Learning for life

Training Session

Our learning programmes are designed to empower and equip people within faith communities to be peacemakers.

We believe that everyone has within them the gifts to bring a spirit of reconciliation to others. We want our ‘learning for life’ programmes to support you on this journey.

Set ProgrammesTailored Programmes
Our 'open access' programmes focus on understanding and engaging in conflict. We can tailor a programme to suit your faith community or organisation.

We currently offer four programmes:

  • Growing through Conflict Foundation Day
  • Growing through Conflict Further Skills Day
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Scripture, Spirituality and Conflict

More information can be found in our Training Programmes Leaflet, or by clicking below:

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Examples of recently designed programmes:

  • Team building
  • Understanding how conflict works in the church
  • Supporting young people in the church
  • 'Dealing with Difference'
  • 'Ripples of Hope' programme for a group of churches

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What is the format of a learning programme?

We offer a range of courses, seminars and workshops shaped to suit the group with whom we are working. We craft these sessions to enable people to leave with a clearer understanding of conflict, some skills in navigating difference and renewed sense of hope in what is possible. We seek to work in a way that is accessible and encourages transformation in each of us.

Who might use a learning programme?

We recognise that many in faith communities are highly skilled and gifted across a range of facilitation and conflict transformation work. There are also many who have had no formal training in this work.

Our aim is to accompany and support you – whatever your level of previous learning or experience. We seek to offer you opportunities for deepening your existing knowledge and developing your skills.

Who delivers the learning programmes?

Members of our Team – supported by staff and external contributors – deliver our programmes. Working in pairs or small groups, these individuals are skilled in understanding conflict and providing support to others. We provide supervision for them during and after all work, as well as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and support.


“Tell me and I'll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I'll understand.” — Native American Proverb

Related Articles

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To Repair with God

An article by Nancy Adams, featured in ‘Inspires’ exploring the art of reconciliation and the dynamic of conflict.

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Place for Hope: The Need for Reconcilers

An article by Hugh Donald, featured in ‘The Edge’, discussing the call to reconciliation and the journey of Place for Hope

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