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Approaches to Dialogue in Colleges – Training Event

Approaches to Dialogue in Colleges is a free online training event on 18 May 1.30pm.

Award-winning Birmingham-based charity The Feast have huge experience in facilitating grass-roots youth work which brings teenagers together across different faiths and cultures to build friendships, explore faith and change lives.  The Feast’s Guidelines for Dialogue are now used in hundreds of schools, youth work and community settings across the country.

This online workshop jointly run by The Feast and FE Chaplaincy Ambassador Nigel Roberts introduces approaches to dialogue in college life, and is suitable for any staff keen to know how to do this better – including student services, tutors and chaplains.

This event is free of charge.  To sign up, please contact Nigel Roberts on fechaplaincy[at]

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Huge thanks to participants and contributors who made yesterday’s workshop such a success, and also to North Warwickshire and Hinckley College for hosting us so well.  We’ll post a short-write up of the event on our ‘For Colleges‘ page in due course.  Meanwhile, remember your conflict style ‘animal’ and come down from the mountain tops!  (Intrigued?  Ask us!)


Handling Difficult Faith-Based Discussions in College

Book Now for 10 March 2015 in your diary for the third of WM Churches’ FE Council’s ‘faith literacy’ training events – this time focused on developing skills in dealing with difficult faith-based discussions and disputes (booking form here: Handling Faith Based Discussions in your College – booking form).  Contributors include Sandra Cobbin (Clarity Development), The Feast, and Peacemakers