Advanced Formation and Internship in Pastoral Care Ministry
College: Wycliffe College
Instructor 1: Malcolm, Wanda
Course Code: 
TSXP2512HF
Semester: 
First Semester
Section: 
0101
Online: 
No
Credits: 
2
Location: 
Canada - Other
Description: 

This pass/fail course builds on the material offered in Boundaries & Bridges and is designed to expand students' mastery of the
practices essential to effective and ethical pastoral care. The primary focus of this course is to provide students with opportunities to learn and demonstrate their ability to:
• understand and embody the principles of bringing themselves to ministry with skill, authenticity and integrity (i.e., responsible self-leadership)
• articulate a pastoral image of themselves that is lived out in their pastoral functioning
• skillfully engage in a range of pastoral skills essential to providing pastoral care to diverse populations
• competently and accurately assess the strengths and needs of those they are serving pastorally
• Integrate their conceptual in-class learning with the practice of pastoral care in the field education placement
The overarching goal of this course is for each student to gain the requisite skills involved in becoming a person who values and has the ability to offer sensitive and effective pastoral care, is committed to the ongoing task of developing their capacity for ethical thinking, and consistently behaves with authenticity and integrity.

Pre-Requisites Currently Offered Next Scheduled Previously Offered Scheduling Information
Successful completion of TXP2511H
Summer 2020
Start Time: 
TBA
End Time: 
TBA
Hours per Week: 
I
Schedule: 
TBA
Begin Date: 
Thursday, May 7, 2020
Minimum: 
3
Maximum: 
8
Enrolment Notes: 
Students who wish to enrol in this course must request an admission interview with the instructor and internship supervisor prior to enrolling.
Schedule Notes: 
This course requires attendance at Wycliffe or on-site at St. John's Rehab four days per week for 12 weeks. The in-class component of this course takes place once per week at Wycliffe College. The off-campus site is St. John's Rehab. Students are expected to be at St. John's three days per week in May and June, and four days per week for the month of July (after the in-class component is completed).
Additional Notes: 
Please see syllabus for further infomration on meeting the pre-requisite and interview processs. This course was previously taught under the title "Bounderies and Bridges Part 2"