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Masters course at University of Chichester gains national accreditation

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A popular Masters at the University of Chichester has recently been accredited by a national body. The MSc Coaching Psychology is the first of its kind to be officially accredited by the British Psychological Society to the delight of its lecturers.

Dr Valentina Canessa-Pollard, Programme Co-ordinator said: “We are very pleased to announce that our MSc Coaching Psychology at Chichester has earned BPS Accreditation! This is the first step to becoming a Chartered Psychologist for those who successfully complete postgraduate study here at the University of Chichester. The blend of research, evidence-based practice and sustainability truly sets us apart”.

The course, which can be studied for one year full-time or 2 years part-time, offers a solid grounding in coaching psychology theory and practice helping students to use a research and practice-informed approach to promote change for individuals, organisations and their communities that is sustainable.

Additionally, the MSc Coaching Psychology programme covers a wide range of transferrable skills with real-world value, with an emphasis on personal development, professionalism and employability.

Only a handful of places remain for the coming academic year. To find out more about the course, visit https://www.chi.ac.uk/psychology-and-counselling/course/msc-coaching-psychology/

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