Advanced Sports Chaplaincy Training Online (Starts 11 October 2022)

SCA's Advanced Sports Chaplaincy Training is recognised as a global leader in preparing people to serve God as skilled pastoral care volunteers in the world of sport.
The initial module of the training (Present People) is acclaimed by church leaders as general preparation for ministry in any community context, and can be taken separately.
Presented by Steve Stubbings , National Training Director and Richard Sharp, Senior Trainer.
Over 7 Tuesday evenings - 7:30-9:45pm (Sydney/Melbourne Time)

 

The training is presented in two modules:

  • Present People, and
  • Sports Chaplaincy Context Training  

The standard fee for the full training is $495. Early bird and other discounts apply. Present People can be attended on its own for $220.
Also, the SCA Accreditation Application fee (including complimentary first year accreditation) will be waived provided you apply for accreditation within one month of completing the full training.

When
11/10/2022 7:30 PM - 29/11/2022 9:45 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Where
ONLINE TRAINING ONLINE, AUSTRALIA
Sign in or create an account to register Registration ends 11/10/2022 5:00 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time
 

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Tuesday, 11 October 2022

Description
The first module in our Advanced Sports Chaplaincy Training.
Time
7:30 PM - 9:45 PM

Weekly on Tuesday

11/10/2022 - 1/11/2022

Tuesday, 15 November 2022

Description
The second module in our Advanced Sports Chaplaincy Training.
Time
7:30 PM - 9:45 PM

Weekly on Tuesday

15/11/2022 - 29/11/2022

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