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Diploma of Chaplaincy in Brisbane

Date: 20th April 2020 9:30am
Location: Ringwood Campus + Online Learning

Brisbane-based Chaplaincy Course Begins:

This 24-month course, offers both face to face and online training and begins on Monday 20 April 2020. 

Why study Chaplaincy?

The 10635NAT Diploma of Chaplaincy has been developed by The Salvation Army to meet the training needs of chaplains. This qualification will equip chaplains to provide services and/or interventions to clients in a variety of settings.

In the chaplaincy role you often work with people who are experiencing times of crisis, grief and loss or have experienced a crucial life changing incident. Engaging with such vulnerable people requires sensitivity and the discerning application of extensive knowledge and skills.

Meet the Trainers

 

 

Tracey English, Facilitator and Assessor, Masters Degree in Counselling, a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Pastoral Counselling/Psychology), Graduate Diploma of Supervision, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Tracey English has worked as a Salvation Army officer (minister) for more than 30 years. During this time she has been involved in parish work, teaching pastoral care at The Salvation Army theological college and writing and editing Salvation Army publications.For the last nine years Tracey has been working in the area of chaplaincy, initially as a chaplain within Salvation Army social programs, providing pastoral care to program staff and clients experiencing homelessness, mental health and addiction issues. Currently she is the senior chaplain for courts and prisons in Melbourne, supporting chaplains working in the justice system and representing The Salvation Army at Corrections Victoria.

Watch this video to learn more about Tracey's journey of chaplaincy and training chaplains.

 

Tony Montgomery, Facilitator and Assessor, Master of Business, Diploma of Theology, Diploma in Ministry, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Tony is trained as an Emergency Services Chaplain with the NSW State Emergency Services where he is regularly called out to conduct both individual welfare checks and debriefs for large scale emergencies. He has also worked previously as a Chaplain within Aged Care at Anglicare. Tony also works part-time as a Correctional Officer (Custodial), which he thinks is a good foundation for Prison ministry.

Entry Requirements

The following entry requirements apply to this course. You will require:

  • Biblical and theological qualifications at a Certificate IV level, OR be able to demonstrate that you have a proficient level of biblical and theological knowledge
  • Pastoral supervision for 10 hours with a qualified supervisor (at your expense)
  • Sufficient literacy skills to read and interpret the Bible, prayer books or other religious material
  • A letter of sponsorship from your denominational senior clerical representative, endorsing your application for the course and confirming your engagement with the church/corps
  • To be over 18 years of age
  • Working with Children Check document
  • Police Check with relevant authority

Learn more

Discover more details about the Diploma of Chaplaincy here or contact us on 02 9502 5011. Applications close on Friday 10 April 2020.