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Moorlands College

About Moorlands College

Address:

Sopley
Christchurch
Dorset
BH23 7AT

Contact:
Admissions
Phone:
01425 674500
Email:
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Web:
https://www.moorlands.ac.uk/
Trivia/USP:

What makes Moorlands distinctive?
The SPAR treatment: a fourfold emphasis for transformative theological education and training – Spiritual, Practical, Academic, Relational.

Courses from Moorlands College

Moorlands College ~ BA (Hons) Applied Theology

A three-year degree programme that can be studied at Moorlands College in Christchurch (either Campus-Based or Placement-Based), at the South-West Regional Centre in Torquay, the Midlands Regional Centre in Birmingham, or the South East Regional Centre in Brentwood*, learning through high quality biblical and theological teaching alongside hands on practical experience.  You also get to ground your study in an area of your choice; Missional Leadership, Youth Ministry (Moorlands South West), Children and Schools Work, Community and Family Work, or Cross Cultural Work (Christchurch or Midlands).
*pending approval

Moorlands College ~ BA (Hons) Applied Theology (Youth and Community Work)

A three-year degree programme that can be studied at Moorlands College Christchurch (either Campus-Based or Placement-Based), the Midlands Regional Centre in Birmingham, or at the Moorlands South East Regional Centre in Brentwood*.  Learning takes place through immersive taught modules and varied practical experience, fusing biblical depth with robust youth work theory.  Award includes JNC professional qualification

Moorlands College ~ Foundation Year Studies

The Foundation Year is an additional year, which gives students a route onto the degree course if they have been out of education for a long time, or do not have the necessary two A levels or equivalent qualifications to gain access on to the degree programme.

Moorlands College ~ MA in Applied Theology

A part-time course that is delivered in a flexible, relevant way, the MA in Applied Theology offers a wider range of specialist interest areas.  Set within a unified framework of theological study designed particularly to equip students for ministry and professional practice, six ‘specialisms’ are offered:
Apologetics
Chaplaincy
Christian Leadership
Family, Children and Youth Ministry
Mentoring
The Bible and Preaching

Moorlands ~ Award in Christian Leadership

This is an NCFE validated course, which is delivered by Moorlands College.  It is a customized award equivalent to Level 3.
Organisations can apply to the college to deliver the award for their learners
STRUCTURE
The Mandatory Units are:
1 The Biblical Leader
2 The Practical Leader
3 The Pioneer Leader
4 The Reflective Leader
5 The Discipling Leader
(GLH = guided learning hours)
There are usually around 3 tasks to be completed and submitted online for each unit.

Moorlands ~ Engaging with Applied Theology

This is an NCFE validated course, which is delivered by Moorlands College.  It is a customized award equivalent to Level 3.
Organisations can apply to the college to deliver the award for their learners
STRUCTURE
The Mandatory Units are:
1 Introduction to Applied Theology (30 GLH)
2 Bible Overview (30 GLH)
3 Mission and Ministry (40 GLH)
5 Personal and Professional Development (50 GLH)
The optional units are
4 Working with young People (30 GLH)
6 Working with Schools (30 GLH)
7 Working with Children (30 GLH)
8 Pastoral Care and Listening Skills (30 GLH)
(GLH = guided learning hours)
Learners need to take the four mandatory units and one optional unit in order to achieve the award.  There are usually around 3 tasks to be completed and submitted online for each unit.