Theologos

Body, Mind, & Spirit

 

Details and Terms & Conditions


1. Layout of 7 modules
2. Date of Registration
3. Correspondent students
4. Satellite Campuses

5. Audio Students

6. Requirements
7. Date of Commencement
8. Duration of Course

9. Costs

10. Method of Payment of tuition Fee

11. Discontinuation of Studies

12. Further Studies

13. Application for Subsidy

14. Extended Study

15. After Completion of Certificate Studies

16. Concerning Accreditation





1. LAYOUT OF THE 7 MODULES (7 steps)
1.1 Spirit Dynamic Life in Jesus Christ
 Your position in Christ
 Regeneration – to be born again
 Becoming a New Creation
 A Citizen of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth
 To be filled with the Holy Spirit and to sit with Him in a
Heavenly place of ‘all authority’
 Spiritual Identity Reformation
 Christ’s Identity Formation
 Positional Righteousness
 New Creation Formation
 Born into the Kingdom of God
1.2 Character Restoration
 Emotional Healing and Restoration
 Soul Therapy
 Emotional Health and Wholeness
 Renewal of the Mind
 Psychological Wholeness
 Emotional Metamorphosis
 God’s Image Transformation
 Healing Broken Hearts
 Character Reconstruction
 Holy Spirit Controlled Temperament
 Developing the Fruit of the Holy Spirit
 Godly Self-image
1.3 Dominion & Freedom
 Spiritual Warfare
 To rule like God
 Deliverance & Total Freedom from all evil
 Freedom from Strongholds & Principalities
 Kingdom Warfare & Dominion
 Breaking & Revealing Family curses to generational
blessing
 Ruling with Christ over all evil
 Ruling over the enemy
 3rd Day Warfare
 Delivered & Freedom from evil
1.4 Health & Healing

 Physical Healing
 Health & Wholeness
 Maximum Health
1.5 Marriage & Family Dynamics
 Marriage Enrichment
 Marriage & Relationship Excitement
 Marriage Overflow
 Perfect Union
 Relational Restoration
 Healthy Relationships
 Love Life Transformed
 Maximum Marriage & Family
 Building a Kingdom Marriage
1.6 Practical Ministry
 Counselling Techniques
 Ministry Principles
 Philosophy of Ministry
 Ministry Techniques
1.7 Vision & Leadership
 Purpose Driven Leadership
 Vision to Lead
 Purpose Driven (Kingdom) Life
 Finding God’s Dream
 Restoring God’s Original Intend
 Back to Eden
 Living your Calling
 Mobilised in Ministry
 Discovering & Mobilised in Creation Purpose
 Destiny Restored
 Vision Driven Leadership

 

2. DATE OF REGISTRATIONSatellite Campus students need to confirm with their leader the dates of their classes.Correspondent students can register at any time of the year.

 

3. CORRESPONDENT STUDENTS


Correspondent students are students who, due to distance and circumstances, are unable to attend a Satellite-Campus. Students listen to the class presentations on CD/DVD or MP3. Students are encouraged to attend the seminars, bearing in mind that ministering takes place at the seminars. Correspondent students may start their studies at any time during the year. The Certificate Course must be completed within 12 months, except if alternative arrangements have been made with Theologos in writing in a considerate amount of time.


4. SATELLITE-CAMPUSES (Previously known as Video Schools)

A Satellite-Campus consists of at least 5 full paying students and a group leader, meeting once a week (30 x two hour sessions) to follow the training on DVD. Satellite-Campuses may start at any time during the year. Students in Gauteng MUST attend all six seminars. If this is not possible students must buy the CD/DVD material from Theoasis Bookshop and evaluate each session in writing. The course must be completed within 12 months.

5. AUDIO STUDENTS

Audio students attend all the Satellite-Campus sessions and seminars, but write no tests and the reading of books are not compulsory. After completion of the course, these students will only receive an acknowledgement of attendance (Modules & Seminars). Only applicable to Satellite-Campus students.

6. REQUIREMENTS

6.1 Module sessions

Students must either view or listen to all the module sessions. Correspondent students must evaluate EACH SESSION in writing. Satellite-Campus students who have missed a session must also evaluate each session missed in writting, forms provided by Theologos.

6.2 Weekend Seminars

During the course of the year there are six weekend seminars (some Friday evenings and Saturday full day) that Satellite Campus students must attend. Should Satellite-Campus students in the East Rand / Strand or nearby areas not be able to attend a seminar they have to purchase the Seminar material from Theoasis Bookshop and evaluate each CD/DVD in writing. Correspondent students must listen to all the Seminars on CD and evaluate it in writing. Evaluation forms are provided by Theologos.

6.3 Tests

Test are written, by the students, on all the prescribed books, a 500 word book evaluation is also compulsory from each

student for each prescribed book. Students also write a test on the module and its accompanying weekend seminar. The

required mark to pass each test and each assignment is 75%.

7. DATE OF COMMENCEMENT AND VENUES (SATELLITE CAMPUSES)

Classes are recommended to start during the week of 11 February 2017.

(Satellite-Campuses arrange a day & place that will suit all students.)


8. DURATION OF THE COURSE

12 Months

9. COSTS

 Please refer to the website for updated prices

POSTAGE:

Please keep in mind that post takes ±14 days for arrival and that the costs indicated does not include postage!!

Satellite-Campuses:

- All overnight mail must be paid by the Satellite-Campus.
- All regular postage will be paid by Theologos.

Correspondent Students:

- All postage, which includes parcels and overnight mail, must be paid by the student. The total cost of the postage will be added onto your account. Students that pay the full amount at once, must pay the Postage Fee as well before the study material can be posted. Please phone the Theologos offices for prices.

- Students outside SA will pay extra postage.


9.3 Manuals

- Satellite-Campus and Correspondent students receive all 14 manuals (Modules and Seminars)

 Correspondent Students receive there Manuals on CD, as a PDF file, which is included in the costs.

 Printed Manuals can be purchased at R60.00 per Manual.

- When a student attends the Seminar, the Seminar Manual must either be printed out before hand and brought with or

purchased at the Seminar for R60.00

- Audio Students do not receive the Manuals on CD, and therefore must purchase each Manual for R60.00.

9.4 Installment Payments – Correspondent Students

Please note that correspondent students who choose to pay their studies off monthly, will receive a module after every payment. If studies want to be completed quicker, payments have to increase.

9.5 Prescribed Books

The list of prescribed books and their prices can be viewed on the page marked: “BOOK LIST.” These books are available at any of your leading Christian Book Stores or Online. For more information or enquiries on the Prescribed Books, an e-mail can be sent to books@theologos.co.za.

9.6 Weekend Seminars

- Attendance of all the seminars are Compulsory for Satellite-Campus Students (including Audio Students) in Gauteng.

- See “Seminar Dates” for Costs.

- Seminar Manuals are R60.00 for Visitors, Audio Students and Full-Time Students who can’t print out their Manuals.

- Fees for weekend seminars do not include meals.

10. METHOD OF PAYMENT OF TUITION FEES

Students may use one of the following methods to pay tuition fees:

Full payment with registration (10% discount)
Monthly cash or electronic transfer by Internet
Audio students: Per Session and per Manual


11. DISCONTINUATION OF STUDIES

- Students who discontinue their studies within one month after registration will forfeit their deposit.
- Students who discontinue their studies during the second month after registration will be held responsible for 50% of the tuition fees.
- Students who discontinue their studies two months after registration will be held responsible for the full tuition fees.

12. FURTHER STUDIES

After the completion of this course, students will receive a Certificate in Christian Ministry. This certificate is compulsory to be able to continue with your further studies with Theologos in either ministry or counselling. After completion of a certain amount of further study subjects, the student will receive a Diploma. After the student completed the Diploma, he/she could continue their studies towards a Higher Diploma and Degree. Certificate students and visitors are welcome to attend any further study seminars. Recognition will only be given after
the Certificate course and accompanied homework for the seminars have been completed. If you are interested, please feel free to contact our offices for more details.

13. APPLICATION FOR SUBSIDY

An application for subsidy from your church or other sponsor is available from our offices.


14. EXTENDED STUDY

Students, who are unable to complete the course in the prescribed period of time, may apply for extensions. If a student does not complete the studies and wants to continue after two years, the student needs to register again and start over.
If a student did not hand in any homework during the 12 months, the student must re-register. The re-registration fee is R250.00 and this fee will lengthen the student’s study period.

15. AFTER COMPLETION OF THE CERTIFICATE COURSE

- A student can be a facilitator for a Satellite-Campus, which will give the student exposure and great opportunities for counselling.

- A student can become part of the Oasis Christian Counselling Network.
- A Student can do counselling from their home, at their Church or Work with consent and covering from their Pastoral Leader.

NB! By Law a Lay Christian Counsellor is not permitted to start his/her own Counselling Practice and ask fixed fees but is allowed to ask a donation to cover any running cost.

16. CONCERNING ACCREDITATIONWe believe in the separation of Church and State therefore we don’t seek recognition from secular accreditation authorities. There is secular education and there is religious education. Secular schools seek secular accreditation, and bible schools receive biblical accreditation—each by their own peers. Religious institutions need no secular accreditation because they offer no secular degrees. Secular accreditation associations in turn are recognized by governmental agencies. Religious accrediting associations are recognized by the Church of our Lord Jesus Christ, which has no supreme central office on earth. Our authority is derived directly from Heaven. Civil and religious interests are different and have separate realms of jurisdiction. The State is not superior to the Church. The Church need not wait for approval from the secular world. Civil agencies should not be dictating standards of Christian education, any more than a police officer should be directing the worship of God. Theological Seminaries should not be accredited by accrediting associations that are "recognized" by an agency of the government, because it is contrary to the Biblical principle of "Separation of Church and State," indicated by Christ when He said, "...Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's..." (Mark 12:17). What business does a Christian educator have going to the world of unbelievers for recognition and acknowledgement when II Cor. 6:14 clearly tells us, "Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness?"A Christian educational institution securing accreditation from an association which is attached to a governmental agency is a Scripturally condemned and unholy union as James 4:4 says, "Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?" Theologos School of Ministry, in accordance with the inspired teaching of the Bible, has chosen not to seek endorsement from government agencies.Theologos School of Ministry is an accredited Bible College under the Worldwide Accrediting Commission. This accreditation gives assurance that Theologos School of Ministry offers programs meeting national and international standards of excellence.Theologos School of Ministry is not accredited with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Although some local South African universities and other learning institutions may accept our courses, there is no guarantee that this will always be the case. Theologos School of Ministry therefore cannot be held responsible if a graduate is refused for further study by local institutions.