The Trailblazer DTS is for explorers, pioneers, and for those that crave adventure!
10802NAT – Certificate III in Discipleship
In additional to the transformational discipleship you will receive during the training phase of your DTS, you will also have two hours per week dedicated toward training you in basic community development principles and skills. This could include water and sanitation, health education, discipleship and relationship building, and community activation and participation.
For outreach, you will be jetting off to Papua New Guinea and communities in Australia to put your knowledge and skills into practice.
If the thought of learning a new culture, cooking your meal over a fire, bathing in a river, and sleeping on the ground under a mosquito net makes your heart come alive, the Trailblazer DTS is waiting for you to join them on their next adventure!
18 July – 17 December, 2021
17 July – 16 December, 2022
Course fee: $6,490AUD*
Outreach travel expenses: $1,000 – $1,800AUD
Your course fee includes 13 weeks of missions training and 9 weeks of outreach. The training includes all of your meals, accommodation, wifi, laundry facilities, airport transfers, an Australian wildlife experience (meet a koala and feed kangaroos!) and use of our campus facilities including library, lecture rooms, computers, chapel, courtyard and cafe – right in the heart of the city, close to the beach, restaurants and shops. Your outreach includes all of your meals, accommodation, outreach shirt, visa (if required) and field supplies.
Your outreach travel expenses will cover variable costs such as flights, ferries, busses, etc.
*Does not include travel costs to and from Townsville, visa, health insurance and immunisations.
“The Trailblazer elective really opened up my perspective on how God can move and change lives in places I never knew existed. It was the adventure of a lifetime that convinced me to chase a lifetime of adventure!”
“I loved to pioneer and not knowing what was going to happen and trust God in everything. His plans were so much bigger than ours!”