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  • TRAINING FOR DISCIPLESHIP At CrossConnect we want to train in more than just theological knowledge.

    We want to help develop disciples who can make disciples, as we share everyday life together during this residential, nine month Certificate IV course.

    You will learn more about God and His word, but you will also find opportunities to grow as a disciple as we seek to make disciples together.

  • CONTACT US

     Phone: Australia: (03) 6452 1061 International: +613 6452 1061

    ABN: 60 236 028 435

     Phone: 1300 150 248  Website: ccs.edu.au

     Street Address: 29 George Street Burwood, NSW 2134 Australia

     Website: crossconnect.glo.org.au  Email: crossconnect@glo-aus.org  Facebook: facebook.com/crossconnect

     Street Address: 20 King Street, Smithton, Tasmania, Australia

     Postal Address: PO Box 179 Smithon, Tasmania, 7330, Australia

    PARTNERSHIP STATEMENT

    Currently the CrossConnect course 10742NAT Cert IV in Christian Ministry & Theology is delivered at GLO Australia's, GLO College of Ministries in Smithton Tasmania & operates as Third Party Provider (TPP) for the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Australian College of Christian Studies (ACCS). This partnership has been developed & agreed upon by both parties in the Memorandum of Agreement & adheres to the Nationally Recognised Training standards.

    ABN: 67 003 539 366

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  • Contact Us .............................................................. 4

    CrossConnect ........................................................ 7

    The CrossConnect course ................................................ 7

    A Note from the Principal ..............................................11

    Discipleship .....................................................................13

    About Smithton ...............................................................14

    Accommodation .............................................................15

    Timetable .........................................................................18

    Australian Student Partnership Program .......... 20

    How to Apply ....................................................... 22

    Key Policies .......................................................... 24

    Information for International Students ............ 26

    About GLO College of Ministries ...................... 28

    About GLO Ministries ......................................... 29

    Doctrinal Statement ............................................ 31

    Preliminary & Second-Year Options ................. 34

    CrossTrain (Missions Training) ...............................................35

    CrossTalk (English Training - ESL) .........................................36

    CrossWork (Ministry Training) ...............................................37

    CONTENTS

    All content copyright, CrossConnect, GLO College of Ministries, 2019

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  • 10742NAT CERTIFICATE IV IN CHRISTIAN MINISTRY & THEOLOGY What is the CrossConnect course? The CrossConnect course has been designed primarily to develop Christians into effective disciple makers, to foster discipleship pathways, to develop Biblical knowledge, and to build a range of practical ministry for participation in ministries such as Bible teaching, evangelism, world mission, children’s ministry and youth ministry as well as adult programs in local church or para-church ministries.

    Course: 10742NAT Cert IV in Christian Ministry & Theology

    Location: 20 King St. Smithton, Tasmania

    Duration: 38 weeks (Including orientation, holidays & Graduation)

    Dates: February 10 – November 1, 2020.

    Breaks: Easter (April 19–28) Mid-semester (July 6–21)

    Deposit: AU$100 Fees: AU$8,900 * Includes: Tuition: AU$4,500 Accommodation & meals**: AU$4,400 Excludes: Short Term Mission Trip. AU$1,500 - $2,500. ***

    The Application fee is a non-refundable item, the refund of other fees are set according to the GLO College of Ministries Refund Policy, which is available at crossconnect.glo.org.au/policies * $1000 payment is due before course commencement. Fees do not include personal spending & travel, stationery, weekend food or other personal requirements. * If required GLO College of Ministries can offer a course fee payment plan to successful applicants. OR you maybe interested in the CrossConnect Australian Student Partnership Program on page 20. ** Meals: GLO College of Ministries provides one main meal per day, Monday to Friday. Students will need to provide all other meals on these days, and all meals on weekends. *** Short Term Mission costs are subject to change depending on destination and travel costs. These costs will be announced in the first semester each year.

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  • Course Content The 10742NAT Certificate IV in Christian Ministry & Theology course contains six units relating to Biblical knowledge and theology and three units relating to practical application, group programs, communication and ministry preparation.

    Unit Unit Description

    CMTTHE401 Discusses the nature of the Bible & present day Christian life & practice

    CMTTHE402 Interprets theological data

    CMTTHE403 Investigates information within a theological theme or issue

    CMTTHE404 Gains new personal revelation

    CMTMIN401 Explores ideas about God in relation to the way we live as Christians

    CMTMIN402 Communicates theological information

    BSBCMM401 Make a presentation

    SISXCAI006 Facilitate groups

    BSBMGT401 Show leadership in the workplace

    Sample subjects studied within these units are; Biblical Knowledge (KNOW)

    New Testament Survey Romans The Book of Acts Old Testament Survey Christian Ethics Apologetics Systematic Theology The Life of The Church Discipleship Pathways

    Ministry Practices (DO)

    Bible Study Methods Children’s Ministry Youth Ministry Homiletics Evangelism World Mission Communication in Ministry Working in Teams

    Personal Character (BE)

    Hebrews John's Gospel Leadership in Ministry Spiritual Disciplines Relationships

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  • Course Requirements: Applicants must:

    • Profess a personal Christian faith

    • Be at least 18 years of age

    • Possess basic computer skills

    • Have an active email address

    • International applicants must hold a Student Visa that is valid for the

    duration of the course

    • Hold a current Passport (which is valid for 1 year)

    English Language All international students must attend the course under a Student Visa, and are

    required to have obtained a General IELTS score of 5.5. This is essential as all

    training materials, lectures and modes of assessment are in English.

    Pathways Graduates may choose to undertake second year options that focus on missions

    in our nonaccredited course, CrossTrain in Sydney, or they may choose to develop

    their local church based ministry skills and theology in our CrossWork course. See

    page 34 for more details on preliminary and second year options. Graduates may

    also choose to complete further studies in theology or ministry at a Diploma or

    Bachelor level with Australian College of Christian Studies.

    Support We offer a range of support services to ensure learners are safe and environments

    are conducive to learning. Where specific learning resources are required, the

    college will endeavour to provide access to support services to ensure learners are

    not disadvantaged in their learning. The Training Coordinator and support team

    monitor the students' progress and provide support as appropriate, and where

    needed, refer the student on to other qualified people.

    Any student showing signs of learning difficulties is to be approached by the

    trainer and offered support. Support may take the form of advice, or other qualified

    person, depending on the nature of the problem. The Training Coordinator and

    support team endeavour to help the participant to get started, and assist them with

    advice and support while working through the course, including;

    • Advice about courses which might be right for the participant

    • Help with the application procedure

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  • Students requiring technical support or language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) support are identified upon application, this support will then be provided by the college as needed. Where only a low level of support is needed, we may arrange for the student to receive extra-curricula assistance from the trainer or another Ministry Team member. Where an applicant’s LLN deficiency will clearly inhibit achievement of learning outcomes and the applicant refuses LLN support, enrolment may be declined.