Diploma of Chaplaincy
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Stanmore House||No||Flexible Delivery||
No minimum education
This course aims to provide students with an understanding and experience of the chaplain's role to assist clients in identifying and utilising spiritual, religious and moral strengths and resources meaningful and appropriate for them. The course provides training in targeted, client-focussed communication and effective interaction. Training will also cover how to provide assistance and support in situations of crisis, grief, loss and other similar life experiences, intervention, referral and advocacy.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Use targeted communication skills to build strong relationships; Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers; Provide chaplaincy services in response to spiritual and religious needs; Effectively discuss theological concepts in the context of client's needs and beliefs; Implement holistic personal and professional development; Provide support and care relating to loss and grief; Assess and respond to individuals at risk of suicide; plus more and electives.
About Booth CollegeCourses at Booth College are open to the public. It is owned by the Salvation Army and provides a range of courses from VET to Higher Education in a variety of areas including ministry, theology, leadership and management, counselling, pastoral care. Courses are available online or face to face at a number of sites and full or part time. The School for Christian Studies offers 4 undergraduate courses from Diploma to Bachelor level and 5 postgraduate courses from Graduate Certificate to Masters. Australian Government FEE-HELP is available for eligible higher education students.
Provider CRICOS: 02948J (Higher Education), 00985J (VET) RTO code: HE: SCD; 0328
DiplomaCourse code: 10032NAT
- Flexible Delivery
21 units: 10 core; 11 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Religious leaders are responsible for leading worship, and providing guidance and instruction to members of their faith, sect or tribe. They are also responsible for any associated administrative duties. The term 'religious leader' covers a range of titles and functions such as Aboriginal ceremonial celebrant, chaplain, imam, minister, missionary, monk, nun, pastor, priest, rabbi, religious brother/sister, religion teacher, religious counsellor and religious youth leader.