This course aims to provide students with a range of knowledge and skills to provide ministry leadership in the Church.
This course is also a prerequisite for ordained ministry in a number of dioceses across the Anglican Church of Australia.
This course is intended to provide participants with a range of knowledge and skills to perform the following functions within a Christian Ministry context:
3 years part-time
There are no entry requirements for this qualification. However, it is recommended that a learner holds the Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology 10434NAT or an acceptable equivalent qualification.
You must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, an Australian permanent resident, or hold a permanent humanitarian visa.
This course requires that you complete ALL of the following units of compentency.
An important component of the ADCMT is specific experience gained in working in parishes during the course. Intensives also allow opportunities for group involvement in Intentional Pastoral Practice, the sharing of resources, ideas and practice, the leading of worship and hands-on workshops covering practical issues such as discipling, mission, managing change, church governance, preaching, spiritual development, and dealing with stress.
This course is a requirement for the Ordained Ministry in a number of Anglican Dioceses for both a Deacon and a Priest. It is also evidence of relevant training and experience for all Anglican Dioceses. Please note, however, that the final decision about ordination rests with Diocesan Bishops and their advisors.
Students who complete the Advanced Diploma in Christian Ministry and Theology may be eligible for credit toward completion of the CSU Bachelor of Theology course.
Session 1: Begins the first week of February, ends last week of June
Session 2: Begins the week starting Monday 17 July, ends Friday 8 December
Bunbury: 23—25 June, 27—29 October
Canberra: 17—19 February, 21—23 July, 3—5 November
North Queensland: 16—18 June, 13—15 October
Session 1 application deadline: 15 February 2018
Session 1 late application deadline: 22 February 2018 (Late applications will incur a late fee.)
Session 2 application deadline: 15 July 2018
Session 2 late application deadline: 22 February 2018 (Late applications will incur a late fee.)
For applicants seeking Recognition of Prior Learning for 2018 intake, closing date for applications is 1 October 2017.