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NAT11231003 Lead ethical practice in a Christian ministry context

NAT11231003 Lead ethical practice in a Christian ministry context

This unit focuses on developing the skills and knowledge necessary to analyze complex ethical issues and apply a deep understanding of theology within a Christian context. Participants will refine their ability to critically assess ethical matters and provide thoughtful guidance to others. The content is specifically designed for leaders within Christian organizations who play a crucial role in identifying and addressing ethical challenges, while ensuring the maintenance of ethical standards for their community.

Description:

This unit focuses on developing skills and knowledge necessary to analyze ethical issues and apply advanced understanding of theology within a Christian context. It aims to equip individuals with the ability to critically analyze ethical matters, demonstrate ethical leadership in their own practice, and lead ethical practice within an organization.

Designed specifically for leaders in Christian organizations, this unit provides the tools and insights needed to effectively analyze ethical issues and provide guidance on ethical matters to others as part of their work.

Performance Criteria

Analyse ethical issues theologically

  • Critically analyse complex ethical matters theologically with reference to other disciplines
  • Critically analyse the relationship between theological beliefs and church practice in relation to ethical matters
  • Determine influences that shape contemporary theology and church practice in relation to a current ethical issue

Demonstrate ethical leadership

  • Determine and review Christian ethical leadership standards according to organisational requirements
  • Apply ethical standards in own leadership practice

Lead ethical practice             

  • Provide guidance and leadership on ethical matters
  • Ascertain strengths, weaknesses and threats to ethical conduct in own organisation
  • Develop solutions to mitigate threats to ethical conduct and promote ethical practices

Performance Evidence

The candidate must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in the elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role. There must be demonstrated evidence that the candidate has:

  • analysed and explained the beliefs and practices of a Christian organisation in relation to at least two areas of doctrine
  • discussed and compared the beliefs of one Christian denomination with those of another Christian denomination in at least one area of doctrine
  • described beliefs using accurate and respectful language and interpretations
  • demonstrated respectful engagement with at least one other Christian denomination

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete the tasks outlined in the elements and performance criteria of this unit. This includes knowledge of:

  • sources for Christian beliefs
  • terms expressing key Christian beliefs in own organisational context
  • beliefs and practices of at least one other Christian denomination
  • approaches to ecumenism and inter-church relations adopted in own organisational context

Assessment

Assessment must be conducted in an environment that reflects workplace conditions, with access to:

  • sources and resources that express and explain Christian beliefs suited to the organisational context in which the competency is applied
  • sources and resources that explain the beliefs of other Christian denominations

Students will present a portfolio of evidence based on the subject Christian Ethics A Biblical Theology of Morality

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