For more than 28 years, Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) has been equipping its graduates to work in psychology and related fields such as counselling, community services, coaching and people management.
ACAP has done this through education focused on the development of practical skills and understanding in an interactive and experiential manner. College students are prepared professionally and personally to work in community and corporate settings, bringing to these places practical skills, ethics, integrity, equity, and social justice.
Degree level counselling courses are accredited with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Courses are available full or part time, on-campus or by flexible delivery, which provides interaction with other students through discussion boards and virtual classes.
Students can also choose to commence their study in February, June or September each year. With an average class size of 20 and teachers who are current practitioners in the field, there are many reasons to choose ACAP.
With ACAP, students can choose from a Diploma through to a Masters course, allowing them to start at a level that suits them.
To find out more, register for ACAP’s next information evening on Wednesday, April 18.
Tel: 1800 061 199or visit www.acap.edu.au
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