Discipleship Training School: Are you hungry for authentic, deep, noticeable change in your relationship with Jesus? Do you desire to know what God has for you, to give you a future and hope? Then the Discipleship Training School (DTS) is for YOU! The DTS is a five and a half month adventure with God that has the potential to completely transform your life. Set in a unique live/learn community environment, there are boundless opportunities for you to know God in a deeper way and grow in exponential ways. It will be a launchpad for you to know God and make Him known. An internationally recognized curriculum will have you learning from experienced speakers who live out the principles and practices they teach. The first three months of school will offer you a time of deep revelation as well as liberating personal application. Each week we cover different topics that will help you grow in your understanding of God and His ways. The community environment equips you to learn from other Christians, be encouraged by their walk and let God develop you. After the three months of lecture, you are off to the Field Assignment. Two months of outreach will be an adventure in another country where you will have an opportunity to take what you have learned in your lectures, and through personal application, and reach out to the lost and unreached peoples of the world. Whether, you are called to long-term or short-term missions, the benefit of going into a cross-cultural location, seeing the needs of that location and then being a part of the solution, is life changing! Frequently asked questions... What are the requirements? Applicants should be a minimum of 17 years old at commencement of course and are generally required to be at least turning 18 during the course. As this course is designed to train Christians, a general entry requirement is a genuine and growing commitment to Jesus Christ and the Christian faith. DTS is a pre-requisite course to other YWAM courses through University of the Nations, as well as YWAM Staff opportunities world wide. What do lectures look like? Most weeks the lectures are held in a classroom setting in the mornings with occasional night sessions. Every week we have different topics with different speakers. The afternoons are spent in small group settings, work duties as well has some space for personal time. Other required sessions during the week include worship, intercession, personal processing times and ministry opportunities. What about Housing? All YWAM students live in shared YWAM housing with staff. Accommodation and food are provided as part of school fees. Do you have more questions? Contact us! Fill out the form above and we would love to answer any questions you may have!