Our short courses in theology offer you the opportunity to explore Christian faith and world religions without committing to a full degree. If you’re teaching religious education or working in a Catholic school, you’ll gain hours towards your professional development accreditation. 

Upcoming short courses

We are delighted to announce the details of our next 2019 short course to be held in Brisbane.

Women in the Church: Re-exploring Scripture, Tradition, Canon Law and History

 
Date
Topic and speaker
Wednesday
17 July

Women in Scripture
Archbishop Mark Coleridge
Archdiocese of Brisbane

Wednesday
24 July

Women in Australian Church History
Dr Jo Laffin
ACU
Wednesday
31 July

Women and Canon Law
Rev Dr Ian Waters
Catholic Theological College
Wednesday
7 August

Women and Theology – Key to a Future
Dr Patricia Fox RSM
Flinders School of Theology

Essential information

 
Time 6pm - 8pm (refreshments provided from 6pm)
Venue Hanly Room -Fancis Rush Centre
Travel Travelling by car: Free parking available at St Stephen’s Cathedral Car Park (entry and exit via Charlotte Street)
Fees Attendance, including a Certificate of Participation: $100.00
Attendance only: $50.00
Current ACU staff and students (not requiring a Certificate of Participation): Free
Accreditation

This short course is approved for 4.5 hours for Accreditation to teach Religious Education in Catholic Schools (weeks 1, 2 and 4).

6 hours for Accreditation to teach in a Catholic School.

If you are attending this course for accreditation purposes, a Certificate of Participation is required.

 

Further information and enquiries

For more information or to discuss alternative methods of payment, please email shortcourses.ftp@acu.edu.au.

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