About this course

During the course, examples are used from World War 1 and World War 2 to illustrate chaplaincy practice and teach new chaplains how to perform their duties in a war fighting context. The Tri-Service aspect of the training assists in highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches.

This course is a practical experiential learning experience.  It builds upon the classroom learning and aids the transition to everyday chaplaincy.

What you will learn

You will learn:

  • moral chaplaincy (ethics, core values, Just War)
  • pastoral chaplaincy (models of ministry, theology of ministry and remembrance)
  • spiritual chaplaincy (services of prayer and remembrance, visits to St Georges and the Menin Gate)
  • tri-service chaplaincy (the need to work together on and off operations)
How this course will help your career

This is Part 2 of single service mandatory initial training for new chaplains and is to be completed within 2-years of first posting.

Planned dates
  • 1st July 2022

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Who can attend this course
Military

RAChd, NCS and RAF Chaplaincy Services Nominees only.

Before you attend

Chaplaincy pre-reading on World War 1 and World War 2.

Planned dates
  • 1st July 2022

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How the course will be taught
Face-to-face/ Residential
How you will be assessed

Formative assessment throughout.

Planned dates
  • 1st July 2022

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