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PSNC Teacher Training

Overview of PSNC Teacher CertificationTraining Program
Overview of PSNC Teacher CertificationTraining Program

This download contains an information form outlining the procedures to be used in applying for PSNC Teacher Certification. Choose the download for USA applications if you live in the USA or International form if you live outside the USA. This information would be helpful to anyone applying for PSNC certication to be used as a guide for certification.

PSNC Teacher Certification Applications Parts 1 & 2
PSNC Teacher Certification Applications Parts 1 & 2

This section contains the Provisional (part 1) and Full (part 2) Teacher Certification Applications currently being used in the USA and also the international applications for those outside the USA. These applications may be used by any person desiring teacher certification as a guide for the certification process. For persons outside the USA, please download the International version of these applications. 08/2011

PSNC Teacher Certification Course Notebook (sections 1 – 4)
PSNC Teacher Certification Course Notebook (sections 1 – 4)

This section contains Section 1 -4 of the PSNC Teacher Certification Notebook. Some portions of these downloads will need to be printed and completed. Much of the material can be read on your computer. For staff members outside the USA, check with your national office or your Global Teen Challenge regional representative for details on how to be certified.

2P How Can I Train New Christians?
2P How Can I Train New Christians?

This course is the second session to both the Personal Studies for New Christians Teacher Training and the Group Studies for New Christians Teacher Training. It can also be useful for the basic training of all staff working in the Teen Challenge ministry no matter what their responsibilities. This course addresses the basic issues that need to be considered when teaching new Christians and the unique challenges you will face compared to those who are not new Christians. This course is available in English, Russian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Learning Styles – Dave Batty
Learning Styles – Dave Batty

This course is the sixth session for Group Studies for New Christians teacher training. The topics covered in this session are basic not only to the GSNC classes but to all teachers as they prepare lessons for discipleship training. It can also be useful for the basic training of all staff working in the Teen Challenge ministry no matter what their responsibilities. This workshop explores different learning styles. It is based on the book, The way they learn, by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias (Focus on the Family Publishing 1994).

3P Introducing the Personal Studies for New Christians
3P Introducing the Personal Studies for New Christians

A more detailed discussion of how the Personal Studies for New Christians lessons work. We also take a look at the main goals of each lesson and how teachers can help the students. 1986

Intro to PSNC 100 series, 200 series and 300 series lessons
Intro to PSNC 100 series, 200 series and 300 series lessons

This course provides an overview and description of the 100 series lessons of the Personal Studies for New Christians.

Introducing the Character Qualities Class
Introducing the Character Qualities Class

This course explains the PSNC "Character Qualities Class". It also explains use of the student manual, the 8 Steps used in studying a character quality, the use of the checklist, and the final test.

Introducing the Scripture Memorization Class
Introducing the Scripture Memorization Class

This course explains the PSNC "Scripture Memorization Class". It also explains use of the student manual, the SMC worksheet and the final test.

Introduction to the Bible Reading Class and Personal Reading Class
Introduction to the Bible Reading Class and Personal Reading Class

This video introduces two components of the Personal Studies for New Christians curriculum. The student manuals are discussed along with the projects that are used when reporting on assignments.