This course will provide you with a sound foundation in counselling studies, preparatory to entering level 5 practitioner training at a point where you are ready to enter a trainee placement. It introduces you to the experience of professional counsellor training and to Higher Education. Modules include Counselling Skills, Theory and Personal Development and Mental Health and Well-being.
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This course is aimed at those wishing to further develop their counselling skills. It is also a natural progression from the Introduction to Counselling Skills. The course will cover ethical frameworks, values and beliefs and confidentiality and contracting. It can provide CPD for those working in the care sector and / or provide a progression route by enabling successful candidates to apply for the Foundation Degree in Person Centred Counselling.
This qualification is aimed at those interested in developing a basic understanding of counselling. It is suitable for people working in the care sector, schools, prison service and voluntary / counselling support sectors. It is a blend of written study and practical role play with an emphasis on the development of knowledge and counselling skills through continuous assessment, together with journal work at home.
You will learn to ask for and provide detailed personal information, obtain information related to travel and accommodation, food and drink, shopping and services and emergencies. Great way to develop your skills if wanting to work with those requiring sign language services.
This course looks at identifying the aims and describing situations where mediation can be used to resolve differences; describing the role of the mediator and examples of personal bias which may compromise mediation; Using a range of mediation skills in role play and Assessing your own practice throughout the course. Excellent skills to develop for use in the workplace.
This course will give you a strong practical and academic grounding in the organisation, management and operation of the public and emergency services. Progress to the final year of the BA (Hons) Public Services course at the University of South Wales, where your studies will focus on developing your employability skills, giving you an advantage in today’s competitive employment market.
You will learn a variety of aspects of social work and social care, as well as developing skills needed for progression to a degree in Social Work, Counselling or related areas. Progress to a variety of Higher Education courses including Social Work, Youth Work, Combined Studies, Criminology, Law, Philosophy and Social Policy.
The cream of Bridgend County Borough businesses have been celebrated at the Bridgend Business Forum Awards 2015, held in conjunction with Bridgend County Borough Council and Bridgend College. The all-important winners were announced in each of the 10 categories, along with the overall Bridgend Business of the Year 2015, which was selected by a panel […]
Bridgend College is delighted to announce that two of its former learners have been shortlisted for the 2015 VQ Learner of the Year. Organised by the Welsh Government’s Department for Education and Skills (DfES), the National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) and CollegesWales, the VQ Awards help to showcase individuals and organisations that have raised […]