CPCAB Person Centred Counselling Level 4 Diploma
This programme is the final step in becoming a qualified counsellor.
The focus of this programme is to continue to develop your self-awareness, challenge any stereotypes and pre-conceived notions, to develop your counselling skills and to support you while you undertake your 100-hours of voluntary placement. We continue to explore ethical and legal requirements for counsellors alongside an understanding of procedural issues for agency work.
This is a part time course, 6 hours per week (one full day in college) and also requires the learner to undertake personal therapy, 100-hours voluntary placement and supervision in line with BACP requirements. Assessment is through a range of techniques which will include essays, presentations, portfolios of evidence, case reviews, role plays and an exam at the end of the 2nd year of study.
- GCSE C/4 or Functional Skills Level 2 in English
- Counselling Skills Level 2 qualification
- Counselling Skills Level 3 qualification
- You must be able to provide an email address for your Level 3 Counselling skills tutor so a comprehensive recommendation can be obtained. Your suitability for the course will be determined against the CPCAB candidate entry requirements.
- You will need to attend an entrance interview including submission of an essay
Building your counselling skills alongside developing a theoretical and reflective practice.
Assessment & Feedback
- Portfolios of evidence
- Case reviews
- Role plays
- Level 5 Open University Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling
- Year 2 of the degree via University of East Anglia
- Level 5 CBT