All Sessions are held at Glyndwr University, Wrexham.
Rooms/lecture theatres will be advertised at the main reception desk on arrival, but most commonly the main lecture theatre, just inside the main entrance, will be used.
Parking is available on site and the venue is fully accessible.
Refreshments are available but lunch is not provided.
- Students who are new to the course or who have studied for 1 year should attend sessions marked Level 4 (L4).
- Students who have completed 2 years already, or who have a previous Certificate in Theology and have applied to join the Diploma programme should attend Level 5 (L5) sessions.
Morning Sessions run from 10:00am to 12:30pm and Afternoon Sessions from 1:00pm to 3:30pm.
Each term’s module is assessed by means of assignments totalling 4500 words of written work. Assignment questions are found at the back of each module’s handbook. These are designed to test your understanding of the learning for the term and your ability to reflect on it and apply it to life and ministry.
Help is available from the Course Director at any time, and he is also willing to pre-mark work once before you submit it to the examiner, to give you feedback and suggestions for improvement. The midterm seminar will also provide an opportunity to reflect on the assignments.
Assignments and requests for extensions if necessary should be submitted to:
Gareth Longden St Seiriols Centre, Ficardy, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd LL56 4SQ
01248 673292 email@example.com
Exploring Faith Programme ~ Help & Support
If you have any problems with the Exploring Faith area of your training the person to contact is your Course Director:
Name : Rev Dr Richard Hainsworth
Address : The Vicarage, Sychdyn Road, Northop, Mold, CH7 6AW
Telephone: (01352) 840842
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org