RCAA

Rehabilitation Counselling
Association of Australasia





Flinders University

Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education (Rehabilitation Counselling)

The Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education (Rehabilitation Counselling) requires four years of full-time study or the equivalent part-time. The Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education (Rehabilitation Counselling) is currently accredited by RCAA.

Course Aims

The aim of the Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education (Rehabilitation Counselling) is to equip students with specific work-integrated knowledge and skills that can be applied in a range of disability and related health and human services environments. The course prepares students for employment as disability and developmental educators, and community rehabilitation professionals.

The course has a multi-disciplinary focus, with contributions from psychology, philosophy, speech pathology, sociology, health, rehabilitation, leisure and special education. Theory and practice are closely integrated throughout the course enabling graduates to be effective practitioners in the field. Consequently, you are required to successfully complete a minimum of four supervised practicum placements throughout the degree.

In addition to core topics in the first three years, in the fourth year you will complete specified rehabilitation counselling topics and two practicum placements in a rehabilitation counselling setting.

Testimonials

Rehabilitation Counselling Skills

Vocational Assessment
Job Placement
Career Counselling