Certificate IV in Ministry

Code:
22125VIC
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Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
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Units in this course
Fee range
$3,480 - $3,480 (full fee)
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About pre-apprenticeship courses

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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
Unit type
BSBOHS201A
Participate in OHS processes
Elective
CHCCD404D
Develop and implement community programs
Elective
CHCCS521A
Assess and respond to individuals at risk of suicide
Elective
CHCCSL501A
Work within a structured counselling framework
Elective
CHCGROUP403D
Plan and conduct group activities
Elective
VU20352
Apply the Christian bible in a Christian ministry context
Elective
VU20353
Create a ministry resource using the Old Testament
Elective
VU20354
Create a ministry resource using the New Testament
Elective
VU20355
Communicate foundational theological concepts of Christianity
Elective
VU20356
Evaluate youth ministry
Elective
VU20357
Evaluate aspects of children's ministry
Elective
VU20360
Develop Christian worship practices
Elective
VU20361
Contribute to creative arts in a Christian ministry setting
Elective
VU20362
Investigate the role of creative arts in a Christian ministry setting
Elective
VU20363
Evaluate aspects of local Church ministry
Elective
VU20364
Apply Church history findings to a ministry setting
Elective
VU20365
Apply denominational Church history findings to a ministry setting
Elective
VU20366
Prepare and evaluate a ministry event or service
Elective
VU20367
Apply the theology of the person and work of the Holy Spirit to a ministry setting
Elective
VU20368
Investigate the Life of Christ and apply findings to a ministry setting
Elective
VU20369
Evaluate aspects of television and media ministry
Elective
VU20370
Apply the theology of the person and work of Christ to a ministry setting
Elective
VU20371
Engage as a volunteer in a ministry setting
Elective
VU20373
Demonstrate Christian disciplines and spirituality
Elective
VU20374
Communicate in a Christian ministry setting
Elective
VU20394
Manage personal priorities and resources
Elective
VU20395
Work with others in a Christian ministry team
Elective
VU20397
Communicate the Christian faith to young people
Elective
VU20398
Provide pastoral care and support
Elective
VU20400
Communicate the Christian faith
Elective
VU20403
Develop and apply biblical approaches to counselling
Elective
VU20413
Analyse ethical issues in Christian context
Elective
VU20415
Communicate the Christian faith through creative arts ministry
Elective
VU20416
Work effectively with groups within a congregation
Elective
VU20418
Develop team leadership skills in a Christian ministry context
Elective
VU20419
Develop an approach to intercultural ministry
Elective
VU20420
Investigate major non-Christian beliefs and practices
Elective
VU20423
Develop a personal Christian counselling approach
Elective
VU20424
Communicate the Christian faith to Children
Elective
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