At 3CIR, our dedication to supporting and empowering veterans, ex-service personnel, and their families extends beyond providing vocational education and training courses. As a veteran-owned and operated organisation, 3CIR is incredibly familiar with ANZAC Day’s spirit and values, thus driving its mission at 3CIR. In this post, we explore why ANZAC Day holds such a special place in our hearts and why ANZAC Day drives 3CIR’s mission forward.
Each April 25th marks ANZAC Day to honour and remember those from Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), particularly during World War I’s Gallipoli Campaign. The day serves as a solemn reminder of the sacrifices made by brave individuals serving our nations in times of conflict or peace – to pay our respects and remember those whose service has helped shape the identity and values of our countries.
At 3CIR, our founders understand the significance of ANZAC Day first-hand. Having served in both the ADF and NZDF, our founders understand first-hand its camaraderie and any unique challenges service members may face during deployment and transition back into civilian life – a commitment that drives 3CIR’s vision and mission forward.
At 3CIR, we understand that one of the best ways to honour the ANZAC spirit is by providing those who have served with the skills and qualifications they need for successful civilian careers. Our wide range of nationally recognised training programs for veterans and ex-service personnel offers them an easy path toward an enhanced future. Asset College (RTO #318718) provides courses covering diverse industries – spanning business and management to WHS. With such an expansive selection of qualifications, our students can find something to meet their interests and skills, helping to unleash their true potential and succeed in their chosen careers.
3CIR goes beyond providing educational opportunities; instead, we strive to engage with the military community on an intimate level to understand their needs and aspirations better. Our participation in initiatives like Veteran Employment Program and SoldierOn demonstrates our commitment to improving life for veterans and their families.
By forging strong connections with veteran-focused organizations and initiatives, we can work together to raise awareness and foster meaningful change for the military community. Through this cooperative approach, we create a network of support that ensures every veteran receives the assistance necessary to face whatever challenges come their way.
As we commemorate ANZAC Day, we pay our respects to the brave soldiers of Gallipoli and all who have served our nation throughout its history. 3CIR believes in keeping alive the ANZAC spirit by supporting veterans and ex-service personnel to build brighter futures for themselves and their families.
3CIR is proud of our mission of providing educational and support services tailored specifically to the unique needs of the military community. On ANZAC Day it serves as an important reminder of their sacrifices and the values that have shaped our nation – values that 3CIR strives to uphold through daily work.
At 3CIR, ANZAC Day is an integral part of our identity. We find strength and inspiration in its celebration to continue supporting veterans, ex-service personnel, and their families as they adjust to civilian life. By honouring the ANZAC spirit, we remain dedicated to providing top-quality education and training, building supportive communities within military circles, and making meaningful connections.