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Theology & Leadership Programme
As a follower of Jesus, invest one year in a journey of discovery through the School of Leadership & Theology. This will help you to understand God’s glorious plans and purposes for your life. As Jesus’ apprentice (disciple), your goal is to learn to live your life in the manner in which Jesus lived his life.
Why choose SOLT?
Our methodology is innovative & inclusive
We offer an innovative combination of online learning and small group environments, and both our programmes at Ministry & Academic Levels are inclusive of all learners.
Two Learning Levels
- Requires Gr.10 English levels of proficiency.
- Students are required to complete a reflection and two multiple-choice assessments per course.
- Requires approximately 80 hours of study per course.
- Requires Gr.12 English levels of proficiency
- Students are required to complete an assignment and two multiple-choice assessments per course.
- Requires approximately 120 hours of study per course.
- This level is mandatory for further studies through Trinity Bible College, Graduate School, and the South African Theological Seminary.
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Each programme offers a breadth and depth of knowledge, training and experience that will significantly enrich the student’s inward transformation towards Christlikeness and their ability to plant, lead, care for, and grow the local church.
Each course will consist of the following components:
- One carefully selected textbook focusing on the nature of the subject at hand, including additional notes
- Video & audio content
- Regular discussion/interaction/reflection and mentoring sessions focusing on the material and the application thereof
- Course appropriate assessments
Training & Terms
The Theology and Leadership Programme is 12 months in duration and consists of 4 Terms.
The Advanced Theology and Leadership Programme consists of a further 12 months of training also completed over 4 terms.
New students are able to commence with their studies at the start of any term, provided there are sufficient students to form a group.