Meet at college for six block weeks a year

 

Dispersed learning students attend college for six block weeks during the academic year. These include a welcome week with some teaching in September and four other teaching block weeks. The sixth block week in May is a retreat/formation week. Block weeks commence at lunchtime on Monday and end at lunchtime on Friday to give time for travel from a distance, and to allow you to be in your church context on Sundays. There is some time for reflection during the block weeks, and we are also intentional about building community within our dispersed learning cohort and facilitating worship and engagement with the wider community.

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Job Vacancy: Communications Officer

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MA course now available to dispersed learners

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Job Vacancy: Domestic Assistant

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