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Studying at Ridley London

Training at Ridley London is delivered online to support our core aim of providing accessible, in-depth and comprehensive training in Theology, Ministry and Mission for all God’s people.

Applied in its approach and design, training with Ridley London will enable you to consolidate your existing experiences and to grow as a mature, wise and faithful disciple of Christ.

The training takes place via a mixture of online asynchronous tasks (tasks set and undertaken in your own time) and online synchronous zoom classrooms (coming together as a class). The zoom classroom sessions are delivered between 6pm and 8pm on a Monday evening during term time. Utilising a flip-classroom approach the course is suitable for people with a range of academic experience.

The training is based around the Cert HE in Theology, Ministry and Mission validated by Durham University. Successful completion of the Cert HE provides the opportunity to progress onto the BA in Theology, Ministry and Mission taught at our Cambridge campus.

For those unsure whether this level of commitment is for them, or those without the necessary entry grades, we offer a Taster Module to help discern next steps and as an access route onto the course.

More about the Taster Module

More about the Taster Module

The Taster Module provides an opportunity for you to experience study online and to engage with the course without having to commit to a whole year.

The taster module can be ‘audited’ or taken for credit. If audited the taster module does not count towards the Cert HE. However, should you take the taster module for-credit, then it would count towards the Cert HE should you choose to progress.

The taster module can be undertaken in the year prior to further study on the Cert HE or, in the first term of the Cert HE itself.

More about the Cert HE

More about the Cert HE

Whether you are a volunteer in full-time employment, a full-time parent, or starting out in full-time ministry, the Cert HE will provide the theological and ministerial foundation you need to grow in your calling.

Students undertaking the Cert HE typically work with children and young people in some capacity and undertake study in children's and family ministry, youth ministry, pastoral ministry, discipleship (reflective practice), old testament, new testament and Christian history and doctrine.

For those who aren’t don’t wish to focus on youth, children's and family ministry, there is an option to undertake an independent learning project in an area of your choice.

Studying at Ridley London

All courses are validated by Durham University and delivered by highly qualified academics and experienced practitioners. Teaching takes place through a mix of formal lectures, group work and personal tutorials.

Module Timetable 2020/2021

Michaelmas Term

Michaelmas Term

TMM1131: Introduction to Christian Doctrine and History

TMM1477: Values, Policy and Practice in Children and Family Work

TMM1487: Values, Policy and Practice in Youth Work

Date (Monday)

Module Code (as above)

Time (Zoom Classroom)

September 7th

Induction

18:00-19:30

September 14th

TMM1487

18:00-19:30

September 21st

TMM1131

18:00-19:30

September 28th

TMM1487

18:00-19:30

October 5th

TMM1131

18:00-19:30

October 12th

TMM1487

18:00-19:30

October 19th

TMM1131

18:00-19:30

October 26th

TMM1477

18:00-19:30

November 2nd

TMM1131

18:00-19:30

November 9th

TMM1477

18:00-19:30

November 16th

TMM1131

18:00-19:30

November 23rd

TMM1477

18:00-19:30

November 30th

TMM1131

18:00-19:30

December 15th (Tuesday)

Assignment deadline

11am

Lent Term

Lent Term

TMM1211: Foundations in Theology and Reflective Practice

TMM1421: Introduction to Pastoral Care

Date (Monday)

Module Code (as above)

Time (Zoom Classroom)

January 4th

TNM1421

18:00-19:30

January 11th

TMM1211

18:00-19:30

January 18th

TNM1421

18:00-19:30

January 25th

TMM1211

18:00-19:30

February 1st

TNM1421

18:00-19:30

February 8th

TMM1211

18:00-19:30

February 15th

TNM1421

18:00-19:30

February 22nd

TMM1211

18:00-19:30

March 1st

TNM1421

18:00-19:30

March 8th

TMM1211

18:00-19:30

March 15th

TNM1421

18:00-19:30

March 22nd

TMM1211

18:00-19:30

April 6th (Tuesday)

Assignment deadline

11am

Easter Term

Easter Term

TMM1011: Introduction to New Testament

Date (Monday)

Module Code (as above)

Time (Zoom Classroom)

April 12th

TMM1011

18:00-19:30

April 26th

TMM1011

18:00-19:30

May 10th

TMM1011

18:00-19:30

May 24th

TMM1011

18:00-19:30

June 7th

TMM1011

18:00-19:30

June 14th

TMM1011

18:00-19:30

July 6th (Tuesday)

Assignment deadline

11am

Contact us

To speak to us about training at Ridley London, send us a message or contact Jo Griffiths, Director of Studies at Ridley London:

Dr Jo Griffiths

Director of Studies (Ridley London)
Tutor in Children's and Family Ministry

07732 041998

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Getting to Ridley London

Getting to Ridley London

St Andrew’s Enfield is a two-minute walk from the nearest train station (Enfield Town) and a five-minute walk from the nearest bus stop (Enfield Town Cecil Road). If you are travelling by car, the Parish Centre is located next to the church and has a car park with access from Silver Street, EN1 3EG. The car park is barrier controlled – please contact Simone Berndes on enfieldparishchurch@googlemail.com in advance to pre-arrange entry.

For a quick overview of the approximate costs and journey times of different travel options from your location, type your origin postcode and the destination ‘St Andrew’s Church Enfield’ into the Red Planet travel planner.

Accessibility information

Accessibility information

There is a ramp at the entrance to the Parish Centre. All public facilities are on the same level and we have an accessible toilet.