Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling - Hull

CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
Date: September 24th, 2018
Days: Mondays 10 - 4.30 p.m. for two years excluding school holidays
Venue: The Holiday Inn Express, Hull City Centre, 80 Ferensway, Hull HU2 8LN
Cost: £2,580 per year for two years (420 hours of training) + cost of own supervision and therapy. (Payment in instalments possible but a non-returnable deposit to secure a place is required.)
Location: The Holiday Inn Express is a modern hotel with good quality training facilities. It is two minutes away from the bus and train station in the centre of Hull. therre are also good transport links for students travelling in from Leeds, Huddersfield, Manchester, Doncaster, Beverly and York.

Intended Audience/Entrance Criteria:   This course is intended for candidates, who want to train to become a counsellor working in a counselling service agency.  You must already have completed a Level 3 Counselling Skills Certificate or its equivalent and must show willingness at interview to undergo this demanding training in terms of commitment and personal development work.

Course Delivery:  The course will involve active learning including personal development work, pair work and skills group work.  You will learn and practice counselling skills and will study underpinning concepts and theory.  Assessment will involve a range of methods including assessment of counselling practice, reflective writing on your work and other assignments.  

Special Requirements:  All candidates will need to successfully complete a placement of at least 100 hours of counselling practice to achieve the Award.  Students will be required to attend regular external supervision and personal therapy.

By the end of the course you will:

* Have developed as a counselling practitioner to be able to work competently within an agency setting
* Learnt how to work ethically, safely and professionally as a counsellor
* Be able to work with client diversity 
* Have developed self-awareness in the counselling process
* Have developed an understanding of counselling theory which can be applied to counselling practice
* Be able to reflect effectively on your counselling work in order to develop your practice further