College of Allied Educators Malaysia, (PUSAT LATIHAN ASIA PASIFIK SDN BHD), is a premier learning institution and the learning provider of choice for special needs, counselling, psychology, and allied health and science programmes.
Besides focusing on providing accredited training programmes to parents, teachers and caregivers in acquiring practical skills and tools required to support children with special needs, the College is also expanding its training courses and services to train and help individuals professionally in the areas of counselling, psychology and allied health and science.
Since 2007, our programmes and workshops have benefitted 1,000 individuals, and counting. Whilst expansion, the College is determined and committed to continue to focus on quality programmes, workshops and services in the areas of special needs, counselling, psychology, and allied health and science, to fulfil and envision our goal to train and benefit more people professionally.
Vision & Mission
• To be a learning institution of choice for Special Needs Education.
• To be a learning institution providing quality programmes in Special Education and a pillar of support and knowledge for the Special Needs community in Malaysia.
• To provide accredited training programs for Special Education and to equip parents, teachers and caregivers tools required to support children with special needs.
His qualifications include a Postgraduate Diploma in Counseling Psychology, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from De La Salle University, a Bachelor of Theology degree from Malaysia Bible Seminary, and certification as a substance abuse counselor (CSAC) from the US.
With a very positive disposition, Chris seeks to integrate the various theories of change with experiential truths. He applies his knowledge of the various models of recovery to meet the patient’s particular needs. His own recovery from drug addiction of ten years enables him to understand the peculiarities of the addiction world. He has been drug free for 30 years