10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing – Sydney March 2020
Monday 2 March: 9:00 am - Saturday 7 March: 5:00 pm AEDT
A positive and engaging, life-changing experience!+
The 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing is the first course of its kind, offering comprehensive, practical, and accredited training in applied positive psychology, wellbeing, neuroscience and emotional intelligence.
The course delivers comprehensive, university-level content in practical and applied contexts; drawing on the latest research in neuroscience and emotional intelligence.
Graduates of the Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing agree that studying this quality course brings unexpected, profound, and life-changing experiences. The Diploma offers a breakthrough opportunity to gain a nationally-recognised qualification in positive psychology. It is designed for busy professionals who want to build expertise as well as for individuals seeking an inspiring new direction in their personal or professional life. The course will enable you to apply positive psychology in your work and in your life, knowing that it is informed by research and best-practice. You will gain the knowledge and skill necessary to increase individual, business and collective wellbeing as well as the practical tools to make a significant and positive difference in people’s lives.
- Gain a wide range of positive psychology activities, tools, and strategies you can use immediately to help people flourish
- Learn the science, theory, and latest research of positive psychology, wellbeing and neuroscience
- Participate in powerful development activities including wellbeing inventories, strengths assessments and coaching
- Complete two online electives for your specialisation
- The course is flexible and has been designed to fit in with your busy schedule
- You will walk away with practical tools you can apply for immediate results
- Our facilitators will inspire you and are highly experienced at applying and practising positive psychology
- Enrolment is easy and we will support you through the process
The Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing is recognised by the Australian Skills Quality Authority as nationally recognised training. It is also supported by the Canadian and New Zealand Positive Psychology Associations.
A Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing from the Langley Group Institute will be awarded on successful completion.
The post-nominal qualification is Dip Pos Psych.
Units of Competency
To be awarded the Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing participants must successfully complete eight units of competency made up of six core units and two electives. A robust self-paced assessment process will determine your competency.
Core Units: face-to-face training
- PPWRAT001 – Research and apply theories of positive psychology to establish and develop own level of wellbeing
- PPWDAI002 – Develop and apply interventions to leverage positive emotions
- PPWDEI003 – Develop engagement interventions for personal and professional growth
- PPWDII004 – Develop and implement interventions to increase meaning and fulfilment in different settings
- PPWDII005 – Develop and implement interventions to build positive relationships
- PPWEMA006 – Establish and monitor achievement of positive goals for personal and professional growth
- PPWAPC007 – Apply positive coaching to increase individual wellbeing
- PPWIOP008 – Increase organisational performance through application of positive leadership strategies
- PPWDIP009 – Develop and implement positive parenting interventions
- PPWDSI010 – Develop strategies for implementation to create positive communities
- PPWDSI011 – Develop strategies for implementation to create positive education institutions
- PPWADSI012 – Develop strategies for implementation to increase positive human resource practices
The Format of the Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing has been designed for the business professional. The course consists of six core modules, a choice of two elective modules and a range of assessment activities. The six core modules run over six full days of face-to-face training. In some locations, the core modules are delivered as a six-day intensive workshop and in other locations are delivered as two blocks of three days across two weeks. The two elective units are completed online at your own pace.
You have a total of 12 months to complete the course. Should you wish to complete the course in a shorter time frame that is of course very much achievable. We have mentors to guide and support you through your assessment and elective units.
All assessments are based on competency-based training and assessment principles and will result in a ‘Competent’ or ‘Not yet competent’ outcome.
Please be aware that we are more than happy to be flexible with assessments and will structure assessments around any physical or mental impairments.
The course fee for the 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing is AUD$7,500 and is GST exempt.
The payment schedule for the Diploma:
Deposit AUD$1,500 (on registration)
Instalment 1 AUD$2,000 (before starting the face-to-face training)
Instalment 2 AUD$2,000 (within one month after completing the face-to-face training)
Instalment 3 AUD$2,000 (within two months after completing the face-to-face training)
Where an employer or organisation is funding the training, full payment of AUD$7,500 can be made upfront.
Your course fees include all learning resources, an Expert Strengths Profile assessment and one hour debrief, wellbeing inventories, and morning and afternoon tea.
Payment plans are available and we are happy to discuss these flexible payment options with you.
Enrolments are accepted all year round. The course is extremely popular, so we recommend you complete your enrolment as early as possible. To guarantee your place, enrol at least eight weeks before course commencement. We are unable to confirm a Diploma will go ahead until we have reached minimum numbers, while we fully expect our courses to run we advise anyone flying interstate or internationally to wait until they have received confirmation before booking flights or accommodation. If minimum numbers have not been reached we will contact you to discuss the various options available to you.
For the full refund policy, refer to the student information handbook. You can access this here