A Mason's life is a journey of discovery - about the world around him but, more importantly, about himself.

Although this can be a process of self discovery, various training and development initiatives are organised by the Province and overseen by the Provincial Education and Training Committee. 

 

Provincial Education and Training Committee

In 2007 the Provincial Grand Master set up this Committee - a major expansion of the former Provincial Education and Training Committee.

It meets two or three times a year and deals with the following (Lead Committee member in brackets)

  • Committee Chairman - WBro Charles Bennett PAGDC, AsstProvGM

  • Orations and Lectures - WBro Bill Caswell

  • Training and Mentoring - WBro Richard Brice

  • Museum and Libraries - WBro Kevin Corcoran

  • Provincial Demonstration Group - WBro Owen Davison

  • Provincial Website & Social Media - WBro John Fergusson

The Education and Training Committee is concerned with

  • Provincial Information, learning and discussion

  • Mentoring Programme - for the newly joined (or re-joined) Mason

  • Initiates' Suppers - evenings of introduction to Freemasonry for new Masons

  • Demonstration Group performances and re-enactments (see below)

  • Orations led by the Provincial Grand Orator, WBro Bill Caswell

  • Wardens' Traning - introduction to the Role of Worshipful Master

  • Meetings for Prime Lodge Office Holders (eg Treasurers, Secretaries, Directors of Ceremonies, Almoners)

Lodges of Instruction, Practice & Rehearsal

These are established at all Masonic centres in the Province. Those with websites are

Demonstration Group

The Provincial Demonstration Group has been established to present historic Masonic plays for the enjoyment and education of Brethren in the Province and beyond.

Its inaugural meeting took place on in Northampton on Tuesday 30 September 2008 and since then it has gone from strength to strength.

The Group's Chairman is WBro Owen Davidson and WBro Colin Allanson is responsible for running the team and bookings.

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