Certificate in Counselling Skills (Friday) // Level 2
This is a popular, part-time ‘beginners’ counselling course with a strong focus on the person–centred approach. It is delivered over 3 hours per week in 29 weeks. This course introduces learners to counselling skills development & underpinning theoretical knowledge. The course is offered with daytime or evening study options by very experienced tutors with an excellent industry reputation.
The course is for you if you are interested in:
• Learning more about counselling from three theoretical perspectives; the Person Centred Approach, the Psychodynamic Approach and CBT
• Developing confidence in listening and communication skills. This can enhance personal and professional relationships and help you understand yourself and others.
• Identifying and practicing a range of skills suited to counselling interactions
• Learning how to establish, maintain and end a counselling relationship.
• An opportunity to practically develop counselling skills within the classroom.
• A greater understanding and appreciation of yourself (personal development), ideal for increasing self-confidence and self-awareness.
• In addition, you will have the opportunity to learn about diversity and ethics relating to counselling, including creating boundaries.
This qualification gives learners the opportunity to investigate the knowledge and practice the methods needed to use counselling skills and engage in a helping interaction appropriately. This is an ideal course for those wishing to develop their communication and listening skills and can assist individuals in many working roles.
What will I study?
Modules delivered on this course are
1. Using counselling skills
2. Introduction to counselling skills theories
3. Diversity and ethics in the use of counselling skills
4. Counselling skills and personal development
This course is a practical introduction for those interested in becoming a counsellor or working in a listening capacity. Roles that can be enhanced by this course include health and social care, children’s care, learning and development, voluntary and community work.
The course will also develop your literacy/English Skills as well as information and communication technology skills.
You will have the opportunity to explore the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) ethical framework for good practice, anti-discriminatory practice. In addition, you will have the opportunity to explore your own beliefs, blocks to listening and learning and giving and receiving feedback. You will engage in self-reflection with a view to develop skills and personal qualities that align to ethical and professional counselling practice.
How will I study?
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