Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS, a project of the Muslim Council of Britain in partnership with the Department of Health is tasked to raise awareness about Muslim healthcare chaplaincy, train aspiring chaplains to gain appropriate competence to be available to be recruited in NHS hospitals when opportunity arises. UKâ€™s growing Muslim population is increasingly reflected in the staff and user numbers of the NHS hospitals as well. This also means that the NHS will need more Muslim chaplains to serve its patients and staff than ever before.
For the last 5 years Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS has been running an annual residential training course on healthcare chaplaincy providing broad and focused training on different aspects of healthcare chaplaincy. The success of the course is widely recognised and often the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) or other senior NHS officials attend in the closing session and distribute the certificates.
Due to the success of our above training courses and increasing demand we are now pleased to offer a further six day training course to be held from 12th to 17th September 2012.
For more details, please download the course brochure and Chaplaincy Training Programme
BOOKINGS: To book your place please complete and return the application form (via post/email) with appropriate payment.
The course will be held at the newly built Peter Harrison Lodge, which was formally opened in 2010. The building has a Foyer with a main hall, kitchen and ensuite rooms. The lodge is surrounded by beautiful greenery, a perfect place to learn and reflect.
Peter Harrison Lodge
The Main Hall inside the Peter Harrison Lodge
Fees for the six day course are Â£700.00. Please make cheques payable to the Muslim Council of Britain. The course fee includes handouts, refreshments, accommodation and meals. Basic accommodation is provided bed linen and other essentials to be brought by the participants according to the list sent with the acceptance letter.
We would be grateful if you could kindly forward this on to any mailing lists or pass details to colleagues that you feel may benefit from the course.
For more information, please contact the MCB Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0845 26 26 786