This Diploma unit will encourage students to grow as leaders using their experiences as an intern (either at Camp Wilkin in Anglesea, or in an approved mission or ministry setting). Students will be required to: set goals in conjunction with their teacher, have regular meetings with a mentor, write a fortnightly journal and engage with weekly classes and peer group meetings. This unit will specifically focus on skills surrounding leadership and self-awareness.
Unit Code: DP0136W
Unit Level: Diploma
Unit Discipline: Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies
Delivery Mode: Face to Face
Proposing College: Whitley CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Set goals which are both manageable and realistic.
Outline the spiritual gifts as listed in the Scriptures and articulate their own sense of gifting and calling.
Describe their own strengths, skills, abilities and weaknesses and apply it to their current position.
Apply effective communication techniques in both the group and ministry context.
The unit will require theological and practical reflection on at least 96 hours of practice in an approved ministry or mission context, and attendance at twelve 2-hour classes.
Internship Journal (1000 words) NB: Assessment: Pass/ Fail only. To obtain a Pass, students must satisfactorily complete the following: 1. Establish a set of goals in the areas of personal development, spiritual formation and the practice of ministry. 2. Maintain a journal of reflections on the internship experience (1,000 words). 3. Present a case study to the peer group (1,000 words). 4. Write a paper on the experience of internship, in particular how this experience has affected their understanding of leadership. This essay may also focus on how the experience of internship has given a sense of clarity in terms of calling and ongoing Christian service (1,000 words).
Case Study (1000 words)
Reflective Paper (1000 words)
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 1 Nov, 2017
Unit Record last updated: 2019-06-07 13:39:12 +1000