Christian Youth Work Training

Training for work with children

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Aurora & Cliff College ~ Certificate in Children’s Ministry

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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Church College’s Certificate in Children’s Ministry

A University level regional course provided by the Dioceses of Chester, Manchester and Blackburn; validated by University of Chester

from Dioceses of Chester and Manchester

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Cliff College ~ CertHE in Mission and Ministry (Children)

This course is for those working mainly with children up to secondary school age, in or for the church on a paid or voluntary basis. It covers: how children grow and learn and the issues they face in that process; theological understanding and principles related to children and childhood; the spirituality and faith of children; an introduction to mission to and with children; and management of self, team and leadership skills. Students who pass their Certificate qualification, will be eligible to progress to Diploma stage. Students who pass their Diploma qualification, will be eligible to progress to Degree stage.

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Cliff College ~ MA in Mission (pathways in Children and Youth)

Taught by a range of both academic and practitioner experts in the field, this course investigates the biblical, theological and contemporary sociological foundations of mission and ministry to children and youth, particularly in relation to the theory and practice of children and youth ministries within the church.

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Oasis College ~ BA (Hons) Children & Family Work and Theology

This course is closing and will not recruit from September 2017

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