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Volunteer

Use your skills to help build healthy villages and a healthy Papua New Guinea 

Volunteering aboard the YWAM Training and Medical Ship, MV YWAM PNG, is an adventure-filled experience where you will have the opportunity to work alongside PNG’s local health workers and other like-minded people from around the globe around a shared vision: healthy villages and a healthy Papua New Guinea.

Our model is centred upon the value of the individual and their right to lead a full and productive life. With over 84% of PNG’s population living in rural areas, the isolation and lack of infrastructure makes delivering healthcare and training very challenging.

No matter what your role may be, you will have the opportunity to play your part as we work alongside national, provincial, and district health authorities to overcome isolation, strengthen rural health facilities, increase healthcare delivery, and help build capacity in the local health workforce.

Tie in with a long-term vision 

Even though you may only be onboard for a few weeks, you can be confident that your contribution is tying in to a long-term vision and strategy. We align ourselves with the goals and objectives outlined in PNG’s National Health Plan, and return to selected districts each year. Each outreach is carefully planned and centres upon serving the needs identified by relevant authorities in the district and community.

Promote Holistic Health

We recognise that there are many factors that can impact the health of an individual and community. What we do in communities is much more than delivering clinical services. Other activities may include water and sanitation projects, advocacy around gender-based violence, delivering the Community Activation and Participation (CAP) program, empowering young people, and working alongside churches and other community organisations.

Go on an adventure of a lifetime

PNG is affectionately known as the “Land of the Unexpected”. You will experience this first-hand during your volunteering experience! With over 800 languages and 1,000 tribes, you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the most diverse and beautiful nations on earth while helping to meet real needs and bring hope.

Volunteering positions

Whether you are an experienced health professional, a university student, an enthusiastic young person, a skilled mariner, a family, or a group of friends keen on adventure with purpose, we invite you to consider jumping aboard the MV YWAM PNG. 

Our volunteers represent a range of ages, skill-sets, and nationalities; including a significant number from PNG! You will be amazed at how such a diverse group of people can work together so well around a shared vision.

Below is an overview of each of our teams, along with a list of positions available to apply for.

Marine

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Many of the communities we serve are extremely isolated with diverse river systems and many uncharted coastal areas to navigate. In addition to operating the MV YWAM PNG, our crew operate the small boats that transfer teams and patients to and from the ship and villages. As work aboard allows, engineers also assist from time-to-time with repairs and installations ashore alongside locals.  The days for our crew are long but very rewarding as they use their skills to overcome isolation and help some of the most remote villages in the country receive healthcare and training. MV YWAM PNG is 60m long, 1,520 GT and has 1,576kw of engine power.

Roles Needed

Master – A-II/2 <3,000GT
Chief Mate – A-II/2 <3,000GT
Second/Third Mate – A-II/1 <3,000GT
Able Seafarer – Deck A-II/5
Chief Engineer – A-III/3 (<3,000kw)
Second Engineer – A-III/3 (<3,000kw)
Third Engineer – A-III/1 (<3,000kw)
Electro-technical Officer – A-III/6
Electro-technical Rating – A-III/7
Able Seafarer – Engine A-III/5

Higher qualifications or qualifications with Near Coastal limitations accepted. Related qualifications / experience will be considered.

Ideally, most crew will serve for a minimum of three outreaches – about 2 months.

Primary Health Care

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The primary health care teams set up mobile clinics ashore in the villages. Each day is different! Some days the teams will operate in a local health facility alongside local health workers, and other days the team may set up under a mango tree, or in a church. Supplies are transported in backpacks to ensure the clinic is mobile and easy to set up in a range of locations. The primary health care teams have an emphasis on health education, and mother and child health care as per PNG’s National Health Plan. Teams provide well-baby checks and childhood immunisations for children, and family planning and antenatal care for women.  A typical clinic day may also include a range of additional clinical care, including treatment of tropical diseases and respiratory illness, basic wound care, physiotherapy for soft-tissue injuries and therapeutic treatment and advice for individuals with disabilities. These teams also focus heavily on building capacity through peer support and training to strengthen the rural health workforce.

Roles Needed

General Practitioners
Health Extension Officers
Physician Assistants
Nurse Practitioners
Nurses
Nursing Assistants
Physiotherapists
Occupational Therapists
Midwives
Community Health Workers
Primary health care workers
Paramedics
Health Educators
Students in all above fields

Dentistry

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With approximately 1 dentist for every 100,000 people, oral health care is a huge need in Papua New Guinea. Our dental team works primarily from our onboard clinic, equipped with four dental chairs and a sterilisation area. Depending on the location, the dental team may have the opportunity to set up a mobile dental clinic with our portable dental chair in villages, enabling dental services to extend further afield. Dentists will also have the unique opportunity to work alongside local dental workers, which provides a wonderful opportunity to exchange skills and learn from one another. Treatment provided by the dental team is primary dental care (extractions, restorations, and cleanings), often addressing issues of pain for patients. Of course, oral health and hygiene education is a big focus for this team also.

Roles Needed

Dentists
Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Dental Specialists
Dental Therapists
Clinical Trainers
Oral Health Therapists
Sterilisation Technician

Optometry

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Similar to our primary health care team, the optometry team sets up mobile clinics ashore in the villages. The clinic location varies from day to day, whether it be set-up in a local school or under the mango tree. The optometry clinic is supported by the Lions Recycle for Sight program who grade all of the glasses that are donated to us before they are added to our database and matched with a patient. All who attend this clinic have their distance and reading visual acuity tested and then see an optometrist if eye glasses are needed or if further eye health care is required. There is so much joy watching an individual’s face light up after putting on a pair of spectacles and seeing again! This team also works to identify patients who need surgery for cataract or pterygium for our ophthalmology team, provides vision screening for school children, and delivers eye health education in schools and communities.

Roles Needed

Optometrists
Refraction workers

Ophthalmology

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In collaboration with PNG’s Prevention of Blindness Committee, our ophthalmology team is on a mission to help reduce reversible blindness through provision of cataract and pterygium surgery in rural and remote areas of PNG. Many of these locations are receiving this specialist care for the first time. The team works from our onboard day procedure unit equipped with two operating tables, preoperative testing area, and sterilisation area. The transformation that the ophthalmology team are a part of is incredibly special; restoring sight for someone who has been blind for several years is a joy and a privilege to witness. The ophthalmology clinic typically runs during four of our outreaches per year.     

Roles Needed

Ophthalmologists
Orthoptists
Ophthalmic Scrub Nurses
Clinical Trainers
Sterilisation Technician

Clinical Laboratory

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Our clinical laboratory gives the ability to provide diagnostic services right on the doorstep of remote villages. The lab focuses on tuberculosis, a major target disease in rural PNG. The lab uses a GeneXpert system as a first line of testing, per national algorithm, in conjunction with sputum microscopy. We also focus on collaborating with rural health facility staff and strengthening their lab skills. We welcome volunteers with suitable medical laboratory experience to join in!

Roles Needed

Laboratory Technicians
Medical Scientists

Media

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Our media team use their creative skills to not only capture the work that is happening on the ground, but to also share the stories and advocate for those living in rural and remote areas of PNG. The media team typically consists of a photographer, videographer, and writer who work together to capture what’s happening during the outreach. Computers with satellite internet and the Adobe suite are available on board to help ensure the stories, videos, and photos that are being captured can be shared with the world straight away – no matter how remote we are!    

Roles Needed

Photographers
Videographers
Writers

Hospitality

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We believe that a great hospitality team helps build community and shows care for the individual, two of our core values! While this team might seem “behind the scenes” they really do play a critical role in the atmosphere on board and how smoothly the outreaches run. With over 100 people on board, it takes a whole team of people to keep our volunteers fed, and the ship looking ship-shape! If you have a heart to serve and care for others through cooking and housekeeping, this might be the team for you! 

Roles Needed

Cooks
Housekeepers

General Volunteers

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Our general volunteers are a tribe of people who are willing to put up their hand and do whatever needs to be done during the outreach. From cleaning and cooking, to registering patients, and providing practical support to clinical teams, there is plenty of opportunity and many adventures to be had! Typically our general volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in two different teams during the outreach to give variety to the experience.

How volunteering with us works

Step 1: Apply

Each of our outreaches are up to three weeks in length and you can choose to apply for one, or multiple outreaches in a row. Once you have chosen the outreach(es) you want to join, your next step is to complete our simple online application form. The application will require you to submit a reference, resume/CV, and for medical and marine professionals, copies of your relevant qualifications (don’t worry, you can submit these details in stages!) Your application will then be processed by our registration team at our headquarters in Townsville, Australia. 

Step 2: Prepare to come

When your application has been successful, our team will guide you through everything you need to know as you prepare to join us. This includes guidance for your visa, travel vaccinations, booking flights, what to bring, and other important information to help prepare you for the journey ahead. Our team will be available to help answer any questions you have along the way. 

Step 3: Join us!

Now the adventure begins! You will fly into Papua New Guinea and join the ship at the first port of the outreach (either Port Moresby or another domestic location). Once you arrive on board, you will be taken through comprehensive orientation and training. This will give you the opportunity to get familiar with living on the ship, getting to know your teammates, learning more about PNG’s culture, and preparing you for your role. After the orientation, together we sail to our outreach location. Your day to day schedule will depend on the role you have.

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Dates and Cost

Below is our outreach schedule for 2020. 

Cost

Each outreach is 750 AUD, with the exception of Outreach 1 2020, which is 450 AUD due to the shorter length. 

The outreach fee covers: 

  • Food and accommodation
  • Transport costs (pick-up and drop-off at airport in closest city to outreach location)
  • Outreach uniform (two collared YWAM shirts)
  • Administration and resource materials
  • General ship up-keep and maintenance 

What the outreach fee does not cover:

  • Travel between your home country and the Papua New Guinean port where outreach begins
  • Visa for PNG
  • Personal spending money
  • Immunisations and malaria prophylaxis
  • Personal travel insurance policy
  • Professional indemnity insurance

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Reviews

Jennie

“It was an inspiring, heartwarming time and I am leaving feeling that together we have made a difference!”

– Jennie, Nurse, Australia

Helen

“It was the most amazing and rewarding experience of my nursery, midwifery career. I have made some life long friends.”

– Helen, Midwife, Australia

Matt

“I appreciate the level of professionalism we manage the vessel under. This vessel is managed at a high standard and a lot can be learned. We drive to have a high level of outcome, no one just “shows up.” There are multiple interests from others in what we are trying to achieve, so therefore we work very efficiently.”

– Matt Deck Officer, Australia

Jared

“I just enjoyed the trip with YWAM. Meeting a lot of people from all over the countries share their experiences is a blessing to me. But most of all seeing patients smile after the treatment is worth it and a blessing as a volunteer dental profession.”

– Jared, Dental Therapist, Papua New Guinea

Lucy

“It has been one of the best experiences of my life. I’m so thankful I have had this opportunity to serve the people of PNG.”

– Lucy, Optometrist, Wales

Alfonso

“I enjoy the hands-on-learning and opportunities as I help make a difference in remote places. I have learned so much being able to work alongside others from many different nations, as I gain skills and training to eventually become a Deck Officer.”

– Alfonso, Deck Cadet, Mexico

Kulu

“I enjoyed being on board and working with my team. I’ve learned how to make new dishes and gained further experience cooking on a ship.”

– Kulu, Cook, Papua New Guinea

Naomi

“It was so amazing to experience this kind of practical help on the front lines. The culture on the ship is so life-giving and refreshing. I also love the partnership ywam has created with PNG, it is so beautiful!”

– Naomi, General Volunteer, Canada

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Discipleship Training School

Our Discipleship Training School (DTS) gives you the opportunity to set aside five and a half months of your life to grow in your faith while serving the world around you. After 13 weeks of training and discipleship at our campus in Townsville, Australia, we take you on nine weeks of cross-cultural outreach. You will also have the option of choosing an elective, giving you the opportunity to explore your passions and calling. The DTS is a life-changing experience!

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 19 April – 18 September, 2020
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
  • 18 October 2020 – 19 March 2021
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 25 April - 24 September, 2021
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021
  • 24 October 2021 - 25 March 2022

 

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Global Health DTS

The Global Health DTS is for those who have a passion for health and community development.

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 19 April – 18 September, 2020
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
  • 18 October 2020 – 19 March 2021
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 25 April - 24 September, 2021
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021
  • 24 October 2021 - 25 March 2022

 

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Youth Ministry DTS

The Youth Ministry DTS is suited for those who are passionate about empowering and equipping teenagers to realise their potential and live a life of purpose. 

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 19 April – 18 September, 2020
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
  • 18 October 2020 – 19 March 2021
2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 25 April - 24 September, 2021
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021
  • 24 October 2021 - 25 March 2022

 

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Trekking DTS

Our Trekking DTS is for those that love hiking, are willing to rough it in the bush, and are up for a physical challenge in the least explored country on earth - Papua New Guinea.

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021

 

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Trailblazer DTS

Do you dream of unexplored places, adventure, and making a difference? The Trailblazer DTS is for pioneers, explorers, and people who crave adventure.

2020 Dates
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
 2021 Dates
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021

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Reef to Outback

The Reef to Outback DTS is a classic Australian experience where you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in Aussie culture while growing in your faith and connecting with communities.

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 19 April – 18 September, 2020
  • 18 October 2020 – 19 March 2021
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 25 April - 24 September, 2021
  • 24 October 2021 - 25 March 2022

 

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Performing Arts DTS

The Performing Arts elective is for those who have a passion for music, dance, and other forms of creative arts; particularly with a Pacific Islands expression.

2020 Dates
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
 2021 Dates
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021

 

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Media & Radio DTS

The Media & Radio DTS calls for those who are passionate about using photography, videography, radio broadcasting, writing, and other forms of media to share stories that inspire hope and change! 

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021

 

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All Generations DTS

The All Generations DTS is a classic DTS experience that welcomes the young and old, and everyone in between. It is a unique way to learn from one another while serving the world around you.

 

2020 Dates
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
 2021 Dates
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021

 

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Resources

Joining us for a Discipleship Training School (DTS) or Gap Year with us soon? We have compiled a few resources to help prepare you for the amazing journey that’s ahead!

 

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For Parents

Do you have a child that is interested in a YWAM DTS or Gap Year? We have created some resources for you as your child navigates their YWAM experience. 

 


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Global Health & Development Gap Year

Our Global Health & Development Gap Year calls those whose heart beats to see communities thriving - physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. The Global Health & Development Gap Year is designed for both those that have experience in the health / community development industry, and for those simply with an interest in healthcare missions who are needing a bit of headspace before diving into university. The Global Health & Development Gap Year is about meeting real needs, bringing hope, and seeing your life transformed in the process!

2020 Dates
  • 26 January - 11 December, 2020
  • 12 July 2020 - 2 July 2021
2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 17 December, 2021
  • 18 July 2021 - 1 July 2022

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Media & Communication Gap Year

Today, with new media technologies emerging one after another, we have more capacity to communicate than ever before! Media and communication is a powerful tool to influence change in communities. Our Media & Communication Gap Year combines our DTS and Cert IV in Marketing and Communication (BSB424215) and is designed for those who have a desire to use media and communications to affect lives, communities, and nations. You will have the opportunity to grow in your faith while sharpening your communication skills before you put them into action both abroad and in an office environment. 

2020 Dates
  • 26 January - 11 December 2020
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 17 December 2021

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Volunteer

Whether you are an experienced health professional, a university student, an enthusiastic young person, or a skilled mariner, we invite you to consider volunteering aboard the MV YWAM PNG in Papua New Guinea!

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Advocate

Join the YWAM Medical Ships team by becoming a Community Ambassador or Youth Ambassador in your local community. 

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The Ship

The MV YWAM PNG is equipped with a dental clinic, day procedure unit, laboratory, four patrol tenders, and accommodation for 130+ volunteers. 

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Our Footprint

In collaboration with national, provincial, and district health authorities, we reach isolated communities throughout the Southern Region and Morobe Province.

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Ship Locator

 

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Annual Reports

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Join YWAM Staff

Our volunteer staff team is a diverse mix of different nationalities, ages, skills, giftings, and backgrounds. Their dedication and passion makes what we do possible and we are always looking to expand our team!

 

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Communication

Good communication is essential for strong relationships, healthy families, and communities! Our mission is to help mobilise effective communicators to share good news and influence change. Our communication pathways are tailored to suit your level of experience and the time you are willing to invest.

 

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Global Health

Our global health pathways include options for both experienced healthcare professionals, and those who are looking to be trained. Whether you are supporting logistics or in the thick of treating patients in a remote village, you can be assured that you will play a vital part in helping to build healthy lives, communities, and nations!

 

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Hospitality

Hospitality is a powerful gift that helps build community and shows care for the individual. Our hospitality pathways are designed to help equip you to deliver various aspects of hospitality with excellence.

 

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Events

Events have the power to strengthen hope and build community. Our events pathways will equip you to create unique events with excellence and a bit of pizazz!

 

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Training

Training is the key to multiplication! Our training pathways are about equipping others with the skills, knowledge, and character they need to serve communities.

 


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Youth Precinct

Youth Adventures is the ultimate service based learning opportunity for young people. Wel do all the work for your school or youth group so you can do the mission!

 

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Youth Adventures

Youth Adventures is the ultimate service based learning opportunity for young people. We do all the work for your school or youth group so you can do the mission!

 

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School Programs

Our school programs are designed to empower and motivate youth to live full and productive lives. Book these engaging and interactive seminars to strengthen your young people. 

 

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Registered Training

Our certificate level training is values-based and gives young people the opportunity to practice skills while serving their local communities.

 

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Youth Ambassadors

As a Youth Ambassador you will have the opportunity to lead your peers and the wider community in helping to support the work of YWAM Medical Ships in Papua New Guinea.

 

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Work Experience

We offer the opportunity for students to complete their work experience at our city campus in Townsville. This unique opportunity gives students the ability to not only explore a future career pathway, but also get a taste of working with a local charity that is dedicated to serving the community.

 


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Introduction to Global Health & Development

Be immersed in a powerful combination of essential basic healthcare knowledge and community development training, with a focus on preventing illness, promoting holistic wellbeing, and empowering communities to develop their strengths.

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021

 

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Introduction to Communication, PR & Marketing

The Introduction to Communication, PR & Marketing is a 12-week course (with an optional additional ten-week practicum) that lays essential foundations in communication, while advancing your skills, confidence, and application in a broad range of disciplines. 

BSB42415 Certficate IV in Marketing & Communication

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Introduction to Staff & Leadership Development

A staff internship with a difference! This is a two year, hands on course that trains you in the core aspects of being a full-time volunteer with YWAM anywhere in the world. The skills and knowledge you will gain during the two years apply to much more than just the missions context, they can be transferred to your next job, ministry opportunity, or further study. 

10173NAT Certificate IV in Christian Missions

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Diploma in Advanced Leadership Development

The Diploma in Advanced Leadership Development  is a hands-on, two-year course that gives you the opportunity to develop your understanding of leadership from a Biblical perspective. The training includes a combination of classroom-style learning, practical application, and mentoring. 

10174NAT Diploma of Christian Missions Leadership

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Certificate III in Business Administration

This course is a great introduction into the business world. Your learning will give you a broad set of skills including financial administration, document production, workplace organisation, and customer service. The course includes a combination of online study and volunteer work experience at the YWAM Townsville City Campus, allowing you to gain real ‘on the job’ experience within the context of a charitable service. 

BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration

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Certificate III in Events

Our mission is to train and empower event coordinators who can facilitate excellent events that inspire and promote celebration. This course will provide a pathway for you to work for event or exhibition organisers in a range of industries. These include the tourism, travel, hospitality, sport, cultural, and community sectors. 

SIT30516 Certificate III in Events

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Certificate III in Hospitality

At the heart of our hospitality training is the desire to impart to students how excellent hospitality can express a sense of peace, value, and belonging. A Certificate III in Hospitality provides a pathway to work in restaurants, hotels, cafés, and coffee shops. 

SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality

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Introduction to Radio & Media

Introduction to Radio & Media will equip you as a radio announcer, podcaster, or audio producer. As part of your training, you will be working at 99.9 Live FM where we are announcing to over 26,000 listeners in North Queensland with the message “It's Good to Be Alive.” 

CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media

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Certificate I in  Construction

Construction is an integral part of building infrastructure and stronger communities. A Certificate I in Construction is a great introduction into the construction industry. This course will equip you with the basic skills and knowledge for the use of construction tools and materials, interpreting and reading plans, taking measurements and making calculations. 

CPC10111 Certificate I in Construction

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Our Training Approach

Our vocational training is designed for those who are seeking not only a qualification, but also an opportunity to use their vocation to serve others. We combine elements of informal, formal, and non-formal education to not only impart knowledge and skill, but also good character, important life skills, and the motivation to serve and invest into the lives of others.


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Volunteer

Looking for an opportunity to serve while meeting new people and experiencing a new culture? We have a range of dynamic volunteering opportunities in both Australia and Papua New Guinea for both groups and individuals of all ages.

 

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Building Blitz

From 19 April to 4 July 2020, we are calling on tradesmen and general volunteers to give us a hand as we build new apartments for our full-time volunteer staff at the YWAM Townsville City Campus and complete other smaller projects around our centre and at the newly acquired Youth Precinct. 

 

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Mission Build

Mission Building is a volunteer program that gives you the opportunity to experience life at our campus all while supporting our work in Australia and PNG. Join us for two weeks to three months at a time that suits you!

 

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Medical Ship

Whether you are an experienced health professional, university student, enthusiastic young person, or skilled mariner, we invite you to consider volunteering aboard the MV YWAM PNG in Papua New Guinea!

 

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Discipleship Training School

Our Discipleship Training School (DTS) gives you the opportunity to set aside five and a half months of your life to grow in your faith while serving the world around you. After 13 weeks of training and discipleship at our campus in Townsville, Australia, we take you on nine weeks of cross-cultural outreach. You will also have the option of choosing an elective, giving you the opportunity to explore your passions and calling. The DTS is a life-changing experience!

2020 Dates
  • 26 January – 26 June, 2020
  • 19 April – 18 September, 2020
  • 12 July – 11 December, 2020
  • 18 October 2020 – 19 March 2021
 2021 Dates
  • 31 January - 2 July, 2021
  • 25 April - 24 September, 2021
  • 18 July - 17 December, 2021
  • 24 October 2021 - 25 March 2022

 

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Youth Adventures

Youth Adventures is the ultimate service based learning opportunity for young people. We do all the work for your school or youth group so you can do the mission!