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Certificates

This course is part of a balanced programme designed to help Christians equip themselves better for ministry. Qualifications are of no importance in themselves but they can be valuable in giving a goal for the student and guidance to churches who may want to know about a person’s suitability for particular tasks and ministries. Some churches have made use of the programme in training church members for recognised leadership roles within the congregation.

 

The GOLD Project will award three types of Certificate to students who have engaged with our courses. None of our Certificates are presently accredited by any external body.

 

The Bronze Certificate

The Bronze Certificate will be awarded to those who have successfully completed the equivalent of six month’s full-time study (60 credits).  To be eligible to receive the Certificate, students should have completed the assessment requirements for one of the following:

  • Three GOLD courses  consisting of 10 Blocks – each worth 20 Credits.

  • Six GOLD courses consisting of 5 Blocks of study – each worth 10 Credits.

  • A combination of i. and ii. amounting to 60 credits.

 

The Silver Certificate

The Silver Certificate will be awarded to those who have successfully completed the equivalent of one year’s full-time study (60 credits).  To be eligible to receive the Certificate, students should have completed the assessment requirements for one of the following:

  • Six GOLD courses consisting of 10 Blocks – each worth 20 Credits.

  • Twelve GOLD courses consisting of 5 Blocks of study – each worth 10 Credits.

  • A combination of i. and ii. amounting to 120 credits.  

 

The Gold Certificate

The Gold Certificate will be awarded to those who have successfully completed the equivalent of eighteen month’s full-time study (180 credits).  To be eligible to receive the Certificate, students should have completed the assessment requirements for one of the following:

  • Nine GOLD courses consisting of 10 Blocks – each worth 20 Credits.

  • Eighteen GOLD courses consisting of 5 Blocks of study – each worth 10 Credits.

  • A combination of i. and ii. amounting to 120 credits.

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