Vocational TrainingThe Tent Makers program is designed to equip older Child Development Center (CDC) residents who will not be adopted because of age with Vocational Training to achieve life self-sustainability and spiritual growth. Enrollment can begin after primary school is finished, and then they can begin training in any of these categories.
- Small Engine Repair
- Electrical Services
- Plumbing Services
- Seamstress Work
- Screen Printing
- Cell Phone Repair
DiscipleshipA 10 week discipleship course is required in conjunction with the vocational training. The individual is enrolled in the First Steps program that builds a foundation as they study the core tenets of faith.
Micro-loan At the conclusion of the vocational training, they can apply for a micro-loan to start their own business in their area of training. This loan is managed by a micro-loan director and comes with specific repayment terms.
ReplicationCertain graduates can be offered positions on staff to become Journeymen. This paid position empowers them to become vocational trainers in certain areas of expertise as well as disciple future children who will become Apprentices.