Christian Youth Work Training

Issue based and short courses

Romance Academy ~ training

A Romance Academy is a 12-15 week project supporting and mentoring up to twelve young people as they build their self-esteem enhanced by sexual delay.  Each Academy is facilitated by a male and female youth worker who work with the group to ensure each member is valued, challenged and supported on this journey.

from Romance Academy

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Scripture Union

particularly focussing on schools work, resources, bible studies and growth issues

from Scripture Union

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SWYM ~ Be Transformed (Children and Families)

Gap year in discipleship and practical children and families ministry.The course includes the Level 3 “Engaging with Applied Theology” course from Moorlands College and includes input from Children and Families specialists employed by Scripture Union. Be Transformed is a great opportunity to explore if children and families ministry is something that God is calling you into in the long term. The course acts as a gateway therefore into further training in children and families ministry. Students will be placed in a children and families setting within the South West of England, on a full-time basis, which will enable them to implement and develop their learning and skills.

from South West Youth Ministries

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WTC - Graduate Diploma in Kingdom Theology and Student Ministry (in collaboration with Fusion)

This course, the first of its kind in the UK, is designed for student workers who want to invest long term in the call to Student Ministry and will equip them with the practical skills and theological grounding necessary to become established, cutting-edge, professional practitioners. An exciting collaboration, it combines WTC’s excellence in academic, Spirit-filled theological teaching and Fusion’s experience in practical Student Ministry training. Participants will study foundational modules in Biblical studies, Church history, spirituality, and Christian beliefs, and build on these foundations with modules in Student Mission, Church and Student Culture, Catalysing Spiritual Formation, Maturing a Student Ministry, and Professional Formation.

from Westminster Theological Centre