|Program purpose||Provide suitable persons with more advanced training in Christian ministry.|
|Open to the general public?||Yes|
|Current availability for new applicants||Not currently available.|
|Current version||10743NAT - Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology|
CMTTHE501 Analyse and interpret Christian Scripture and Theology
CMTTHE502 Utilise the analysis of theological data
CMTTHE503 Research and analyse information within a theological theme or issue
CMTTHE504 Analyse and apply new theological insights
CMTMIN501 Facilitate personal or social change through the application of theological ideas
CMTMIN502 Present theological beliefs and their implications
TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction
TAEDEL404 Mentor in the workplace
CHCGRP002 Plan and conduct group activities
BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
|Language of instruction||English|
|Brief job description of what a graduate will be able to do||Graduates will be able to lead or teach a Christian group, including Bible study, and resolve theological problems if they arise.|
|Pathways after graduation||A Bachelor of Ministry program.|
|Equipment that students must provide||
Access to a computer with good internet access and suitable software.
Students may also need to buy textbooks for some units.
Academic prerequisites: None|
Any specific prerequisites: Placement in a church or other ministry organization
English language requirements required for admission: Year 12 or Certificate IV
Literacy skills required for admission: Year 12 or Certificate IV
Numeracy skills required for admission: N/a
|How it is taught (delivery method)||Online|
|Arrangements for work placement||Arranged by the student|
|When and how students are assessed||Continual assessment|
|Any specific payment arrangements||
Students may not pay more than $1500 in advance.
|How many semesters||One year full-time, two years part-time|
Average time needed each week: 35 hours (if fulltime). This includes all ministry practicum.
Name: Ross Woods|