This subject gives students the opportunity to spend a full year engaging with their chosen ministry at a deep level.
Much more than placement, field education aims to develop reflective learning, self-awareness and a critical approach to ministry. Students not only learn from doing but learn how to be life-long learners.
After setting their own goals through conversation with trusted mentors, students meet weekly with a supervisor and monthly with a field committee who are part of the ministry they are undertaking.
It provides a rich time of self-reflection as students gain confidence through practice and learn how different ministries operate, take lessons from experienced practitioners and discover what it is like being in a public position of responsibility.
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|Workload||Two semesters, 12 credit points|
|Prerequisites||48 credit points of core foundational units|
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Allow ten hours of work per week for this subject; this will include class time in the first semester and fieldwork in your chosen ministry setting over the year.