The CPCA Academic Standards Committee and Leadership Team are excited to announce the completion of the development of our fourth Basic Credentials Core Course which is now available to enroll in online through the CPCA website. Successful completion of this course will result in a CPCA Certificate and will go towards achieving CPCA Basic Credentials.
Dr Miriam Mollering is the instructor for this course on "Diversity & Sensitivity in Police Chaplaincy". Dr Mollering serves as a chaplain with the Calgary PS, and has a diverse professional background including roles as an abuse recovery counselor, family therapist, pastor, and humanitarian manager. She has doctorate degrees in Psychological Counselling and Theological Studies which help bring an academic, practical, and spiritual approach to her work.
This course is available to CPCA Members and non CPCA chaplains through our CPCA Website. To enroll in this enrichment course, please click on one of the two links:
For 2023 CPCA Members to receive your 50% discount click here: https://www.canadianpolicechaplainassociation.com/training-opportunities
For non-CPCA chaplains, please click here: https://www.canadianpolicechaplainassociation.com/online-courses-for-non-cpca-members
On behalf of the CPCA Leadership Team, thank you for your interest in enriching your skillsets so that you will continue to enhance how you serve law enforcement officers and their families throughout Canada. Special thanks to our CPCA ASC Chair Katherine Bourbonniere and her team for continuing to develop exceptional online training courses for police chaplains throughout our nation.
Chaplain/Constable Bruce Ewanyshyn
ICPC Director Region 1