Certificate in Offender Rehabilitation

Help People On The Wrong Side Of The Law. Change Their Lives for the Better.

The Certificate in Offender Rehabilitation Support is for those interested in criminal psychology and supporting individuals in turning their lives around. Learn about crime psychology, law enforcement, and offender rehabilitation.

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Enjoy the flexibility of online learning with 12 months of access time to complete your course.
Flexible, online, self-paced learning with dedicated mentor support.

Course Overview

Course Modules

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Career Outcomes

  • Welfare Officers
  • Youth Workers
  • Social Workers
  • Security Professions
  • Law Enforcement
  • Crime Prevention
  • Prison Guards

Course Fees Include

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About The Course

Take Your First Step Into A Career In Offender Rehabilitation and Criminal Psychology

Passionate about helping people on the wrong side of the law get on the right path in life? Looking for a career in law enforcement, crime prevention, youth work, social work, welfare, security, or psychology?

The Certificate in Offender Rehabilitation Support is the perfect course for anyone wanting to understand criminal psychology, the psychological approaches to understanding crime, how it is used in law enforcement, and how you can help people on the wrong side of the law get their lives back on track. You’ll learn everything you need to know to get started in offender rehabilitation including:

Abnormal Psychology: Disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, delirium, dementia, amnesic and other cognitive disorders, substance-related disorders, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, somatoform, factitious, and dissociative disorders, sexual and gender identity disorders, eating and sleep disorders, impulse-control disorders, adjustment disorder and personality disorders.

Criminal Psychology: An introduction to criminal psychology, psychological approaches to understanding crime and serious crime, psychopathy, gender and crime, youth and crime, psychology and the police, psychology in the courtroom and psychology and crime prevention.

This industry-recognised course will help you gain a better understanding of why crimes take place, and if and how offenders can be rehabilitated once they commit a crime.

Study from $26 Per Week

Want to study the Certificate in Offender Rehabilitation but can’t afford to pay upfront? No problem! This course comes with a super affordable payment plan option. Simply pay as low as $26 per week towards your course until the course is paid off and stress less.


“Very helpful through all steps so far and have been provided so many resources to succeed.” - Connor E.