Royal Air Force Chaplaincy Service Intermediate - BH302

Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre
2 days - residential

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About this course

This course is an opportunity for new entrant RAuxAF Chaplains to reflect on their experience of military chaplaincy and its relationship to their civilian ministry and also to develop initial chaplaincy awareness, knowledge and understanding.

The demands of Reserve Chaplaincy are similar yet different to regular service. This course will look at all areas but with attention to the requirements of the RAuxAF.

Course numbers will be dependant on the requirements of the RAF Chaplaincy services.

What you will learn

You will learn/develop:
  • the Chaplain-in-Chief’s Intent and the roles and responsibilities of Chaplaincy services (RAF)
  • the ethos and heritage of RAF chaplaincy
  • world faiths and Tri-Service chaplaincy
  • personal and spiritual resilience
  • initial career development and through life chaplaincy training

All with reference to the demands of Reserve chaplaincy.

How will this course help my career?

This is mandatory training within 2 years of ROIT at RAFC Cranwell.

Security and restrictions

RAF Chaplaincy services nominees only.

Before you attend

Any required preparation will be sent out in advance by Director RAF, AFCC and/or Snr Chap RAuxAF.

Can I attend this course?

This course is suitable for the following type(s) of applicant.
  • Military

How will I learn?


How will you be assessed?

Formative assessment.