Bachelor Course Unit
Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching) - 200 or 300
Bachelor of Applied Social Science - 200
Associate Degree of Applied Social Science - 200
Credit points: 6
Prerequisites: Counselling Skills COUN1011
Mode of Study: On Campus and Blended Delivery
The purpose of this unit is to provide students with an in depth understanding of the theories underpinning career counselling and assessment, and the social and organisational contexts for the practice of contemporary career counselling. The range of influences on career choice and decision making, including individual, family, social, cultural and spiritual, will be critically analysed in this unit. Students will apply career assessment and planning tools in practice to facilitate goal setting and planning, and evaluate their effectiveness. The use of technology in the twenty-first century to facilitate the practice of career counselling and assessment and improve client access to career planning will also be explored.
On completion of this unit students should be able to:
- Analyse the social and organisational context of contemporary career counselling;
- Describe and apply the major theoretical perspectives and interventions in career counselling;
- Critically analyse individual, social, cultural and spiritual influences on career choice and decision making;
- Evaluate career counselling assessment instruments;
- Describe and apply the use of technology in career counselling and assessment;
- Demonstrate an in depth understanding of theories underpinning career counselling and assessment and how they apply in the coaching context.
The workload for this unit is 9 hours per week.
Please refer to the document available here.
The required text book for this unit can be found by viewing the School of Counselling textbook list by selecting the course and trimester at the following link: http://www.acap.edu.au/current-students/managing-my-course/order-course-materials-and-text-books/
Ethical conduct and academic integrity and honesty are fundamental to the mission of ACAP. Academic misconduct will not be tolerated by the college. Please refer tohttp://currentstudents.acap.edu.au/assets/Managing-My-Course/A-Z-Policies/Academic-Misconduct-Policy.pdf for full details of the Academic Misconduct Policy.
This unit outline may be updated and amended from time to time. To ensure you have the correct outline please check it again at the beginning of the semester.