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…of Educational Leadership Counselling Timetable S2 2020 (Graduate Certificate in Counselling bridging to MSW) FRA-RES-01 Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Framework HAN-RES-02 Handbook for Students Higher Degree by Research Counselling Timetable S1 2021 Early Childhood Timetable s2-2 2020 MBA Timetable S2.2 2020 Social Work Brochure 2021 Counselling Calendar 2021 Screen Production Calendar 2021 September Intake Calendar 2021 Drama and Music Calendar 2021 MTeach Calendar 2021 Bachelor of Early Childhood calendar 2021 Business Calendar Handbook for Supervisors of Higher Degree by Research Candidates Manual Handling Procedure for Lifting Business Brochure User Guide – O365 – Register or Update Verification Details for…

Staff Research

…370-391. Bickerton, G., Miner, M., Dowson, M., & Griffin, B. (2014).  Spiritual resources in the job demands-resources model. Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, pp.1-24 DOI: 10.1080/14766086.2014.886517 Miner, M., Dowson, M., & Malone, K. (2013). Spiritual satisfaction of basic psychological needs and psychological health. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 41, 298-314. Bonab, B.G., Miner, M., & Proctor, M.T. (2013). Attachment to God in Islamic spirituality. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 7 (2), 77-104. Miner, M., Dowson, M., Ghobary, B. & Proctor,M.T. (2012).  Spiritual attachment in Islam and Christianity. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, pp. 1-15 DOI: 10.1080/13674676.2012.749452 Miner, M. &…

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… The instructor displayed familiarity with the course material. 12.    The instructor was well-prepared for each session. 13.    The instructor made good use of examples and illustrations. 14.     I was encouraged to think for myself. 15.    The instructor was interested in the students and their progress. 16.    The instructor was available for individual discussion. 17.    The amount of material covered was appropriate. Assessment 18.    The feedback given in written and practical work was helpful. 19.    The topics and assignments were at an appropriate level of difficulty. 20.    I feel that my assessments to date reflect the level of my effort….

16/09/2019 Titled Christian Education, Reason and Relevance, the conference of the Australian Christian Higher Education Alliance was held in Brisbane, Australia on 1st-2nd August, 2019. Keynote speakers were Professor Beth Green, Dan Paterson, and Dr Shirley Hoogstra. Beth Green is Visiting Professor for Research Integration and Educational Formation at Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto, a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a Senior Fellow at the faith-based think tank Cardus. Dan Paterson is a speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries based in Brisbane, Australia and Shirley Hoogstra is the seventh president of the Council for…

Master of Counselling

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Course WCO53 Master of Counselling
CRICOS 056057J
Length 2 years full-time or up to 4 years part-time
Cost $38,874
ATAR N/A
Faculty School of Counselling
FEE-HELP Yes
Description

The Master of Counselling provides advanced training in counselling theory and practice, with an introduction to a range of counselling specialisations. The postgraduate degree integrates mental health and wellness/strength-based models within a Christian worldview*, encouraging and equipping counsellors to work with the whole person.The course aims to:

  • Produce self-reflexive counsellors who can (i) develop and maintain respectful, caring and collaborative therapeutic relationships and (ii) effectively function both independently and within multi-disciplinary settings;
  • Prepare counsellors to work in a variety of settings with clients of diverse ages, backgrounds and life issues;
  • Highlight the importance of lifelong learning that is informed by counselling-focused research, set within ongoing professional development.

 

During the program students complete 14 units of study and gain professional industry experience (200 hours of face-to-face counselling in various agency settings) This practical experience is supported by group and individual clinical supervision (54 hours) and ongoing personal development (minimum of 25 hours), the cost of which is included in the course fee. This combination meets the highest training standards as specified by PACFA 2014 Training Standards.

  • Face to face (on-campus) delivery in Macquarie Park, NSW
  • Delivery Mode: Friday/Saturday Intensives
  • Credit Points: 96 / Number of Units: 14
  • Student Workload: 10 hours per unit per week (includes provision for personal study)
  • Austudy approved
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…for students based in Sydney. Beginning in January 2020, ASC will begin an exclusive focus on international business and non-profit management, utilizing the modern facilities, diverse community, and professional development opportunities that Excelsia has to offer in on the of the world’s most popular learning and tourist destinations. With campuses across the globe, including more than 150 in the U.S. and Canada and more than 30 from an additional 18 countries, CCCU institutions are accredited, comprehensive colleges and universities whose missions are Christ-centered and rooted in the historic Christian faith. The CCCU’s mission is to advance the cause of Christ-centered…

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…– Students with Disabilities Assessment Policy Assessment Procedure Assessment Standards Articulated across AQF Qualification Levels Assignment Title Page Online Submission Benchmarking Policy Bullying Policy and Procedure Cash Advance and Petty Cash Policy and Procedure Channels of Communication Compliance Policy Conference Support Policy and Procedures Conflict of Interest Policy Constitution Corporate Credit Card Policy and Procedure Counselling Practicum Policy Course Advisory Committee Terms of Reference Course Closure Policy and Procedure Course Development Committee Terms of Reference Course Evaluation Matrix Course Management and Coordination System Course Review Policy and Procedure Course Structures Policy Course Unit Regulations Credit Matrix Credit and RPL Policy…

Harmony and Analysis I

Unit MUBP151  Harmony and Analysis I Credit Points 3 EFTSL 0.0625 Pre-requisites None Co-requisites None Unit Description In Harmony and Analysis I students learn to notate music correctly and neatly by hand.  They also consolidate basic music concepts, including pitch and intervals, rhythm and meter, tonic, scale and melody, triads and seventh chords, musical texture and chordal spacing, part-writing in four-voice texture, and melodic figuration and dissonance. Unit Content • Music notation • Pitch and intervals • Rhythm and meter • Tonic, scale and melody • Triads and seventh chords • Musical texture and chordal spacing • Part-writing and four-voice…

Integrative Studies

Excelsia College aims to provide excellence in higher education within a distinctive Christian framework. Every university and college works out of a particular worldview which integrates knowledge with action, and information with personal formation. Accordingly, all undergraduates at Excelsia study a suite of subjects called Integrative Studies, in which students are encouraged to assess critically their own worldview, and to engage thoughtfully with the Christian worldview that undergirds all teaching and learning at Excelsia.

The Integrative Studies curriculum addresses a range of topic areas:

Worldview seeks to clarify the way we conceptualise God, the world, the human person, and morality. It provides the student with intellectual and practical tools to assess critically whether a worldview is both intellectually coherent and practically useful, within our various social and political contexts.

Ethics draws upon the Western intellectual tradition, and the particular contributions of Christian thinkers, to help develop a workable framework for making moral decisions.

Biblical Studies enables students to read the central texts of Christianity, both Old and New Testament, in a way that is historically grounded and contextually aware. As a seminal text in the development of Western Culture, this course explores the relevance of the Christian Scriptures for both the believer and non-believer.

Vocation studies the way the Christian intellectual tradition speaks to the notion of "calling" in regards to the work we perform in this world. It encourages students to see their work as meaningful praxis, in which they are able to make a real and significant contribution to the world.

Considered together, Integrative Studies aims to develop the intellectual, moral, and spiritual capacities of the student. It does this by:

  • Promoting critical thinking, and the articulation of arguments grounded in research and reflection.
  • Introducing some of the key philosophical topics (epistemology, ethics, theology, aesthetics) and their practical impact on our lives.
  • Exploring the relationship between Christian faith and the particular work we do.
  • Exploring the Bible both as a religious text, and as a seminal influence on Western culture

Research Areas and Topics

…research interest include: Religion, Spirituality and Human Well-Being Attachment to God Spiritual and Psychospiritual Maturity Psychological Needs and Mental Health Well-Being Across the Life-Span Practical and Pastoral Theology Faith-Life Integration Christianity, Culture, and Vocation Contextual, Applied and Analytic Theology Theology and the Arts Artist Resilience Leadership and Applied Ethics Organisational Leadership Burnout, Work Engagement and Leadership Sustainability Ethical Decision Making Performance, Creativity and Innovation Evaluation in the Creative Arts Creativity and Cognition Andragogical Approaches to Performance Studies in Higher Education Christian Teaching and Teacher Education Christian Schooling Christian Philosophy of Education Curriculum and Teaching Methods Teacher Preparation and Teacher Mentoring…