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Funding is available depending you meet certain criteria. Please contact us for further information and advice.
This programme is the required progression route from 7436 Counselling Skills for those seeking entry onto the Diploma in Counselling. The Counselling studies programme continues to build upon your counselling Skills alongside developing theoretical understanding of the three main approaches to counselling (Person Centred Experiential model. Cognitive Behavioural models and Psychodynamic traditions).
The course will further explore ethical requirements for counsellors alongside an understanding of procedural issues for agency work and an emphasis on continued personal awareness within this holistic approach to training. This is a part time course 3 hours a week with a requirement for 10 hours of personal therapy (additional cost to the candidate). Assessment is through a range of techniques which will include essays, presentations, portfolios of evidence, case review, role play and agency research exam.
- GCSE grade D/3 or Functional Skills Level 1 in maths and English
- Counselling Skills Level 2 qualification
- You will need to attend an entrance interview to determine your suitability for the course against CPCAB candidate entry requirements, details of which can be found here: http://www.cpcab.co.uk/qualifications/.
Build your counselling skills alongside developing a theoretical understanding of the three main approaches to counselling:
- Person centred experiential model
- Cognitive behavioural models
- Psychodynamic traditions
Assessment & Feedback
- Portfolios of evidence
- Case review
- Role play
- Agency research exam
Part time day:
Adult, Part time evening: £800
Course fee based on 2018-19 for UK/EU students.
- You can progress onto one of our Level 4 Diplomas in Therapeutic Counselling subject to a satisfactory interview, written assessment, appropriate completion of Level 3 and tutor approval
- You can also progress to higher education at university or college, including our FdA Counselling programme at University Centre South Essex