Certificate in Pastoral Supervision

13 to 17 July 2020 – taught online with follow up days on 16 September and 25 November: Read the course details
Written work needs to be submitted by 31 May 2021

12 to 16 July 2021 – taught in person: Read the course details
Written work needs to be submitted by 31 May 2022


Diploma in Pastoral Supervision

22 to 23 July 2020 – taught online with follow up days on 2 September, 6 October, 4 November, 13 January 2021 and 10 February. Read the course details

9 to 13 November 2020 – taught in person: Read the course details
Written work needs to be submitted by 1 September 2021
If distancing rules prevent us teaching face to face the course will be held online on 10-11 Novemberm with follow up days on 8 December, 12 January 2021, 9 February, 9 March, 13 April

19 to 23 July 2021 – taught in person: Read the course details
Written work needs to be submitted by 31 May 2022


Cost

  • ¬£900 Residential
  • ¬£600 Non-residential & Online

Some bursaries may be available for church-based ministers.

The course fee includes marking of the supervision that takes place in the six months following the course but not the cost of that supervision itself.


Logistics (in person courses)

The courses start at 9am and finish at 5pm, except on the last day when we finish at 1.00pm.

The residential courses are offered on a bed and breakfast basis.

We are in the centre of Cambridge within easy walking distance of cafes, restaurants and supermarkets. Participants are also welcome to use the common kitchen facilities to make lunch and dinner.

There is no parking at Wesley House. We recommend non-residential delegates use public transport and Cambridge’s park and ride facilities.

We invite participants to join us for college worship during the course, should they like to.


To apply

Email us to apply, with details of any Supervision training you have undertaken, your experience of Supervision and how you plan to use this training.

“Pastoral Supervision is a relationship between two or more disciples who meet to consider the ministry of one of them in a way that is intentional and disciplined. Such and arrangement allows each person being supervised to give an account of their work, to explore their responses, review their aims and develop their strategies and skills.” (Leach and Patterson, Pastoral Supervision a Handbook (Second Edition) SCM 2015; p.1)