About SACAP

By | October 1, 2022
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About SACAP

Our story

Marc Feitelberg established the South African College of Applied Psychology in Cape Town in 1997. He based it on a similar model to its successful Australian counterpart – the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP).
 
SACAP grew steadily and with the advent of formalised bodies of recognition such as the National Qualifications Framework (NQF), the college achieved accreditation as a private higher education institution with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and the Council on Higher Education (CHE). This was a critical turning point for SACAP as it could package its modules into various diploma qualifications.
 
Another key event occurred when Lance Katz bought the college in 2010. Fuelled by his inspired vision of scope and scale, SACAP is now at the forefront of higher education in Applied Psychology, Management and Leadership in South Africa. The college has over 2 000 (and growing) students and has custom-designed campuses in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Pretoria and offers training to the world via its Online Campus.
 
Our grounding in applied psychology, together with our  innovative and transformative educational philosophy, produce high
quality graduates who blend skill, critical thinking and creativity to be responsive to the needs of society leading to positive change.
 

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Purpose, Vision and Mission

 
PURPOSE:
 
Educating for a better world
 
VISION:
 
Develop change-makers through innovative education.
 
MISSION:
 
Our grounding in applied psychology, together with our innovative and transformative educational philosophy, produce high-quality graduates who blend skill, critical thinking and creativity to be responsive to the needs of society leading to positive change.