Next Course

March-July 2017 – REGISTRATION CLOSED

Registration for the current course has now closed.

The next course will likely start in early 2018.

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Dates and venues

Two classes will be run in parallel: one on Friday evenings, starting 10th March 2017; the other on Sunday afternoons, starting 12th March 2017. These two parallel classes will cover identical material. Participants are invited to register for one of the two class options:

Option 1: Friday evening, 7.30pm-10.00pm

Term 1 (Lessons 1-5): 10 March – 7 April 2017
Term 2 (Lessons 6-10): 5 May – 2 June 2017
Term 3 (Lessons 11-15): 30 June – 28 July 2017
Venue: Adam Road Presbyterian Church, 25 Adam Road, Singapore 289894.
Travel: The nearest MRT station is Botanic Gardens MRT. For those driving, kindly park your vehicles along Arcadia Road. Please click here for further information about how to get to ARPC@Adam.

Option 2: Sunday afternoon, 2.30pm-5.00pm

Term 1 (Lessons 1-5): 12 March – 9 April 2017
Term 2 (Lessons 6-10): 7 May – 4 June 2017
Term 3 (Lessons 11-15): 2 July – 30 July 2017
Venue: Paya Lebar Methodist Church, 5 Boundary Road, Singapore 5499654. Please proceed to the Conference Room at Level 3 of the Covenant Centre.
Travel: The nearest MRT station is Serangoon MRT. Please click here for further information about how to get to PLMC.

Fees

The fees listed below cover fifteen classes and are inclusive of both course text books.
Perspectives alumni may attend future courses for free.

Early bird: registration before Tuesday 28th February 2017 (inclusive)

Working adult – S$200
Non-working adult – S$150
Full-time ministry – S$150
Student / NSF – S$150

Normal rate: registration after Tuesday 28th February 2017

Working adult – S$250
Non-working adult – S$200
Full-time ministry – S$200
Student / NSF – S$200

Discounts

Married couple – S$50 discount per couple
Member of host church (PLMC or ARPC) – S$50 discount per person

Free taster option and payment

Participants can treat the first two lessons as free taster lessons, with no commitment. Payment is not required until after the second week of the course. However, if you know you would like to commit to the course, then we encourage you to pay when you arrive for the first lesson. Paying at the start provides several advantages for you: 1. you can collect your course textbooks during the first lesson; 2. you can submit assignments to be graded; and 3. you can secure your place on the course (in case the course becomes oversubscribed). When you register, please indicate whether you would like to commit to the course and pay at the start, or whether you would like to treat the first two lessons as free tasters.

Registration

Registration for the current course has now closed.

Next course starts March 2017