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Christian Youth Work Training

Midlands CYM

About Midlands CYM

Address:

St John’s College
Chilwell Lane
Bramcote
Nottingham,
NG9 3DS

Contact:
Dr Sally Nash
Phone:
0115 968 3222
Email:
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Web:
https://cym.ac.uk/about/centres/midlands-2/

Courses from Midlands CYM

Midlands CYM - Supporting work-based learning

This course is designed to assist people who are supporting, tutoring or supervising people undertaking work based learning to develop their practice. It will include how to support and assist people to develop reflective practice, the personal qualities and skills needed to be effective in the role of supporting professional development. This will include considering the conditions that will ensure effectiveness and developing effective communication, both verbal and non-verbal and giving effective feedback and incorporate a range of models and tools for assisting people in their professional development.
For more information about this course please contact Gill, our MCYM administrator.
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Midlands CYM ~ Chaplaincy Skills

This course will cover basic skills in chaplaincy and key aspects of chaplaincy, including religious, spiritual and pastoral care in a range of contexts of school, college, young offenders and hospital . It will consider the history and theological basis of chaplaincy and engage in exploring various models of chaplaincy from a theoretical and practical perspective. We will use a range of interactive learning approaches to reflect on chaplaincy in context and develop skills relevant to ministry within a chaplaincy setting.
For more information about this course please contact Gill, our MCYM administrator.
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Midlands CYM ~ Religious Education in Schools

This course considers the role of RE in the school curriculum, its cultural and theology issues and its impact upon the emotional and spiritual development of young people. It considers the history of RE, curriculum content, policy issues and the place of RE within schools. It explores the role of the school and the youth and community worker within the RE curriculum.
Participants develop their skills in planning and delivering programmes appropriate to a range of learners in school and youth work settings. The course incorporates various engaging learning strategies, including discussion, group activities, student-led work and skills practice in context.
For more information about this course please contact Gill, our MCYM administrator.
Call us: 0115 968 3222
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