What You Will Learn

This program will prepare you for ministry and work as a Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain. You will learn the foundations of counseling.   You will learn the different forms of counseling, how to incorporate counseling on a three-fold approach of spirit, soul, and body. Our advanced counseling class will take you beyond the foundations and prepare you to get into the issues that people have with themselves and with others. One of our flagship programs, G.O.D.14 program, you will learn the dynamics of addiction, that being with substance abuse or addictive lifestyles without drugs.  The Crisis & Trauma class will help prepare you to handle and help others through traumatic situations. 

As a student in our Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain program, you will be challenged and equipped to walk in the highest standard of ethics while learning doctrinal foundations, the power of prayer, forgiveness and spiritual authority. You will gain practical guidance and templates to conduct many services and ceremonies. Our Stress Management for Law Enforcement course included in this program will provide answers for things always thought were inevitable "parts of the job." This course will open your eyes to police life, and it will help you understand your clients.

Check out the classes below that are included in this program for more detailed descriptions. At IIFBC you can purchase complete programs or pay as you go for individual classes to earn your certifications.

What to Expect

All work is self-paced and on an individual basis. Courses are designed to build upon the student’s accumulated knowledge while also instilling confidence for practical application. Once enrolled in a course, you will have access to all content. You will need the required textbook above to begin your studies. A PDF version of the final exam is available if you prefer to complete your test offline. You will need to submit your answers through this website in order for your test to be graded and the course completed. A grade of 85% is considered passing for each of the open book exams/assignments. 

All programs should be completed within 6 years. The student that is not able to complete their program of study within the time limit may be dropped from active student status unless they apply for an extension.  Extensions for hardship cases may be applied for in writing. 

This Program Includes:

CNS101: Christian Counseling, CNS102: Advanced Christian Counseling, CNS103: GOD14® Drug Recovery Program, CNS105: Crisis & Trauma Counseling, BIB210: Ministerial Ethics, BIB240: Kings & Kingdoms, BIB250: Prayer & Perspectives, and CNS111: Law Enforcement Stress Management courses.