Performance Information: Student Achievement Disclosure
The Process Work Institute is committed to an ongoing process of evaluation and reporting to ensure high program standards and continuous improvement. The following student achievement disclosure information is provided on an annual basis.
These are the self-reported data submitted to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report. The reporting period is 1 July – 30 June.
The Master of Arts in Process-Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies (MAPOF) is our integrative, foundation training program in the process oriented approach to the facilitation and study of inner and outer conflicts.
The MAPOF prepares graduates to be facilitators of psychological and group change, building on a foundation of personal growth and development, and practical facilitation training. Facilitation is a cross-disciplinary set of skills and attitudes that can be applied in conflict resolution, coaching, counseling, and organizational consultancy or leadership.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Process-Oriented Facilitation (Advanced Certificate) is our advanced training and prepares students with advanced practical competencies and the personal and professional development to take these facilitation skills into a variety of vocational applications.
Please click below to view a copy of the annual Campus Accountability report. Historical reports are also available for viewing.
This is the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its Campus Accountability Report.
Classification of Instructional Programs
The MAPOF and the Advanced Certificate are classified within the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) category of Community Psychology (42.2802) and prepare graduates for employment in the corresponding 2010 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) occupation of Manager (11-9199).
|CIP 2010 Code||CIP 2010 Program Category||SOC 2010 Code||SOC 2010 Job Title|
|42.2802||Community Psychology||11-9199||Managers, All Other|