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Care counselling for children Level 2 Course


  • 90h - Flexible
  • 2 students have purchased
  • Express
UK Open College
Unit E9, Castle Vale Enterprise Park B35 6LJ See in Google maps
UK online provider of distance learning and home study courses. Over 200 accredited courses in a variety of subjects including. A Levels, childcare, bookkeeping, Sage accounting and nutrition. Enrol online anytime of the year, totally flexible, materials and support provided.


  • Affordable
  • Make your own study schedule and take advantage of online tutoring hours
  • Obtain a certified diploma once you finish the course.


Students looking to develop their knowledge within the child and youth counselling sector. Ideal for those looking to undertake and form of caring role that involves children and provides counselling skills for those in their care.


Unit 1 - 

Explain the importance of counselling
Explain communication and its role in counselling
Demonstrate understanding of the different forms of counselling Conduct a counselling session

Unit 2 - 

Explain why children hold a special position in society and discuss their rights and needs
List ethical values associated with counselling children
Discuss the impact of culture and gender in counselling
Explain the role of of the carers values and attitudes in counselling Identify some of your own deeply held beliefs and values and describe how they might influence a counselling decision

Unit 3 - 

Define behavioural counselling
Describe factors involved in effective behavioural counselling and guidance
Recognise types of problem behaviour and identify strategies to deal with them
Explain the importance of referrals and collaboration with relevant individuals and agencies

Unit 4 - 

Identify and describe various forms of child abuse
Identify signs and characteristics of of an abused child
Explain the various coping strategies employed by survivors of abuse Develop effective intervention programmes for abused children
Outline the referral system available for abused children in your community 

Unit 5 - 

Describe substance abuse and identify substances that are abused Describe signs/symptoms in children who abuse substances
Explain the consequences of substance abuse Identify strategies that assist children who abuse substances
Organise a programme for the prevention of substance abuse Identify available referral networks for substance abuse

Unit 6 - 

Explain what the HIV/AIDS virus is
Explain cultural beliefs and practices that contribute to HIV/AIDS
Identify children who are infected by HIV/AIDS and provide help to them through counselling
Design activities which will help you to communicate when counselling children and youths infected and affected by HIV/AIDS
Identify available networks and resources for referral of children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS

Unit 7 - 

Define loss, bereavement, grieving and mourning
Outline the process of grieving
Explain the role of culture in bereavement Identify strategies that you can use to help children and youths who have suffered the loss of a loved one

Unit 8 - 

Differentiate between a career, vocation and life skills
Identify sources of information and disseminate information on careers and life skills
Discuss gender biases and stereotypes in vocational and career choice and suggest ways of eliminating them
Recognise the talents of children and youth
Advise youth on career programmes and help them plan for these


Thanks to this offer, valid exclusively for one person, you will obtain a Care counselling for children Level 2 Online Course.

How to register

By buying the course in Emagister Express, you will obtain an access coupon. We will send you the codes and keys to the coupon. Send the coupon code and the key to Info@ukopencollege.co.uk. The training provider will then give you access to the course.

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