School for Prophecy is the prophetic training ministry designed and developed by Mark Iles and delivered with the School team with the ambitious objective of helping the wider church to be able to confidently, comfortably and correctly hear from God and powerfully move in the biblical gift of prophecy.

Its birth can be traced back to Mark’s charismatic roots, and the many years he worked and travelled with Graham Cooke during his time at Southampton. He launched his first prophetic team in 2006 when he left his career job, and it has grown since then into its current structure with a large, talented team and extensive resources.


The School in its current form can offer three levels of training courses, which cover all aspects of the prophetic gift, ministry and calling respectively: –

Each training course comprises nine standard sessions, including PowerPoint presentations, student style notes, a one-hour activation workshop, demonstration prophetic ministry and the all-important questions & answers times. There is also an extended option available with three more advanced sessions.

Mark delivers the training courses and the team both in-person regionally and online, using zoom conferencing software. We recommend that they are run monthly, but they can be run at other intervals to suit your particular circumstances. Bookings for all available training courses can be found on by searching for School for Prophecy.

Training Courses

Developing Your Prophetic Gift – The level one course is for beginners and those moving in prophecy who want a clear, comprehensive and competent biblical understanding of the gift of prophecy.

Growing in Prophetic Ministry – The level two course is for those who are already recognised as prophetic and want to take their gift further and develop a safe, successful and sustainable Prophetic Ministry.

Engaging Your Prophetic Calling – The level three course is for those who feel a significant calling to the Prophetic Ministry and want to develop a more strategic, team and itinerant approach.


The School website provides easy access to all the available resources, which include:

Course manuals for both level one and two, which include a chapter for each of the standard and extended course teaching sessions.

Audio and video recordings of all the three courses’ teaching sessions, together with supporting presentation notes with room to add your own comments.