It is a critical operational objective of Chaplaincy Australia to provide our communities with well trained operatives. The different realms of Chaplaincy require various forms of interpretation and skill-sets to perform in the role suitably.
Take for example, the difference between a Chaplain placed in Emergency Services where Trauma Counselling...
Chaplaincy is such an exciting ministry that operates out of te local church and reaches into so many different areas of the community. Wherever there are groups of people, there is a great opportunity for a Chaplain to be!
Chaplaincy Australia is a department of the Australian Christian Churches (AOG) and comprises of a ...
Once trained and accredited, Chaplains and CTM's are ready and equipped for deployment.. deployment into any area of Chaplaincy!
For some it will be schools, hospitals, sports teams, homeless shelters, Aged Care Facilities, Prisons and Juvenile Justice Facilities or other community groups. The truth is ...
Are you interested in becoming a chaplain?
Don't know where to start?
Why not begin by completing some Chaplaincy Specific training that will equip you with the skills and competency to be able to support people through pastoral emergencies and crises.
Chaplaincy Australia, in partnership with Alphacrucis College, has specific Chaplaincy courses available in every state of Australia:
To find out more, please visit the following link
Chaplaincy Training or contact the Alphacrucis Course Administrator directly on 02 8893 9000
"Call A Chaplain Today"
A Chaplain is a trained person who offers care and acceptance to all, regardless of race, gender or cultural background.
- Provide a safe environment for people to share their feelings
- Help people work through life issues
- Are confidential and caring
- Assist in times of crisis