Nic Laughlin, 26, had finished the first couple of units of e-business and philosophy degrees at university before finding his calling in psychology. He took the one-year diploma pathway to undergraduate study at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) and is on-track to complete his Bachelor of Psychological Science...
For those concerned that their ATAR may not meet degree entry requirements, or if you want to gain some skills to join the workforce before progressing to a degree, graduating with an ACAP diploma in Community Services, Counselling or Youth Work is a popular alternative path to our undergraduate courses...
The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) has progressed ACAP’s Master of Social Work (Qualifying) to full accreditation status. The industry body develops, reviews and accredits the education standards for social workers, nationally.
On November 4, the NPI group of colleges including the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), Health Skills Australia (HSA) and the Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) held its second biennial conference. There were 118 faculty and students in attendance.
Elias Youssef, 34 (pictured graduating in November) is making a dramatic career change, from transportation to youth welfare. He was one of the first students to graduate from the Australian College of Applied Psychology's (ACAP) Diploma of Youth Work, which was launched in 2015.
On November 4 at its Melbourne campus, Navitas Professional Institute (NPI) held its second biennial conference, with 118 faculty and students in attendance.
Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) graduate Jade O’Brien (pictured, second from left) spent September 2016 in the hectic dual role of student and trainer. As she approached completion of her Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) studies, the former English language teacher and founder of Kenyan charity, Freedom Write Inc.
When former landscape gardener Tony was looking to pursue a new vocation from scratch, he chose to study the Bachelor of Counselling at ACAP, for the course’s match to his satisfaction in helping others, and his personal interests in psychotherapy and sociology.
While approaching completion of her Graduate Diploma of Counselling studies at ACAP, Sarah accepted a job offer as an alcohol and drug counsellor from her placement agency, SalvoCare Eastern Support and Recovery Services. Her duties combine face-to-face counselling, agency networking and care and recovery coordination.
Good people skills always came naturally to former beauty therapist, Sara. She enrolled to study the Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy at ACAP, to apply her interest in listening to others to a new profession. Sara’s commitment during her dual placement at Mosman Private Hospital – as a counsellor and...