This course (taken with the preceding Language and Culture Acquisition course) is designed to give the necessary training for those taking up a mentored internship field assignment with SIL. This initial assignment would be up to two years duration and may be undertaken as the first phase of a longer term involvement.
Assignment Related Training aims to equip participants with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they require to contribute to such a field language project and our hope is that by the end of the course, participants will have accomplished some work in all target areas and have developed the confidence to embark competently on the adventure of field work.
The usual entry requirements for a Redcliffe College postgraduate level course apply.
Assignment Related Training is taught in partnership with Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International.
Each is comprised of a unique core component plus a number of shared components that are common to each track. Further details of the unique core components to each track can be found by following the links below.
There is also a two and half day long seminar in the middle of the course, entitled Living in Christ, which can be optional for those who are not members of Wycliffe organisations.
The 'objectives' tab outines the objectives of the shared components.
Plus one of the following tracks (see separate Course Objectives statements):
ART forms part of the PGCert stage of MA Field Linguistics and MA Literacy Programme Development, which runs from 25 July to 2 December 2016. It can also be studied as a standalone module.
The Assignment Related Training module runs from 12 September to 2 December 2016.
There will be no lectures 24 to 28 October 2016.
Application deadline: 1 August 2016
For full course dates, please click here.
2016-17 tuition fees for Assignment Related Training are £1,700.
For more information about course fees and accommodation options, see our fees page.
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Language and Culture Acquisition
MA Field Linguistics
MA Literacy Programme Development
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