Join Us in One of Our Interactive Events
Interested in studying psychology, counselling, social work or criminology? ACAP offers a range of interactive experiences which you can join online, from the comfort of your own home.
These events will enable you to:
- Understand how you can study online, with the support of the ACAP team and resources
- Discover courses, flexible learning options and the benefits of studying at ACAP
- Realise your potential to change lives and make a difference in the world
- Ask questions about course content and job prospects
You'll hear from an ACAP educator and Course Advisers about the various courses you could study, what it's like to be a student, the flexible learning options and pathways available, career outcomes, and more. These sessions are highly informative and include specific course information in your areas of interest.
Social Work Information Session 6pm (AEDT)
You’re passionate about making a positive difference in your community. Whether it’s working in government, developing social policy, being hands-on in Australian communities or international organisations, your passion for helping others will pave the way for any rewarding health and welfare career as a Social Worker.
Counselling Information Session 7pm (AEDT)
You care about people and want to help create more positive change in this world. Studying counselling at ACAP gives you deep insight into how we think and act and why, and ways to help others develop better self-awareness for a more positive path in life. You’ll graduate with the practical skills and strategies to successfully explore a career in contemporary counselling, including how to support individuals, couples, families or groups, considering the cultural and social-political context in which they live and how this may affect them.
Criminology Information Session 6pm (AEDT)
You want to do your part in keeping our society safe, which includes understanding the minds of offenders. Our criminology courses give you deep insight into why we behave the way we do, and the effect our justice system has on our future actions. Understand our criminal justice system and its relationship to our community. Get inside the minds of criminals to understand reasons behind criminal behaviour and how criminal law and social control fits into our justice system.
Psychology Information Session 7pm (AEDT)
You’re intrigued by the human mind, and how our immediate environment affects our thinking and actions. Our psychology courses give you deep insight into why we think and act the way we do, with an understanding of the connection between an individual, society and culture.
Experience ACAP Sessions
Experience ACAP first-hand with a free live online session led by ACAP educators. Expand your mind and immerse yourself in learning, as we guide you through new concepts, fascinating case studies and intriguing research in counselling, criminology, psychology or social work.
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6 Reasons to Choose ACAP
ACAP has been specialising in human behaviour since 1983 providing a unique environment where everybody is devoted to understanding people. Our academics are experienced teachers and industry practitioners, committed to practical learning.
Learn your way with us. Study modes are flexible; on-campus, online or blended with the option to study full time or part time.
Our industry accredited courses focus on practical and experiential learning. Professional placements help create sought after graduates ready for the workforce and prepared to make a positive difference in the world.
Smaller Class Sizes
Our intimate, specialised approach to learning enables you to get to know your peers and your dedicated teachers who are committed to in depth discussions, practical skills and your personal growth.
Range of Courses
From diplomas through to postgrad Masters, ACAP creates experts in human behaviour, equipped to make a difference in the community. Study psychology, counselling, coaching, social work or criminology.
ACAP’s psychology degrees are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC), and our higher education counselling degrees are accredited by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).