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What if you could multiply change from village to village bringing Gospel transformation to whole regions? What if your global outreach alleviated poverty in so many villages that national governments took notice?

CHE Global Training Events – Times, Locations and Registration Information

Wondering what kind of training you need? Below are descriptions of different Training Seminars that are offered. CHE Training of Trainers (TOT) is designed to equip participants to implement their own integrated ministry of community health and evangelism in a target area. The training is done in three phases. Each phase involves 35 hours of learning followed by approximately six months in the field. CHE training is “just in time training” designed to give participants what they need to take the next step with their targeted communities.


This phase of training is aimed at understanding the Biblical basis for CHE and basic principles of wholistic community based development. Participants learn steps for implementing CHE, how to choose a target community, and strategies for entering the community. Participants learn basic skills for raising awareness, organizing, and mobilizing the community for cooperative action through the formation of a development committee.


This second phase is designed to prepare trainers for two tasks: (1) equipping the development committee to lead the development process in their own community, and (2) training CHE volunteers for home visitation. TOT 2 focuses on capacity building for the committee, facilitation skills for the trainer, teaching methods and materials, and equipping for the CHE volunteers.


This third phase of training is done after a CHE program is successfully adopted by a community. TOT III focuses on the evaluation of the project as well as how to multiply the project into other areas. This training is not required for a CHE program, but is very useful for evaluation, multiplication, and management of a program. A TOT 2-3 is often offered as a shortened version.

Other Training Opportunities

CHE workers address a variety of needs in the community. Different types of training are available to help address specific needs, (see below).

Vision Seminar

This two-day seminar introduces the CHE concepts. Vision seminars are used to introduce the philosophy and basic strategies of CHE to decision makers.

Women’s Cycle of Life

Women’s Cycle of Life is CHE curricula and training that empowers CHE teams to respond effectively to the wholistic needs of women. Go here for more information on Women’s Cycle of Life.

CHE for Short Term Teams

TOT-S is focused training for churches and organizations that send out short-term missions teams. It includes the principles upon which CHE is built (as in the regular TOT-1). A TOT 2-3 is often offered as a shortened version.

Children’s CHE

Community Health Evangelism with Children Children’s CHE offers a 3-4 day training in Children’s CHE, plus an introduction to CHE for those who do not have previous CHE training. Need information or have questions? Click here!


Scheduled training events cannot all be posted on this website. If you are looking for a training event in a specific country, and do not find what you are looking for here, click “Questions? Ask Us” contact our training coordinator.

Training Methods that Empower for Change! Learning is facilitated in a participatory style through a process of guided self discovery using large and small group discussions, various hands-on activities, and methods that can be replicated to the village setting. From start to finish, locals are the decision makers in the CHE process. This ensures that programs are sustainable and contextualized.