You can find out more about all our publicly available courses by searching our course catalogue below. You can use the categories to streamline your search.
To purchase a short course, please follow the title on the relevant course card which will load the specific course’s information page. Once here you can click the ‘enrol’ button to add the course to your ‘dashboard‘.
If you are a validated student studying on one of our programmes, enrolment to your units will be managed by our academic administrators.
Cliff College also offers some online 4 or 6 session courses which we host on TheologyX. Click the button below to search the courses on TheologyX.
Cliff College offers a variety of Christian short courses, ranging from day and weekend courses to week-long courses and off-site training. These various opportunities are designed to train the whole people of God, and provide inspiration, retreat, reflection, new learning and personal development, as well as allow participants to explore other validated courses within the college.
Many of these short courses are delivered alongside our existing ministry partners.
These are free courses accessible for enrolment by anyone. They will cover a range of topics to improve your studying experience and we will build the range of courses available over the coming months.
About This Course Our Cliff College Certificate in Parenting for Faith short course is designed to stretch, inform and inspire as those questions are explored. It is designed for those working in a professional or voluntary capacity with children, young . . .
This study skills session will look at referencing. It makes use of content prepared for Orientation and is then built upon. If you need practice at getting your head around Harvard referencing as a style, enrol yourself on this course!
In this course, Sandra provides some top tips for your assignments, and then has a further session with resources to gain a better understanding on what you’re being asked to do in a written essay. This study skills session will . . .
The Exegesis Study Skills unit is designed to help you develop the skills to analyse biblical texts in context. Accompanying the Cliff College Exegesis Guide, the unit covers nine key steps to take in exegesis and includes activities to help . . .
In this session Sandra explores with you how best to make use of sources. Activities in this session include categorisation of similar types of text close reading for statements within a text identifying arguments