Much of Tony’s career was spent in teacher education, teaching psychology and education studies. Voluntary work as a regional coordinator for the Theological Education College of Southern Africa, and a doctorate in theology, led to him being appointed as principal of TEE College. He then spent four years in Manchester as principal of Hartley Victoria Methodist College before taking up his present appointment. Tony’s academic interests have been widely spread but include worldviews and Eastern Christian theology. His particular concern in his current post is encouraging the development of prayer and of theological understanding as part of Christian discipleship.
Discipleship Development Coordinator in the Methodist DMLN
|1967 - 1969||University of Natal, B.Sc in Biological Sciences|
|1970||University of Natal, PGCE (Secondary Education)|
|1979 - 1980||University of South Africa, BA (Hons) in Psychology|
|1984 - 1985||University of Natal, M.Ed in Educational Psychology|
|1998 - 2001||University of South Africa, Doctor of Theology in Church History|