Teaching Course - Module 2C Top-up Course - Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire

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About this course:

Module 2 is part of the ART Ringing Teacher Accredition scheme.

This half-day course for those who have already attended a Module 2F and wish to top-up with the additional Module 2C material covering the teaching of elementary change ringing. 

The workshop builds on Module 2F and covers:

  • Theory – Strong Foundations
  • Practical – Building Skills for Plain Hunt
  • Practical – Easy Steps to Plain Bob
  • Practical – Using Unusual Teaching Methods


Event Details

Event Start Thu 10-Oct-2019 09:00
Event End Thu 10-Oct-2019 13:00
Available places 4
Registration Closes
Wed 25-Sep-2019 12:00
Event Fee £10 per attendee
Event Prerequisites You must be a bell-ringing teacher (or would-be teacher) aged 14 or over.
You must have sufficiently good bell control to be able to inspire confidence in others and an ability to comfortably ring up and down in peal.
You must have rung a quarter peal on an inside bell of Bob Minor standard or above, recorded on Bellboard
You must have either already accredited at Module 2F or attended a Module 2F day course in the past two years.
Location St Mary-the-Virgin, Sprotbrough, S Yorkshire

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Neil Donovan


Neil is retired and living in Beverley, where he rings on the magnificent 12 at St Mary’s Church. Learnt to ring at Rotherham in late 1959. His tutor was Norman Chaddock, one of the founder members of the CCCBR Education Committee. Another influence on his early ringing was Wilfrid F Moreton, also a member of the CCCBR Education Committee at that time and founder of the Hereford Ringing Course. Neil is a a Vice-President of the Yorkshire Association and former President. Amongst other offices in the Association, he has been involved with ringing education in Yorkshire for over 30 years. Organising and tutoring on many day courses and a residential course which ran for 27 years. Neil has been a group leader and tutor at the Hereford Course since the mid-eighties. He much prefers to be with the beginner groups, where he finds it a great pleasure to helping students to take their first steps in plain hunting and beyond