provides step by step information for completing Registers of Workers for blue cards and training. This training provides assistance around the legislative requirements for registers and records, which are also captured in yearly congregational audits. Available for use by Training Facilitators.

Facilitator Training Resources: This course provides the resources for Facilitators to deliver all seven Modules for Safe Ministry with Children (SMC) training for all Lay Workers. As a minimum standard, all Lay Workers are required to complete SMC Training Module 1, prior to commencing working with children, and then continue to attend SMC training on a bi-annual basis. The resources provided in this course, cover all seven Modules of SMC Training, required to deliver initial Lay Worker Training.

Facilitator Training Resources: This course provides the resources for Facilitators to deliver Safe Ministry with Children (SMC) training for all Ministry Agents. Ministry Agents are required to complete SMC Training on an annual basis. The resources provided in this course, cover the course content required to deliver all 3 courses in the initial Ministry Agent Training.