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1 Dynamic Church Life Ministry Course: Phase 1 Administration Mentoring through Advanced e-Learning Technology A Calvary Academics Curriculum NewNew

2 Calvary Academics © 201422 Course Elements The Tuition Centre facilitates training of students in a Local Bible School. TC obtaining materials, offering classes and evaluating quality of learning. Calvary Academics is the brand name of the course material, which is accepted by Calvary University. Calvary Life Tutors prints and distributes. Calvary University requires CQA standards and recognizes credits.

3 Calvary Academics © 20143 e-Learning technology The e-learning Website provides:  Internet links, MP3’s, PPT’s, resources in DropBox, on-line tests, a grade-book, and extra articles.  Learning material can also be viewed in colour.  Our technology is up-to-date and will be further enhanced. The technology element is brought in to improve the e-learning experience.

4 Calvary Academics © 20144 Implementation of e-Learning Appoint personal Tutors Provide access to The Internet Get to understand the CAP ( C alvary A cademic P latform) Order the optional UFDs Guide students through the extra elements of e-learning including access to DropBox

5 Calvary Academics © 20145 Plan for Church Life Three programmes over 3 years: 1.Certificate in Chr. Discipleship (80 cred) 2.Diploma in Leadership (160 credits) 3.Advanced Dip. in Ministry (240 credits) Part time: three lectures x ±39 weeks Start at any time of the year – do your own planning

6 Calvary Academics © 20146 Upon Registration Students must have Grade 10 (St. 8) or be over 22 years old Arrange for access to a computer: at home or at the Tuition Centre Appoint a qualified, mature, Christian Tutor who is IT literate.

7 Calvary Academics © 20147 Qualities of a Tutor A personal Tutor will facilitate learning: By providing individual help at a Tuition Centre Or at a considerable distance from a Centre Even by visiting or appointed inside a prison facility A Tutor has qualifications: At least a Diploma qualification Preferably has ministry experience Can evaluate practical work & assignments Is IT literate in computer basics and MSWord

8 Calvary Academics © 20148 Character of a Tutor 1.A person of solid character 2.To the student a pillar of strength 3.To the Tuition Centre trustworthy: Giving progress reports Evaluating the assignments Guiding and marking the practical work

9 Calvary Academics © 20149 Church Life Material Seven orders are expected: 1.Topical Ministry Courses x 3 2.Biblical and Ethical Foundations with next item x 4 3.Skills training: Communication, Study, Human Relations & IT

10 Calvary Academics © 201410 Material Prices: These prices are valid for the year 2014: 1.CHB1 (Afr – BCB1) R138 Workbook: WCHB1 R41 UFD R58 2.OT Survey Vol. 1 R64 Computer Basics: CMB R33 3.Values of Christ R93 How to Listen: LSN R44 4.CHB2 (Afr – BCB2) R140 Workbook: WCHB2 R39 5.Gospels & Acts R101 How to Learn: LRN R46 6.DGR1 (Afr – DRG1) R135 Workbook: WDGR1 R41 7.Survey o/t Letters R118 Use Spare Time: UST R42 (The colours used above indicate the colours of the book covers. The seven orders each have two books that are ordered together and, when available, a Flash Disk)

11 Calvary Academics © 201411 Initial Books Prices: A few books must be obtained at the beginning of the year. These prices are valid for the year 2014: 1.MSG – Student Study Guide R47 2.MPX1 – Ministry Praxis Vol. 1 R40 3.CVD1 – Calvary Disciple Vol. 1 R32 4.P1Ra – Bible Chapter Reader Phase 1 A R36 5.PG1a – Starter Books Companion Ph 1 A R30 A further reader must be obtained in the middle of the year. 1.P1Rb – Bible Chapter Reader Phase 1 B R38 (The colours used above indicate the colours of the book covers.)

12 Calvary Academics © 201412 Placing your Orders For best results: 1.Speak clearly and repeat if necessary 2.State your Tuition Centre number: e.g. 579 (TC number) 3.Know your product/module codes (less misunderstandings) 4.Be clear about in which language each book must be 5.Do not allow students to order or contact us directly 6.State whether you pick up, want us to post, or Speed mail 7.Certificates are posted by registered mail only (We have to pay in advance for postage and will therefore not Speed mail large parcels. Please arrange for a Courier instead, and for payment of their service.)

13 Calvary Academics © 201413 Handling the Topical Courses CHB1 : (order also a Workbook) Christian Basics Volume 1 23 Lectures, Assign / Test CHB2 : (order also a Workbook) Christian Basics Volume 2 21 Lectures, Assign / Test DGR1 : (order also a Workbook) Discipleship Growth Volume 1 23 Lectures, Assign / Test

14 Calvary Academics © 201414 Handling the reading-text Biblical and Ethical foundations: OT Survey Volume 1 7 lectures, assign / tests + CMB Values of Christ 10 lectures, assign / tests + LSN The Gospels & Acts 10 lectures, assign / tests + LRN Survey of the Letters 12 lectures, assign / tests + UST See separate document with page numbers indicating where lectures begin and end.

15 Calvary Academics © 201415 Handling the Skills Modules Three skills of 2 credits each:  How to Listen  How to Learn  Use Spare time Effectively Facilitate each skill in the following way: Introduce the topic, requiring home-reading Let students use tear-out cards Mark the use of the cards and True/False-tests

16 Calvary Academics © 201416 First IT Skill: Basics Computer Basics CMB 3 credits Introduce the topic Provide all the hardware discussed Arrange for continued access Get feedback to show competence Recognition of Prior Learning   For students who are IT literate: 1. 1.Grant RPL to obviously IT literate students 2. 2.Student receiving RPL must be competent 3. 3.When in doubt, use an oral test for RPL

17 Calvary Academics © 201417 Personal Ministry Credits Church Life also evaluates: 1.Faith & work in Church context 2.Ministry in community – serving outsiders (upliftment & evangelism) 3.Personal; people serving as Jesus would This way completing the 7 credits, code: MPX1

18 Calvary Academics © 201418 Implementing Church Life 1.Consult the Church Life Programme Prospectus 2.Inform students of the structure & advantages 3.Announce your tuition fees for the year: e.g. R2,500 4.Set up a Church Life lecture schedule with fixed dates for classes — when you offer each class regularly and when you expect assignments and tests  Order the books & UFDs and prepare to lecture!

19 Calvary Academics © 201419 Projected Starting Costs Assumed figures as a guide for you: 1 st phase students: 25 Order #1 – Material costs: R11,525 Cost of 25 UFD’s: Optional Postage cost: R140 x 2 = R280 Total materials cost: R11,805 Student Registration fees: R7,500 Student Fees (@R220/ month): R5,500 1 st month positive balance: R1,195 Positive balance of second month is ±R7,000

20 Calvary Academics © 201420 Handling the Account We agree on the following: 1.The TC will pay within 30 days (on invoice) 2.You will stay within a set limit (for one big order) 3.You pay for each order (before ordering the next big order.) 4.The account is cleared at year-end (before ordering Certificates) 5.Pay the statement and file payment proof (state TC no. on EFT) We have the right to close accounts that are repeatedly behind (We send out statements and will phone a few times before closure)

21 Calvary Academics © 201421 Resolving Admin Queries Phone us 8:30 to 3:50 office hours We close early on Fridays: 2:30 last call Have your TC number ready and tell us Quote the invoice number and the codes Send e-mails to orders @ @ When deposit a cheque or cash, please quote TC no. for proof of payment

22 Calvary Academics © 201422 Requesting Certificates Complete the Class Results Record (pdf) Signed also by Quality Officer then fax Use Excel version for e-mail Do not type in ALL CAPITALS: Sam Jones Record the marks, average and Cum Laude State preferred date of graduation

23 Calvary Academics © 201423 Training at a Distance Students must stay in tutor-contact whilst learning. A tutor must maintain close relationships to students. The e-solution provided on the web-site must be used to allow the student to get the benefit of the extra material (All students may make use of the e-learning material on the UFD stick) Note: Since there are many Tuition Centres using our material, we prefer that you do not try to enroll far-away students. We believe in contact training but some students cannot get to classes so we have developed a distance solution:

24 Calvary Academics © 201424 The Distance Tutor 1. 1.Appoint a Distance Tutor who lives near the student. (The student may also help by finding one.) 2. 2.Guide the Tutor to: spend time with the student for encouragement explain the material and our e-learning method Disciple the student to form Christlike character

25 Calvary Academics © 201425 Take Action Consider the Great Commission task of discipleship before you Ask for God’s wisdom Get leadership behind you Require leaders to be trained Bible Schools frequently bring restoration and new life to Churches Plan, order and start! 012 567 6083/ 7583 fax 5550

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