Category Archive: Training

Thrive’s training events

Alongside our regular network meetings and hubs for youth and children’s leaders, we hold training events throughout the year. Here are our are forthcoming training events.  

Jan 15

Thrive is committed to training youth & children’s leaders

Since Thrive started in 2011, investing in leaders has been at the heart of what we do. As we enter 2018 we are excited by the programme of training that we are able to offer to leaders over the year ahead. We have training for all those who serve the children and young people in …

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Nov 21

Thrive is helping more people to become youth workers

As Thrive continues to minister to the Church, we have experienced not only a hunger but a desire within many churches to grow youth ministers in support of their youth ministry. Our concern is, how do we grow and maintain a sustainable youth ministry in our churches today? As part of Thrive’s response to this …

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Aug 21

Thrive creates support online for youth leaders

When we started Thrive, we developed our website to be a ‘one-stop shop’ for youth leaders. There are plenty of excellent resources and teaching materials available on the internet; the challenge is finding them. Thrive’s website was designed to act as a big signpost to the best of the net. Alongside this, we wanted to …

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Aug 07

Leaders are growing stronger thanks to Thrive’s training

Training youth leaders has been part of Thrive’s vision since the start. Alongside building confidence in youth work, enabling leaders to have the necessary skills to lead effectively has been essential. Over the years we have offered training in a variety of areas including building  an effective youth leadership team,  growing a thriving youth group, …

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Jun 08

Should we call youth workers something more helpful?

If you know me, or have been reading my blog for a while, you will know that for some time I have not been a fan of the term ‘youth worker’. It seems to be the default title churches give when they employ someone, full time or part time, to develop their youth ministry within …

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