The Aquila Institute offers theological training coupled with apprenticeship in a local church and BIM to give potential church planters relevant training and in the field experience, so that they are thoroughly equipped for the work ahead.
A unique aspect of our Apprenticeship model is the Business in Mission training. We desire to equip people with the theological and business skills necessary to go into a new city and start up a mission-minded business. This business will serve to financially support the church planters, quickly build relationships in the community and be used as a platform to share the gospel and plant the church. It is our hope that some of these business models will be models that we can reproduce as we train up and send more teams into new cities and neighbourhoods.
Our CBTE curriculum is made up of 21 key modules
Frequently asked questions
Are grants available?
At present, Aquila Initiative is not offering tuition grants. However, in conjuction with our Business In Mission, apprentices will have the option to work, earning an income to help offset cost of living.
How long is the course?
Although this varies for each student because our aim is competency and not course completion, It is usually a 2 year commitment. Some subjects are also offered as a modular study.
Can you help me find accomodation?
Yes. We try to arrange suitable accomodation for everyone accepted into the course.