New Staff 2023
Date & Time
Wednesday 8th March (Day 1)
Wednesday 13th September 2022 (Day 2)
This program is divided into 3 parts; two days of attendance as well as independent work online.
You must participate in and complete all three parts.
Registration includes attendance at both days.
Brigidine Ministry Centre
54 Beaconsfield Pde
Any staff new to Kildare Ministries schools or
community works. Not restricted to teaching staff.
Catering costs to be invoiced to ministries.
This course provides at least six hours of accreditation to teach in a Catholic school (if applicable)
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How does story help us understand who we are and why we do what we do? What part do each of us have to play in shaping and interacting with the story of Kildare Ministries?
What is my own personal and professional story, and how has that influenced and been added to by my experience of my new workplace? What have I seen or heard that has touched my heart?
How do the stories of our traditions – the Christian tradition and our founders Brigid, Nano & Daniel – inspire us in our own ministries today?
What is the Kildare Ministries story? Its mission and vision, its history of development, its structure and governance and our roles as people working in service to that mission.
The program was informative and affirmed the feeling of welcoming and inclusiveness I already felt from school.
The presentations were extremely helpful for understanding Kildare Ministries' history, mission, vision and values and how they help communities to grow.