Training: Free. Online. Anytime.

Not long ago, DiscipleLand began providing free, online “how-to” training videos. Teachers can now learn about new and existing products, upcoming events, and more. We provide videos online so you can learn when you want—from the comfort of your home or office.

This practical article explores three benefits of using training videos and how they can become a valuable tool for equipping others.

1. Convenient

We provide training videos in a number of formats and platforms that can be accessed anywhere—24/7 (WebsiteYouTubeVimeoFaceBook). Though you can still bring together all your volunteers to view the videos on a day and time that is convenient for your team, that’s only one option. DiscipleLand’s training videos are available on demand, so everyone can access the topic at a time that is most convenient for him or her.

2. Flexible

DiscipleLand’s training videos are incredibly versatile. They can be viewed online or downloaded. They can be viewed on virtually any platform—phones, tablets, TVs, and computers. This makes our training video content useful to meet the needs of your entire team—a very adaptable training resource.

3. Free

One of the biggest ministry hurdles is paying for experienced trainers to come “on-site.” Travel costs can quickly eat away children’s ministry budgets. DiscipleLand’s training videos are easy and free to distribute to your team. Your ministry can minimize training expenses while maintaining an excellent standard of training—so you can invest time and money in other key areas.

Webinar Training

DiscipleLand frequently conducts webinars to help you learn more about what our curriculum can do for your ministry. Right from your desktop, you can participate in a live webinar or watch previously recorded sessions. Webinars feature both visual and audio content, and many include product demonstrations. To receive information about upcoming webinar topics and to receive a free training resource, subscribe to DiscipleLand’s newsletter.

OnSite Training

Videos work well for plenty of situations, but there are times when you need a special onsite training event to provide renewed confidence and to energize your whole staff. When these events are targeted to help volunteers improve in specific ministry areas, they are extremely valuable. Inviting a seasoned trainer can refresh your team and encourage your ministry vision. While a professional may reiterate some of the things you have been communicating, those same ideas often “connect” when they come from someone new to your team.

More Training Resources

DiscipleLand has partnered with the National Center for Biblical Parenting (NCBP) to bring you some great resources for dads and moms. NCBP’s Biblical Parenting University uses a “heart-based” approach to provide practical tools for helping families grow strong.

Additionally, DiscipleLand’s Blog offers many articles to help you “grow in your serve.” Plus, join the more than 3,000 teachers on our FaceBook page or visit our Pinterest page for free downloads. You’ll also find links to our “live chat” service or to email a note directly to us. Of course, you can always simply pick up the phone to talk with our friendly, in-house customer care team.

Free Download

Encouragement is the emotional and spiritual fuel that keeps you going when you’re ready to throw in the towel. God designed all human beings with a built-in need to be affirmed through encouraging words and actions. This free downloadable training resource will keep fresh fuel in the tanks of your volunteers! Click here for an immediate download.

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