Sharing Good Practise
The team at BES Training want to support partners as they seek to develop their work locally and reach children and young people with the good news about the Lord Jesus Christ. We do this by promoting the sharing of good practice models.
1. Define It
Focus groups have gathered quality indicators from current centres’ systems and procedures. A model has been produced to help centres to self-evaluate and to identify where they can further develop their local works.
2. Develop it
‘BES Champions’ have been identified by the Training Committee. These individuals are available to guide and support other partners in their area of good practice or area of expertise.
3. Discover it
The sharing of good practice and the provision of the model for development is a valuable tool that encourages, envisions and embeds the good practice.
4. Disseminate it
Disseminating the good practice through online Zoom seminars will enable people to be empowered with new ideas or new working patterns. This new practice can then embed and bring about improvements. This makes changes to country systems, the delivery of Bible lessons, the use of Bibletime and the evaluation of how the resources are being used and reported on. This develops the capacity of our partners and their volunteers and will encourage them to develop further confidence and competence in their local works.