Course Info

Term Start Date: 17 April 2018, 16 July 2018, 8 October 2018

ICCollege runs two nationally accredited programs: Certificate IV in Multicultural Ministry and Diploma in Multicultural Ministry.

The Certificate course is to equip students to serve in a supporting role within a local church. The Diploma course is to prepare students to plan, coordinate and deliver an effective ministry program within the local church.

In the church sector, there is a high incidence of voluntary, casual and part-time work in addition to full-time employment. It is possible for ministers to maintain a full or part-time secular position while carrying out ministry outside office hours. As such, the vocational aim of this course is taken in its original context of calling.

ICCollege adopts a wide variety of teaching strategies to cater for individual learning styles, interests and needs. Modes of delivery include training sessions, in-house workshops, public workshops, seminars, luncheons, self-directed learning, briefings and hands-on training.

Assessment methods to ascertain competencies include assignments, interview, role play, class presentation, case study, project, written test, log book, and practical application of skills.

Certificate IV in Multicultural Ministry 10463NAT (CRICOS 084053C) (1 year)

This course is designed to equip students for effective life and ministry.

Diploma in Multicultural Ministry 10464NAT (CRICOS 084054B) (1 year)

This course will provide the skills for effective leadership in ministry.

In order to successfully complete the requirements for this course, a student would need to have successfully completed the Certificate IV in Multicultural Ministry 30798QLD. This award is issued upon satisfactory completion of all units of competency.

Evening Classes & Part-Time Studies

There are subjects scheduled on weekday nights to cater to the needs of full-time working professionals. A variety of part-time options are available as classes are conducted in the mornings and evenings. Students who have completed their part-time studies may subsequently register for exemption of our full-time courses. Please contact the Administrator for more details.

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