This course is run over two sessions either on the same day or over two consecutive days. You must attend both sessions to complete the course.
This interactive webinar is delivered over two consecutive sessions, each lasting 2.5 hours. In some cases this is on two consecutive days. Delegates will need to attend both sessions in order to complete the course. Modules one and two will be covered in session one, modules three and four will be covered in session two.
The course will be presented by one of our team of professional and experienced trainers and will include presentation slides, film clips and small group exercises to help delegates learn the content effectively. The session is delivered at a steady pace for those who are familiar with safeguarding terminology.
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This webinar will explore the characteristics of a healthy Christian culture and consider the harm that is created when we stray into unhelpful, unhealthy and even spiritually abusive behaviours in the Church and Christian organisations. It will also look at how to respond well and the importance of policy and procedures as tools to build healthy cultures.
To understand what healthy cultures look like, and that these are the opposite extreme to spiritually abusive behaviours
Build an understanding of the roles that people, policies and practices play
To consider how a healthy culture can be preventative and restorative
To understand what spiritual abuse is and its impacts
To know how to respond well
To understand how openness, awareness and processes support healthy cultures
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