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Kailo Training Institute adopted the Code of Ethics as presented by Inter Trauma Nexus and The Association for Christian Ministries:

As a learner in the Christian Pastoral Counselling Training Programme of Kailo Training Institute:

I SOLEMNLY PLEDGE myself to commit my life to the service of the Kingdom of God;

I WILL GIVE to my mentors and colleagues the respect and gratitude that is their due;

I WILL PRACTICE the help profession and calling with conscience, dignity and respect;

THE HEALTH AND WELL BEING OF MY CLIENT will be my first consideration;

I WILL RESPECT the secrets, which are confided in me, even after the client has died;

I WILL MAINTAIN by all the means in my power, the honour and the noble traditions of Kailo Training Institute;

I WILL NOT PERMIT considerations of age; disease or disability; creed; ethnic origin; gender; nationality; political affiliation; race; sexual orientation or social standing to intervene between my duty and my client;

I WILL MAINTAIN the utmost respect for human life and I will not use my knowledge contrary to the laws of humanity;

I hereby undertake that I will do all this to the best of my ability.

 

 

 

Kailo Training Institute has policies for the use of the website and the Learner Management System.

On the Learner Management System, there are various policies that regulate the academic programmes.

 

 

Dr Barbara Louw – Dean

D.Div; PhD Counselling; PhD Wellness & Folk Medicine; MA Soc; BTh; MIITCI; CHT; DEmed

The most straightforward way to introduce Dr Barbara Louw is to say that she is passionate about making a tangible difference in the lives of people. As an experienced Traumatologist and Pastoral Counsellor, she enables her clients to put the trauma behind them and to grow towards wellness. After dealing with the initial crisis and trauma, she adds value to her clients’ lives by being available to coach them to wholeness.

Her academic background is diverse and she is experienced in public speaking. She shares practical and theoretical knowledge by offering continuous professional development training as well as formal academic training.

Abbreviated CV of Dr Barbara Louw

 

Rev Wynand Louw – Registrar and Lecturer

BTh (Unisa);  PGDEP (UFS); PGDFP (UFS); NED (AN Eng); ADiIM;  DII; DRFM; CFMP; ICIBS

Rev. Wynand Louw is 35+ years in financial services and Ministry, working in various communities in South Africa. He is an ordained minister and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®).  The (CFP®) designation is the highest level worldwide as the standard for Financial Planners awarded by the International Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB).

He has an impressive academic and professional testimony in a wide array of fields. Rev Wynand is the Group Liason Coordinator and Mentor who coaches groups in their congregations and organisations. He guides them to achieve optimal synergy as learners work together in their unique faith community. (Read more about Groups)

Abbreviated CV of Rev Wynand Louw

 

Kailo Training Institute is a counselling school without walls. You can study anywhere in the world, provided you have access to the internet and a computer. Online programmes provide opportunities to learn and engage with people from different backgrounds and experiences.

Kailo Training Institute is a counselling school without walls. You can study anywhere in the world, provided you have access to the internet and a computer. Online programmes provide opportunities to learn and engage with people from different backgrounds and experiences.

Kailo Training Institute is a counselling school without walls. You can study anywhere in the world, provided you have access to the internet and a computer. Online programmes provide opportunities to learn and engage with people from different backgrounds and experiences.

However, you need to ensure that you have internet access.

If you know that you have a God-given calling plus energy, intelligence and aspiration you will enjoy the journey.

The most important motivation for studying is personal development (75%), followed by career/professional development (25%).

Those who enrolled on postgraduate courses indicate that the most important motivation for studying was personal development (70%), and missing out earlier in life also featured (10%).

You will be able to enjoy the programme if you have a sound achievement of English with verbal ability to express yourself.

Learners are introduced to research and writing skills, as well as a counsellor’s boundaries and ethical conduct. The Bible (in your mother tongue as well as an English translation) is the vital handbook in this course.

The most important study strategy throughout the programme will be to work and read regularly. If you feel that you struggle or get stuck, ask for assistance from the facilitator on the specific module.

Yes, you can do the first year and achieve a certificate. The core of the first year’s modules introduces learners to the essence of Christian Pastoral Counselling and helping others.

Single modules are not available as lose units, because the modules and topics form interlocking components of a specific programme with synergetic outcomes.

If you are interested in short courses visit our partner Aquilla Training.

The cost for the pre-graduate programmes is spread over 10 months, without penalties or additional interest. The cost for the postgraduate programmes is spread over 20 months, without penalties or additional interest (*).

The cost package includes:

  • Application and RPL fee (Once off) R 350-
  • Enrolment fee (Annually) R 1000-
  • Programme fee (As per contract *)
  • International certification fee is payable after completing the specific programme (As per contract).