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.
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.