Teenagers to Learn Vocational & Life Skills Through Virtual Training

The Elevation Church is set to help teenagers gain requisite skills and capacity through its annual teenagers’ conference, ‘Navigate’ this summer.

This year’s theme is “STAND” and it is free, solely online and will comprise of:

  • Plenaries
  • Issue-based breakout sessions
  • Parents’ breakout sessions with over 18 vocational skills classes such as graphics design, baking, music production, writing, cinematography, French for beginners, web design, animation, entrepreneurship, content writing, creative arts and many more.

The conference will hold at 4pm each time over 4 Saturdays – from Saturday 8th to Saturday 29th August and thereafter culminate on Sunday 30th August.

  • Venue: Virtual
  • Date: Saturday 8th August – 30th August 2020
  • Time: 4:00pm

The global pandemic – COVID-19 – has been a major disruptor for everyone regardless of age. And for the younger generation, there has been disruption in schoolwork, exams and other progressive plans; holidays for some, and work experience opportunities for others.

Navigate is designed to manage some of these challenges – harness their inner strengths, build new skills, stand for positive influence and be change agents in their respective spaces; and this is one of the ways the church has continued to keep alive its commitment to make positive social impact across all demographics, despite the ongoing pandemic.

This conference is strictly for teenagers between the ages of 13 and 19 and is absolutely free.

Reserve a seat now at elevationng.org/navigate