Note: training courses may be cancelled last-minute due to extenuating factors. Register to ensure you are kept up-to-date of any changes
Essential orientation for all SU WA Volunteers and all staff and volunteers are required to attend every three years.
Usually run at the SU WA Office (unless otherwise specified) – 7 Irvine Street, Bayswater.
Cost: $5 donation
LEAD Camps are part of our Christian leadership development here at SU WA, and are open to all 17-35 year-olds wanting to grow, be challenged and inspired in ministry – either in an SU or local church context.
Who: 17-35 year-olds wanting to develop and grow as Christian leadersCost: TBA (Church sponsorship options available)When: TBAWhere: TBATransport: Options for transport may be offered by SU at $5 cost each way - campers will be updated with options over the coming weeks.Team Leaders: TBA
More information here.
We provide Bronze Medallion, Bronze Requal and SU Surf Upgrade training throughout the year.
Note: the Surf Upgrade is only recognised by SU WA and is a necessary qualification when running open water activities on Scripture Union programs. Only SU Volunteers with a current Bronze Medallion can complete the Surf Upgrade.
Please note that Bronze Full Course and Requal training will be delivered on separate days unless we have additional trainers. Be sure to select the correct date for the required training.
SU WA’s relational approach leads us to use small groups in many different ministry contexts. We encourage others to use this powerful transformational tool and offer training and a handbook that gives people the information and skills needed to lead small groups effectively.
Who: Yrs 9-12 (High School)
Training session by Sally Howe, SU Discipleship Catalyst.
Our friends at the Together Network in Hobart have come up with a simple, powerful format to share life and the hope of Jesus with our friends.
Training session by James Duff, City to City and Sally Howe, SU Discipleship Catalyst.
Learn what SU and City to City are offering to support churches who have a vision to make disciples who make disciples.
This training will help equip and empower your leaders.When: Saturday October the 24th, 9am-12pmWhere: Coolbellup Baptist Church, 21 Doherty Rd, Coolbellup WACost: Free
Royal Life Saving WA provides Provide First Aid training for $109 per person- we outsource this as it's more cost effective. You can find out more info and sign up here- this is the qualification we require of First Aiders on SU programs.
You can also register for a CPR requal here or a full Provide CPR course here if you would like (remembering that this isn't a required SU qualification).
What youth ministry leaders need most isn’t simply more easy answers to problems, more conferences and more impersonal training, but a relationship through which the youth ministry leader can be held accountable, be encouraged, and be helped to put their learnings into practice. The SU Journey program seeks to provide that relationship.
Who: Those who are responsible for a Youth Ministry (although we may accept some Youth Leaders)When: Feb – Dec 2019, at the convenience of the mentor and the Youth Ministry LeaderCost: TBA
Learn or refresh all the skills needed to safely run water-based activities on SU programs. SUPing, snorkelling, kayaking and rafting.
When: 8 am - 3:30 pm, Sunday 8th November 2020
Where: Point Peron (exact details TBC)
Registrations close 12 pm 6th November.
Date: Saturday 14th November 2020Time: Lunch 12pm, Training & Workshops 1pm - 4pmWhere: Mt Pleasant Uniting Church, cnr Coomora and Reynolds Roads, Mt PleasantSpeaker: James DuffCost: $15
We believe there is a need for Christian students to explore more deeply why followers of Jesus love and serve others. We want to build their understanding of what effective aid and development work looks like and increase their engagement in local and global mission.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more