This course is for people wishing to train to become professional counsellors. The course content consists of: Year 1: Advanced counselling skills, Person-centred counselling theory and practice, Ethical and professional issues, and Personal development. Year 2: Diversity, Supervision, Research, Personal development and Integrating theory into practice.
You will have continuous internal and external assessment involving case studies, observed practice, presentations and academic assignments. You will be required to submit a portfolio at the end of the course for external assessment. There is a two night weekend residential each year for all counselling students. You will carry out a counselling placement of 100 hours of one-to-one work with clients; you will be supervised on your placement to meet the course requirements. The course requires each student to undergo personal therapy.
An interview is essential and you must hold a level 3 counselling-related qualification or equivalent. You will also need to complete and submit some pre-interview tasks along with your application.
Dewsbury, WF13 2AS
Nationally recognised qualification
More info: Approximately £2,882, including tuition fees for two years, residential costs and exam fees – prices to be confirmed.
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