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Great expectations: commemorative report on 10 years of existence 1998-2008

Show simple item record Mubiana, Precious Easterbrook, Cheryl 2018-11-20T08:28:08Z 2018-11-20T08:28:08Z 2009
dc.description.abstract The year, 1998, saw the reopening of the UNISA Centre for Applied Psychology (UCAP) by Juan Nel, a man with a vision, to create a ‘space’ where people and professionals alike could be empowered. With this in mind, UCAP was born. Initially offering a number of workshops and short courses pertinent to the development of people and communities alike, UCAP has grown through the years into a reality that has added value to the lives of many, with thousands of people benefitting through skills and professional development. Its involvement now also includes research and community engagement. Like any vision, UCAP has had to overcome obstacles to be where it is today and may have many more to overcome, however UCAP has soldiered on to become one of the top accredited short learning programme providers in the country. As we celebrate this milestone – the 10th anniversary of UCAP’s existence – we take a step back to reflect on the past decade, acknowledging the rivers that we have had to cross and the mountains that have had to be climbed, as well as the achievements that have come with those challenges. Join us as we take a short journey through UCAP over the past decade. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Unisa Centre for Applied Psychology en
dc.subject Applied Psychology en
dc.subject Community engagement en
dc.subject CPD workshops en
dc.subject Conferences en
dc.subject Research publications en
dc.title Great expectations: commemorative report on 10 years of existence 1998-2008 en
dc.type Book en
dc.type Research Report en
dc.type Technical Report en
dc.description.department Centre for Applied Psychology en

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