This course is designed to enhance knowledge and understanding in cross-cultural assessment.
Overall objectives of the program
The overall objectives of the training are to enhance:
• knowledge of cross-cultural assessment
• understanding of cross-cultural assessment
- Psychology practitioners
- Psychology professionals
- Psychology students Counseling professionals
- Counseling practitioners
- Students in Counseling
- Other related and interested practitioners, professionals & students
This is a self-paced online course. Those who wish to engage in discussions may do so through the Cross-Cultural Assessment forum.
- HPCSA Ethical Code: Ethical rules Annex 11-12; Ethical rules Annex 12
- Labour Relations Act
- Employment Equity Act
- Cross-Cultural Practice: Assessment, Treatment, and Training.By Sharon-Ann Gopaul-McNicol.
The examination consists of a report of a project on managing diversity using prescribed tools. Candidates must complete the examination within 90 days from the date of registration. Payment of full registration fee will be required to repeat the examination. INSTANT FEEDBACK!
A minimum of 70% is required for successful completion of the course. A certificate will be awarded to those who achieve this goal.
Proof of Completion
Upon completion of the course you will be awarded a certificate. The certificate will be e-mailed to you using the address you provided at registration. Should you wish the certificated to be sent to an alternate address please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to your certificate, Globallinkage.org will keep a record of individuals who have completed the course as required by the HPCSA. Globallinkage.org will keep the records for at least five years.
A non-refundable fee of R 684.00. Candidates may repeat the examination up to 3 times at no additional cost.
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