FAQs

Who is the WORSHIP MINISTRY TRAINING PROGRAM for?

People who have a passion to serve God using their creative gift. There is a particular emphasis on praise and worship ministry but the subjects can be applied to other arenas within the music industry.

Do I have to be a musician to attend?

No. You can be involved in your team as a singer, tech person, admin person or have other creative talents, but there are some basic music-focused subjects.

Is there a minimum age requirement for students attending?

Yes. Students must be at least 14 years of age, and students under 18 years must have parental consent with transport pre-arranged.

Do I get a qualification if I finish the Course?

Students who complete the WMTP will receive a certificate of achievement and students from the Kings College are able to use this program as part of their industry training requirements and portfolio of evidence towards their Certificate II or IV in Music Industry.

Is there any homework?

No. The Kings College Students who are doing the Certificate Program have their own in-class and homework tasks.

What if I miss one of the training nights?

Each session will be recorded (audio-only) and available on drop box along with course notes for each subject.

Who are the trainers?

We have a trained staff who hold numerous qualifications including Cert IV in Training and Assessment. Throughout the year we will also spend quality time with and receive direct input from some of our Nation’s finest leaders in the area of Worship and the Arts. Michael and Linda Battersby are certified trainers and will not only oversee the unit delivery and assessment process but will also be the principal trainers for many of the subjects.

What will a typical training night look like?

6pm sound check for rostered band (with a time of worship led by the students)
7:00pm Worship
7:20pm Session 1 

8:20pm Supper
8:40pm Items and mini messages
9:00pm Session 2
9:50pm Announcements and prayer
10:00pm Finish

 Training under the auspices of Unity College Australia RTO 6330

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