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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 Diploma in Theology introduces students to the key theological disciplines of Biblical Studies and Christian Thought and History. This may be extended by further study in those disciplines or by electives in the area of practical ministry studies. It may be possible for students to undertake study in a ministry setting as part of the course. The Diploma in Theology consists of 144 points comprising of: - 36 points of study in Biblical Studies (Field B) - 36 points of study in Christian Thought and History (Field C) - a further 72 points of study.
The Graduate Certificate in Theology qualifies students in theological study by developing or deepening their knowledge and skills in theological disciplines. It serves as a foundation for further study and a means of critically engaging Christian thought and traditions. Graduates are able to articulate insights for Christian life and social engagement. The Graduate Certificate in Theology consists of 72 points of Foundational units taken across three Disciplines in at least two Fields.
This nationally recognised course is ideal if you are new to a supervisory or management role and need to build your leadership confidence and skills. You will be equipped to provide leadership and guidance to others and take responsibility for the effective functioning and performance of the team and its work outcomes. It is an introductory course for supervisors, team leaders as well as frontline and mid to upper level managers. It is a perfect qualification for people who find themselves in a supervisory role without any formal training in management or supervision. The nationally recognised training is open to anyone studying in Australia.
Train to become a facilitator of the Positive Lifestyle Program. A program that is all about a person going on a journey of self-discovery. It is evidence based and has been specifically designed to enhance people's self-awareness, and to enable them to gain a better understanding of their personal life strengths.
The Master of Philosophy is a higher degree by research in divinity or one or more of its associated disciplines and is designed for individuals who bring a foundation within this disciplinary range. The purpose of the Master of Philosophy is to qualify individuals to apply an advanced body of knowledge in divinity or one or more of its associated disciplines in a range of contexts and to provide a pathway for possible further learning. There are two streams in the Master of Philosophy. All candidates must attend a minimum of 8 hours of research seminars each year at the University and either a University Research Day or a research conference each year. - The MPhil by major thesis requires submission for examination of a thesis of 40,000 words. - The MPhil by minor thesis requires completion of two postgraduate coursework units and submission for examination of a thesis of 25,000 words. A thesis submitted is examined by two examiners external to the University of Divinity.
The Bachelor of Theology critically examines life and faith through the study of scriptures, theological traditions and historical contexts. It aims to broaden self-understanding and facilitate cultural engagement. The Bachelor of Theology assists students to develop knowledge across broad areas of theology and depth in particular areas of interest. It develops research and communication skills, and prepares graduates for further theological study. It may be possible for students to undertake study in a ministry setting as part of the course. The Bachelor of Theology consists of 432 points comprised of: a) 72 points in a discipline or disciplines in Field B (Biblical Studies) which must include at least 18 points in each Testament; b) 36 points in the discipline of Church History; c) 72 points in the discipline of Systematic Theology; d) 36 points in a discipline or disciplines in Field D (Theology: Mission and Ministry); and e) A further 216 points. Each course of study for the Bachelor of Theology: f) must not include more than 216 points at level 1; and g) must include at least 108 points at level 3 including 36 points at level 3 in either a discipline or disciplines in Field B (Biblical Studies) or in the discipline of Systematic Theology.
The course is for people who value making a difference in their community by contributing to build strong and inclusive communities. If you have a genuine interest in community issues and people, great communication skills, an ability to resolve conflict quickly, to relate to people effectively and patiently and an ability to work independently and in collaboration, then this course is perfect for you. The course reflects the roles of workers involved in the managing, co-ordinating and/or delivering of person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities. This nationally recognised qualification is open to anyone studying in Australia.
In this course you will gain the skills and knowledge required to work as a qualified financial counsellor within community services and community legal organisations, supporting people in need providing a specialist service assisting people faced with debt and other financial issues. This work requires: - specialist knowledge, paralegal skills and competencies especially in regard to credit and debt issues affecting clients and their rights and obligations; - solid understanding of social and systemic issues that impact on financial counselling clients. The total number of units required for completion for the course is 17 units (14 core, 3 electives). Students may select 3 electives to best meet their workplace requirements.
Learn how you can support people in the community who are struggling with addiction to drugs and alcohol by combining practical work placement experience and online training to gain CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs. This course will teach you how to assess, intervene, counsel and advocate for people struggling with addiction. You will be equipped with the knowledge of how you could provide a range of services and interventions to people with alcohol and other drugs issues and/or implement health promotion and community interventions delivering better outcomes for your clients.