CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills

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Length 1 Year
Site Broadwater Campus Map
Attendance Part Time
Course Code DFCCUY
Day / Time Tuesday - 09:30-12:30
Start 11-Sep-2018
Fees
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£830.00 £0 Not Applicable £788.50 £1,167.00

The fee you pay will depend on your individual circumstances and the course type

 

 

A - Full fee (includes tuition, any exam/reg and DBS if applicable). Some fees can be paid in instalments - click for details  

Some students may not have to pay fees if eligible for government funding - click for details

 

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D
- Discount for full payment by student before course start (some courses are not eligible)

If D displays '£0', this means this course is not eligible for a discount.


E
- Fee for international students

 


About this Course

Normally one evening per week or one morning per week.


The Course


The course is intended for anyone who wishes to learn counselling skills and/or people in a learning, helping or guidance environment.


This course gives a thorough grounding in becoming a skilled helper with the use of counselling skills. It is a stand alone course, teaching transferable communication skills for different settings and prepares the students wishing to go on to the next level of their training.


Students need to be 18 or over with life and work experience and good comprehension skills.


 

Course Content

The course aims to enable participants to acquire and develop counselling skills in order to facilitate others to develop.


The course will be person centred and participative. Counselling Skills and course content will mainly be taught experientially in small workshop groups. The course encourages self-exploration and self-awareness as ways of overcoming blocks to learning and growing both in the student and those the student may work with. The course lasts for three hours per week for three terms. (90 hours total).


Entry Requirements

Applicants will be assessed on prior learning and experience. Letter required giving reasons for application plus CV.

Assessment/Exams

Coursework and completion of learning journal. Externally marked exam.

Progression/Career Path

On completion of the course students can apply for the Level 3 course or can use qualification in work context.

Funding & Financial Support

Receiving state benefits – You may not have to pay fees at any age if you are in receipt of certain state benefits (evidence required). For details, please contact our Payment Liaison office on 01903 273140.


Income under £30,000 - If your household income is below £30,000 per year, you can contact our Financial Services office about applying for help with your expenses during your course (travel, books, childcare etc). See our Financial Support page.

Applications

Apply online or complete the application form obtainable from the College and send it to:

FREEPOST RTKJ-USRT-ARLX
Admissions Office
Northbrook Metropolitan College
Littlehampton Road
Worthing
West Sussex
BN12 6NU

Click here for more information about how to apply and to download an application form

Course Content

The course aims to enable participants to acquire and develop counselling skills in order to facilitate others to develop.


The course will be person centred and participative. Counselling Skills and course content will mainly be taught experientially in small workshop groups. The course encourages self-exploration and self-awareness as ways of overcoming blocks to learning and growing both in the student and those the student may work with. The course lasts for three hours per week for three terms. (90 hours total).


Entry Requirements

Applicants will be assessed on prior learning and experience. Letter required giving reasons for application plus CV.

Assessment/Exams

Coursework and completion of learning journal. Externally marked exam.

Progression/Career Path

On completion of the course students can apply for the Level 3 course or can use qualification in work context.

Funding & Financial Support

Receiving state benefits – You may not have to pay fees at any age if you are in receipt of certain state benefits (evidence required). For details, please contact our Payment Liaison office on 01903 273140.


Income under £30,000 - If your household income is below £30,000 per year, you can contact our Financial Services office about applying for help with your expenses during your course (travel, books, childcare etc). See our Financial Support page.

Applications

Apply online or complete the application form obtainable from the College and send it to:

FREEPOST RTKJ-USRT-ARLX
Admissions Office
Northbrook Metropolitan College
Littlehampton Road
Worthing
West Sussex
BN12 6NU

Click here for more information about how to apply and to download an application form