Building a New Generation of Compassion

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Make more money. Get ahead. Beat the competition. Be part of the New Generation of Compassion!

DO better, BE better.

Time magazine describes millennials as the most self-absorbed generation that has ever existed. But they really can’t be blamed when society as a whole determines success by how much money a person has, or how many followers they have on Instagram.

When the media tells people to value vanity, greed and fame above all else, is it really any wonder that the younger generations are growing up with a warped sense of success and self-worth?

Sometimes we need to be reminded that, as humans, we are also capable of endless compassion, empathy and kindness.

Here at Australis College we are educating a new generation of givers. We are expanding our community services faculty with brand new courses, designed to give students more options and specialty in their chosen field.

The carers, youth workers and counsellors of the future will be able to complete their qualification in less time and start leaving their mark on the world through the people they help.

With our new courses, these individuals will be able to fast-track their careers in the community service industry and start making a difference in their own lives and the lives of the people around them.

It seems that a shift in compassion is already happening – with the community service industry set to experience a 24.5% increase in employment growth by 2018.

If you’re thinking there might be more to life than just consuming, and you want to experience the satisfaction that comes with helping a person in need, you should definitely consider a career in community services.

There has never been a better time to sign up for one of our courses. Australis College is offering 15% off the full price of our new courses when you pay upfront, so getting your dream qualification is now more affordable than ever.

As Nelson Mandela famously said, “What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”

So stop the selfies and start being selfless. Study a course in community services and start making a difference to the world today.