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It's about more than you might think ...
It's about ...
- listening and responding to young people and communities.
- taking a ‘God’s-eye’ view of people.
- unlocking potential
- being a prophet to the church and the community
- thinking counter culturally
- journeying with people
Youth and community work training at ICC prepares people for a variety of church and community based work allowing students to enter into a wide range of roles in the Christian and non-Christian sectors when they graduate.
|BA / BA (Hons) Youth & Community Work with Applied Theology
A vocational training programme to equip Christian youth and community workers for a range of ministries.
|MTh Community Learning & Development with Applied Theology
A professional study programme for practitioners, offering an opportunity to think both practically and theologically about community learning and development.
“I was often challenged, and enjoyed being challenged, when discussing my ideas and thoughts about my faith with fellow students from other denominational backgrounds.”
“The balance of Theology and Youth Work was great, as I am using the techniques and skills learnt from both of these on a daily basis.”
“Nowadays individuals are bombarded with a confusing array of choices, ideas and messages. This means that there is a desperate need for youth and community workers to be guides, philosophers and friends in the midst of this complex world.”
BA (Hons) Youth & Community Work with Applied Theology Leader