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This CPCAB course is for people who already work within, or who want to work in, a helping field, with a view to taking their next steps in training to become a counsellor. The course will develop learners' self-awareness and provide knowledge and understanding of the necessary counselling skills leading to further theory and practice.
The following will be covered in the course:
After each session, a learning review (800-1000 words) will need to be completed.
*Disclaimer – Please note that if an applicant has
experienced a significant life event in the last 6 months i.e., Bereavement or
recovery from a mental health issue, the college has the right to refuse the
application and will recommend deferring due to the demands of the course.
** This training must be from a recognised counselling training provider:
recognised by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
or UK Counsel for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
You will need to evidence that you have undertaken skills practice and
personal development within this certification/qualification.
While a qualification in nursing, social work, psychology or similar
will support your learning and understanding of some of the theories studied in
counselling they will not have given you adequate client/help contact
nor developed your self-awareness / personal development. You may have undertaken one-to-one work with
clients, however, the nature of the counselling relationship is very different.
Exceptions: We DO NOT
accept certificates from online/distant learning suppliers.
Weekly written journals (800-1000 words), at least two tutor observations of practical skills work, written assignments, case studies, workshops and an end-of-year exam.
All students will have the opportunity to discuss assignments with their tutor during scheduled tutorials.
Progression to a Level 4 Counselling qualification.
To enrol on this course, please email
email@example.com with the course you are interested in to arrange an
interview with the course
tutor and/or Course Director. Following a successful interview, you will then
be provided with an enrolment code in order to complete your enrolment online.
Tel: 01256 354141