Who can enrol
Who Can Enrol?
Are you a good listener? Concerned for the wellbeing of others? Do you believe that the Bible is God’s word? Are you passionate about seeing people made whole through a relationship with Jesus? Then you may just have what it takes to become a qualified Christian Counsellor.
As a Christian counsellor, you can make a significant difference to the lives of others.
Start your journey toward becoming a Nationally Accredited Christian Counsellor today!
aifc courses are taught from a biblical Christian perspective integrating theology, psychology and spirituality. It would, therefore, be advantageous for students to have a Christian faith.
To meet the essential basic entry requirements, you must:
- Have completed Year 12 Certificate; or Certificate IV and above or equivalent;
- Have sound literacy and computer skills;
- Be able to communicate effectively;
- Have the ability to work cooperatively and effectively with others; and
- Have fully completed the online Application for Enrolment, including provision of required documentation and payment of Services and Amenities fee.
- Be over the age of 18 years old
Please note, progressive courses in the counselling pathway have further pre-requisite entry requirements (see Our Courses for further detail). The two entry points into the counselling pathway are through the CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling and 10900NAT Graduate Diploma of Counselling (Christian).
If you are in doubt and would like to discuss your eligibility, please contact our aifc national office, or book a Course Advisory Session.
You may also be eligible to receive Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL) based on your previous qualifications and/or life experiences.
To learn more visit Recognition of Prior Learning.