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Bayside Adventure Sports Staff Training
|March 23||6:45pm - 8:15pm||890 Glenn Drive – Multipurpose Room||Free|
An event every week that begins at 6:45 pm on Monday, repeating until March 23, 2020
Are you looking for a ministry that combines your commitment to the Lord, your passion for the outdoors, & connecting with people? Bayside Adventure Sports may just be the ministry for you! We have many roles for volunteers that can be found on our website HERE.
This is a 4-week Training Course for those wanting to volunteer. The classes will be March 2, 9, 16, and 23rd at Bayside Folsom.
4 WEEK BAS STAFF TRAINING
(90 minute sessions, 6:45-8:15pm)
Description: Bayside Adventure Sports is an almost all-volunteer, stand-alone 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Christian Ministry. Launched in 1998 by Greg Weisman at Bayside Church, it is a unique church-based ministry that uses Adventure Sports to Attract and Attach people to Jesus and His Church. With over 350 events a year in almost 20 sports from beginner to Advanced from 90 minute classes to multi-week Epic Adventures, it is for men, women, marrieds, singles, families, kids, Christians and Non-Christians. Over 100 volunteers serve in self-defined roles based on their love for Jesus, their passion for the outdoors, and their realistic time available. This Staff Training Course is designed to equip volunteers to join the team and begin serving others effectively, and have a blast while doing it!
WEEK #1 Intro To BAS and Serving as a Volunteer
1. Introductions – Why are you here at this meeting? Goal is to make sure that our training will answer the questions and best prepare those who are here.
2. A quick overview of the History, Vision, Purpose, Structure & Key Leaders of BAS.
3. How BAS actually functions: the Org Structure, Membership, Basic Volunteer Roles, On-Ramp, Training Plan, Application, and communication pathways.
A. Read through the optional roles for volunteers on the website HERE and communicate with Greg Weisman about questions as you narrow down a possible area in which you might serve.
B. Fill out the Volunteer Application
C. If you have not participated in a BAS Event yet, look at upcoming events and find one to attend (best way to see how we function and what some volunteers do).
WEEK #2 Determining Your Volunteer Role
1. Who You Are
A. Your FaithStory
2. Your Strengths, Passion, Personality,
3. A Deeper Look into Volunteer Roles in BAS, Q & A about specifics
4. FAQs about how planning, running, or serving on the BAS Team
5. Homework: Evaluate, Pray through, and connect with BAS Staff about options
WEEK #3 How To Plan, Post, & Pull-off a BAS Event
1. Basic Planning Outline
2. Specific Types of Events
A. Special Events, i.e. Training Classes, Guest Speakers, Films, or Presentations
B. Weekly Bible Study, Starting Point, Alpha, or other Small Group
C. Half-Day and Full-Day Outdoor Activities (this is what we do most of)
D. Weekend Trips
E. Week long or Longer Trips
3. How to handle the five most common issues that can happen on an event (like having a really unprepared or irritable person on the event or how to handle emergency situations).
A. Read through the Operations Manual section on planning events
B. Spend time reading about upcoming events currently on the schedule to begin formulating ideas for what you would like to either plan or help with.
WEEK #4 How To Turn Activity into Ministry
1. How to create an atmosphere where ministry happens
2. BAS Devotionals and how to use them
3. Three Tips for Having a Spiritually Focused Conversation
4. How to create your own Adventure Devotional
5. FAQs about Ministry & Activity
A. Outline an Adventure Devotional
B. RSVP to a BAS Staff Meeting
C. Plan an event?