Salvation Army Youth Work Training
The Salvation Army currently offers three youth work training models: Foundations of Youth Work, Youth Work LAB Apprenticeship and Youth Work Distance Apprenticeship.
Booth College of Mission
The Salvation Army Booth College of Mission consists of the School for Officer Training, the School of Bible and Mission, the Centre for Leadership Development, Youth Mission Training and an on-site Early Childhood Education Centre.
Praxis is a network of Christian practitioners in youth and community work that exists to support people who contribute to the development of young people in their communities. This includes providing certificate and diploma courses in youth work that blend an academic and practical approach to learning.
If you are 18 to 29 and “in-between” majors, semesters, jobs or are just looking for a strong foundation for the rest of your life, Revolution Hawaii has opportunities designed to help you understand God more deeply, live more like Jesus and identify your unique purpose in reaching the world for Christ. 3-month or 12-month courses available.
Eva Burrows College
Eva Burrows College is the national learning centre of The Salvation Army in Australia and provides a wide range of flexible study options and learning resources including professional development, vocational training, officership, and higher education. They have campuses in Melbourne and Sydney and also offer online and blended learning options.
Laidlaw College is determined to train people of influence who will bring the clarity of grace and wisdom to the issues of the world. This is carried out through the following schools; Theology, Mission and Ministry, Education, Counselling, and their Graduate School.
Carey Baptist College
Carey is more than just a place to gain a quality theological education; it’s a place to be part of a fun and caring community. Carey is also great for people just wanting to learn more about the Bible and theology.They offer a wide variety of study options, so check them out if that sounds like a bit of you.
Pathways College of Bible & Mission
As a Bible college, Pathways are 100% committed to giving their students a deep theological base. They also offer an internship, which requires 50% of a student's time to be spent working practically in their fields of ministry. Pathways believes this action/knowledge dynamic is how people truly learn and develop.
Project Adventure NZ
Project Adventure NZ offers training workshops designed for leaders and facilitators interested in using dynamic, interactive methods of developing individuals and groups and who are looking to develop their facilitation skills.