This one year course provides a thorough grounding in counselling skills, attitudes and values and their application within a variety of work settings. It is a very practical course which will introduce you to the basic skills of active listening and other helping skills.
Level: Level 2
Start Date: 06 September 2017
Adults who want to gain counselling skills for use in everyday life or to enhance skills they use in the workplace.
The course is student centred and participatory in style. It focuses on the interpersonal skills needed to form and sustain a helping relationship. You will develop your ability to communicate with people more effectively and develop more awareness of yourself, others and your interaction with people.
The course provides an opportunity to:
You will study:
You will be expected to build a portfolio throughout the course. The three methods of internal assessment used throughout the training are review of documents, assessed observation and testimony. This ensures that all aspects of practitioner development are evidenced. These three assessment methods will be used to assess training programme assignments and tasks. Together they will provide the quantity and type of evidence required to satisfy the criteria. Assessments are designed to assess your understanding of the professional framework. Your tutor will review your work informally at regular intervals and will give you feedback on your progress.
Formal assessment will consist of:
Level 3 CPCAB Intermediate Certificate in Counselling Studies.
Fees may be subject to change. Sorry, no concessions are available.
“The course has equipped me with tools, techniques, skills and lots of theories and both tutors were supportive during the course. My future plan is to complete the Level 5 course in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in September. Now that I have Level 4 under my belt it has enabled me to continue to work towards Accreditation too.”