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The course will equip you to build relationships, and provide support services and counselling for people with alcohol and drug issues. You could provide a range of services and interventions to clients with alcohol and other drugs issues and/or implement health promotion and community interventions delivering better outcomes for your clients. HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, is one of the core units in the course for which you are required to have a valid First Aid Certificate from an external provider. This unit will not be delivered as part of the program.
The course will teach you to provide help to a person who is developing a mental health problem, or who is in a mental health crisis. Mental first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis resolves.
The Master of Arts with specialisation in Christian Leadership is designed to take you to the next level and plunge you into rich thinking about leadership in the 21st Century. The program is both biblical and practical. It will equip you for leading congregations into mission, leadership in the community and for organizational leadership roles in a wide variety of ministry settings. Classes will be online and through one-week intensives held in Sydney. Acclaimed and experienced faculty from across Australia and around the world will deliver the program.
The Master of Theology is a coursework program designed for those who hold at least a Bachelor of Theology (or equivalent) and who wish to pursue theological studies in greater depth and with greater rigour. It includes either a specialisation of six units in one discipline or subdiscipline, or in-depth studies of three units in two or more disciplines or subdisciplines, along with the opportunity for a focused research project. The areas of specialisation offered by Booth College are Biblical Studies, Pastoral Theology, Christian Life and Ministry, and Theology. Graduates will have advanced knowledge and skills in relation to theology and its related disciplines, enabling them to undertake research and/or to engage in professional practice, and/or to continue life-long learning.
The Bachelor of Ministry lays the foundation and provides a theological framework to equip you for your life's work in the christian church, mission field and ministry. It provides a broad and coherent study of Christian Life and Ministry and related studies in Biblical Studies and Theology through a structure of majors and sub-majors. This degree prepares you for professional and lay Christian ministry and for further learning beyond the degree.
The course will sharpen your leadership and management skills equipping you to lead with confidence as a professional manager who inspires, motivates and empowers the team. The management skills and practical techniques you will learn during this diploma will help you lead and support your colleagues, solve problems, and manage projects in any industry. This course will particularly assist you to gain expertise in various management tasks including managing people performance, leading and managing teams, and workplace relationships.
The Diploma is an ideal starting point for studying the Bible, theology and mission, and being equipped with knowledge and skills to apply a Christian perspective to your personal, professional and vocational life. With a broad range of entry-level units, the Diploma will equip you with a solid scriptural foundation to grow your Christian faith and develop your ministry skills. The Diploma of Christian Studies is an undergraduate award based wholly on the Bachelor of Theology units. It is designed to introduce you to Christian studies within higher education. Graduates will have acquired basic knowledge, skills, and values of Christian relevance to their professional, family, church, social, and personal lives.
This course is designed to equip you with the essential knowledge and skills in relation to community services operations, requirements, interventions and client issues. You will learn to design and deliver person-centred services to individuals and/or groups. As a community services worker, you may provide support, advocacy or interventions to individual clients, groups or communities across a range of services and in many settings.
The course explores biblical teachings on how the Kingdom of God can be manifest in the world. It introduces concepts of Mission, explores various missional perspectives, and introduces key skills and tools that can be used to engage with local communities. The course explores the difference between social justice and social action, placing a particular emphasis on Jesus' modelling of compassion and social reformation. While looking at historical considerations of justice, the course focuses on principles of justice that can be utilised today, and explores elements such as advocacy, political lobbying, the use of media and social media in awareness raising and methods of internal church mobilization.
Engaging with people from different cultural backgrounds is challenging. This unit explores the issues that arise when Christians attempt to communicate across cultural boundaries. This course unit introduces students to missiology as an academic discipline, providing an overview of key biblical, cultural, historical, and strategic aspects of mission. It furnishes students with data to understand and evaluate various expressions of Christian mission, and alerts them to the challenges of communicating the gospel message and enlisting the sending churches in this task.