10433NAT Certificate IV in Christian Ministry and Theology

Qualification Description

KCBT delivers this qualification in the Korean language only.

This course is intended to provide participants with a range of knowledge and skills to perform the following functions in a Christian ministry context:

  • Identify, interpret and compare information related to basic Christian beliefs
  • Provide information related to Christian beliefs and understandings of some Christian and some non-Christian audiences
  • Propose what actions are appropriate for a range of life and ministry situations based on interpretations about Christian beliefs

Course Duration/Fees

Full time: 52 weeks (38 study weeks + 2 weeks of Orientation+ 1-week re-assessment +11 weeks break) - 4 Terms
Tuition Fees: 4 x AUD$1,750.00 Total AUD$7,000.00
Application Fees: AUD$ 250.00 (applicable on new enrolments only, once off fee)
Resources Fee: AUD$ 200.00

The delivery methods for this course include

  • This course is delivered in Korean language only
  • Face-to-face classroom-based structured learning
  • Field Studies in local Australian Christian Ministry contexts
  • Simulated work environment
  • Learners will be required to bring their laptop device (BYOD – bring your own device) - for further details regarding the BYOD policy visit: Policies

Entry Requirements

  • Must be 18 years of age or over
  • Completed Year 11 (or equivalent in Korean language)
  • Record of transcripts of studies in Korean language (translated to English) to support capacity to study 10433NAT Certificate IV in Christian Ministry and Theology

Intakes

Please refer to Course Details/Prices link for more details.

Course Content

CMTTHE401ADiscuss the nature of Bible and present day Christian life and practice
CMTTHE402AInterpret theological data
CMTTHE403AInvestigate information within a theological theme or issue
CMTTHE404AGain new personal revelation
CMTMIN401AExplore ideas about God in relation to the way we live as christians
CMTMIN402ACommunicate theological information
CHCCDE002Develop and implement community programs
CHCCDE009Develop and support community leadership
CHCCOM002Use communication to build relationships

Assessment

All units of competence will be assessed using a selection of tools (including portfolios, reports, role-plays, observations in the real simulated work environment, case studies, questioning, simulation activities, and knowledge-based assessments)

Recognition of Prior Learning

An application can be made for RPL when the learner believes that they have already attained the necessary skills and competencies elsewhere (work, other study etc.). The RPL policy, procedure and application form is available from the reception upon request or on the college website (http://kcbt.wa.edu.au/students/forms/).

Learners will be required to provide evidence to support their application. The application will be processed and assessed in accordance with the KCBT RPL and recognition Policy and Procedure. Assessment includes a challenge test of skill demonstration in a simulated or real work environment.

All documents that are not in English language must be translated and assessed by KCBT translator from Korean to English.

Credit Transfer

Learners, who can demonstrate they already hold any of the Units of Competency specified above, may be eligible to receive a credit transfer for those units. They will need to submit a verified Certificate or Statement of Attainment issued by a RTO for recognition purposes.

Please complete RPL or Credit Transfer or Exemption Form (http://kcbt.wa.edu.au/students/forms/) and attach detailed evidence of your relevant experience / study, completed academic transcripts and official unit description(s) to your application.

For all credit transfer request, the learner is required to authorize Keystone College of Business and Technology – RTO Code - 41183 to access the Unique Student Identifier (USI) transcript online to confirm the validity of the old transcripts. For more information on how to enable Keystone College of Business and Technology, to view your transcript, please watch this video (https://www.usi.gov.au/video/how-give-permission-my-training-organisation-view-my-usi-transcript-0)

Learners who are awarded a credit transfer will be exempted from completing those units at KCBT and this will be recorded on the system as a variation.

Study Pathway and Career Opportunities

Pathways from this Qualification

Exit Points
  • All units of Competency are delivered as standalone. This provision is to enable flexibility and time for sufficient, reliable evidence to be gathered to enable assessors to make a competency judgement. Should a learner not be able to complete all the Units of Competency required to be awarded this qualification they will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the individual units of competency for which they have been assessed as competent.
  • Upon successful completion of the full qualification.

After achieving the 10433NAT - Certificate IV in Christian Ministry and Theology, learners may consider pathway options including:

  • CHC42315 Certificate IV in Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care
  • 10434NAT Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology
  • Students may be able to receive credit transfer from some units based on this qualification.

Learners may be able to receive credit transfer for some units of competency if they appear in the pathway.

KCBT policy prevents learners under the age of 18 from registering in KCBT courses or programs.

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