What is a chaplain?
A Chaplain is a person who offers care and acceptance to all, regardless of race, gender or cultural background. Generally that care is offered in a community setting. Chaplains: listen, provide a safe environment for people to share their feelings, help people work through life issues, assist in times of crisis and earn the righ to speak into another's life.
What can a chaplain do for your organisation?
Chaplains endeavour to meet physical, emotional and spiritual needs of people. Chaplains network with other care agencies and can refer to longer term services. A Chaplain makes a significant contirbution to their marketplace, being a positive influence and offering support and genuine help.
Chaplains provide support in:
Macquarie Chaplaincy & Chaplaincy Australia is committed to providing quality accredited training to ensure that Chaplains, Pastors & Pastoral Carers are equipped to provide a high standard of care in the community. Macquarie Chaplaincy in patnership with Macquarie Leadership College offer chaplaincy courses throughout the year, for more infomation about the course offered, click here.
Areas of training