Who is this course for?
The course is suitable for individuals who have a keen interest in extending their communication skills and developing an understanding of how counselling theory can be used to influence practice in a problem solving manner. The course provides an introduction to the main psychological theories governing human behaviour and offers a valuable framework for developing a more informed approach to helping.
What are the entry requirements for the course?
Completion of Level 2 Skills is required. It is not essential that applicants are employed in care-related environments, but the assessment criteria requires individuals to practice their skills so work, including voluntary, in appropriate areas would be advantageous. Proven study at Level 3 or above. Candidates for this course need to be emotionally ready; this course is not suitable for people who have recently been through a traumatic life experience. Such distance is required for recent addiction recovery also. For guidance please speak to the administrator. An interview will be required.
How long is this course?
90 hours over one year, term time beginning Wednesday 20th September 2017 6.00pm – 9.00pm
(This course will only run if there are sufficient numbers)
What will I study on this course?
The main focus of the programme will be exploring how different theoretical perspectives of counselling can be used to structure helping processes. Topics will include exploring existential and psychoanalytical approaches and how techniques such as motivational interviewing and reality therapy can be applied in practice.
What Qualification will I gain?
Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies.
How is the course assessed?
By examination, written assignments, journals, peer and tutor work and assessed role play activities. One exam, one case study and class presentation and research at an exisiting agency.
What does this course lead on to?
Following successful completion of this course you may apply for the CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, which is offered over 2 years.
Subject to availablity, progression between counselling courses is not guaranteed.
How much will it cost?
£1,182 – This figure includes your CSCT registration fee and entry to examinations (cost increases on a yearly basis)
How can I find out more?
For further information or a pre-interview form please contact Jean England on 608515 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CPCAB Intermediate Certificate in Counselling Studies starting Wednesday 20th September 2017