Counselling Courses at SACAP
SACAP offers the following Counselling Courses:
Bachelor of Psychology degree
The Bachelor of Psychology (BPsych) is a four-year professional qualification (NQF 8) that leads to registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HSPCA) as a Registered Counsellor.
The BPsych degree empowers you with knowledge and essential “work ready” counselling and communication skills to provide short-term supportive counselling, psycho-education and psychological assessment for the purpose of protecting and promoting psychological wellbeing with individuals and families in diverse community settings.
Learn more about SACAP’s professional degree in Psychology.
Bachelor of Applied Social Science degree
The Bachelor of Applied Social Science (BAppSocSci) is a three-year undergraduate degree (NQF 7) rooted firmly in Psychology and the Social Sciences. The BAppSocSci provides you with an ideal academic foundation for a range of careers and post-graduate study paths.
Learn more about SACAP’s degree in Psychology.
Diploma in Counselling course
The Counselling Diploma is a two-year counselling course which provides you with a solid theoretical foundation as well as applied knowledge and skills.
Learn more about SACAP’s Diploma in Counselling course.
Advanced Certificate in Counselling course
The Advanced Certificate is a one-year counselling course which provides you with an opportunity to develop applied knowledge and skills, on top of an existing foundation.
Learn more about SACAP’s Advanced Certificate in Counselling.
Higher Certificate in Counselling and Communication course
The Higher Certificate is a one-year counselling course that develops foundational knowledge and skills in an interactive, experiential and intimate learning environment.
Learn more about SACAP’s Higher Certificate in Counselling and Communication.