The Introduction to Psychology course at CTS College is a gateway to understanding the intricate facets of human behavior and the profound impact of psychology on various aspects of life. Encompassing a diverse range of topics such as principles, development, biological functioning, perception, learning, personality and social cognition, participants will embark on a comprehensive exploration of the field. Beyond mere academic knowledge, this course is a transformative journey that encourages self-reflection and personal growth. By delving into areas like health, stress, coping mechanisms, and social influence, participants gain insights that contribute to a better understanding of themselves and others.
This course also equips participants with tools to change and enhance their perspectives on self and relationships and not only lays the foundation for advanced studies in psychology, but also provides a broad overview of the field's applications in the real world. By the course's end, students will have acquired a specialised knowledge base, developed new ways of thinking about behavior, and cultivated positive attitudes, setting the stage for a more profound appreciation of human psychology and behavior.
Upon completion of this programme, students would be able to:
Below are some of the main features of this course:
This course utilises the following teaching methods:
This course is perfect for:
The following are the recommended entry requirements for this course:
The following would be covered in this course:
Incredible nervous system
Remembering & Forgetting
Mood disorders & Schizophrenia
|05:30 pm to 08:30 pm
|Ms. Dhanmatie Ramlakhan
|2024 - Cycle 1 - Online Classes
|Tuesday, January 30, 2024
|Tuesday, March 12, 2024
|2024 - Cycle 2 - Online Classes
|Monday, June 24, 2024
|Monday, July 29, 2024
|2024 - Cycle 3 - Online Classes
|Monday, September 2, 2024
|Monday, October 14, 2024
This course will be delivered via live online classes. Students will be provided with a link to join the class as well as other relevant instructions at least one day before the start of each class. These classes are also recorded - therefore students have the option to review the course content as often as they like.
Students would be required to complete the following assessment(s) for this course:
In order to receive the CTS College certificate of completion or participation for this course, students must attend a minimum of 75% of classes and pay any outstanding fees. Where applicable, students who do not meet the necessary assessment requirements, but attended the required amount of classes would receive a CTS College certificate of participation.
Certificates would be provided in digital format which would allow students to access, print and share their certificates 24/7 on demand. For more information on our digital certificates please click here.
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This course is offered at the affordable price of $1,200. In order to start the course, students must pay a minimum of 50% before the first class.
Students can be given a payment plan where the initial downpayment is made, with an arrangement for the remaining balance to be paid over the duration of the course. Please feel free to contact us to discuss a payment plan customised for you.
The following table shows the details for the 4 convenient ways to pay the CTS College fees for this programme:
|Paid at the Administration Office
|Paid at the Administration Office
Paid at the Administration Office
Made Payable to CTS College
|Online Bank Transfer
Paid via Online BankingClick to view full instructions »
At CTS College, we believe in crafting an extraordinary student experience. This is why we have selected Ms. Dhanmatie Ramlakhan to facilitate the Introduction to Psychology course. Ms. Ramlakhan not only imparts knowledge, but creates a learning experience where students feel valued and appreciated. She is also committed to shaping a transformative learning journey and creating an educational adventure that goes beyond the ordinary.
Ms Dhanmatie Ramlakhan is a Psychologist, Lecturer, Life-skills Tutor, and Motivational Speaker. She has studied Psychology at the undergraduate and post graduate levels and is a PhD candidate in Educational Psychology. As a lecturer, she has excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Her students consider her to be captivating and motivational. When she is not studying, she is often engaged with people centred and fun-loving activities.
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