Camp Leaders

Are the camp leaders trained?

For your peace of mind, all of our volunteers are covered by Turning Point Ministries' comprehensive safety policies and procedures.  Our team members attend TPM's annual Leadership Camp and all hold a current Working With Vulnerable People card (ACT) or Working With Children Check (NSW), in accordance with State and Territory Guidelines.  We also carry out reference checks to ensure our volunteers hold a respected place in their faith communities and are suitably experienced to work with children on camp.

Our volunteers are trained through the ChildSafe™ SP3 training delivered by the LCA Professional Standards Department.

Are you considering joining our team of volunteers?

TPM relies on the involvement of Team Members to assist in the running of our events. 

Different Team Member roles include Directors, Activity Helpers, Group Leaders, Camp Parents, Prayer Team, and Worship Team members. We value the contribution of all Team Members!

If you're interested in applying to be one of the above roles during a camp, you must first complete a Team Member Application form. 

This form outlines the Code of Conduct for Team Members and asks you to provide some information about yourself, as well as details of two referees. 

You can apply to be a Team Member if you are 18 years or older, and a Junior Team Member if you are 16 or 17. 


1. Complete LCA Professional Standards Level 1 Training online here. The training takes a few hours and is valid for 3 years. 

2. Complete the Team Member Application form online here

3. Attend TPM Leadership Camp usually held in December each year. 

4. Submit your Expression of Interest for TPM Camps when the email link is sent out.

5.  Complete registration for camp - TPM Admin will be in touch with you and send you the links and details to register for camp. This will happen closer to each camp as we finalise budgets and camp costs etc. An Expression of Interest doesn't guarantee a spot for you on camp - we are always looking at the broader picture and balancing the experience levels of leaders etc.