The counselling faculty at Tabor Adelaide have a strong commitment to transformational learning. Our aim is that students grow in the knowledge and skills required of professionals working within counselling and related human services sector. Our accredited post graduate courses aim to effectively integrate theory and practice which leads to potential employment opportunities.
The uniqueness of this course is evident in the following:
The Graduate Certificate in Counselling consists of four subjects to the value of 24 credit points. The subjects are designed to help students identify their strengths and weaknesses, giving students insight into how these factors may impact on their role as counsellors. Knowledge and skills are acquired through the delivery of a practical counselling education well grounded in theory.
The Graduate Certificate in Counselling offers multiple options that further enhance communication and practical counselling skills appropriate to a broad range of human service contexts such as counselling, teaching, nursing and ministry. The course also benefits individuals involved in community development, customer service roles, human resource management and youth work.
These may include a varied selection of subjects suited to student professional development needs, and are listed under the elective section the Graduate Diploma subjects.
Alternately, students may choose to do the core foundational bridging subjects:
The above subjects serve as prerequisites for counselling studies at a Graduate Diploma or Masters Level.
Course Duration: 1 year part time
Location: Tabor College, MILLSWOOD
Intake: January and Mid Year
Prerequisites: Applicants must have completed a bachelor-level qualification from a recognised tertiary institution approved by the Course Coordinator. The applicant's suitability will be assessed at a pre-selection interview.