Hindu Chaplaincy Information Session 4th Feb 18

 Train as a Hindu Chaplain

What is a Hindu Chaplain

A Chaplain is a practising Hindu who acts as a mentor and a provider of pastoral care by supporting them during times of crisis or need. Australian Government permits and encourages religious Chaplains to work in Schools, Universities, Prisons (Correctional Services), Hospitals, Defense Establishments etc.

Qualifications to become a Chaplain

Chaplains should be qualified and approved by the Government and by Hindu Council of Australia. There are two levels of Chaplaincy qualifications. Anyone who has completed the initial level training and is approved by Hindu Council can work as a Chaplain.

Training Scholarship

To increase the number of Hindu Chaplains in Australia, Hindu Council has instituted two scholarships for training practicing Hindus to become Hindu Chaplains. The scholarship is available to anyone with an interest and partly pays towards the cost of training to become a Hindu Chaplain. The Scholarships on offer includes, an “Initial Training” scholarship with an amount of $200 and an “Advanced Training” scholarship for $1,000.

If you like helping people and are a proud Hindu then come to a free information session

Sunday 4th February 2018

10am-11:30am

44 Oakes Road, Winston Hills NSW 2153

For session details contact Jayanthi on 0430487781

 

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