Your career in health starts here
Who is Torrens University?
JNI became part of Torrens University Australia in 2008. Our courses enable students to harness the ability to listen, empathise and nurture those in care. We provide rich, hands-on counselling experience so students can positively impact and successfully guide those in need through change and discovery.
Learn with a focus on work placements and career development.
Study in the place you like most, whether it’s on campus or at home. Whatever works best.
Receive hands-on training from experienced counsellors.
These courses are delivered by Torrens University Australia
Course overviewThe Bachelor of Community Services prepares students with theoretical and practical skills necessary to pursue a career in community and public sectors. It delivers effective skills in counselling, social policy, advocacy and welfare, as well as practical experience working with individuals and communities. Graduates may apply for membership in the Australian Community Workers Association, the peak body for community service professionals.
Course overviewThe Bachelor of Applied Social Science in Counselling is a three year full-time, dynamic qualification that will provide you with the theoretical & practical skills you need to pursue a career as a counsellor in various settings. If you are passionate about helping people this is the program for you.
Love the way you learn
Your first day at Torrens University Australia is a leap towards getting the career you dream of. Our supportive approach to learning and focus on work placements prepares students looking to make a positive change in the world. You’ll not only get the chance to forget the career of a lifetime, you’ll have everything you need to love every moment of the experience.
Graduate, Art therapist
“My study at Jansen Newman Institute has allowed me to link my ideas and creative strengths in art through the fields of psychotherapy and counselling. I now incorporate aspects of counselling, neuroscience and mindfulness into my practice and communication with others to generate greater connection across communities"