LLM Training Process
There are specific modules for the licenses:
5.1 All applicants for LLM must complete the required training before receiving a licence. Applicants seeking any licence are required to complete the basic introductory course Understanding Anglican Lay Ministry, an 8 contact-hour course offered through KSM. This course, by itself, provides no accreditation. Additional training expectations are as listed below. With the exception of the preaching course, all will be offered as contiguous modules in a one-weekend LLM course.
5.1.1 Applicants for a licence to lead Morning and Evening Prayer services will attend the course Basics of Liturgy (4 contact-hours), offered through KSM.
5.1.2 Applicants for a licence to lead services with Reserved Sacrament in any context will attend the courses Basics of Liturgy and The Eucharist and the Life of the World (6 contact-hours), offered through KSM.
5.1.3 Applicants for a licence to preach in public worship will complete the O104 Preaching course, offered through KSM. Preaching is a standard 21 contact-hour KSM course.
5.1.4 Applicants for a licence to perform laying-on of hands and anoint sick or distressed persons will attend the course Laying-on of Hands and Anointing (3 contact- hours), offered through KSM.
5.2 After completing these required educational and training events, an applicant will have attained competencies suitable to the ministry applied for. The competencies are as listed in the Expectations section.