Stage 2 of Counsellor Training
Developing Counselling Skills and Theory
Duration: 35 weeks term-time only (4 hours per session)
Academic Level: This course has been written at level 3 (think A-levels)
Group size: 8 – 12 (Subject to COVID restrictions)
What Is It & Who Is It For?
This counselling qualification aims to introduce intermediate skills and to consolidate the learning gained from an introductory course. Students will develop an understanding of the history of counselling theory and exploring the different approaches that have been developed over the years. Further personal-development activities are designed to stretch your self-awareness and you will investigate the importance of self-awareness from both an ethical and theoretical standpoint. There will an introduction to ethical practice and its relevance to counselling as a profession, including an examination of equality and diversity issues.
On completion of all units, students will be issued with a Level 3 Certificate and will be entitled to apply for the full Diploma in Integrated Relational Counselling to take the training to the next level.
It is important to note that this course is stage two of three and does not of itself provide professional recognition; you must complete all stages to be recognised as qualified
Other Useful Information
Attendance: Minimum attendance required for a pass is 90%
Assessment: 3 x written assignments; Multiple creative pieces with an reflective statements; skills observation
Additional: Recommended reading and weekly journal writing
Professionalism: Students at all levels and on all courses are required to hold a professional, respectful space. This includes being attentive, sensitive, organised, and punctual. A more detailed learning contract will need to be signed during the enrolment process.
Fees & Dates
Next Intake: January 2022
Fees for this course: TBC
Payment options: TBC