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ACAP Bachelor of Psychological Science Criminology major stream widens career prospects in justice

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) has enhanced its Bachelor of Psychological Science by adding a Criminology major stream. The update is in response to students’ growing interest in professions in criminology and justice. The new course content is designed to provide marketable career skills at the undergraduate level,...

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Posted by on 12 May 2016NEWS
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Student experience the top priority at new ACAP Sydney campus

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) is pleased to announce that its Sydney campus is moving to new purpose-built premises in the CBD. ACAP is part of the Navitas Group, which is a global education provider to more than 55,000 students annually.

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Posted by on 1 March 2016NEWS
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ACAP Diploma students explore work opportunities at VET Industry Day

The Australian College of Applied Psychology held its first VET Industry Day on February 10, with more than 100 current and newly enrolled diploma students attending the expo.

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Posted by Virginia on 18 February 2016NEWS
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Course spotlight: Diploma of Youth Work

After an overseas adventure where he spent time working with troubled young people in the UK, Jackson Raymond was inspired to become a youth worker. On return home he enrolled in ACAP’s Diploma of Youth Work and began studying the one-year full-time course this year.

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Posted by Virginia on 5 February 2016NEWS
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Graduate’s thesis leads to $50,000 grant for Indigenous Women’s health

ACAP began 2016 with a special reason to celebrate. Research conducted for her Master dissertation by ACAP Master of Psychology (Clinical) graduate Mary Goslett (pictured) has led to a $50,000 grant to help support Indigenous women in regional NSW.

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Posted by Virginia on 1 February 2016NEWS
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ACAP Psychology courses achieve full accreditation status

ACAP is pleased to announce that we have received accreditation without conditions from the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) for all of our psychology courses offered through the School of Psychological Sciences until December 2020.

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Posted by Virginia on 18 January 2016NEWS
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2016 ACAP Scholarship Deadlines Approaching

ACAP provides annual scholarships for a selection of counselling and psychology courses. Our 2016 applications close at the end of January for the following School of Counselling and Psychology scholarships: 1. The ATSI Scholarship for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students (for any qualification)

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Posted by Virginia on 12 January 2016NEWS
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UCEC2015 – Early bird registrations now open!

Early bird registrations are now open for the University-Community Engagement Conference 2015 (UCEC2015), co-hosted by Australian College of Applied Psychology and Universiti Sains Malaysia for the Asia-Pacific University-Community Engagement Network (APUCEN). The discounted rate will available until Monday 3rd August.

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Posted by ACAP on 15 June 2015NEWS
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UCEC2015 abstract submission date extended

Due to the international nature of UCEC2015, and some requests for more time to submit abstracts, we are pleased to announce that we have extended the abstract submission date to Friday 15 May.

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Posted by ACAP on 27 May 2015NEWS
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New Course – Diploma of Youth Work CHC50413

If you want to work with and support young people across a wide range of services such as recreation, education, health, welfare and juvenile justice and protection, then the Diploma of Youth Work CHC50413 could be for you.

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Posted by ACAP on 27 May 2015NEWS