Latest News

News3
ACAP celebrates Wear it Purple Day

Last week, ACAP staff celebrated Wear it Purple Day to discourage discrimination against LGBTQ+ people, especially youth.

L
Posted by ACAP on 1 September 2020NEWS
News3
Australasian Mental Health and Higher Education Conference Free Webinar

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) together with James Cook University are holding a free webinar to discuss the mental health challenges faced by the higher education community in the context of COVID-19.

L
Posted by ACAP on 30 June 2020NEWS
News3
Are mental health practitioners embracing telehealth?

A new study conducted by Associate Professor Vikki Knott from the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) reveals the attitudes of Australian psychologists towards the delivery of therapy via video conferencing technology (VCT).

L
Posted by ACAP on 10 June 2020NEWS
News3
ACAP recognises outstanding teaching with The Andrew Little Teaching Award

Dr Vincent Mancini was awarded ACAP’s most recent Andrew Little Teaching Excellence Award for his approach to teaching that influences, motivates, and inspires students to learn. The Andrew Little Teaching Excellence Award recognises, encourages and rewards excellence in teaching.

L
Posted by ACAP on 17 April 2020NEWS
News3
Immerse yourself in a unique learning experience

ACAP are running virtual Experience Sessions where prospective students can ignite their curiosity and gain a fascinating insight into what it’s like to be a student at ACAP.

L
Posted by ACAP on 14 April 2020NEWS
News3
Achieving success in online delivery

ACAP moved to an online campus model on Monday 23rd March to safeguard the health and wellbeing of students and staff.

L
Posted by ACAP on 8 April 2020NEWS
News3
ACAP graduates leading the path for positive change

ACAP’s 2019 spring graduation kicked off in Sydney last Friday as over three hundred students came together to celebrate their academic achievements.

L
Posted by ACAP on 8 November 2019NEWS
News3
Exploring topical research at the 2019 ACAP Conference

The annual ACAP Conference was held on the Melbourne campus last Monday. More than 100 professionals, academics and students from diverse backgrounds in areas of social and health sciences came together to exchange research relating to the theme of Innovation in a Changing World.

L
Posted by ACAP on 5 November 2019NEWS
News3
ACAP and Navitas staff ‘join forces’ to raise money for cancer

ACAP staff joined employees from other Navitas colleges this week to raise funds for this year’s ‘Biggest Morning Tea’.

L
Posted by Mark Kennedy on 20 June 2019NEWS
News3
ACAP scores above average yet again in latest student survey

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) continues to punch above its weight in the Australian Government’s latest Student Experience Survey (SES) – scoring 83.0% for Overall Quality of Education Experience, against a national average of 79%.

L
Posted by ACAP on 21 May 2019NEWS