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  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Churches of Christ in Australia
  • Lutheran Church of Australia
  • Uniting Aboriginal & Islander Christian Congress (Uniting Church in Australia)
  • Christian Community Churches Australia
  • Queensland Baptist Churches
  • Wesleyan Methodist Churches
  • Australian Christian Churches
  • Universal Education and Training (representing a range of churches and denominations)

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  • This course supports leaders and lay people assisting in parishes in the areas of ministry and pastoral care to have a deeper understanding of Christian Ministry and Theology. We regard the courses as a learning pathway for those who wish to pursue theology and ministry studies at University who may not have studied for a while.
  • These qualifications are used as the equipping program for Church of Christ members, providing a training pathway through to higher education for those aspiring to senior leadership and ministry roles.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of the Uniting Church in Australia who are training for lay ministries (e.g. Pastor, lay preacher, etc.) undertake either Cert III or Cert IV in Christian Ministry and Theology. Students studying for ordained ministry are required to complete Cert IV and Diploma in Christian Ministry and Theology. Some students training for ministry in other denominations (e.g. Anglican, Lutheran) are also accessing Cert IV and Diploma through Yalga-binbi.
  • This product is used for the training of people for lay and ordained ministry in the Anglican Church. Cert IV provides an introduction for lay Ministry. The Advanced Diploma is to equip and train ordained ministers.
  • We use the courses for a spectrum of outcomes: personal spiritual maturity (Cert III), equip team leaders for a variety of Christian ministry contexts (Cert IV), equip leaders for Christian ministry and people-helping vocations (Dip), and provide alternative pathway to higher education (Cert IV/Dip).
  • The primary purpose of delivering the CMT qualifications is to train missionary workers to work in our projects overseas and assist with the running of our Australian church.
  • The course provides an alternative for those not wanting to do tertiary studies in Theology.
  • Used to train and develop young people in leadership, youth and church ministry.
  • Our organisation has a residential discipleship course which has four main goals: for our students to develop their relationship with the Lord Jesus, to enhance their knowledge of the Bible, to develop skills in ministry and to capture a vision for World Mission.
  • We offer these qualifications to people from Christian congregations who wish to be qualified to be a church pastor or youth pastor; and for those who wish to increase their knowledge of the Bible and to learn various skills for Christian Ministry.
  • Foundational training for prospective church leaders, including for gap year students. Segway into degree course for those who need further tuition to increase their understanding of the rigors of academia.
  • It supports church-based internships and is a declared traineeship in various states/territories.
  • To assist new entrants in traineeships.