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Every technology developed by I-TEC is designed to allow lay God-followers to quickly master complex skills and enable them to train other God-followers. I-Fix, a program still in development, will include a collection of non-verbal DVDs to teach indigenous God-followers how to fix small engines, do electrical work, weld, and do carpentry. As new technologies, such as chainsaws and generators, reach frontier areas, the end users are seldom taught to maintain and repair this dearly acquired equipment. In the past three years, I-TEC’s Steve Buer has traveled with I-TEC training teams to Ecuador to teach I-Fix to God-followers in the edge of the Amazon jungle. In three trips, 20 students earned their certification in basic small engine maintenance. Several students have come back for further instruction and are now capable of teaching the I-Fix program to others. Once the DVDs are completed, churches can utilize the non-verbal training videos on mission trips around the world.
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