P 128 Supervising a Curate: A Short Guide to a Complex Task (2011)

Good supervision and training of the newly ordained can lay a strong foundation for future ministry. And yet training experiences are not universally positive.

Whilst some elements of this process are common sense, there are also many skills to be learnt and aspects of good practice to be put in place. This clear guide sets out the key elements of good supervision which enables ministry to flourish.
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Author: Revd Rick Simpson

Rick is an Anglican Minister working in two parishes in Newcastle upon Tyne. He is also a tutor in Doctrine for the Newcastle Reader Training Course and Local Ministry Scheme.

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