Catholic colleges in Queensland and the NT


10741NAT Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology is a religious education program designed for Year 11 and 12 students. It covers the four strands of religious education for senior secondary students as outlined by Brisbane Catholic Education in Brisbane Syllabus for Religious Education (Archdiocese of Brisbane, 1997). Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology is a nationally accredited course which meets Vocational Education and Training (VET) requirements. Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology is specifically written for Catholic schools or those schools who are interested in further exploring Catholic spirituality and beliefs, interpretation of scripture and ethics. Within this course, students learn theology through a variety of hands-on activities that are relevant to real life situations. The subject is available to all students irrespective of individual religious beliefs but does specifically focus on the Catholic tradition. Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology aims to:
  • enable students to study theology at an elementary level, developing their skills in theological and scriptural studies and in reading, writing, presenting and discussing theological issues;
  • expand students’ knowledge, understanding and appreciation of major themes of theology and scripture;
  • develop students’ spiritual awareness and sense of selfhood.
Successful completion of this qualification contributes eight points towards the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and may contribute towards an ATAR in Queensland,¬†These outcomes offer excellent value for many students and have consequently generated significant interest from schools.  
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