Inside William Booth College
In 1929, as a memorial to the Founder, William Booth College was opened at Denmark Hill in London.

The iconic building, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, has been at the heart of Salvation Army leadership training ever since and is at the forefront of delivering education and training programmes for the United Kingdom and further afield.

William Booth was a prophet and visionary as well as a man of action and the college was built to give reality to one of his most breathtaking visions - that The Salvation Army should have a University of Humanity.

The College offers distance and on-site learning for cadets (officers-in-training), officers, lay employees and volunteers throughout the UK and and Ireland Territory and overseas.
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