Time to take some participants go through the training in readiness for the PPI project

The implementation of the Programme for Pastoral Instruction (PPI) received a major boost following the training of at least 40 selected participants from across the country.
The team that included NCCK’s Regional Coordinator for Central Isaac Njoroge and Programme Officer Zacheaus Awino, will be expected to build the capacity of teachers and church volunteers who will be involved in the PPI programme.
During the week-long workshop cum training, participants were imparted with knowledge and relevant skills in diverse areas that are relevant to the programme.


We are up to the task ahead.....say participants as they pose for a group photo after the training

This included:
• Vision Casting- Participants were challenged to prioritize ministering to children as espoused in Mathew 19:14 in their disciple making efforts.
• Concepts of Learning- Participants were trained on concepts and principles on how children and young people learn and the different ways to teach children. Besides, they were taken through the Big Story of the bible and gospel tools.
• Training Approaches & Facilitation Methods- Participants were trained on various approaches to conducting successful training, facilitation skills and methods
• PPI in the context of General Education: Participants were taken through the PPI teaching and Learning Experiences in Kenya where it was reported that 60% of Kenya’s population is age 0-24 years old.
The workshop made various recommendations to the Council with a view of achieving PPI’s objectives.