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Certificate in Christian Leadership in Education

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Programme Overview

The part-time Certificate in Christian Leadership in Education at Mary Immaculate College is designed to augment other qualifications participants may have achieved in areas of leadership and management so that they have the knowledge, competence and skills needed to lead a faith-based school.

Key Features

The programme will introduce students to key ideas, concepts and principles that underpin the characteristic spirit or ethos of faith-based education. Among the topics to be included are the following: Jesus the Teacher; Nurturing Personal Faith and Spirituality; The Catholic School and Contemporary Culture; Leading and Managing a Catholic School in Ireland Today.

An Integrating Seminar will provide practitioner-based sessions that require students to integrate and explore the cross-disciplinary elements of the programme, the students’ own experience in the school environment, and the application of ethical leadership in a variety of complex scenarios that reflect contemporary issues facing school leaders in faith-based schools.

The Certificate in Christian Leadership in Education will be taught in part-time mode, normally on Saturdays and is open to all involved in primary and second level education, especially teachers and others aspiring to roles of leadership or management in education. 

Student knowledge and skills are developed in taught modules using a range of methodologies and examined through a variety of continuous assessment assignments.

Prof. Éamonn Conway lecturing on the Certificate in Christian Leadership in Education at MIC
Certificate in Christian Leadership in Education
The programme aims to impart knowledge, competence & skills needed to lead a faith-based school.

Postponement

The January 2022 intake has been postponed.

A decision has been made to postpone the programme set to run at the end of January 2022. It is hoped to re-schedule new dates for later in the semester. Please keep an eye on the website for further updates. 

Contact

Joanne Ferguson, Programme Coordinator 

E: joanne.ferguson@mic.ul.ie

 

Deirdre Franklin, Arts Office

T: +353 61 204507

E: Deirdre.Franklin@mic.ul.ie

Programme Content

The topics to be included are the following:

  • Jesus the Teacher
  • Nurturing Personal Faith and Spirituality
  • The Catholic School and Contemporary Culture
  • Leading and Managing a Catholic School in Ireland Today

An integrating seminar will provide practitioner-based sessions that require students to integrate and explore the cross-disciplinary elements of the programme, the students’ own experience in the school environment, and the application of ethical leadership in a variety of complex scenarios that reflect contemporary issues facing school leaders in faith-based schools.

Entry Requirements

Entrants must hold a primary degree and be involved in either the primary or secondary sector as part of the teaching staff or management team/body.

How to Apply

January 2022 intake - Postponed

A decision has been made to postpone the programme set to run at the end of January 2022. It is hoped to re-schedule new dates for later in the semester. Please keep an eye on the website for further updates. 

Please Note: This programme is not open to applications from non-EU countries. Application fees are non-refundable due to applicant ineligibility. See International programme listing here.

Applications:

Complete all the steps below:

  1. Download and complete the application form here.
  2. You will be required to send your university transcripts (and applicants may be required to name one or more referees on request).
  3. In the case of non-native English speakers, a copy of IETLS (or equivalent) is required. 
  4. Please pay the non-refundable €50 application fee using Stripe hereand return the completed application and transcripts by email: to TaughtProgrammes@mic.ul.ie.

For fees click here.

Contact
Programme Coordinator
Professor Eamonn Conway
+353 61 204353
Contact
Arts Office
Deirdre Franklin
+353 61 204507

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  • Programme Overview
  • Programme Content
  • Entry Requirements
  • How to Apply
  • Ask a Question