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Training in Norwich for community chaplaincy mentors

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Community Chaplaincy Norfolk is holding a training course this autumn for people who are interested in volunteering to support ex-offenders to successfully rebuild their lives after prison.

Monday 30th September 1.00-3.00 Session One: DEFINITIONS
Together We Can Make a Difference
Monday October 7th
Speaking the Same Language
Monday October 14th 1.00-3.00 Session Three: COMMUNICATING FOR A CHANGE
Remember the Beach Ball
Monday November 4th 1.00-3.00 Session Four: DO’S AND DON’TS
Stay Safe, Stay Effective
Monday November 11th 1.00-3.00 Session Five: THE THEORY OF CHANGE
It’s hard, but it is possible
Monday November 18th 1.00-3.00 Session Six: GOAL SETTING
Hope makes  anything  possible

To be held at: St Stephen’s Church, 2, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich NR2 1QP

 The basic training course has been produced by the Community Chaplaincy Association (CCA) and Community Chaplaincy Norfolk have made their own additions. The CCA is a national body that brings together best practice and makes it available to local Community Chaplaincy projects.

All volunteers are required to do the training so that they understand the aims of the project and what would be required of a mentor.

Completing the training does not commit you to becoming a mentor nor does it commit Community Chaplaincy Norfolk to accepting you on the project.

If these dates and times are not suitable for you please still get in touch and we will see what we can do.

Please go to to download a Volunteer Form

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