External Online Training

This page offers a selection of online training we've heard about. Being listed on this page is not necessarily either an endorsement or recommendation. Some training is free, and some requires payment.

The Children’s Society - Fighting for Hope for Children and Young People

Tuesday 2 February, 11am – 12pm

The Children’s Society invites you to a webinar launching their new goal and vision for the next decade. Hear from Chief Executive Canon Mark Russell and others about how they will be fighting for hope and a society built for all children and young people over the next decade. Also hear about new interactive Lent and Mothering Sunday resources to help your church, chaplaincy or community explore these themes.

Tickets are free but registration is essential via this Zoom link and to receive a webinar recording and materials after the event.


Welcoming Visitors: a workshop to help your church benefit from visitors

Wednesday 10 February, 11.30am

This training from the National Churches Trust is an introductory one hour training session. Discover the many ways in which your place of worship can benefit from tourism from increasing visitors and raising funds to recruiting volunteers and staging events.

Find out more and book


Creating Space with Children

Saturday 13 February, 9 - 11am

Join the next free community of practice session to consider what we are hearing from children about their current experiences and how we can respond within the context of our ministry. There will be a varied programme of worship, input, time for conversation in small groups and reflection. Everyone working with children in whatever role is welcome.

More details


Webinars on getting to net zero carbon

The Church of England Environment Programme has organised a series of webinars over this winter and spring 2021, exploring topics that contribute to the Church’s target of having ‘Net Zero’ carbon emissions by 2030.  These webinars may help sow seeds in parishes about what you can do to contribute over the next decade.

The series features: 

  • Webinars on getting started: forming your team, action planning, and measuring net zero - These webinars give an overview of where a diocese can start on it's net zero journey.  They are aimed at diocesan staff and volunteers, but there will be much of interest to other audiences too.  
  • Webinars on moving your buildings towards net zero - These webinars focus in on bricks and mortar issues; what we can do to reduce our use of energy, what makes the most difference, and what is practical?
  • Webinars on low carbon solutions – heating, lighting, solar and more - These are “technical webinars for non-technical people”, explaining how each technology can help your church move towards the goal of net zero carbon, and the real practicalities of taking action. The speaker delivering each webinar has been chosen after a tendering exercise, based on their expertise in the field and practical knowledge.

The webinars are offered across a number of dates to allow for greatest flexibility.  It may be worthwhile joining forces within your parish/benefice as to who attends and then share feedback.

Details, as well as plans for future webinars and useful webinar programmes from other organisations can be found on this page. 


Life Events Diary webinars

The Life Events Diary, available free to all Church of England churches, can really help you get the most out of staying in touch with families and couples after a christening, wedding or funeral. Many churches will be using the LED to reach out at Christmas this year. 

These free 60 minute webinars give you and your team a chance to really get to grips with all the LED has to offer. 

More information and book


 

 


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