Aspire Magazine – Autumn 2017 issue available now!
The latest edition of Aspire, CHC’s community magazine, is available now by clicking here, or the image above. This edition features a profile on CHC’s new Dean of Education, Humanities and Business, Dr Craig Murison, a report on Professor Darren Iselin’s visit to the USA and highlights from CHC’s recent professional development and campus events.
The End-of-Semester Exams and Presentations Schedule for Semester 1, 2017 is now available at http://www.chc.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2017S1-End-of-semester-exams-presentations-schedule.pdf or can also be found on the Documents page of the CHC website.
The 2018 CHC Course Guide has been released. Discover over 25 courses in Business, Liberal Arts, Education, Ministries and Social Sciences. It contains all you need to choose your course and apply at one of Australia’s leading higher education providers. Join over 2,500 graduates who have discovered the CHC edge and are now working as teachers, accountants, pastors, youth workers, counsellors and more. You can even travel to Oxford!
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DANCE Christian Heritage College
Study Dance at one of Australia’s Leading Higher Education Providers
Christian Heritage College, Brisbane (CHC) now offers Dance units within the School of Education, Humanities & Business.
Students can choose to include Dance units as part of their major or minor area of study in Education, or as elective units within any CHC course
(subject to course requirements).
Include Dance in your degree at CHC through the following options:
- As a MAJOR in the Bachelor of Education (Secondary) – include Dance as one of your two teaching areas (six units required)
- As a MINOR in in the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) – include Dance as your minor teaching area (four units required)
- As ELECTIVE units within the Bachelor of Education (Primary) or any other Bachelor degree program (including Business, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences)
Students from other universities and higher education providers are also welcome to undertake CHC’s Dance units through cross-institutional enrolment.
|DA101 Introductory Dance Technique||DA201 Advanced Dance Technique|
|DA102 Choreographic Studies||DA202 Dance History and Analysis|
|DA103 The Person of the Dancer||DA203 Issues in Dance Contexts|
|AT380 Towards a Theology of the Arts|
Angela Pratt has twenty years’ experience as a dance educator in primary, secondary and tertiary contexts. In addition to lecturing at Christian Heritage College since 2008, Angela is currently Senior Education Officer for Dance at Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), supporting and equipping dance teachers across the state and assisting in processes towards Queensland’s new senior assessment system. Angela taught at Citipointe Christian College for 16 years, establishing the college’s Dance program and teaching into the college’s arts excellence program Nova. She also brings with her extensive choreographic experience through her involvement with Brisbane-based community theatre and independent productions.
The closing date for applications to graduate in the CHC 2017 mid-year conferral period close on 1 May 2017. The form will be available on the CHC website until that date.
Students who receive their awards in the mid-year conferral period will receive their graduation documents by registered post in July/August and will be invited to participate in the annual Graduation Ceremony (December 2017 for Business, Millis Institute, Education and Social Sciences students, and March/April 2018 for Ministries students).
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Student Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Heritage College will be OPEN today, Friday 31 March, for all classes and activities.
CHC understands that school closures and ongoing road and weather conditions may affect students’ ability to attend. Please prioritise your own safety and keep in touch with your lecturers to make any necessary arrangements.
CHC will also inform you if any specific classes are cancelled due to staff being unable to attend.
Stay informed via the following websites:
Road Closures: Department of Transport and Main Roads – https://qldtraffic.qld.gov.au/
Weather Warnings: Bureau of Meteorology – http://www.bom.gov.au/qld/warnings/
CHC is currently expected to be open tomorrow, Friday 31 March. The College will provide further advice early tomorrow.
We appreciate that the extreme weather and school closures may impact upon your personal circumstances, so please exercise caution and stay away from flooded areas.