TLT Staff Training (online)
A series of five TLT Staff Training Online Courses have been developed based on the Teen Leadership Training Director’s Guide.
Courses are self-paced and can be taken as Adventist Youth Ministry Training (AYMT) courses which includes the development of a portfolio binder and a Portfolio Review when completed. Also, they can be taken as informative courses without a Portfolio Review.
The courses include: TLT Mentor Operations, Club Director / TLT Associate Director Operations, Area/District Coordinator Operations, Conference Director / TLT Coordinator Operations, and TLT Instructor Operations.
It is recommended that the TLT Mentor Operations course should be the first course that everyone takes. Then other courses should be taken according to your area of ministry.
TLT Mentor Operations
Instructor: Tracy Wood
Course Summary: The purpose of this self-study course is to equip TLT Mentors with the fundamental aspects of Teen Leadership Training (TLT) ministry in their club. This course is divided into four learning modules with learning activities and a quiz for each module.
Other TLT courses: www.pathfindersonline.org/tlt-ministry
TLT Staff Handouts
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KYTN Program Policy
TEEN LEADERSHIP TRAINING
"The TLT program is a four-year course designed to include all aspects of Pathfinder club management, programming operations, and encourage teens to explore and develop their talents in leadership, planning and social skills.
The program gives the TLT member permission to experience Pathfinder leadership under adult supervision. The program uses six major departments of a club as training sections. These include: Administrative, Finance/Clerical, Camping/Activities, Outreach, Counseling, and AY Classwork/Honors. Within each of these operations are several service areas that must be completed. Some clubs, due to size or location, will not require completion of all items under each section.
The key to the success of the TLT program is clear and ample communication. There must be effective and frequent communication between the TLT member and the Pathfinder club leadership."
(Teen Leadership Training Director's Guide- manual, North American Division Office of Pathfinder Ministries. 2nd Edition, March 2014)