By arrangement (please contact us to discuss)
£35 (unwaged) or £45 (waged). Bursary or subsidised places may be available. For Cumbria residents attending programmes in Cumbria the cost is £15 per person with grateful thanks to denominational grants. If this applies to you, please contact us directly to book – please don’t book on-line.
The aim of this day is to practise skills in conflict transformation in the context of church leadership. The kinds of skills we’ll cover will include:
Rapport building and establishing relationships
Opening up difficult conversations, and seeing wider perspectives
Coming to decisions in good and helpful ways
This Further Skills day is is designed for those who have already taken part in the Foundation Day.
All refreshments, including lunch, will be provided. You will be asked to complete a short questionnaire in advance to identify your own style of responding to conflict, and to bring a ‘live’ experience of conflict, in home, church or work.
£45 (waged) £35 (unwaged). We hope that you might find financial support through your denomination, or Study Leave. Please don’t let financial considerations deter your participation – contact us for ideas. Booking can be made online. Alternatively, cheques should be made out to Place for Hope, and brought on the day. For Cumbria residents attending programmes in Cumbria the cost is £15 per person with grateful thanks to denominational grants. If this applies to you, please contact us directly to book – please don’t book on-line. For other payment options please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The day will be facilitated by Place for Hope Practitioners, trained as mediators and facilitators.
Click here to access the online booking form. Places will be allocated both: a) to ensure a spread of denominational representation and b) on a first-come-first-served basis. Please state your denomination, and your leadership role in your church.
The ‘Growing Through Change abd Conflict’ Foundation Day is adapted from an original programme devised by Churches Together in Cumbria.