Being able to pastorally care for those who are struggling is a vital skill for all people in Christian ministry. Lay people working in a variety of ministry fields need to know how to assist those in their care to make good choices. Men and women who are studying toward chaplaincy or pastoral ministry certainly need great pastoral care skills.
This subject, offered from the Broadmeadows training centre, will provide an excellent opportunity to study and develop hands-on pastoral care skills.
Contact the College office for information and to enrol- (03) 9357 3699 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The census date for enrolment is the 8th August 2016. The first class will commence on Friday 12th August and meet fortnightly on a Friday.
Study is available in class or via web conference from anywhere in Australia.
The subject is offered for credit into the Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology for $580.*
The study will also be an excellent opportunity for professional development at $60.
*10434NAT. Kingsley Community is a partner college of the Australian College of Ministries- RTO #90965.