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    Lecture Blocks, virtual or residential are an essential part of learning and becoming part of this learning community. As well as lectures, they will include worship, study skills, prayer, fellowship, and catching up over shared meals on residentials of course.

    All students will attend the Lecture Blocks in September (Fri - Sun) November (Fri - Sun), January (Virtual, Fri - Sun), and March (Fri - Sat). See Key Dates for dates 

    Full Time students will have two extra Lecture Blocks in October (Fri - Sat) and February (Fri - Sat). 

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    Where new students start their course

    The pioneer chaplaincy course aims to equip you to do Chaplaincy work in a variety of  settings. During the course we will look at the history of Chaplaincy, discuss the theological themes relevant to Chaplaincy , as well as giving you practical skills through  the chaplaincy tool kit and the KIntusgi Hope course. 

    You will hear from Carolyn Skinner who leads Third Space ministries and also teaches on the course  as well as our own Chris Duffet. You  will   meet other practicing Chaplains  in our on Tuesday College night sessions 

    For your placement you will need to arrange something for you to put into practice what you are learning. Ideally this will be a weekly placement and while it doesn't have to be strictly 'pioneering' in nature it would be very helpful if it had a chaplaincy element to it. 
    So, what are the kind of things you could seek in your area to volunteer with?
    * A school chaplaincy 
    * Prison chaplaincy 
    * Sports chaplaincy through your local football club or running club
    * Work based chaplaincy
    * City centre chaplaincy
    * Neighbourhood chaplaincy