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ACPE(Ireland) Ltd is delighted to announce that Clinical Pastoral Education will recommence at St Vincent’s University Hospital in January 2018 . St Vincent’s has been a training centre since 1982 when the methodology was established in Ireland. Two units are planned and potential applicants are invited to contact the two named supervisors at their earliest convenience
A 12 week programme will commence in January with Sr Mary Jo Corcoran as supervisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and a second 12 week programme in April with Catherine Kennan (email@example.com) as supervisor.
Supervisors of the Programme
Back Row: David (CEO ST Luke’s Home), Rev. Bruce Pierce (Chair ACPE(I)), Fr. Gabriel Kelly, Ricky O’Connor, David Cribben, Rev. Isaac Delamere, Rev. Daniel Nuzum (Supervisor)
Front Row: Sr.Mary Jo Corcoran (Director), Julianna Crowley, Pauline O Dowd (Supervisor in Training), Mon. Kevin O’Callaghan, A J McNamama (CEO Cork University Hospital) Fr. Pierce Cormac (Chaplain)
Absent : Deirdre O Donnell
CEO of Cork University Hospital with the Graduates
Limited places have just become available at Cork University Hospital for the unit commencing in September.
Please contact Sr Mary Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org
ACPE(Ireland) Ltd is delighted to announce that as of 5th May the body has endorsed a mutual recognition of professional standards with New Zealand Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (Inc)together with a mutual reciprocity in regard to units of CPE undertaken. This is wonderful news. We look forward to continuing to develop our relationship with NZACPE and with other international CPE Professional bodies
ACPE (Ireland) Ltd was delighted to ratify and present Dr Daniel Nuzum with his formal certificate of CPE Teaching Supervisor at its business meeting in Dublin today. The certificate was jointly presented by Ms Catherine Keenan (Chairperson of interview and assessment panel) and the Rev’d Bruce Pierce (Chairperson ACPE Ireland)
Bruce in congratulating Daniel acknowledged the depth and intensity of this training process and paid tribute to his commitment to pastoral education and research within the Health Service. Daniel expressed his gratitude to his supervisors at University Hospital Kerry, Northridge House and Cork University Hospital.
Delighted to share that the New Zealand Association for CPE and ACPE(Ireland) have formally embanked on a journey of mutual recognition of professional training and education. A wonderful first. Our banner picture on our Facebook page which has received considerable interest is of Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand