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This course will introduce students to major cultural theories and students will have the opportunity to explore social, economic and cultural aspects of diversity and anti-discriminatory practices. Students’ personal beliefs and cultural stereotypes will be examined.

Programme Fee

Awarding Body: 

This programme is designed, delivered, assessed and awarded by SEGi University through the Africa Open Learning Platform. 

Endorsement & Recognition: 

This programme is recognized and endorsed by the Seychelles Qualifications Authority (SQA), established under the Seychelles Qualifications Authority Act of 2005. 

Entry Requirements: 
Entry Requirements - No 
Age Experience - 19 Years Above 
Language Proficiency - Yes 
Numeracy Proficiency - No 
Prerequisites - No
  1. The Power of Cultural Perspective
  2. Identity in the Context of Power and Privilege
  3. Intercultural Communication in the Helping Relationship
  4. Understanding Difference and Identity
  5. Counselling Concerns
  6. Difficulties in Multi Cultural Counselling
  7. Equality and Diversity
  8. Diversity and Competence
  9. Personal Development and Growth in Diversity

Coursework 1 - 40%
Coursework 2 - 20%
Report - 40%

Credit Transfer: 
Upon successful completion of this Micro-credential certification in Diversity, Counselling and the Helping Relationship (BEd), students will be able to transfer grades and credits into the following programme(s):
  1. Bachelor of Education (Honours)
Continuing Education: 
Upon successful completion of this Bachelor of Education (Honours) programme and meeting the necessary entry requirements, students will be able to progress into the following programme(s):
  1. Master of Education by Research
  2. Master of Education by Coursework
Career Opportunities: 

School leavers who want to get a head start before joining an academic programme or a working adults who want to upskill or learn a specific skill; work with rapidly changing technology; and/or acquire specialised skills sought after by employers.