The Diploma of Christian Ministry & Theology is fully competency based and while knowledge and some aspects of competency are assessed within the realms of each subject, completion of ministry projects demonstrating all areas of competency will need to be completed to graduate.
The student will obtain practical experience by undertaking field placements at their local church, Christian ministry or community service organisation. This practical experience is to be gained in an area that complements in class assessment and the immediate goals of the student.
Australian year 11 or equivalent. IELTS 5.0 overall or equivalent. If students do not have satisfactory English skills Keystone College of Business & Technology has English Language courses available the students to reach the required entry level. There is exception to IELTS require Korean study only. There are no formal education requirements for enrolment in the lower level Certificate programs. However, students who have not attained this level of formal education may be considered for enrolment. In particular this requirement would be waived for mature age students.
|CMTTHE501A||Analyses and interprets theological beliefs in the light of current thinking||Mission and Evangelism|
|CMTTHE502A||Analyses and interprets theological data||Interpreting Scripture|
|CMTTHE503A||Researches and analyses information within a theological thesis or issue||Biblical God|
|CMTTHE504A||Identifies new theological information||Pastoral Care|
|CMTMIN501A||Relates theological ideas to the Christian way of life.||Church Management|
|CMTMIN502A||Communicates theological in a clear form||Practical Theology|
|CHCCOM003||Develop workplace communication strategies||Church Administrative Work|
|CHCCCS016||Respond to client needs||Interpersonal Communication|
|BSBMGT605||Provide leadership across the organisation||Servant ship and Leadership|
|BSBLED806||Plan and implement a coaching strategy||Dealing with Conflict|