Certificate IV in Christian Ministry and Theology – 10742NAT
The Cert IV course is the entry level program for people looking to exercise leadership in Christian ministry in either a voluntary or paid capacity. It is an ideal program for anyone who is looking to ground themselves in a solid understanding of Scripture and grow and develop in the ministry stream in which they are gifted. It is also a good testing ground for people who may be considering vocational ministry down the track.
From time to time some modules may be offered in an intensive or face to face format, but all are available via distance. Recognition of prior learning is also available in part or full and will be assessed on prior training and experience. People are welcome to enrol in individual modules without completing the full qualification if there are specific areas of interest to them.
The full qualification will take between 410 and 590 hours of structured/supervised study plus additional unsupervised hours to complete (depending on the stream and electives chosen). Of these hours, 300 hours are in core units of study, with the remainder being in elective units.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification. Learners will need a satisfactory grasp of English skills (reading, writing and speaking), which will be assessed at the time of applying for enrolment. Learners are also advised to have a mentor who can guide and support them in their study. This will usually be a ministry leader within the learner’s local church. Learners will also need to have basic word processing, email and web browsing skills and access to a reliable computer and internet connection
The subjects are designed to equip people to:
Your modules will be selected in consultation with your assigned trainer, who will talk through the course requirements and your areas of interest. In some instances this qualification may be embedded into a church based internship program.
Details of modules and fees can be found here: