10744NAT ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRY AND THEOLOGY

 

The Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology provides the students with the foundational biblical doctrine in preparation for key roles in ministry.  General leadership and ministry skills are developed through our entire program.  In addition, students are required to undertake practical ministry to develop their specialized ministry skills.  The core and elective units of competency are drawn from a range of Australian government and industry-recognized training packages and courses.

The Advanced Diploma consists of 10 Units of Competency (8 Core units of competency and 2 Elective units of competency) which can be completed in any order.  This course takes a minimum of one year when studying full-time or two years if studying part-time.  All units are available online with some classes being offered face to face.  Interning at a ministry/church is a requirement for successful completion of each unit.

Required Resources

All students must have access to the internet at home, a computer, fundamental computing skills and note that each unit has required textbooks and learner guides which must be purchased before starting a unit.

CLUSTER 1 - ANALYSE AND COMMUNICATE CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES
CMTTHE601 - Analyse and critique Christian theology
CMTMIN602 - Communicate theology in depth
CLUSTER 2 - CHALLENGING AND PROMOTING THEOLOGY: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT
CMTTHE602 -Critique the interpretation of theological data
CMTTHE604 -Critique new insights on theological information
CLUSTER 3 - APPLIED CHRISTIAN MINISTRY
BSBINS603 - Initiate and lead applied research (Release 1)
BSBLDR602 - Provide leadership across the organisation (Release 1)
CHCPRP003 - Reflect on and improve own professional practice
CHCCDE005 - Develop and support relevant community resources
CLUSTER 4 - APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP
CMTTHE603 - Apply critical analysis to a theological theme or issue
CMTMIN601 - Synthesise theological ideas and apply these to specific personal or community issues