Studying for the Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) in Hallam
Each year students have found that the course gives them a chance to explore and deepen their faith, study the Bible , learn from church teaching and scholars past and present, and look at how faith is put into action in the world we live in.Take a look round our website, and the national CCRS website, to get an idea of what the course entails.Details of open days and registration dates will be posted here as well as in the Diocesan and Parish press
Click the link below if you're interested in starting the course.
We'll get in touch with more information and can arrange a chat.
There will be an introductory evening on TBC at the Hallam Pastoral Centre.
You can register for the CCRS in advance by contacting us , or simply register on the day at the intro evening.
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- The course lasts 2 years.
- Comprises 8 modules (4 per year).
- 6 are core modules, common to all teaching centres.
- 2 are chosen from the specialist modules offered by that centre.
- The 6 core modules are
- Old Testament
- New Testament
- Jesus Christ
- The Church
- Hallam currently offers modules in Liturgy, Catholic Social Teaching and Early British Christianity.
- Teaching for each module is normally three Saturdays a month (9am-12.30pm).
- Teaching takes place at the Hallam Pastoral Centre and is a mixture of lectures, individual and group exercises, and reflective practice.
- Tutors are theologically qualified staff from the Diocese, both Lay and Ordained.
- There is a small charge per module.
- Successful participants obtain a nationally recognised Catholic qualification.
The Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) is managed and awarded by the Board of Religious Studies on behalf of the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales. It is designed for teachers in Catholic schools; that they may have a "basic understanding of the Church, its teaching and way of life". It is also designed for catechists and for adult members of the Church in order for them to continue to grow in knowledge and practice of the faith, and be better equipped for sharing it.
In Hallam, the course regularly draws students of all ages and backgrounds. Participants have commented on how the course makes them think and learn about their faith, but also helps strengthen and deepen it.
The course is based around eight modules.
|Unit 1||Old Testament||Saturday, 24 September 2022
Saturday, 1 October 2022
Saturday, 15 October 2022
|Unit 2||New Testament||Saturday, 26 November 2022
Saturday, 3 December 2022
Saturday, 10 December 2022
|Unit 3||Jesus Christ||Saturday, 25 February 2023
Saturday, 11 March 2023
Saturday, 4 March 2023
|Unit 4||The Church||Saturday, 6 May 2023
Saturday, 13 May 2023
Saturday, 20 May 2023
If you wish to register or receive more information, please fill the Register your interest Form or send us an email with your name, address and enquiry, and we'll get back to you with details and the opportunity for a chat about joining the course.
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