Atlanta Catechist Conference
August 18, 2018 at the Atlanta Renaissance Waverly Hotel and Convention Center — see THIS LINK for more information.
The process for catechist certification in the Archdiocese of Atlanta is contained in the document Communicating the Catholic Message. Catechist certification builds competency in four dimensions: Catechist, Theology, Learner and Methods. The certification hour requirements for parish catechists and Catholic school teachers are different, however, both build competency in the four key dimensions. Please follow this link to learn more about the certification process. Please contact Kathy Kelly Huey, to review and setup your plan. For more information about certification, please see the Archdiocese of Atlanta Catechist Certification page.
Opportunities for Learning Online
Basic Catechist Certification courses are now available online through Echoes of Faith. The Office of Formation and Discipleship has purchased a block of one-year online subscriptions for the Echoes of Faith series. Each one year subscription costs $15 and catechists may do as many courses as they like during the subscription period. For more information visit http://tiny.cc/eof. Please see Kathy Kelly Huey for registration information. email@example.com
New Dayton University (VLCFF) online learning for Adults $20.00 per Course.
The Archdiocese in partnership with the University of Dayton has developed a customized Certificate Program exclusively for the Archdiocese of Atlanta. This equips catechist and all adults with knowledge, skills, practical tools and techniques needed for creative and comprehensive catechetical ministry . This program will prove the level of master catechist for those who desire the certification. A special tuition grant brings the cost to $20.00 per course. The cost is normally, $90.00 per course. Available in English and Spanish. Catechesis Program<http://www.archatl.com/offices/ofd2012/news/docs/2014/VLCFF-Certificate-in-Catechesis-Program.pdf>, or visit http://www.archatl.com/offices/ofd2012/news/2014/fif20141015.html for detailed information. The first cohort begins January 2015. Deadline to register is December 19, 2014. This is a fantastic and affordable way to learn more about your faith even if you never intend to “formally” teach. As Catholics we are all called to “informally” pass on the faith. Ask Paula Alley, Dawn Ghede, Lynette Crowley or Brandy Hart, a few parishioners who have taken courses, about their online experience. Enjoy!
For more information or to RSVP for Adult Studies please contact Kathy Kelly Huey firstname.lastname@example.org