The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) is pleased to announce the availability the popular degree qualification for study at the Brisbane campus.
At its Sydney campus Graduation Day on March 16, the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) acknowledged its milestones in Social Work. The event also featured unique personal celebrations for three families.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) has again fared well in the latest Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) survey of Psychology and Social Work graduates.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) celebrated its highest number of New South Wales graduands on 28 November. Around 750 people attended the graduation ceremony at the Wesley Conference Centre in the Sydney CBD.
The annual Australian College of Applied Psychology, Health Skills Australia and Navitas College of Public Safety conference was held at the Hyde Park campus in Sydney on the 30th October 2017. The theme was Educating the 21st Century Professionals: Learning, Teaching and Scholarship.
ACAP teacher and professional psychology programs coordinator, Associate Professor Kathryn Nicholson Perry, has accepted a key volunteer position at the Australian Psychological Society.
When Clara Koeck proposed a college Social Work mentor program as her field placement her teachers saw the benefits for students and alumni.
It has been a year of high achievement for counsellor Girija Dadhe, who will end 2017 with a significant career milestone to add to her impressive accomplishments.
ACAP graduate Perri Carlson MAPS has had a co-authored article published in Seizure, the official European journal of Epilepsy. Perri’s contribution to the prestigious publication came just six months after she completed her Master of Psychology (Clinical).
Civic-minded Christian Nnanyelugo Mbonu (pictured, centre, back row) was already actively representing the needs of fellow visiting students in his local Sydney community when he took on a second volunteer role that has a national perspective.
A joint project by Navitas colleges ACAP and SAE could lead the way for more VR teaching in allied health and community support.
Postgraduate psychology students from the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) are making a difference in the community by facilitating mindfulness training sessions for parents and teachers at a Sydney school for children with intellectual disabilities.