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Seminar Sample Schedules

There are several options to choose from in deciding on your design. Times may be adjusted but you must keep the same total amount of time for sessions. A minimum of 30 hours is needed for both Level 1 and Level 2.

 

Option 1: A 4-day seminar that ends in the afternoon of the fourth day.

 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

morning

Registration & orientation

Sessions 4-5

Sessions 8 – 9

Session 12

afternoon

Sessions 1 – 3

Sessions 6 – 7

Sessions 10 -11

Session 13 and graduation

 

Option 2: A 4-day seminar that ends in the morning of the last day

 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

morning

Registration & orientation

Sessions 4-5

Sessions 9 -10

Session 12 and graduation

afternoon

Sessions 1-3

Sessions 6-8

Sessions 11 &13

 

 

Option 3: A 3-day seminar

 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

morning

Sessions 1 – 2

Sessions 6 – 7

Sessions 11 – 12

afternoon

Sessions 3 – 5

Sessions 8 – 9

Sessions 13 and graduation

evening

Sessions 5

Sessions 10

 

o    Optional activities you can add include recreation, sharing of ideas on games, learning songs, dances and skits, sightseeing, testimony time, question and answers, etc.