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IBTS

Programmes

Imitation & Modelling in Missional Leadership

Imitation, modelling and mentoring are key in working and learning with others. In this course you will learn to compare your experience of modelling and mentoring with a deeper exploration of biblical perspectives on leadership. You will also reflect on how this has shaped your own identity as a leader and will learn about how to integrate these insights into your own practice of mentoring and missional leadership.

This course will build on the ‘Reimagining mission and learning in community’ course. In this way you will be able to train a group on the theme of imitation and modelling.

Key themes of this course:

  • Narrative of Scripture - related to mentoring

  • Images of modelling and mentoring

  • Learning by watching each other

Imitation and modelling in Missional Leadership:

  • a residential of 4 days combined with a 10 week online course which requires 3 hours of work per week;

  • starts in the week of 7 March 2022 with a residential;

  • is a blended online, facilitated course, with a virtual meeting every 2 weeks;

  • online material is available for the people who are trained by the trainers, available in English

    and translatable into different languages;

  • small groups of 10–14 participants, we aim at two people from a country or ministry;

  • primary language will be English;

  • the course is recognised by the IBTS Centre and EBF and is at pre-degree level;

  • tutors: Andrew Clarke and Matt Norman;

  • facilitator: Ingeborg te Loo;

  • tuition fee: 600 euros, limited scholarships are possible.

Graduate School Requirements

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Entry Requirements

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Fees

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Useful Information

Applications

Applications can now be completed online. For more information on the application process click here.

Vrije University

For more information about the role of Vrije Universiteit Amstersdam within your studies, please click here.

Costs

Students are responsible for their own travel, accommodation, insurance, food, and living costs while attending intensive teaching periods, Colloquia & any additional activities.

Admissions Criteria

Please read the admissions criteria for this course before applying. View the criteria here.

Need Advice

Please don’t hestitate to get in touch with us for more information. We are here to help. Contact us here.

Useful Information

Applications

Applications can now be completed online. For more information on the application process click here.

Vrije University

For more information about the role of Vrije Universiteit Amstersdam within your studies, please click here.

Costs

Students are responsible for their own travel, accommodation, insurance, food, and living costs while attending intensive teaching periods, Colloquia & any additional activities.

Admissions Criteria

Please read the admissions criteria for this course before applying. View the criteria here.

Need Advice

Please don’t hestitate to get in touch with us for more information. We are here to help. Contact us here.

Imitation & Modelling in Missional Leadership