Amy Horn


Uniting Church Lay Staff Agreement

Welcome to the Intranet page of the Synod for the explanation of the collective agreement of lay staff 2018. The current agreement applies to lay people employed by the Synod on one of the following sites: The expected module 1 lasts 1 hour. This trajectory has gone by itself. Module 1 is the minimum training required for lay people, volunteers, volunteers, youth or lay executives and preachers. Module 14 is an upgrade course for those who only complete module 1 and module 1 MUSS ONT already completed. Condition: Module 2 is a prerequisite and must be completed before module 3 closes. To complete this module, you must complete the quiz and get a score of 4/6 or 66%. Several tests in the quiz are allowed. Please note that the PowerPoint must be displayed to complete this course. The PowerPoint contains instructions to set up your records with UCare.

. Download the collective agreement of the personal laity2018 The administrative assistant assumes general administrative duties within the Centre of the Ministry and Theology. As part of a small team, the role welcomes and supports visitors, accepts reservations and informs. . All RPL applications are reviewed and approved by the Safe Church Assurance Officer and Support Officer. As soon as a result is established, the applicant and the rectory are informed by e-mail, and a scanned signed copy of the authorization is made available to the applicant and the presbyterium. . 1.C is a requirement that the person of the draft concern policy and the response to a person`s relevant documents are considered to complete this course. Module 5 planned The duration is 1 hour. Self-holding session.

This training is mandatory and must be completed every 2 years. This course is for lay people who have a direct responsibility to recruit, select and monitor people who will work with vulnerable children and adults, for example. B volunteer coordinator; Pastoral coordinator. There are several activities you can do to help you understand your volunteer role. This training is necessary for laypersons in the following roles (if you assume a supervisory function and not direct responsibility for activities with children, or vulnerable adults: please note that the diploma of module 1 is a prerequisite for the following modules: this training is necessary for lay people, but it is also highly recommended for ministry officials and those in the following functions: teachers, ministry officials, police officers, ecumenical partners or other professionals who have received safety training for children, may apply for recognition of prior knowledge (RPL), giving them an exception for Module 2.

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