This is the Australian student application process.
Step 1: Enquire at GLO College of Ministries
Phone: Australia: (03) 6452 1061
20 King St,
Smithton, TAS, 7330
PO Box 179
Smithton, TAS, 7330
Note: International applications are due at the end of November to allow time for visa processing.
Step 2: Apply with ACCS
Fill Out an Application Form
Fill out an online application form at ccs.edu.au/vocational-application
Ensure you have all the details correct—please contact us if you have any questions. At the question “Please indicate the corresponding entity that you wish to study with” Please choose “GLO”
Read the Student Handbook
The Student Handbook is available on our policies page, or by contacting GLO College of Ministries directly.
Step 4: Course Acceptance
Letter of Approval
Upon receipt of your signed Letter of Offer, you will be issued with a Letter of Approval, which you are required to return with payment of the first trimester’s fees.
Step 5: Pay Course Deposit
Once all the conditions of your offer have been met, you will need to pay a course deposit.
This can be paid directly to the College’s bank account by cheque (made out to GLO Ministries Ltd.) Or via direct deposit.
Course Deposit: $100 This a nonrefundable cost and must be paid on receipt of acceptance letter.
Swift code ANZBAU3M
GLO Ministries Ltd.
Step 6: Pay Course Fees
All students are required to pay $1000 before commencement of the course. For the remainder of the course fees, a predetermined payment plan will be arranged with GLO College of Ministries.
Short Term Mission Trip (STM) Costs – Due to the location and nature of the STM this cost may vary between $1500 and $2500 and costs will be announced after the course starts, fees will be payable closer to time of proposed trip.
Step 7: Documentation Check
Complete a Police Check
Ministry in churches and with children is an integral part of the Cert IV in Christian Ministry & Theology. Before you can be involved in these activities, you will need to apply for a Tasmanian Working with Vulnerable People application.
Note: International students, or those who have lived overseas in the last 5 years will need to start this process as soon as possible, as it can be a lengthy process!
At the start of the course each student will need to have brought with them a current passport that has at least one year before it expires. This will be necessary if the Short Term Mission Trip is overseas.
Step 8: Turn up!
Please contact us with your time of arrival and the mode of transport you will be using to get here (ie; car / plane) and then ensure that you arrive at GLO College of Ministries, 20 King Street, Smithton, in time for the Orientation Program.