Flexible online studies to equip Christians in their local church context.

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Developing Christian Leaders for a Rapidly Changing World.

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ACOM's COVID-19 Response

Dear ACOM students, alumni, and friends.

With all that is happening in our world at the moment, we wanted to let you know what ACOM's response to  Covid-19 continues to be.

ACOM's online/distance model of ministry training has been developed over the past 20+ years and ideally equips us to respond to these changing times to ensure that ministry training not only continues but thrives.

Our students have been able to continue their studies largely without interruption. Our Student Engagement Managers, Academic and Ministry Services teams continue to be available to support our students.

All face to face facilitations and student gatherings continue online as Zoom events unless otherwise advertised.

We ask that you continue to pray for our students & the churches they represent, our communities and our world at this time.

On behalf of the ACOM team,

Neale Meredith
Interim Principal and Dean of Students


Are you interested in training for Leadership and Ministry?

Ready to Start Your Journey?

Knowing which study pathway to embark on isn’t always the easiest of tasks. That being said, you might have a rough idea of what you are passionate about or where you would like to be down the track.

The following page portals will help you find the right course to get you moving in the right direction. Whether you are studying for the first, second or third time, we have a pathway for you.

Our degrees are highly flexible, with elective units available in a wide variety of fields. You can tailor your learning to focus on areas of interest such as chaplaincy, Bible or pastoral theology.

And remember, every unit has a practical component, so you will be putting your learning into action.



Romans Online Facilitation

The book of Romans has been described as the crown jewel of Pauline Epistles. It has often been read as a summary of Paul’s New testament teaching on matters of doctrine and practice. This facilitation engages participants in a critical

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