Join us to explore the application of counselling skills in a range of different settings. Underpinning your learning is the Person-Centred Approach, which offers you a challenging and exciting opportunity to engage with counselling skills and self-development.
Ideal for those wanting to use counselling skills in their workplace and/or those wanting to continue practitioner training.
During this course, you will explore and examine theoretical and practical perspectives of the application of counselling skills in a range of different settings. Underpinning all learning is the Person-Centred Approach of Carl Rogers, which offers a challenging and exciting opportunity to work experientially and enable a deeper exploration of self-development.
The course offers continual assessment from tutor and peers. Your final assessment is via a portfolio consisting of skills feedback, self-assessment, a learning journal, and a case study.
Once you have completed this course, you will achieve an NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills.
Once you have finished this course, you will be able to use your counselling skills in the workplace, or you might like to further your knowledge and skills by joining our foundation degree in Person-Centred Counselling.
You'll need an A4 ring binder for your notes.
We recommend at least 20 hours of home study. This course also includes three Saturday workshops. Entry is only open to those over the age of 19 at the course start date.
You should complete the Interpersonal Skills Level 1 course before joining this course, but relevant prior learning will be considered by the coure tutor if: