The next in our series of short Urban Saints Additional Needs Ministry Facebook Live events will be about ‘Inclusion Champions’ or Church SENCO’s
What benefits can having a church SENCO bring to your church community, especially your children’s/youth work?
What does a church SENCO do to help a church be more inclusive?
What do they need to know and understand?
How do you get started in putting this role in place?
What about role descriptions?
All of this, and more, will be covered in our next Facebook Live event, ‘The Church SENCO Special’.
When: Wednesday 11th October 2017, starting at 14:00, then available to download.
Where: Urban Saints Facebook page: http://www.urbansaints.org/facebook
Duration: About 15 minutes.
To access previous Urban Saints Additional Needs Ministry Facebook Live events and other helpful video’s, information, resources, and news about future ‘All Inclusive?’ training events, please visit: http://www.urbansaints.org/additionalneeds
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Delivered in partnership with the Diocese of Sheffield, the Diocese of Derby and Valley CIDS, the Aurora Certificate in Children’s Ministry is a training course for children’s work volunteers based in the South Yorkshire area and Derbyshire areas, and is delivered on two sites, Rotherham and Chesterfield with combined sessions at Cliff College.
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Delivered in partnership with the Diocese of Sheffield, the Sheffield Methodist circuit, The Church of Ireland & the Methodist Church in Wales the Aurora Certificate in Youth Ministry is a training course for youth work volunteers based in the South Yorkshire, Southern Ireland, and mid Wales regions and is delivered in Rotherham and Cliff College, Newton, and Dublin.
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The Certificate in Theology, Ministry and Mission combines cutting edge vocational training in Children and Family ministry, with the highest level of theological education, to provide some of the leading training available for those called to specialist ministries and mission with children, families and the communities where they live.
This postgraduate programme aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of Christian Theology, Ministry and Mission. The programme is designed to provide a solid background in Children and Family Ministry for students who wish to develop their understanding of this area of ministry and theology, those who wish to reflect on their practice at an advanced level or who are planning to go on to do research in this area.