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GOVERNMENT
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SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY
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SOUTH
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Oirihiiihed m ~ u r m sof Act 50: of 19Y5
In accordance with Regulation 24 (c) of the National Standards Bodies Regulations of 28 March 1998,
the Standards Generating Body (SGB) for
Christian Theology and Ministry
Registered by NSB 07, Human and Social Studies, publishes the following Qualifications and Unit
Standards for public comment.
This notice contains the titles, fields, sub-fields, NQF Levels, credits and purpose of the qualification
and unit standards. The qualification and unit standards can be accessed via the SAQA web-site at
www.saqa.orq.za . Copies may also be obtained from the Directorate of Standards Setting and
Development at the SAQA offices, Hatfield Forum West, 1067 Arcadia Street, Hatfield, Pretoria.
Comment on the qualification and unit standards should reach SAQA at the address below and no
later than 16 August 2004. All correspondence should be marked Standards Setting SGS
Christian Theology and Ministry and addressed to
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SAQA
Attention: Mr D. Mphuthing
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JOE SAMUELS
DIRECTOR: STANDARDS SETTING AND DEVELOPMENT
S A W S MISSION
“To ensure
the development and implementation of a National Qualifications Framework which contributes to the full development
of each learner and to the social and economic development ofthe nation at large.”
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PURPOSE OF THE QUALIFICATION
The purpose of this Qualification is to recognise those who have the required competence to serve as lay
and ordained leaders in Christian communities or community organisations and society through enabling
them to obtain a nationally registered and recognised Qualification.
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A further purpose of this Qualification is to produce life-long theological learners who are equippedto raise
and debate current issues in an African context. This purpose seeks to transform persons, churches and
society dealing with power issues such as gender, social economic disparity, disability and the environment
from a Christian perspective.
People who achieve this Qualification can:
> Apply Christian sources in context
z Apply Christian Theology and Ethics personally and in community
> Practise ministries in the church
> Practise Christian ministry in the wider community
In addition, people who have achieved this Qualification can perform in all the exit level outcomes.
Rationale for the Qualification:
The majority of candidates for this Qualification are likely to be working in churches and other Christian
Ministry ventures. The Qualification will give them the opportunity to integrate knowledge of the Christian
faith with essential skills to minister and lead Christian communities, as well as develop the values of such
leadership.
Learners who wish to gain an understanding of the Christian faith and those who
wish to develop their own
faith will also benefit from this Qualification.
RECOGNIZE PREVIOUS LEARNING?
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LEARNlNG ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE
It is assumed that learners are competent in communication at NQF Level 1.
Recognition of Prior Learning:
This Qualification can be achieved wholly or in part through recognition of priorlearning.
Evidence can be presented in a variety of forms, including previous local or international Qualifications,
reports, testimonials mentioning functions performed, work records, portfolios, videos of practice and
performance records.
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Assessment of prior learning will be done in terms of the assessment and moderation principles used for the
Exii Level Outcomes and the Unit Standards.
QUALIFICATION RULES
The National Ceriificate Level 2: Theology and Ministry carries a total of 120 credits at NQF level 2.
The programme leading to this Qualification contains a combination of fundamental, core and elective
credits. It comprises 36 credits in the fundamental category, 42 credits in the core category and 42 in the
elective categories.
All core unit standards (42 credits) are compulsory. A total of 42 elective credits must be gained.
There may be a maximum of 24 elective credits from beyond the sub-field "Religious and Ethical
Foundations of Society", of which 12 may be from beyond the field Human and Social Studies.
EXIT LEVEL OUTCOMES
1. Describe own faith development personally and in a faith community.
This Exit Level Outcome may be achieved through competence in a combination of the following Core and
Elective Unit Standards:
Core:
> Communicate personal faith to individuals and groups
> Match personal lifestyles with Biblical values
> Outline the historical, political and social background of the Bible
Elective:
> Prepare and preach sermons
> Prepare for and take part in leading Christian worship
2. Express key Christian doctrines and history of own faith community.
This Exit Level Outcome may be achieved through competence in a combination of the following Core and
Elective Unit Standards:
Core:
> Communicate personal faith to individuals and groups
Describe the Christian understanding of salvation and discipleship
> Describe the purpose, sources and key elements of Christian doctrine
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Elective:
> Describe the development of your congregation and denomination within the broad development of
Christianity in Southern Africa
> Describe the theology and practice of the Eucharist in a faith community
> Explain how key Christian doctrines can apply to the life of the Church, the Christian and the world
> Outline the development of Christianity in Southern Africa
> Prepare and preach sermons
> Use an outline of the growth of the Early Church to discover principles which could enhance the life~and
witness of today's Church
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3. Use the Bible as prl1i:ary source to communicate Christian teachings and morality.
This Exit Level Outcome may be achieved through competence in a combination of the following Core and
Elective Unit Standards:
Core:
> Apply Biblical models of reconciliation to estranged people and groups
1 Apply Biblical texts to a variety of contexts
> Demonstrate familiarity with the background and contents the Bible
> Explain how the Bible was written and how that affects its 'authority'
> Explain the relevance of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ for contemporary living
> Outline the historical, political and social background of the Bible
Elective:
Expiain iiew Testament letters and apply them to the life of the Church and the world today
> Prepare and preach sermons
> Prepare for and take part in leading Christian worship
Investigate Biblical prophecy
4. Apply their faith in a transformative way for communities and individuals.
This Exit Level Outcome may be achieved through competence in a combination of the following Core and
Elective Unit Standards:
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> Apply Biblical models of reconciliation to estranged people and groups
> Apply Biblical texts to a variety of contexts
> Explain the relevance of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ for contemporary living
Elective:
> Describe Christian responses to HIV/AIDS
> Explain how key Christian doctrines can apply to the life of the Church, the Christian and the world
> Explain New Testament letters and apply them to the life of the Church and the world today
> Prenare and preach sermons
> Show Christian pastoral care in a congregation
Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:
The 12 critical cross-field outcomes prescribed by SAQA were used in designing the specific outcomes of
the qualification.
A learner who obtains the Certificate (NQF Level 2) in Theology and Ministry can:
1. Identify and solve problems in which responses display that responsible decisions using critical and
creative thinking have been made.
2. Work effectively nrih 3thers as a member of a team, group, organisation, community.
3. Organise and maria;.,.: onsself and one's activities responsibly and effectively.
4. Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information.
5. Communicate effectively, using visual, mathematical andlor language skills in the modes of oral andlor
written presentation.
6. Use science and technology effectively and critically, showing responsibility towards the environment and
the healthlwell-being of others
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problemsolving contexts do not exist in isolation
8. Reflect on and explore a variety of strategies to learn more effectively
9. Participate as responsible citizens in the life of local, national and global communities
10. Show cultural and aesthetic awareness across a range of social contexts
11. Explore education and career opportunities.
12. Develop entrepreneurial opportunities
ASSOCIATED ASSESSMENT CRITER!A
integrative Assessment Criteria:
A learner will be able to:
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> A personal account of the learner's own faith is given
> Faith development is shown by written or oral means
> Participation in the life of a faith community is evidenced
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1 Key doctrines and histories are outlined
> These Christian doctrines are clearly articulated
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> Key Biblical texts are explained simply.
> Central Biblical principles are articulated
> An overview of biblical contexts and contents is provided
> An overview of Christian teachings and morality is presented
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> Needs within the learner's community are described
> Possible responses to these needs are proposed and applied.
> Needs of individuals in the learner's context are described
Possible responses to those individual needs are proposed and applied.
> Christian ethical principles are applied to a limited selection of contexts
Assessment criteria associated with Critical Cross-Field Outcomes:
In the form of tasks in study material, written assignments, portfolio tasks, projects, case studies and
examinations, learners will be assessed on their ability to:
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> Demonstrate the ability to do basic bible interpretation in specific contexts
> Describe theologies in relation to their respective cultural, economic, social and political cmtexts
> Address church and community problems by using creative contextual approaches to ministry.
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Show evidence of playing a moral and constructive role in a faith community and the community at large.
> Demonstrate evidence of the ability to communicate effectively in a community
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> Demonstrate appropriate study skills and learning strategies.
> Organise their own study plans.
> Think independently.
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Use library and other resources effectively to complete tasks.
> Construct academic writings by integrating information from a variety of sources.
> Describe theological theories, experiences, examples, etc.
5.
Produce persuasive forms of written, oral and other media communication
> Express theological insights creatively in their first language and in terms of their culture and worldview
6.
Reveal sensitivity and maturity in responding to ethical challenges
> Formulate concrete and creative responses to community problems
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> Show respect for personal, cultural, theological and religious diversity
> Demonstrate the relatedness between problems of a particular faith community and larger communities
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> Use a range-of source materials (books, television, case studies) to gather information
> Engage with living communities as well as with academic course material
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commitment to the well-being of society by developing well-informed ethical stances on community
issues
> Play a responsible and constructive role in a faith community
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> Demonstrate tolerance of diversity and the opinions of others
> Demonstrate awareness of the role of cultural differences in biblical interpretation
> Cooperate with people of other churches, theologies and religions
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> Compare and cvdluate various options for further study
> Become involved accountably in a Christian community with a view to employment as a church or
community worker
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> Develop the skills of social analysis, interpersonal sensitivity, imaginative intelligence, emotional maturity,
and community involvement, which will be a great help in finding or creating employment within or outside
church circles.
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The Qualification that compares most directly is the New Zealand Qualification Authority‘s National
Certificate in Christian Ministries (Level 2). Although this Qualification requires only 60 credits at Level 2, it
has a similar Purpose Statement. The Qualification has a similar scope, although the number of credits
required is smaller. As with the Certificate (NQF Level 2) in Theology and Ministry, it also allows credits
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from Humanities and other Fields to be incorporated.
Examples of Unit Standards show that the approach is similar, with the difference that the South African
Unit Standards are generally more contextual.
There is also a New Zealand National Certificate in Christian Studies (Level 2), which serves the same
broad Purpose, although it requires a minimum of only 40 credits at Level 2. This Qualification has quite
similar and corresponding elements as the 'biblical and theological' Components of the Certificate (NQF
Level 2) Th Min, the latter, of course, also having components in the Christian Ministries and Community
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ARTICULATION OPTIONS
The National Certificate Level 2: Theology and Ministry gives access to the
National Certificate Level 3 in Theology and Ministry (Certificate in Theology and
Ministry).
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MODERATION OPTIONS
> Providers offering learning towards achievement of any of the unit standards that make up this
Qualification must be accredited through the appropriate ETQA by SAQA.
> Internal moderation of assessment must take place at the point of assessment with external moderation
provided by the relevant ETQA according to the moderation guidelines and the agreed ETQA procedures.
> Assessors registered with the relevant ETQA must carry out the assessment of candidates for any of the
unit standards that make up this Qualification.
CRITERIA FOR THE REGlSTRATlON OF ASSESSORS
Notes for assessors:
Assessors should keep the following general principles in mind when designing and conducting
assessments:
>--Focusthe initial assessment activities on gathering evidence in terms of the.main outcomes expressed in
the titles of the unit standards to ensure assessment is integrated rather than fragmented. The aim is to
declare the person competent in terms of the Qualification purpose. Where assessment is across titles or at
title level is unmanageable, then focus assessment around each specific outcome, or groups of specific
outcomes. Take special note of the need for integrated assessment.
5 Make sure evidence is gathered across the entire range, wherever it applies. Assessment activities should
be as close to the real performance as possible, and where simulations or role-plays are used, there should
be supporting evidence to show the candidate is able to perform in the real situation.
All assessments should be conducted in line with the following well documented principles of assessment
as defined below:
Principles of assessment:
> Appropriate: The method of assessment is suited to the performance being assessed.
> Fair: The method of assessment does not present any barriers to achievements, which are not related to
the evidence.
> Manageable: The methods used make for easily arranged, cost-effective assessments that do not unduly
interfere with learning.
> Integrated into work or learning: Evidence collection is integrated into the work or learning process where
this is appropriate and feasible.
> Valid: The assessment focuses on the requirements laid down in the Standard: i.e. the assessment is fit
for purpose.
5 Direct: The activities in the assessment mirror the conditions of actual performance as closely as possible
> Authentic: The assessor is satisfied that the work being assessed is attributable to the person being
assessed.
> Sufficient: The evidence collected establishes that all criteria have been met and that performance to the
required Standard can be repeated consistently.
> Systematic: Planning and recording is sufficiently rigorous to ensure that assessment is fair.
> Open: Learners can contribute to the planning and accumulation of evidence. Assessment candidates
understand the assessment process and the criteria that apply.
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> Consistent: The same assessor would makethe same judgement again in similar circumstances. The
judgement made is similar to the judgement that would be made by other assessors.
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Implied competence ana range:
Critical evidence for assessment purposes imply competence at the following:
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> A testimony or similar expression of faith
> Church leader's and peer reports
> Keep a faithjourney record
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> To individuals and in a group context
> May include art, music, poetry, songs
> Use of custom, ianguage, idiom and images
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> Basic interpretation of biblical passages
> Both Testaments included, wide range of texts
The range of methods used to interpret the Bible should include the following: historical, textual and
contextual
Communicate all the above in a way that is appropriate to the audience
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> Social, political, ecological, and economic needs
> Personal visit, proposal to civic leaders
> May include age range, abuse, loneliness, chronic and terminal illnesses, disabilities
> Home-based care, pastoral visits
> Reporting methods may include oral, written forms, portfolios.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
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Apply Biblical models of reconciliation to estranged people and groups
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
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PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNlT STANDARD CODE
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SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Identify and describe possiblecauses of conflict in a community.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and explain people's reactions
to the problems andthe consequences of their actions.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe Biblical models of reconciliation for the conflict situation.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Apply Biblical models of reconciliation for conflict situations.
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PROVIDER NAME
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Shcw how selected biblical texts emerged from and addressed historical and political situations.
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Describe, compare basic methods of interpreting, applying biblical textsto contemporary situations.
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Apply selected textsto contemporary situations.
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SGB NAME
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FIELD DESCRIPTION
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UNIT STANDARD CODE
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SUBFIELD DESCRiPTlON
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UNIT STANDARD TYPE
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NQF LEVEL
Level 2
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Give a clear, well-structured accountof personal faith.
SPECIFE OUTCOME 2
Communicate personal faith in a manner appropriate
to the context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Communicate personal faith in a number
of different contexts.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Demonstrate personal conviction in communicating personal faith
to others.
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and
Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION SUBFIELD DESCRiPTION
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Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
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SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Identify the major divisions of the Bible.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Outlline the background of the books of the Bible
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Outline the content of the books of the Bible.
NQF LEVEL
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Describe Christian responsesto HlVlAlDS
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Christian resDonses to HlViAlDS
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Undefined SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
SGB NAME
FlELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies Religious and Ethical Foundations
UNiT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
UMlT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 2
Specific Outcomes:
SFECIFIC OUTCOME
1
Provide basic information about the disease and its impact.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Identify and critique misconceptions about the virus.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Empathise with thosewho are infected and affected, challenging wrong approaches.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Describe basic care procedures.
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Southern Africa
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of Christianity in
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SGB NAME
SGIB Christian Theology and Ministry
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Human and Social Studies
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Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
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PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
LEVEL
NQF
CREDITS
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e c i f i c Outcomes:
SPlfClFICOUTCOME
1
Outline the origins and development of your denomination in the Southern African region.
SPECIFICOUTCOME 2
Place the outline of your denomination's history within broad history of the growth
of Christianity.
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Describe the purpose, sources and key elements
of Christian doctrine
SAQA US ID
115942
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Describe the purpose, sources and key elements of Christian doctrine
SGB NAME
SGB
Christian
Theology
and
Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE UNIT STANDARD
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTh4
Regular
TYPE
NQF LEVEL
Level 2
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Describe the purposeof Christian doctrine.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe three sourcesof Christian doctrine and how they are used.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
List and describe key Christian doctrines and explain their significance.
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Describe the theology and practice of
the Eucharist in a faith community
115947
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SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
PROVIDER NAME ABET BAND
Undefined
ISUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human Social
and
Studies
(Religious
Ethical
and
Foundations
Society
of
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UNIT STANDARD C 0 f T. " ' --
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HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
MQF LEVEL
Level 2
a c i f i c Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Describe the way in which the Eucharist is celebrated
in the learner's community.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Outline the way in which the Eucharistis described in the New Testament.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
List Old Testament passages that point to
the Eucharist and describe the links.
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 4
Explain the meaning of the Eucharist in their faith community
in the lightof biblical descriptions.
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UNIT STANDARD:
9
Explain New Testament letters and apply them to the
life of the Church and the world today
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SAQA US ID
1i 15962
!;GB NAME
SGB Christizn
UNlT STAMDARD TiTLE
Explain New Testament letters and apply them
to the life of the Church and the world today
ABET BAND
Theology
and
Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPT!OIY
Human and Social Studies
Level
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
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UNIT STANDARD CODE
IUMIT
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HUM-REF-0-SGB
/Regular
CTbl
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
TYPE
(NQF
LEVEL
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2
16
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe some of the situations that gave rise to the letters ofthe New Testament.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Summarise the content of specified New Testament letters
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Identify issues in the church and world today.
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world
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PROVIDER-NAME
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SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Expliain how key Christian doctrines express and sustain the life and work of the Christian Church.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe how key Christian doctrines apply
to the Christian’s own personal life.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Explain how key Christian doctrinesaffect the Church’s mission and action.
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Explain how theBible was written and how that affects its 'authority'
E
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Explain how the Bible was written and how that affects its 'authority'
'1 15954
SGB NAME
!;GB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB
/Regular
CTM
1UNIT STANDARD TYPE
CREDITS
5
NQF LEVEL
Level 2
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Show how texts emerge from specific historical and political contexts.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Show
how
selected
Biblical
books reflected
their
historical
and
political
contexts.
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Show how the canon of the Bible emerged from historical and political contexts.
!iPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Describe the relationship between the formation of the Bible and the 'authority' of Scripture.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Explain the Christian understanding of salvation and discipleship
E
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115936
UNiT STANDARD TITLE
Explain the Christian understandingof salvation and discipleship
SGB NAME
ABET BAND
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
PROVIDER RAM€
SUBNELD DfSCRIPTjOAI
Human and Social Studies Religious and Ethical Foundations
UN,lT STANDARD CODE-.
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUIM-REF-O-SGB CT M
Regular
=cific
-_
I
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NQF LEVEL
Level 2
of Society
4
Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe Christian understanding of salvation from the pointof view of learner's faith community.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Explain the human need for salvation in the light of God's desire
to be in relationship with people.
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SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe God's plan for salvation throughout Scripture.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Explain the meaning of 'disciple' from Biblical, Christian and personal perspectives.
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of Jesus Christ for contemporary living
ISAQA US ID IUNIT
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UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
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DESCRIPTION
IReligious and Ethical Foundations of Society
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UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 2
.Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe the historical, religious, social and political backgroundto the life of Jesus
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe the person and ministry of Jesus as presented in the four Gospels.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Apply the teaching of Jesusto situations in the Church and the world today.
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Investigate Biblical prophecy
ABET BAND
Theology
and
Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
F E L D DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
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Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
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NQF LEVEL
Level 2
CREDITS
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SP€CIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe someof the situations that gave rise to the work of the Biblical prophets.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Sunlrnarise the content of specified Biblical prophetic texts.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
identify key issues in the church and the world today.
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AFRICAN
QUALIFICATIONS
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SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY
15
Match personal lifestyles with Biblical values
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115972
Match personal lifestyles with Biblical values
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
F E L D DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNiT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 2
CREDITS
3
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Examine their own prevailing (current) lifestyles, value systems and ethics.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Identify Biblical insights into life-enhancing values, life-styles and ethics.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Compare personal lifestyle with Biblical values and ethics.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Make decisions to change personal life stylesto match the Biblical lifestyle and values identified.
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Outline the development of Christianity in Sntlthtyn Africa
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S A W US 1D UNlT STANDARD VTLE
115973
Outline the development of Christianity in Southern Africa
SGEI NAME
SGB,Christian Theology and Ministry
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ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVlDER NAME
SUBFlELD DESCRlPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNlT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
‘Level 2
Specific Outcomes:
SPECfF!C OUTCOME 1
Describe the multiple originsof Christianity in Southern Africa
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Outline denominational stories.
SPECIFBC OUTCOME 3
identify leading figureswho contributed to the social and political evolution of Christianity.
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UNIT STANDARD:
17
Outline the historical, political and social backgroundof the Bible
SAQA US ID UNiT STANDARD TITLE
115974
Outline the historical, political andsocial background of the Bible
SGB NAME
ABET BAND
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
Undefined
F E i 5 QESCRiPTlON
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
Human and Social Studies
WMiT STANDARD CODE
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
MQF LEVEL
Level 2
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Outline the historical, political and social backgroundof the Biblical era.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe the historical, political and social backgroundof selected Biblical books.
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3
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UNIT STANDARD:
Prepare and preach sermons
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UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115977
Prepare and preach sermons
SGB NAME
SGB, Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
F1EL.D DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-o-sC.
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
NQF LEVEL
Regular
Level 2
Speczific Outcomes:
SPEICIFIC OUTCOME 1
Prepare sermons that are suitable
to their church and community context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
i
Deliver
such
sermons
2
or talks.
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Prepare for and take part in leading Christian worship
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SAQA US ID
115978
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Prepare for and take part in leading Christian worship
SGB NAME
ABET BAND
,SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
,FfELD DESCRlPTlON
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Iiuman and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
t
IUNIT STANDARD CODE
iiUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
UNIT STAMDARD TYPE
Regular
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Prepare a standard act of worship in their own denomination.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
L.ead or share in leading such an actof worship.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Show Cnrisiian pasiorai care in a corlyiiy&/ui-I
E
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SAQA US ID
UNlT STANDARD TITLE
1 15980
Show Christian pastoral care in a congregation
ABET BAND
SGB NAME
SGB (Christian
Theology
and
Ministry
PROVlDER NAME
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPT[ON
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
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NQF LEVEL
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Regular
Level 2
15
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Explain the basic Biblical and doctrinal principles that underlie good practice in pastoral care.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe the main elements of pastoral care.
SPEC:IF!C OUTCOME 3
Apply pastoral care principlesto a variety of situations of human need.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Use an outline of the growth of the Early Church to discover principles which could enrich the
life
and witness of today's Church
SAQA US ID
115981
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Use an outline ofthe growth of the Early Churchto discover principles which could enrich the
life and witnessof today's Church
SGB NAME
S G B Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRlPTlON
Human and Social Studies
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UMlT STANDARD CODE
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-O-SGB CTM
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 2
CREDITS
4
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 1
Describe the growthof the Early Church andsome of the difficulties that hadto be overcome.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Identify and explain key factors in that growth.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Explain principles observed in the Early Church and show how they might enrich the life and witness.
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QUALIFICATION:
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National Diploma: Theology and Ministry
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PURPOSE OF THE QUALIFICATION
The majority of learners for this Qualification are likely to be working in churches and other Christian Ministry
ventures. The Qualification will give them the opportunity to integrate knowledge of the Christian faith with
essential skills to minister to and leadChristian communities, as well as develop the values of such
leadership. Learners who wish to gain an understanding of the Faith andthose who wish to develop their
own faith will also benefit from this Qualification.
The purpose of this Qualification is to recognise learners who have thebasic competence to serve as lay
and ordained leaders in Christian communities or community organisations and society. A further purpose of
this Qualification is to produce life-long theological learners who are equipped to raise and debate current
issues in an African context. The Qualification also seeks to help learners to articulate a value system from a
Christian perspective. This purpose seeks to transform persons, churches and society dealing with power
issues such as gender, social economic disparity, disability and the environment.
Learners who achieve this Qualification can:
Apply Christian sources in context.
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Understand and position themselves and their community in the scope of the history of Christianity.
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: Apply Christian Theology and ethics personally and in community.
>; Practise ministries in the church.
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Practise Christian ministry in the wider community.
In addition people who have achieved this Qualification can perform the exit level outcomes listed below
according to the rules of combination specified in this Qualification desig.
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Rationale for aualification
Theologians and Church Workers throughout the world and particularly in the developing countries are
relying on resources and Qualifications in ministerial and spiritual formation as well as theological education
to be empowered for the healing and transformation of both society and individuals. This Qualification is
particularly designed to help and equip learners to fulfil their vocation to serve and transform church and
society.
RECOGNIZE PREVIOUS LEARNING?
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LEARNING ASSUMED TOBE IN PLACE
It is assumed that learners are competent in communication at NQF Level 4
Recognition of prior learning:
This Qualification can be achieved wholly or in part through recognition of prior learning.
Eividence can be presented in a variety of forms, including previous local or international Qualifications,
reports, testimonials mentioning functions performed, work records, portfolios, videos of practice and
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performance records.
Assessment of prior learning will be done in terms of the assessment and moderation principles described
below in the note to assessors.
QUALIFICATION RULES
Level, credits and learning components assigned to the qualification
There wili be a minimum of 240 credits awarded for the Quaiification from an entry level at Level 4. There
should be a minimum of 120 credits at exit level, which is at Level 5 on the NQF in terms of the level
descriptors.
The minimum credits for this Qualification are 240 with 120 pegged at the exit leve! (5).
There may be a maximum of 48 elective credits from beyond the sub-sub-field "Theology and Ministry", of
which 24 may be from beyond the field of Human and Social Studies.
The Dip Th Min Qualification carries a combination of credits at NQF level 5 and NQF levei 6.
> All fundamental credits are at NQF Level 5.
> All core credits are at NQF level 5.
> The Dip Th Min contains a combination of fundamental, core and elective credits It comprises 10 in the
fundamental category, 114 credits in the core category and 126 in the elective category, for a total of 240
credits.
> All Fundamental and Core unit standards (10 plus 114 credits) are compulsory. A total of 116 credits
must be taken from the elective unit standards. At least 72 credits must be at NQF Level 5.
> There may be a maximum of 48 credits from "Theology and ministry", of which 24 may be from outside
the Field of NSB 07: Human and Social Studies.
EXIT LEVEL OUTCOMES
Exit level outcomes and assessment criteria
1. Critically use Biblical, theological and other sources to explore faith questions and proclaim Christian faith
in context.
2. Identify and affirm personal faith in context.
3. Engage in criticai and creative thinking.
4. Apply core and Christian values to contexts to facilitate moral decision making and formation.
5. Facilitate healing in individuals and communities through Christian norms and values.
6. Promote and develop transformative leadership in a faith community.
7 . Participate sensitively in multicultural and multi-faith communities.
8. Identify and transformatively address contemporary societal needs
Critical cross-field outcomes:
A learner who obtains the Diploma in Theology and Ministry (Level 5) can:
1. Identify and solve problems in which responses display that responsible decisions using criticai and
creative thinking have been made.
2. Work effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community.
3. Organise and manage oneself and one's activities responsibly and effectively.
4. Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information.
5. Communicate effectively, using visual, mathematical and/or language skills in the modes of cral and/or
written presentation.
6. Use science and technology effectively and critically, showing responsibility towards the environment and
the health/well-being of others.
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problemsolving contexts do not exist in isolation.,
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8. Reflect on and explore a variety of strategies to learn more effectively
9. Participate as responsible citizens in the life of local, national and global communities.
10. Show cultural and aesthetic awareness across a range of social contexts
11. Explore educationand career opportunities
12. Develop entrepreneurial opportunities
ASSOCIATED ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
Exit level outcomes and assessment criteria
Integrative Assessment Criteria
1.
> Interpret and critically analyse biblical and other texts.
> Use other sources to interpret biblical and other texts.
> Address faith questions.
> Communicate the Christian message in context.
2.
> Give an account of the history and values of their faith community and their personal faith development
> Integrate their personal faith with theological discourse and ministry in their faith communities.
3.
> Identify, classify, analyse, compare and critically evaluate different theological positions
> Creatively negotiatetheological meaning from different theological views.
> Present arguments combining insights gained from different theological genres.
4.
> Demonstrate insight into the complexities of current moral problems.
> Identify and describe key human and Christian ethical principles.
> Appropriately engage their learning into value based decisions.
5.
> Identify and analyse individual, group and societal areas in need of healing.
> Use theological resources and skills to effect healing.
6.
> Show an ability to impart and encourage appropriate leadership forms and skills in a local faith community.
> Integrate theoretical and practical competencies anticipating the development of a local faith community.
7.
Give an account of the history and values of both Christian and other faith communities.
> Describe the impact of cultural and religious differences on inter and intra community relations
> Demonstrate intercultural and interfaith empathy.
8.
> Use basic analytical skills to identify and explain the needs of society.
> Develop contextually relevant responses to these needs.
> Apply these responses by proposing transformational'processes and programmes.
In the form of tasks in study material, written assignments, portfolio tasks, projects, case studies and
examinations, learners will be assessed on their ability to:
1.
> Demonstrate the ability to do creative biblical interpretation by applying recognised exegetical methods in
specific contexts and by critically evaluating other interpretations.
> Approach problems of historical and systematic interpretation in theology by analysing theologies in
relation to their respective cultural, economic, social and political contexts.
> Address church and community problems by using creative contextual approaches to ministry.
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> Show evidence of playing a moral and constructive role in a faith community and the community at large
> Demonstrate evidence of the ability to communicate effectively in a community.
3.
> Demonstrate the requisite study skills and learning strategies.
> Organise their own study plans.
> Think independently.
4.
> Use library and other resources effectively to complete tasks.
> Construct an academic essay by integrating information from a variety of sources.
5 Act responsibly as a scholar (i.e. by using recognised reference techniques and by avoiding plagiarism).
> Critically evaluate theological theories, experiences, examples, etc.
5.
> Produce persuasive forms of written, oral and new media communication.
> Express theological insights creatively in their first language and in terms of their cuiture and worldview.
6.
> Reveal sensitivity and maturity in responding to ethical challenges.
> Formulate concrete and creative responses to community problems
7.
> Show respect for personal, cultural, theological and religious diversity.
> Demonstrate the relatedness between problems of a particular faith community and larger communities.
8.
> Show awareness of how personal biases influence one's knowledge of and attitude to people and
situations.
> Show how engagement with different types of sources fosters different learning strategies.
9.
> Show commitment to the well-being of society by developing well-informed ethical stances on community
and environmental issues.
> Play a responsible and constructive role in a faith community.
10.
> Demonstrate tolerance of diversity and the opinions of others.
> Demonstrate awareness of the role of cultural differences in biblical interpretation.
> Display the ability to understand the cultural and contextual roots of differences between theologies
> Co-operate with people of other churches, theologies and religions.
11.
> Compare and evaluate various options for further study.
> Become involved accountably iri ;i hristian community with a view to employment
RS
a church or
community worker.
12.
> Develop the skills of social analysis, interpersonal sensitivity, imaginative intelligence, emotional maturity,
and community involvement, which will be a great help in creating and finding employment within and
outside church circles.
INTERNATIONAL COMPARABILITY
This Qualification and the component unit standards have been compared with similar Qualifications from
other countries.
New Zealand Qualifications and Unit Standards compare well with those of this Qualification.
Examples of Unit Standards show that the approach is very similar, with the difference that the South
African Standards are broader in scoDe.
The Qualification 'Diploma at Level 5' contains very similar broad areas of focus as those in the South
African Exit Level Outcomes:
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> Christian Leadership.
> Christian Mission.
Christian Worship and Preaching.
> Educational Practice in Christian Ministries.
> Pastoral Theology and Ministry.
> Philosophy, Theory and Christian Theology of Education
ARTICULATION OPTIONS
Eiarly exit
This will be possible througha Certificate in Theology and Ministry that requires
120 credits, at least80 of them at Level 5, subject to the availabilityof such an exit
level Qualification at provider institutions.
Vertical
The Dip Th Min (Level 5) will give access to other Level 5 programmes, the Level
6 Diploma in Theology and Ministry and the Level
6 Bachelor of Theology degree.
After obtaining the BTh Qualificationa learner may progressto postgraduate
str; 1: ,, -,I C h - level of Honours, then Masters and Doctorate.
11103FF:'ATlON OPTIONS
> Providers offering learning towards achievement
of any of the unit standards that make up this
Clualification must be accredited through the appropriate ETQA
by SAQA.
> Internal moderationof assessment must take placeat the point of assessment with external moderation
to the moderation guidelines and the agreed ETQA procedures
provided by the relevant ETQA according
> Assessors registered with the relevant ETQA must carry
out the assessment of candidates for any
of the
unit standards that makeUD this Qualification.
CRITERIA FOR THE REGISTRATION OF ASSESSORS
Assessors should keep the following general principles in mind when designing and conducting
assessments:
> Focus the initial assessment activities on gathering evidence in terms of the main outcomes expressed in
the titles of the unit standardsto ensure assessmentis integrated ratherthan fragmented. The aim is to
declare the person competentin terms of the Qualification purpose. Where assessment is across titles or at
or groups of specific
title level is unmanageable, then focus assessment around each specific outcome,
outcomes. Take special note of the need for integrated assessment.
> Make sure evidence is gathered across the entire range, wherever it applies. Assessment activities should
be as close to the real performanceas possible, and where simulations or role-plays are used, there should
be supporting evidenceto show the candidate is ableto perform in the real situation.
> All assessments should be conducted in line with
the following well documented principlesof
assessment as defined below:
Frinciples of assessment:
> Appropriate: The methodof assessment is suited to the performance being assessed.
> Fair: The method of assessment does not present any barriersto achievements, which are not relatedto
the evidence.
> Manageable: The methods used make for easily arranged, cost-effective assessments do
thatnot unduly
interfere with learning.
Integrated into workor learning: Evidence collectionis integrated into the workor learning process where
this is appropriate and feasible.
Valid: The assessment focuses on the requirements laid down the
in Standard; i.e. the assessment is fit for
purpose.
>,Direct: The activities in the assessment mirror the conditions
of actual performanceas closely as possible
> Authentic: The assessoris satisfied that the work being assessed
is attributable to the person being
assessed.
> Sufficient: The evidence collected establishes that all criteria have been met and that performance
to the
required Standard can be repeated consistently.
> Systematic: Planning and recording is sufficiently rigorous
to ensure that assessment is fair.
> Open: Learners can contributeto the planning and accumulation of evidence. Assessment candidates
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understand the assessment process and the criteria thatapply.
> Consistent: The same assessor would make the same judgement again
in similar circumstances. The
judgement made is similar tothe judgement that would be made by other assessors.
NOTES
Exit level outcomesand assessment criteria.
Implied competence and range.Critical evidence for assessment purposes imply competence at the
following:
1.
> 'Other texts' include experiences, for example, of women; histories and creeds, current documents
in
churches of various groupings, and narratives, archaeology and history.
> Interpretations of biblical and other texts
are responsible and creative.
> Other sources include concordances, commentaries, dictionaries, encyclopedias, monographs and
journals.
> The Christian message is communicatedin various written and oral forms; writing at various levels of
publication (e.9. Church letters, journals, newspapers).
2.
> Such an account is constructed and presented crediblyso that it may be accessible to others.
3.
> Theological positions are identified, classified and analysed from books, journals, sermons, etc.
> Critical evaluations of these positionsare presented mainly in written form.
4.
Decisions are integratedwith and situated within African value systems.
5.
> Identification of healing areasare sensitive to the various African healing approaches.
> Theological skills are holistic.
6.
> Commitment is shown to a local faith community, especiallyin a leadership capacity
> The local faith community shows benefit from the learner's input.
7.
> An ethical base forsound human relationships is described
> Tolerance for cultures is demonstrated.
8.
> The identification of societal needs reveals
an acute sensitivity theto African context, the needs of
marginalised persons and issues including the environment.
UNIT STANDARDS
(Note: A blank space after this line means that the qualification is not based on Unit Standards.)
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1 1 6 0 3 8 Work collaboratlvely with others towards Chrlstian ministry
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11 5 9 12 Analyse and construct narrative texts
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UNIT STANDARD:
Access, interpret and apply mtormatlonIn tneotogicai contexts
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SAQj4 US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
1159139
Access, interpret and apply information in theological contexts
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
SUBFIELD DESCRiPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
IUNiT STANDARD TYPE
1Reaular
INQF LEVEL
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME 1
Manage time, environment and materials relatedto study.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Read, analyse and respondto texts relevant to theological study.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Gather, select and organise information for a variety
of purposes.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Demonstrate skills in critical thinking and analysis.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
PROVIDER NAME
5
Describe the role of theological reflection in applying theology
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SAQA US ID UN/T STANDARD T K L E
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Apply basic skills of pastoral care
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FELB DESCRlPTlON
Human and Social Studies
IReqular
UNIT STANDARD CODE
CTM
HUM-REF-0-SGB
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SL'BF!ELD DESCR!P?\ON
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
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TYPE
INQF LEVEL
Level 5
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Identify and display essential qualitiesof a pastoral caregiver.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Demonstrate advanced listening skills
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe causes and effects of different conditions and describe suitable counselling strategies.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Explain fully and implement one Pastoral Counselling model,
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UNIT STANDARD:
Conduct a prescribed course for inquirers which promotes Christian belief and discipleship
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ABET BAND
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SGB (Christian Theologyand Ministry
PROVIDER NAM€
DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTfON
,Human and Social Studies Religious and Ethical Foundations
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Promote a healthy environment for the explorationof Christian belief and discipleship.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Faciltate group learning using a prescribed course to promote Christian beliefand discipleship.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Assist people to comprehend the personal implicationsof Christian belief and discipleship.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Demonstrate understanding of mission throughoutc h u r c h history and define personal mission
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115924
Demonstrate understandingof mission throughout church history and define personal mission
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
FIELD EESCRIPT!!nN
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVIDER NAME
EUBF!ELD OESCRPTKIN
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Outline the changing understandingof mission in church history.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and evaluate mission-focused churches.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Define personal mission in relationto the mission of Jesus
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UNIT STANDARD:
m
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STANDARD TiTLE
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]Describe and analyse the historv and theoloqy
of the
1115929
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1
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Theology
BAND\ABET
and Ministry
(Undefined
SUBFIELD DESCRlPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
DESCRIPTION
and Social Studies
CTM
F
UNIT’ STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB
IUNiT STANDARD TYPE INQF LEVEL
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Outline the history of Christian ikonogaphy.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe the various styles and methodsof ikonography.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
I
NAME
IPROVlDER
3
Expla.inthe theological meaning of ikons.
l~evel5
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UNIT STANDARD:
Describe and apply basic Christian leadershipand management
SAQA US ID
115932
UNIT STANDARD TLTLE
Describe and apply basic Christian leadership and management
SGB NAME
SGE Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRlPTlON
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFlELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
NQF LEVEL
ICREDITS
Regular
Level 5
112
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe basic principles and the importance of Christian leadership.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Evaluate role models of Christian leaders.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Evaluate personal experiences of leadership.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Outline and apply basic management skills ina church.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Describe and amlv kev Christian teachinns of faith communities
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SAQA US ID
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
11 5910
Describe and apply key Christian teachings of faith.communities
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
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FIELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
~ T A N D A R CODE
D
A
ABET BAND
HUM-REF-0-SGB
CTM
UNIT STANDARD
NQF
TYPE
Regular
LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECfFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe key Christian teaching.
SPEC,IFIC OUTCOME 2
Explain why these key Christian teachings are important
for the learner's own faith community.
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 3
Compare the way in which the key Christian teachings are understood within the learner's faith.
SPECI~FICOUTCOME 4
Apply ltey Christian teachingsio contemporary contexts.
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Describe and evaluate own denomination
SAQA US ID UNfT STANDARD TlTLE
115948
Describe and evaluate own denomination
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
PROVDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNiT STANDARD CODE
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe your denominational identity,
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe the role of polity in the life of your denomination.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Evaluate their denominations' doctrinal beliefs.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Evaluate their denominations' structures
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 5
Evaluate disciplinary practices inyour own denomination.
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
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UNIT
9
Describe and implementa Christian management philosophy in the Church in thelight of one's
rneoiogicai perspective
E
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SAQA US iD
115956
UNlT STANDARD TITLE
Describe and implement a Christian management philosophy in the Church
in the light of one's
theological perspective
SGB NAME
SGB (ChristianTheology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNU STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
~
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
-Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNlT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF
LEVEL
Level 5
CREDITS
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Analyse a Christian management philosophy
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Analyse the relationship between a preferred theological perspective and the
management philosophy
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Define the distinctive characteristicsof a Church work environment in relation.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Devise a strategyfor establishing and maintaining a effective management and administrative
system.
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D e s c r i b e t h e t h e o l o g y a n d p r a c t i cofe Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry and hence the Church's
role
in society
S A QA US fD UNiT STANDARD TITLE
115959
Describe the theology and practiceof Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry and hencethe Church's
~
role in society
SGE NAME
ABET BAND
S G B Christian Theology and Ministry
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
NELD BESCRlPTlOM
SUBFIELD DESCRlPTiON
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
WPJIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
UN!T STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe Baptism and Eucharistas sacraments within the Church.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe different ministriesin the Church and their relationshipto church structures
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe the relationship between the ministry and sacraments
of the church.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Design a contextually relevant modelof the Church based upon other accepted models
of the
Church in Chrlstlan I heology
E
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SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115969
Design a contextually relevant modelof the Church based uponother accepted models of the
'Church in Christian Theology
SGB NAME
S G B Christian Theology and Ministry
FiELD DESCRIPTlOM
Human and Social Studies
PROVlDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
.-
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ITGG-REF-O-SGB
ILeveICTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
I UMlT STANDARD
TYPE
(Reqular
I
INQF
LEVEL
1
5
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Desa-ibe and explain different modelsof the Church.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Explain and analyse the model of your Church showing areas of strength and weakness inthe model.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Desig,na model for a Church in your context whichyou believe is most valid for effective ministry.
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Develop healing ministryin the church
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE.
115970
Develop healing ministry inthe church
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
NQF LEVEL
Regular
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe and explain the role of the church as a healing community.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and compare healing practices in different church traditions.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe and evaluate the practiceand theology of people with a healing ministry.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Describe and explain the relationship between worshipand healing.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 5
Describe the roleof forgiveness in the healing process.
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 6
Examine the use of symbols and sacraments in the healing ministry.
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UNIT STANDARD:
F n p a e in the caring and pastoral ministrvof the church
1
m l US ID IlUNlT STANDARD TITLE
IEngage in the caring and pastoral ministryof the church
1115983
~SGBMAME
ISGB Christian
Theology
and
Ministry
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IABET BAND
DESCRIPTION
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IPROVlDER NAME
lSUBFlELD DESCRIPTION
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n and Social Studies
ISSTANDARD
CODE
m I R E F - O - S G B CTM /Level
IUNlT STANDARD TYPE
IRegular
INQF LEVEL
5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Demonstrate understanding of the ministry of pastoral care in the church.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Engage in pastoral care in relation to illness and bereavement
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Describe and apply the principles of forgiveness and reconciliation to the task of healing.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Demonstrate understanding of the theology and practiceof healing ministries.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Engage in the study and practice
of the basicsof Christian Spirituality
1
UNIT STAMDARQ TULE
SAQA US ID
1 15984
Engage in the study and practice of the basics of Christian Spirituality
SGB N A M E
SGB Christian
Theology and Ministry
FlELD DESCRIPTION
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTKM!
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
NQF LEVEL
Regular
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME I
Outline and evaluate various definitionsof Christian spirituality.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and evaluate classical and contemporary expressions
of Christian spirituality.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Identify personal aspectsof spiritual experience and formationthat need to be developed.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
4
Engage in a process of personal spiritual formation through the practiceof spiritual disciplines.
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Engage with issues of death and life
SGB ,NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
PROViDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNiT STANDARD
Cob;?
UNiT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM/Level
Regular
I NQF LEVEL
5
Speciific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe Christian theologies of life, death, heaven, eternal life, resurrection,
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe a Christian view of death and life in relationto the beliefs of other world views.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Minister effectively to the dying and the bereaved.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
4
Conduct Christian funerals.
SPECiFIC OUTCOME 5
Explore cultural diversity in grief, 'death,and its rituals,
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Evaluate and understand viewsof the end times (last things) in order to develop
an appropriately
goal-orientated Christian life
SAQA US ID lUNfT STANDARD TITLE
115987
IEvaluateand understand viewsoftheendtimes
--[appropriately
goal-orientated Christian life
ISGB NAME
k G B Christian Theoloav and Minisirv
"I
FiELD DESCRlPT!ON
Human and Social Studies
\ABET
BAND
I
/Undefined
I
(lastthings)
- . in order to developan
IPROVIDER
NAME
I
1
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SUBFIELD DESCRlPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
IUNlT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
IRegular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
CREDiTS
6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
1
Describe and explain different approaches to the doctrine of the end times (last things).
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 2
Explain, analyseand critique your own understanding of the doctrine of the end times (last things)
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Develop a personal mission statement which reflects your understanding of the doctrine.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Enpi'lirl
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persurlai
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allti
~ o r p u r a i esaivaiiurl ;or
tile
irarlsiurrnaiiorl o i irldividuais arid
communities
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SAQA US ID
115988
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Explain and communicate personal and corporate salvation
for the transformationof individuals
-and communities
ABET BAND
PROVIDER NAME
SGB EMME
Undefined
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
-
-
. -
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Re!igious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
..
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UNIT S TANDfiRD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
UNIT STANDARE TYPE
Regular
MQF LEVEL
Level 5
CREDITS
6
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 1
Explain and analyse different understandings
of the notion of salvation as it was developed.
SPEC18FICOUTCOME 2
Explain and analyseyour understanding of your own salvation andthe understanding of denomination.
SPECIlFlC OUTCOME 3
Describe your own understandingof the terms conversion, justification and sanctification.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Choose one meansof salvation and present it to an individual or group.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Explore biblical poetry as creative response to God
SAQA US ID UNlT STANDARD TiTLE
115992
Explore biblical poetry as creative response to God
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
HELD GESCRIPTlON
Human and Social Studies
UNlT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
NQF LEVEL
Regular
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPE ClFlC OUTCOME 1
Describe the characteristics of the genre of Biblical poetry.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Interpret poetic texts according to the appropriate internal criteria of the genre.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Apply poetic texts in a contemporary context.
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19
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Facilitate an event or programme in w t ~ ~ ca hChrlstlan response IO i-iiv-iAii;rSis aaciresseci
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11599,4
UNlT STANDARD TiTLE
Facilitate an eventor programme in which a Christian responseto HlViAlDS is addressed
SGB PdAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRlPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society Human and Social Studies
UNIT s K N D
_ _ > R D TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME
1
Providl: information about HlViAlDS and its impact.
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME 2
Analyse human rights issues relatingto HIV/AIDS.
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME 3
Develop responsesto the pandemic from a Christian pointof view.
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME 4
Facilitate an event or programmein which a Christian responseto HIV and AIDS is addressed.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Implement transformation ina community using Christian principles
SAQA US ID
115996
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Implement transformationin a community using Christian principles
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
/HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
II UNIT STANDARD TYPE
IReQular
I1 NQF
LEVEL
lLevel5
II CREDITS
I18
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Analyse the basic needs and dynamics of a community and identifyaspects that need transformation
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Design a processto address issues of transformation in a community
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Apply Christian insightson transformation.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Implement a process to address issues of transformation in a community.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Interpret the Bible and other Christian sources in their contexts
Interpret the Bibleand other Christian sources in their contexts
ABETBAND
PROVIDERNAME
SUBFIELD DESCRlPT!ON
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNiT S“HjVDAR5 CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
INQF
[UNIT SE~JDARD
TYPE
LEVEL
...~
.”.
IReaular
lLevel5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Show how Christian texts emergein historical contexts
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Interpret texts in their contexts
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Apply texts in contemporary situations using broadly recognised hermeneutic methods.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Investigate Christian Foundations in the Early Centuries
SAQA US iD
116016
UNIT STANDARD TiTLE
Investigate Christian Foundations inthe Early Centuries
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theologyand Ministry
FlELD DESCRlPTlON
Human and Social Studies
CTM
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
I UNIT STANDARD TYPE INQF LEVEL
ICREDITS
16
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Give an overview of key socio-political aspects of the life of the Chrisitan Church.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Outline chronologically and analyse key stages of this period.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Present and analyse apologeticand doctrinal aspects that becamethe foundations for Christianity.
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23
UNIT STANDARD:
lnvestiaate GosDels and applv them in context
E
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SAQA US ID
1160'18
UNIT STANDARD TiTLE
Investigate Gospelsand apply them in context
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology~an~d-Ministry
FiELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
CODE
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAWE
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
CREDiTS
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
1
Describe and evaluatethe theories that address the Synoptic problem.
SPECIFK OUTCOME 2
Critically compare and evaluate the contributionof the different Gospel writers.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Select and use key tools of biblical hermeneutics to interpret Gospeltext for contemporary readers.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Ex,"'il"i,rri
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investigate and applyNew Testament letters
SAQA US ID
116006
UNIT STANDARD TiTLE
Investigate and apply New Testamentletters
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
F!ELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVlDER NAME
[UNlT
STANDARD
IReaular
TYPE
INQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe the situations that gave rise to a selection of the letters of the New Testament.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Surnmarise and evaluatethe arguments and theological responsesof the letter writers
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Apply the argumentsand theological principlesto issues which the learner hasidentified.
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)116005
ISGBIVAME
UNIT STANDARD TITiE
Investigate and applybiblical apocalyptic
BAND
IABET
l
IUndefined
lPROWDER NAME
I
ISUBFIELD DESCRlPTlON
)Religious and Ethical Foundations of Societv
I
HUM-REF-O-SGB
CTM (Regular
-_
Specific Outcomes:
SPEC!FlCOUTCOME
1
Describe the characteristicsof the genre ofbiblical apocalyptic
SPEClIFlC OUTCOME 2
Outline the historical, socio-political and theological contexts of apocalypticliterature.
SPECl~FlCOUTCOME 3
Interpret apocalyptictexts according to the appropriate internalcriteria of the genre.
SPECjrFIC OUTCOME 4
Apply ;apocalyptic texts in a contemporary context.
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UNIT STANDARD:
.Eiroh<liizrdin ~ c r n t xi i l l r . * \ r i , i Y ' i l
investigate and compare biblical and modern concepts
of law
ISAQA US ID /UNIT STANDARD TIT!-€
11llnvestigate
16008
compare
and
biblical and modern concepts
of
[SGB NAME
ISGB Christian Theoloqv and Ministrv
IABET
BAND
I
IUndefined
IHuman andStudies
Social
IReligious
and
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
-
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
1
law
I
IPROVIDER
NAME
I
I
Ethical Foundations of Society
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe the characteristics of the genre of Biblical law
SPECIFIC OUTCOME2
Interpret texts of Biblical law accordingto the appropriate internalcriteria of the genre.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Outline contemporary perspectiveson justice and morality.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Interpret and apply texts of Biblical law in contemporary contexts.
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UNIT STANDARD:
E
SAQA US iD UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Investigate and critiquebiblical and modern prophecy
116010
ABET BAND
Undefined
~
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FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
t
UNIT !STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
-
~~
PROVIDER NAME
~
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SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
-
UNIT S T A ~ D A R DTYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME 1
Describe the characteristicsof the genre of prophecy.
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME2
Outline the historical, socio-political and theological contexts of prophetic literature.
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME 3
Interpret prophetic texts accordingto the appropriate internalcriteria of the genre.
SPECI'FIC OUTCOME 4
Apply prophetic texts in a contemporary context.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Investigate and evaluate biblical and modern wisdom
SAQA US ID
116015
UNIT STANDARD T/TLE
Investigate and evaluate biblical and modern wisdom
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theologyand Ministpj
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
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ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
1
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
[Regular
INQF LEVEL
5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECINC OUTCOME 1
Describe the characteristics of the genre of wisdcm.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Outline the historical, socio-economic and theological contexts of wisdom
literature.
SPE ClFlC OUTCOME 3
Interpret wisdom texts according to the appropriate internalcriteria of the genre.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Apply material from the wisdom genre in a contemporary context.
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llnvestigate the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth
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Specufic Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe the historical, religious, social and political background to the life of Jesus.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and compare the different Gospel presentationof the life and ministry of Jesusof Nazaret.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe the significanceof the person of Jesus Christ within the context
of first century.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Interpret the personand teaching of Jesus for people within the learner's own context.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Lead worship
SAQA US iD
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UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Lead worship
SGB NAME
SGB Christian
Theology
and
Ministry
HELD DESCRjPTlON
Human and Social Studies
UNiT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Explain the nature and origin of Christian worship.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Explore the way in which worship and culture influence each other.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Develop a theologyof the service of worshipas it is expressed in the learner's tradition
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Apply theology of the Christian sacramentsto worship services.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 5
Explore the use of architecture, art, colour and symbolism in worship.
SPEClFiC OUTCOME 6
Develop the skill of leading a congregation in worship.
SPECIFIC OU7 I.ORE 7
Develop an understanding of theology of prayer and apply it to the corporate prayer of the worship.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 8
Use music in Christian worship
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 9
Investigate the history and nature of the Christian calendar and apply
it in worship,
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UNIT STANDARD:
Outline and applybasic Christian ethics
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SAQA US ID
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UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Outline and apply basic Christian ethics
Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
F
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
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UNIT STANDARD TYPE
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Compare definitions of Christian ethicsin a variety of historical ana other contexts.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and use basic approachesto ethical decision making.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe and engage in personal moral formation.
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UNIT STANDARD.
Strategise church reform on historical principles
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
1 16029
Strategise church reform on historical principles
SGB NAME
SGB Christian
Theology
FiELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
and
Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVlDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
IUNlT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-O-SGB
[Level
/RegularCTM
INQF LEVEL
5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe the context and processes of reform in historical perspective.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the church in the period under review.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Produce a reform strategy based on the description of reform in history and the analysis.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Apply the reform strategy to a contemporary church context,
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Translate and interpret words andtexts from the Greek New Testament for use in Christian Ministry
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Translate and interpret words and texts from the Greek New Testament foruse in Christian
Ministry
SGB PdAME
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FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
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ABET BAND
Undefined
UNiT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
MQF LEVEL
Level 5
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
1
Use basic New TestamentGreek grammar in the translation and interpretation of texts,
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Translate sections from the Greek New Testament into a modern language.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Make theological commentson New Testament Greek passages
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Work collaboratively with others towards Christian ministry
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
116038
Work collaboratively with others towards Christian ministry
SGB NAME
S G B Christian Theology and Ministry
FiELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Interact in multicultural contexts.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Investigate the basic dynamics of human relationships.
NQF LEVEL
Level 5
CREDITS
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Work in a local church under supervision
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SUBFlELD DESCRIPTION
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UNIT STANDARD TYPE
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NQF LEVEL
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SPEClFlC OUTCOME 1
Understand the principles of Field Education in a theological context.
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Develop goalsfor learning under supervision
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Work under supervision
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Assimilate learning that has taken place through
the supervision experience.
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National Diploma: Theology and Ministry
SAQA QUAL ID QUALIFICATION TITLE
National Diploma: Theology and Ministry
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
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QUALIFICATION CODE
HUM-6-National Diploma
MINIMUM CREDITS
QUAL N P E
National Diploma
NQF LEVEL
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Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
QUALIFICATION CLASS
240
6
Regular-Unit Stds Based Level
SAQA DECISION NUMBER IREGISTRATION START DATE IREGISTRATIONEND DATE
PURPOSE OF THE QUALIFICATION
The purpose of this qualification is to prepare learnersto apply focused analysis, knowledgeand skills in the
service and leadership, both layand ordained, of Christian communities, community organisations
and
society. This qualification produces life-long theological learners
who are equipped to raise and debate
current issues in an African and international context. The qualification also seeks to enable learners
develop, clarify and articulate a value system from a Christian perspective. This qualification
is intended to
conscientise learners with respect to issuesof justice such as gender, social disparity, disabilityand the
environment, and enable them to develop transformative communities, and contribute
to the development of
the society as a whole.
Learners who achieve this qualification can:
> Integrate and apply Christian sources in context
> Understand and position themselves in their community and contexts within the scope
of the history of
Christianity
> Analyse, articulate and communicate information effectively
> Evaluate and apply Christian theology and ethics personally andin community
> Practise and evaluate ministries in the church
Rationale for Qualification:
The majority of candidates for this qualification are likelyto be working in churches, para-church and
community organisations.The qualification will give them the opportunity to integrate knowledge ofthe
Chistian ! . ' with essential skills to minister andlea3 Christian communities and contribute to the
developmen1and transformation of the broader society,as well as develop the valuesof such Icadership.
Candidates who wish to gain an understandingof the Christian faith andto develop their own spirituality will
also benefit from this qualification. Some learners
will continue after this diplomato complete afirst degree
and thence to post-graduate studies on a higher level which maybe required for a professional qualification
by some faith communities.
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RECOGNIZE PREVIOUS LEARNING?
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LEARNlNG ASSUMED TO BE IN PLACE
Learners who register for this ollalificatinn can.
> Read and write atan advanced level in the language in which the provider offers the qualification
> Learn from written study material;
> Formulate their own viewpointsin writing;
> Organise and process new information and viewpoints that they encounter
Recognition of prior learning:
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This Qualification can be achieved wholly or in part through recognition of prior learning.
Evidence can be presented in a variety of forms, including previous localor international qualifications,
reports, testimonials mentioning functions performed,work records, portfolios, videos of practice and
performance records.
Assessment of prior learning will be done in terms of the assessment and moderation principles described
below in the note to assessors.
QUALIFICATION RULES
There will be a minimum of 240 credits awarded for the qualification. There should
be a minimum of 120
crealts ar exn levei, wnicnis at ievei 0 on ine iiGF i r l ie~rr~s
u i ii t t : i c v c i & ~ L Iip;U<a.
The minimum credits forthis qualification are 240 with 120 pegged at the exit level (6).
There may be a maximum of 48 elective credits from beyond the sub-sub-field “Theology
and Ministry”, of
which 24 may be from beyond the Field of NSB 07: Human and Social Studies.
EXIT LEVEL OUTCOMES
1. Identify and distinguish basic conceptsand theories with regardto Theology as a human and social
sciences.
2. Integrate a>? apply the range of theological concepts and disciplines.
3. Critically compare and use theological and other sources to explore faith questions and proclaim Christian
faith in context”
4.Identify, evaluate and develop their personal faithin context.
5. Engage in and articulate critical and creative theological thinkingand writing.
6. Play a moral and constructive role by developing and applying corehuman and Christian norms and
values to contexts, to facilitate moral decision making and formation.
7. Facilitate Christian pastoral ministryto individuals and communitiesand evaluate its effectiveness.
8. Promote, develop and evaluate transformative leadershipin a faith community
9. Participate constructively in multicultural and multi -faith communities.
IO. Identify and formulate transformative responsesto contemporary societal needs.
Critical cross-field outcomes:
A learner who obtains the Diploma in Theology and Ministry
(Level 6) can:
1. Identify and solve problems, make responsible decisions, demonstratingcritical and creative thinking
2. Work effectively with othersas a member of a team, group, organisation, community
3. Organise and manage oneself and one’s activities responsibly and effectively
4. Collect, analyse, organise andcritically evaluate information
5. Communicate effectively, using visual, mathematical andlor language
skills in the modes of oral andlor
written presentation
6. Use science and technology effectively and critically, showing responsibility towards theenvironment and
the health/well-being of others
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognisingthat problemsolving contexts do not exist in isolation
8. Reflect on and explore a variety of strategiesto learn more effectively
9. Participate as responsible citizens in the life of local, national andglobal communities
10. Show cultural and aesthetic awareness across a range
of social contexts
11. Explore educationand career opportunities
12. Develop entrepreneurial opportunities
ASSOCIATED ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
1.1 Demonstrate critical insight into the various viewpoints relatedto theological issues
2.1 Explain and use the unity and diversity of theological subjects
3.1 Interpret, compare and critically analyse biblical and other texts
3.2 Use other sourcesand disciplines when applicableto interpret biblicaland other texts
3.3 Critically address faith questions
3.4 Communicate the Christian faithin context
4.1 Give a critical account of the history and values of their faith communityand their personal faith
development
4.2 Integrate their personal faith development with theological discourse
and ministry in their faith
communities
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5.1 Identify, classify, analyse, compare 2nd critically evaluate different theological theories, concepts and
positions.
5.2 Critically derive theological meaning from different theological views
5.3 Present and defend arguments combining insights gained from different theological genres
6.1 Demonstrate critical insight into the complexities of current moral issues
6.2 Identify and compare key human and Christian ethical norms and values
6.3 Integrate Christian norms and values with appropriate goals, consequences and virtues for moral
decisions and actions
6.4 Appropriately engage their learning and analysis into value based decisions and actions
7.1 Identify and analyse individual, group and societal areas in need of Christian pastoral healing and other
ministries
7.2 Integrate theological understanding in effective Christian pastoral ministry
7.3 Evaluate the effectiveness of pastoral ministry in particular contexts.
8.1 Show an ability to evaluate, impart and encourage appropriate leadership forms and skills in a local faith
community
8.2 Integrate theoretical and practical competencies anticipating the development of a local faith community
9.1 Give a reliable account of the history and value of other faith communities
9.2 Analyse the impact of cultural and religious differences on inter and intra community relations
9.3 Demonstrate sensitivity towards different cultures and religions.
10.1 Develop and use analytical skills to identify and explain the needs of society
10.2 Develop contextually relevant responses to these needs
10.3 Apply these responses by proposing and implementing transformational processes and programmes
Critical cross-field associated assessment criteria:
In the form of tasks in study material, written assignments, portfolio tasks, projects, case studies and
examinations, learners will beassessed on their ability to:
1. Demonstrate the ability to:
Use central methods of enquiry of Theology as a human and social science.
Do responsible Biblical interpretation by applying recognised exegetical methods in specific contexts and
by critically evaluating other interpretations.
> Approach problems of historical and systematic interpretation in theology by analysing theologies in
relation to their respective ecclesial, cultural, economic, social and political contexts.
=. Address church and community problems by usingcreative contextual approaches to ministry
2. Demonstrate evidence of:
> Understanding the importance of a moral and constructive role in a faith community and the community at
large.
>, The ability to communicate and interact effectrvely in a group context
3. Demonstrate the ability to:
> M i s e requisite study skills and learning strategies.
> Self-evaluate, identify and address own learning needs
> Organise their own study plans.
> Think independently
4. Demonstrate the ability to:
> Use library and other resources effectively to complete tasks.
> Construct an academic essay by integrating information from a variety of sources.
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> Critically evaluate theological theories, experiences and examples
5. Demonstrate the ability to:
> Produce persuasive forms of written, oral and new media communication
> Express theological insights creatively in their first language and in terms of their culture and worldview
6. Demonstrate the ability to:
> Act with sensitivity and maturity in responding to ethical challenges
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> Formulate concrete and creative responses to community problems
7. Demonstrate the ability to:
> Show respect for personal, cultural, and theological diversity, in the context of a pluralistic society
> Identify the connection between problems of a particular faith community and larger communities
8. Show:
> Awareness of how personal biases influence one's knowledge of and attitude to people and situations
> How engagement with different types of sources fosters different learning strategies
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> Commitment to the well-being of society by developing well-informed ethical stances on community issues
> A responsible and constructive understanding of society
IO. Demonstrate:
> Sensitivity towards social diversity and divergent opinions
> Awareness of the role of cultural differences in Biblical interpretation
> Display the ability to understand the cultural and contextual roots of differences between theologies
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.Cooperste with people of other churches and theologies, and demonstrate awareness of other religions
and h ~ ; ;cooperation in societal issues could be realized
11. Demonstrate the ability to:
> Compare and evaluate various options for further study
> Become involved accountably in Christian community and society with a view to employment as a church
or community worker
12. Demonstrate the ability to:
> Identify and use the skills necessary for church development and growth
> Identify and use the skills of social analysis, interpersonal sensitivity, imaginative intelligence, emotional
maturity, and community involvement, which may lead to the creation of employment opportunities outside
church circles
INTERNATIONAL COMPARABILITY
This qualification is comparable to similar qualifications from around the world with regard to outcomes and
assessment criteria, the level of depth and complexity involved in the studyprocess, and with due regard to
notional learning time.
ARTlCULATlON OPTIONS
Early exit:
This will be possible through a Certificate in Theology and Ministry that requires
120 credits, subject to the availability of such an exit level qualification at provider
institutions.
Vertical:
The Dip Th Min (Level 6) will give access to the BTh (Level 6) degree
programmes.
Afier obtaining the B Th qualification a learner may progress to postgraduate
studies at the level of Honours, then Masters and Doctorate.
MODERATION OPTIONS
> Providers offering learning towards achievement of any of the unit standards that make up this
Qualification must be accredited through the appropriate ETQA by SAQA.
> Internal moderation of assessment must take place at the point of assessment with external moderation
provided by
the relevant ETQA according to the moderation guidelines and the
agreed ETQA procedures.
> Assessors registered with the relevant ETQA must carry out the assessment of candidates for any of the
unit standards that make up this Qualification.
CRITERIA FOR THE REGISTRAT!ONOF ASSESSORS
Assessors should keep the following general principles in mind when designing and conducting
assessments:
> Focus the initial assessment activities on gathering evidence in terms of the main outcomes expressed in
the titles of the unit standards to ensure assessment is integrated rather than fragmented. The aim is to
declare the person competent in terms of the Qualification purpose. Where assessment is across titles or at
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title level is unmanageable, then focus assessment around each specific outcome. or groups of specific
outcomes. Take special note of the need for integrated assessment.
> Make sure evidence is gathered across the entire range, wherever it applies. Assessment activities should
be as close to the real performance as possible, and where simulations or role-plays are used, there should
be supporting evidence to show the candidate is able to perform in the real situation.
> All assessments should be conducted in line with the following well documented principles of assessment
as defined below:
Principles of assessment:
> Appropriate: The method of assessment is suited to the performance being assessed.
> Fair: The method of assessment does not present any barriers to achievements, which are not related to
the evidence.
Manageable: The methods used make for easily arranged, cost-effective assessments that do not unduly
interfere with learning.
> Integrated into work or learning: Evidence collection is integrated into the work or learning process where
this is appropriate and feasible.
> Valid: The assessment focuses on the requirements laid down in the Standard; i.e. the assessment is fit
for purpose.
> Direct: The activities in the assessment mirror the conditions of actual performance as closely as possible
> Authentic: The assessor is satisfied that the work being assessed is attributable to the person being
assessed.
> Sufficient: The evidence collected establishes that all criteria have been met and thatperformance to the
required Standard can be repeated consistently.
> Systematic: Planning and recording is sufficiently rigorous to ensure that assessment is fair.
> Open: Learners can contribute to the planning and accumulation of evidence. Assessment candidates
understand the assessment process and the criteria that apply.
> Consistent: The same assessor would make the same judgement again in similar circumstances. The
judgement made is similar to the judgement that would be made by other assessors.
NOTES
Implied competence and range
Critical evidence for assessment purposes imply competence at the following:
1. Approach theological issues in a valid and accountable way, appropriate to the human and social
sciences
2. Differentiate and be able to apply relevant competencies in the range of theological subjects, e.g. Biblical
Studies, Ethics, Systematic Theology, Church Ministries, etc
3.1 Work critically and contextually with theological, biblical and 'other texts', e.g. the experience of women;
histories and creeds, current documents in churches of various groupings, and narratives, archaeology and
history
3.2 Ability to interpret biblical and other texts respopsibly and creatively
3.3Ability to work with a varietyu of other souices, surh as concordances, commentartas, dictionaries,
encyclopaedias, monographs and journals.
3.4 Ability to communicate the Christian faith in well structured arguments showing an awareness of
audience and using academic professional discourse appropriately in various written and oral forms; writing
at various levels of publication (e.9. Church letters, journals, newspapers).
4.1 The ability to describe and present an account of their personal and communal faith
4.2 Relate with sensitivity to other faith communities in a pluralistic context
5.1 Ability to identify, classify, and critique different theological positions, using books, journals, sermons, etc
5.2 Ability to evaluate theological positions in written form, using evidence-based solutions and theorydriven arguments
6.1 Ability to base decisions and actions on a well-rounded and systematic knowledge base of Christian
sources, theology and traditions, in the African context, with cognisance of the international context.
7.1 Ability to minister with sensitivity and compassion
7.2 Ability to minister appropriately and holistically
7.3 Ability to apply essential procedures, operations and techniques in pastoral ministry
8.1 Ability to exercise appropriate leadership in a local faith community
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its
modern
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UNIT STANDARD:
Analyse and apply key Christian doctrinesin context
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
I 15906
Analyse and apply key Christian doctrines in context
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
CESCRIPTlON
FIELD
Human and Social
Studies
IReliuious
Ethical
and
Foundations
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
ISUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
I
of Societv
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Level 6
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1
Describe and critique key Christian doctrines in a range of contexts.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Outline and arlalyse a rangeof ways of constructing theology.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Compare and contrast interpretations of key doctrines
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Apply key Christian teachings to contemporary contexts.
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Analyse and construct narrative texts
SAQA US iD /UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115912
IAnalyse
and
construct
narrative
I
I
ISGB
NAME
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texts
Human and Social Studies
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(Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
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Regular
NQF LEVEL
.
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Describe the differences between 'reader-centred', 'author-centred' and 'text-centred' analysis.
SPEClFlCOUTCOME
2
Analyse how narrative passages are constructed.
SPEClFlCOUTCOME
3
Describe and analyse the characters in narrative passages.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Describe and analyse the settingof narrative passages.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
5
Write narratives using the learningsof specific outcomes 1- 4.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Analyse and evaluate approachesto church growth in relation to Christian mission
SAQA US ID
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115914
Analyse and evaluate approaches to church growth in relationto Christian mission
SGB NAME
SGB Christian
ABET BAND
Theology
and
Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
1
Analyse the growth of the Christian community recorded in the New Testament.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Review and evaluate present-day approachesto church growth in relationto Christian mission.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Recommend an approachto church growth in a selected context.
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Analyse and facilitate Christian leadership in church and social contexts
115917
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT
STANDARD
CODE
IUNlT
STANDARD
TYPE
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[Regular
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Level 6
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Identify authentic forms of Christian leadership and critique inauthentic expressionsof leadership.
SPEClFlCOUTCOME
2
Facilitate the development (or formation)of Christian leaders for ministry in the Church.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Facilitate a practical instance of conflict resolution.
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Apply pastoral counselling skills
SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD T L X E
115921
Apply pastoral counselling skills
SGB NAME
SGB
Christian
ABET BAND
Theology
and
Ministry
FiELB DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-O-SGB CTM
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Rellgious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Regular
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Gain basic knowledge of two Pastoral Counselling theories.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Know and apply one theoryof Pastoral Counselling.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
3
Describe and implement counsellingin two of the following
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Critique and practise models of Christian leadership and management
SAQA US ID
1 15926
UNlT STANDARD TlTLE
Critique and practise models of Christian leadership and management
ABET BAND
SGB NAME
SGB
Christian
Theology
and
Ministry
FiELD DESCRIPTDN
Human and Social Studies
UNiT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVlDER NAME
Undefined
SUBFfELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNiT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
INQF LEVEL
'Le\,ctl. 13
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Describe key principles of Christian leadership.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Evaluate models of Christian leadership in context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Evaluate own experiences of leadership.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Outline, apply and assess basic management structures in a church.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Describe and assess key Christian spiritualities in historical and contemporary context
SAQA US ID [UNIT STANDARD TITLE
116039
(DescribeandassesskeyChristianspiritualitiesinhistoricalandcontemporarycontext
I
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theoloclv and Ministrv
1 FiEL5 DESCRIPTION
/ABET BAND /PROVIDER NAME
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(Undefined
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,lSUBFlEL5 DESCRiPTiON
Human
Social
and
Studies
/Religious
Ethical
and
Foundations
Society
of
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Outline and evaluate classical and contemporary models of Christian spirituality.
SPECiFlCOUTCOME
2
Demonstrate the relevance and applicability of various models
to the Southern African context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Identify and address key personal aspects of spiritual formation.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Describe and evaluate the life and ministry o f
SAQA US ID
115927
Jesus o f Nazareth
UNIT STANDARD TlTLE
Describe and evaluate the life and ministry
of Jesus of Nazareth
SGB NAME
SGB-Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM-"--.
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFiCOUTCOME
1
Analyse the historical, religious, social and political background
to the life of Jesus.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe and critically compare the different Gospel presentations of life and ministry of Jesus.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Critically analyse the significance of the personof Jesus Chnst.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Interpret the person and teaching of Jesus for people within the learner's own context.
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UNiT STANDARD:
Describe feminist theology and apply it to church and society
SAQA US ID
115933
SGB NAME
SGB Christian
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Describe feminist theology and applyit to church and society
ABET BAND
Theology
and
Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
UNIT STANDARD TYPE NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Regular
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Define patriarchy and feminism.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Outline the major developments in feminist theology.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Describe and critically analyse hermeneutical and methodological approaches found in the work.
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OUTCOME
4
Critique the useof language and symbol in the liturgy and practice of the Church.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
5
Facilitate an event whichis aimed at the transformation of attitudes towards women in the Church
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UNIT STANDARD:
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115934
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UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Describe the role of biblical archaeology
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD
DESCRIPTION
ISUBFIELD
DESCRiPTlON
ABET BAND
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of Society
Human
Social
and
Studies
IReligious
Ethical
and
Foundations
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
/UNIT
STANDARD
IReqular
TYPE
INQF-LEVEL
lievel 6
I
CREDITS
112
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFiC OUTCOME
1
Give an overview of what archaeology has revealed about the material culture
of the Bible.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe the development and purposeof Biblical Archaeology
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Describe the gains made in biblical studies through Biblical Archaeology.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Describe how the methodsof Biblical Archaeology can help people today discover their identity.
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Describe, analyse and evaluatet h e historical development of Christian worship
SAQA US ID
115937
SGB NAME
SGB Christian
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Describe, analyse and evaluate the historical development of Christian worship
ABET BAND
Theology
and
Ministry
FlEhD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVIDER NAME
Undefined
SUBFlELD RESCRlPTlON
Religious and Ethical Foundationsof Society
I
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
INQF
1Reqular
LEVEL
ILevel 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFiCOUTCOME
1
Describe and analyse the Biblical and early church bases
of Christian worship.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Outline the key principles of Christian worship
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Analyse and evaluate denominational worship in historical context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Develop proposals for changed patterns of worship based on historical principles.
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Describe, evaluate and apply ecumenical principles
ISAQA
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115941
STANDARD TITLE
IDescribe,
evaluate
and
apply
ecumenical
principles
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SGB NAME
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NAME
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and
Studies
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Ethical
and
Foundations
Society
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CODE
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ST2NDARD
TYPE
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LEVEL
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Demonstrate an understanding of ecumenisrn
as a fundamental aspect of Christian faith and practice.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Analyse a church's life froman ecumenical perspective.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Challenge denominational stereotypes and conflicts biblically and theologically
SPEClFICOUTCOME
4
Propose ways of deepening collaboration between Christian bodies
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UNIT STANDARD:
Design and implement Christian Education events and programmes
SAQA US ID
115945
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Design and implement Christian Education events and programmes
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRiPTlOAI
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD D€SCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Plan, run and evaluate a Christian Education workshop within a local church context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Design a relevant Christian Education programme for a specific context.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Design a short curriculum for a selected context.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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SAQA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
115949
Develop, facilitate and evaluate appropriate Christian responses to HIV/AIDS
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
--
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ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFlELD RESCRIPTION
Religicus and Ethical Foundations of Society
--_
UNIT STANDARD TYPE ' - - NQF LEVEL
'UNIT STAN~TRFCUDE
-Level 6
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Analyse and critique definitiops of HIV/AlDS
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Present and assess a Christian theological perspective on the disease.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Organise and facilitate programmes in response to the epidemic.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Evaluate the impact of programmes.
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Engage with other faiths
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115952
Engage with other faiths
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
ABET BAND
Undefined
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
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1
Recognise and analyse the diverse nature of culture and evaluate a specific.context.~' '
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe the interaction between culture and faith.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Describe other religions and identify relevant points of contact.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Describe African Traditional Religions and identify relevant points of contact.
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115958
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UNIT STANDARD:
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Engage with the ethics of sexuality
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
F E L D DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
-_I.-~. .~
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB 6
TM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religio.us and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Describe and analyse the major areas of sexual ethics.
SPEClFlCOUTCOME
2
Construct a set of principles and guidelines based on a model of Christian ethics.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Apply those principles and guidelines to specific issues and problems of sexual ethics in context.
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UNlT STANDARD:
Engage with the principles
of Christian Education and apply them to
a variety of learning experiences
E
SAQA US lD
116021
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Engage with the principles of Christian Education and apply them to a variety of learning
experiences
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
Human and Social Studies
UNlT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-O-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Critically analyse the role and function of Christian Education
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Describe the biblical, theological and church based aspects of Christian Education.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Critically analyse effective methods of learning and teaching and apply them to Christian Education.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Plan, run and evaluate a Christian Education learning experience, event or activity.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Evaluate modern Christianity andits impact
SAQA US ID
115989
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Evaluate modern Christianity and its impact
SGB NAME
SGB~
Christian Theology and Ministry
PROVIDER NAME
ISUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
IReligious and Ethical Foundations of Society
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
I
UNIT STANDARL? CODE
-HUM-REF-0-SGB CT VI
ABET BAND
Undefined
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Level 6
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe and analyse key concepts, movements and developments associated with the rise of modernity.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Locate those concepts, movements and developments in their historical, geographical, context.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Outline and assess Christian movements within the modern period
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Critique and evaluate Christian reactions and responses to modernity.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 5
Develop strategies for constructive engagement with the contemporary world.
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Evaluate the historical interactionof Christianity with the people
of South Africa
SAQA US ID
115990
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Evaluate the historical interaction of Christianity with the people of South Africa
SGB NAME
ABET BAND
Undefined
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
E
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Regular
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Present an overview of the early religious history of the indigenous people prior to Christianity.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Outline and discuss the founding and establishment of Christianity in South Africa.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
State i3nd discuss the different missionary societies their work and the people among whom they work.
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 4
Identify, locate and discuss the reasons for the founding of the African Initiated Churches.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 5
Present and analyse the relation between Christianity and the rising of African nationalism.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 6
Discuss ttw srowth and character of Christianity in South Africa since 1948.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 7
Present an overview of African Theology and Black Theology in the South African context.
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Explore the cross as a key Christian symbol
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SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
WM-REF-O-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
I UNIT STANDARD TYPE INQF LEVEL
I CREDITS
IRenular
112
ILevel 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe and compare a range of key New Testament understandings of the death of Jesus.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and compare a range of key Christian understandings of the death of Jesus.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Outline a personal faith perspective on the cross.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Apply the doctrine of redemption in personal and community situations.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Explore the impact on relationshipsof "humanity created in the image of God"
SAQA US I5
115995
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Explore the impact on relationships of "humanity created in the image of God"
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-O-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Show that the doctrines of the Trinity and of humanity as 'imago Dei' are social models.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Critique theological and ecclesiological perspectives in the light of the two doctrines.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Apply the two doctrines to redemptive and liberative models of human relationships.
CREDITS
12
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UNIT STANDARD:
Farmulate and applv basic models of Christian ethics
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ABET BAND
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FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT S T A T K ~
CODE
D
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
PROVIDER NAME
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SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
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UNIT STANDARD
TYPE
.
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Compare and contrast models of Christian ethicsin a range of contexts
SPECIFICOUTCOME
. .
2
Apply and critique basic approaches to ethical decision making.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Describe and engage in personal moral formation.
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UNIT STANDARD:
and apply the Bible and other Christian sourcesin their coIitexts
SAQA U S ID
115997
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Interpret and apply the Bible and other Christian sources in their contexts
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRlPTjON
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPEClFICOUTCOME
1
Analyse the process by which Christian texts emerge in historical contexts.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Interpret texts in their contexts.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Apply texts in contemporary situations using broadly recognised hermeneutic methods
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Interpret biblical texts in context
SAQA US ID
116026
UNIT STANDARD TiTLE
Interpret biblical texts in context
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology~andMinistry
PROVIDER NAM€
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SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
FiELD DESCRIPTDN
Human and Social Studies
UNiT STANDARD CODE
HUM-RE.F-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined-
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STANDARD
IReclular
TYPE
lNQf LEVEL
/Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Explain hasic theories of biblical interpretation.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Describe and assess different approaches to biblical hermeneutics.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Apply a selection of approaches to biblical hermeneutics to biblical passages.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Construct creative contextual interpretations of biblical texts.
1CREDITS
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Investigate Christian foundations in the first millennium
SAQA US iD
116028
UNIT S TANDARD TITLE
Investigate Christian foundations in the first millennium
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SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRiPTiON
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNiT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
j
CREDITS
24
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME
1
Describe and analyse key concepts, movements and developments associated with the first millennium
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Locate those concepts, movements and developments in their historical, geographical, and context.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe and evaluate the dynamics of the interaction between Christianity and the social context.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Assess the early foundations of patterns of worship and Christian practice.
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SAQA LIS ID
116030
UNIT STANDARD TiTLE
Investigate Christianity in Africa
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology an6 Ministry
FIELD DESCRlPTiON SUBFIELD
Human and Social Studies
ABET BAND
Undefined
DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Fcundations of Society
UANT STANDARD CODE
1 UNIT STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
IRegular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Present an overview of Christianity as an African religion.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Critically discuss the founding of the church in North Africa.
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 3
Present an overview of the church in Nubia and Ethiopia.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Describe and analyse European missionary expansion into Africa.
SPE CIFlC OUTCOME
5
Critically analyse the response of Christianity to slavery.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
PROVIDER NAME
6
Critically analyse the responses of Christianity to colonialism.
CREDiTS
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62
UNIT STANDARD:
Investigate Christianity in the medieval centuries
US iD )UNIT STANDARD TlTLE
1116031
llnvestigate Christianity in the medieval centuries
I
I
SGB Christian Theology and bhnistry
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FIELD DESCRlPTlON
Humarl and Social Studies
I
/Undefined
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
1 UNIT S TAMDARR TYPE
NQF LEVEL
HUM-KEF-0-SGB CTM
[Regular
Level 6
CREDITS
12
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFlCOUTCOME
1
Describe and analyse key concepts, movements and developments associated with the medieval period.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Locate those concepts, movements and developments in their historical, geographical context.
SPEClFlCOUTCOME
3
Describe and evaluate the dynamics of the interaction between religion and politics
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Assess classical spiritualities and their contemporary relevance.
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ABET BAND
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SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION FIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
Human and Social Studies
UNITSTANDARDCODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Understand and appreciate children's ministry.,
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Help childrento grow in Christian maturity.
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Involve children inthe ministry of a local Church.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
5
Mobilise a local churchto care for children ina community.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
PROVIDER NAME
6
Provide pastoral care to emotionally wounded children.
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Level 6
CREDiTS
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UNIT STANDARD:
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Lead as a servant
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SAQA US ID
116037
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Lead as a servant
SCB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
E
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FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFlELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNlT STANDARDTYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
SDecific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Place Servant Leadership in the range of Leadership styles.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Develop a model of Servant leadership appropriate for an African context.
SPEClFIC OUTCOME 3
Practise servant leadership.
CREDITS
12
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UNIT STANDARD:
E
SAQA US iD
115999
UNIT STANDARD TiTLE
Practise and evaluate models of pastoral care
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FlELD DESCRiPTiUN
Human and Social Studies
UMlT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRiPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
'UNIT STANDARD TYPE
k i l a r
JMQF LEVEL
-(Level 6
1 CREDITS
I10
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Describe and evaluate key principles and skills of pastoral care.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2
Apply and critique key principles and skills in the contexts of illness and bereavement.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Describe and apply the principles of forgiveness and reconciliation to the task of healing
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Demonstrate understanding of the theology and practice of healing ministries in historical context.
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UNIT STANDARD:
66
Prepare, deliver and evaluate sermons
SABA US ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE
116001
Prepare, deliver and evaluate sermons
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SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRlPTION
Human and Social Studies
ABET
SAND
NAME
Undefined
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE
IUNiT STANDARD TYPE
NQF LEVEL
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
]Regular
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Determine sermon subjects and source and analyse material.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Prepare sermons.
SPEClFICOUTCOME
3
Deliver sermons.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
Evaluate sermons.
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UNIT STANDARD:
67
Propose a project for socio-economic transformation
ISAQA US ID 1UNIT STANDARD TfTLE
1116003
]Propose a project for socio-economic transformation
I
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SGB-Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
I
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IUndefined
I
}SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
IReligious
and Ethical Foundations of Society
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T
TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level.6
Specific Outcomes;
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Describe the essential Christian notions of social and economic well-being,
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Critically analyse social and economic structures in the light of Christian understandings.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
I
3
Propose a project or programme for the transformation of the social and economic structures.
CREDlTS
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UNIT STANDARD:
68
Reread the Bible froma woman's liberationist perspective
ISAQA US ID /UNIT STANDARD TITLE
1
116004
IReread
the Bible from a woman's liberationist perspective
I
I
[$GB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
BAND IABET
I
IUndefined
I
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NAME
I
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
UNIT STANDARD CODE UNIT
STANDARD TYPE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Give an overview of the history of the marginalisation of women in the Christian Church.
SPEClFlC OUTCOME 2
Do a historical-sociocritical study of prescribed text from both the Old and New Testaments.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3
Analyse the marginal position and role of women in differing contexts.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 4
Use the context analysed in the preceding outcome to re-read the selected biblical texts.
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69
UNIT STANDARD:
Siudy ana iive hoiistic Christian Spiriiuaiiiy
SAQA US ID
116017
UNIT STANDARD TITLE
Study and live holistic Christian Spirituality
SGBNAME
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- _and Ministry
lA5ET BAND
IUndefined
I
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SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
FIELD DESCRIPTION
Human and Social Studies
1 UNIT STANDARD TYPE
UNIT STANDARD
CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
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NQF LEVEL-..
1Level 6
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1
Identify and evaluate several classical and contemporary expressions of Christian spirituality.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Reflect upon the learner's own faith journey within the context of their own faith community.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Make a constructive contribution to the spiritual formation of a community.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Study the Old Testament in its interaction with Africa
SAQA US 15 UNiT STANDARD TiTLE
116020
Study the Old Testament in its interaction with Africa
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FiELD 5ESCRlPT!OI\/
PROVlDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
IUNiT STANDARD TYPE
INQF
IRegular
LEVEL
ILevel 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Acquire basic knowledge of the introduction to the Old Testament.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Acquire basic knowledge of significant aspects of life in an African-South African Context.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Illustrate common points of similarities between the Old Testament and Africa.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Study Old Testament texts informed by the African Context.
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UNIT STANDARD:
Use Christian spiritualities to develop a rule of life
SAQA US iD
115986
UMiT STANDARD TITLE
Use Christian spiritualities to develop a rule of life
SGB NAME
SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPTIOM
Human and Social Studies
U M T STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
Undefined
PROVIDER NAME
SUBFIELD DESCRIPTION
Religious and Ethical Foundations
of Society
-
UNIT STANDARD TYPE
Regular
NQF LEVEL
Level 6
Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
1
Survey and assess developments in Christian spirituality.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
2
Select elements from a range of models appropriate to their life contexts.
SPECiFlCOUTCOME
3
Construct and apply a rule of life
SPECIFICOUTCOME
4
Conduct a critical self-assessment.
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Write an academic report a on a given subject
lsAQAtis ID I UNIT STANDARD TITLE
1116023
iWrite an academic report a on a given subject
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SGB Christian Theology and Ministry
FIELD DESCRIPT!ON
Human and Social Studies
UNIT STANDARD CODE
HUM-REF-0-SGB CTM
ABET BAND
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UNIT STANDARD TYPE
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level 6
Regular
CREDITS
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Specific Outcomes:
SPECIFICOUTCOME
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Show competence to research relevant material using a variety of resources.
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2
Understand issues and trends surrounding the theme.
SPECIFICOUTCOME
3
Formulate a title reflecting the question or thesis of the subject material.
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