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The Doctor of Philosophy is a higher degree by research. The purpose of the Doctor of Philosophy is to qualify individuals who apply a substantial body of knowledge to research, investigate and develop new knowledge, in one or more areas of investigation, scholarship or professional practice.
This training program provides a set of skills for working with clients who have gambling problems. It is an online course ideally suited to those already working as counsellors, financial counsellors or case-workers. It will also assist other health professionals who want to develop specialised skills to support clients, and their families with gambling issues.
Learn to support your team as you grow your skills and knowledge in a range of general business administration operations. Be equipped to create professional looking spreadsheets and business documents, organise schedules and prepare presentations, offer quality customer service, and learn keyboard and computer functions. Practice your skills to use office programs, develop an analytical mind and learn to give attention to detail.
Are you already working in the alcohol and other drugs sector or want to develop your skills through further study? The CHC53215 Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs will prepare you with high-level specialist knowledge to provide counselling and referral services to clients with alcohol and other drugs issues. This course will also equip you with the skills to offer realistic and achievable pathways to clients, improving their lives and enabling their re-engagement with their family, the community and the workforce.
The Graduate Diploma in Theology allows students to explore areas of interest in theology. It provides a substantial foundation for further study and a means of engaging Christian thought and traditions. Graduates are able to articulate insights for Christian practice and identity. The Graduate Diploma in Theology consists of 144 points comprised of: - 72 points of Foundational units taken across three disciplines in at least two fields; and - a further 72 points
The Graduate Certificate in Divinity allows students to explore areas of interest in divinity and its associated disciplines. It serves as an introduction to the broad field of study of theology or philosophy and disciplines which are associated with them. Every course of study for the Graduate Certificate in Divinity consists of 72 points of Foundational or Elective units.
The Master of Divinity is a primary theological degree for students with a degree in another area. The Master of Divinity enables students to apply an advanced body of knowledge in divinity and its associated disciplines in ministry contexts. Students broaden their knowledge and skills to prepare them for professional practice and further learning. The Master of Divinity consists of 432 points comprised of: a) not less than 168 points and not more than 192 points of Foundational units, including: - 48 points in at least one biblical or associated language - 48 points in field B - 48 points in field C - 24 points in field D b) not less than 148 points and not more than 240 points of Elective units, including: - 24 points in field B - 24 points in field C - 24 points in field D c) either a Capstone unit worth at least 24 points or a Research Essay.
Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works in the world: how it is earned, managed, invested and donated. More specifically, it refers to the set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources. This skill set is for community workers whose clients may be facing issues related to the basic day to day management of their finances and who may be at risk of increasing debt and its associated risks. It provides a set of skills for provision of basic financial literacy education for clients.
The 10635NAT Diploma of Chaplaincy has been developed by the The Salvation Army to meet the training needs and accreditation of chaplains. This qualification will equip chaplains to provide services and/or interventions to clients in a variety of settings. The total number of units required for completion of the course is 14 units (10 core, 4 electives). Be empowered with pragmatic learning to pursue your commitment to serve in the ministry you are called to. Contact us on 02 9502 5011 for any enquiries. Please note: Elective units marked with an asterisk (*) are only available in Melbourne.
The course is only open to The Salvation Army personnel. Excel 2010 is the spreadsheet application in the Microsoft Office 2010 suite that allows you to store, organize, and analyze information. This is an intermediate course that will offer you the chance to upskill and learn from professionals.