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Home Learning Courses (Due to Covid-19 some courses now on Zoom). Creating Enjoyable and Effective Learning Spaces for Adults

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by Adrian Smale last modified 19 Mar, 2020 10:00 PM

Creating Enjoyable and Effective Learning Spaces for Adults

Discernment and training for ministry is exciting and challenging. Going deeper into our faith is a great opportunity to grow as Christians. This workshop is for anyone who is a current tutor for the Lay Pastoral Assistant and/or Lay Worship Leader courses (or is thinking of becoming one). We will be covering basic principles of adult learning and facilitation skills and exploring together how to run a successful course. The day will include working with particular course sessions.

Debbie Orriss is Discipleship Coordinator for Salisbury Diocese, with over twenty years’ experience of ministry as a Church Army Evangelist, including teaching and training adults.

David Blundell is a Licenced Lay Minister (Reader) within the Chalke Valley Benefice. He worked for thirty-five years for a major UK Bank in training and organisational roles, and currently he is a learning facilitator / trainer for Later Life, providing workshops for those preparing for retirement.

Please arrive from 9.45 for coffee

Course details

Where Community Hall St Marys Rd, Market Lavington SN10 4DG
When 10:00 - 16:00, Thursday 19 March 2020
Led by Debbie Orriss and David Blundell
Course suitable for Tutors and Prospective tutors of LWLs and LPAs
Course category CMD
Department Discipleship & Training
Availability Bookings closed
Cost per place FREE
Booking deadline Thursday, 12 March 2020, 12:00am
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