Our “Engaging at the Workplace” Training was held in Atlanta on November 1 and was well received by all who attended. Represented were airline/aviation personnel from Seattle, Newark, and Atlanta. Anyone who has completed our Workplace Training 1, “On the Job…God’s Way”, is eligible to attend this second training. Watch our web site and Facebook page for details as dates and locations are set for 2019. If you wish to know more about our trainings or find out how you can bring these trainings to your area, contact email@example.com.
On June 26, FCAP General Director Paul Curtas had the privilege of spending time with the American Airlines CEBRG (Christian Employee Business Resource Group) in Raleigh-Durham, NC. He spoke to the group about ministry in the airline workplace, drawing from materials used in our FCAP Workplace Training. From all indication, Paul’s presentation was well received.
We are grateful for Stami Church in Switzerland inviting our General Director, Paul Curtas, to present our Workplace Training on Saturday, June 9. The 45 attendees received it very enthusiastically. Many of them invited others to join them for the Sunday morning church service as Paul spoke to the whole church. Cristian Rusch, who is a Swiss CEO businessman, translated for Paul both on Saturday and Sunday. (Cristian is also Paul’s brother-in-law.)
On June 1, Paul Curtas had the privilege of presenting our FCAP Workplace Training to a group of business men and women in Zurich. It was very well received with over 20 in attendance.
One of the participants (pictured here with Paul) is Casey, who works for Singapore Airlines in Zurich. Although she now lives and works in Europe, she is familiar with our FCAP group in Singapore. And after this training in Zurich, she knows even more about our worldwide ministry among airline personnel.
On April 16 Paul Curtas (FCAP General Director) and Jake Joseph (Pilot with Republic Airlines) had the
joy of speaking with around 60 students at Grace Christian School in the Tampa area. They talked with the students about living for Christ in their future workplaces. The time was well-received by the students.
On March 8 we held another “Engaging at the Workplace” Training (FCAP Workplace Training #2) at the Atlanta Airport. Seven people attended this training, which is a followup to our Workplace Training #1, which they all had attended previously. The training seemed to be very well received. Staff and facilitators also present describe those participating as very attentive, engaging, and interactive. Topics of the four sessions presented were as follows: Perspective in the Work Culture, Reality Thinking at the Workplace, Levels of Engagement, and Your Approach.
If you have attended our Workplace Training #1 (“On the Job…God’s Way”), we encourage you to make plans to attend our next followup session as well. Watch the home page of our web site or the FCAP App for future dates of all of our trainings.