10743NAT Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology
This course is intended to provide participants with a range of knowledge and skills to perform the following functions within a Christian ministry context:
- Interpret, analyse and apply integrated concepts related to Christian beliefs;
- Provide considered information and ideas related to Christian beliefs and teachings to Christian and non-Christian audiences;
Provide leadership to Christians based on demonstrated understanding of Christianity.
10743NAT Diploma Christian Ministry and Theology, candidates should have a year 12 school certificate, its equivalent or maturity and appropriate life experience. It is recommended that candidates have relevant experience to indicate likely success at this level of qualification in a job role involving:
- The self-directed application of knowledge with substantial depth in some areas
- The exercise of independent judgement and decision-making
- The application of relevant technical and other skills.
no prerequisite requirements.
Duration of Qualification and Volume of Learning
This program is a full-time course completed over a period of 1.5 year full time
The AQF Volume of Learning for a 10743NAT Diploma Christian Ministry and Theology is 1200 ~ 2400 hours. Please refer to details of how this program meets this requirement on following pages including our timetable and details about weekly training and assessment, online lecture, practice in workplace.
The primary pathway from this qualification is into the Christian Ministry and Theology. Students may also undertake further studies in Advanced diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology by undertaking qualifications such as Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology and Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology.
Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:
Graduates will be able to apply integrated theoretical concepts and skills related to theological beliefs of church groups and knowledge of groups holding other views which are relevant to Christian ministry contexts.
The purpose of this course is to either:
- Qualify individuals to serve and lead in church groups and other ministry contexts within a broad range of specialised independent roles and in accordance with the values, procedures and practice guidelines of those church groups and Christian ministry contexts, or
- To provide a pathway for further learning by progression to higher level of qualifications developed in conjunction with this course, and in particular, to the Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology
Graduates of this course will have acquired specialised knowledge related to the beliefs of church groups and knowledge of groups holding other views which are relevant to Christian ministry contexts.
Graduates of this course will also have gained skills consistent with the Diploma AQF descriptor such as the ability to:
- Analyse information related to Christian beliefs
- Provide guidance and leadership in a range of life and ministry situations based on more advanced interpretations about Christian beliefs
- Provide considered information related to Christian beliefs and understandings to some Christian and some non-Christian audiences
- Provide solutions to some complex theological problems
- Fulfil more formal roles with increasing leadership responsibilities, expectations and requirements, within the Christian ministry sector
Graduates of this Course will demonstrate the application of the knowledge and skills they have gained:
- By more independent judgement when advising others on possible courses of action in a range of life or ministry related situations
- By applying more advanced, flexible approaches they have gained to the study of Christian concepts and beliefs to a broad range of advanced subjects and topics
- Take responsibility for ministry situations with changing contexts within broad organisational parameters
The course outcomes of this Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology are consistent with the qualification type descriptor found in the Australian Qualification Framework Second Edition, January 2013.
Core and Elective Units
Total number of units = 9
- 6 core units
- 3 elective units, of which:
All electives chosen must contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|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|
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|CHCMHS001||Work with people with mental health issues|
|CHCLEG001|| Work legally and ethically
|CHCGRP002||Plan and conduct group activities|