Part Time University of Ulster Entry Level Certificate in Counselling Studies

In Magherafelt, Antrim, Ballymena and another venue.

up to £ 100
  • Duration

    1 Year

Description

The course covers three modules of study. These include developing an understanding of the theories involved in working with people in a range of settings, they also examine the ways in which communication and counselling skills may be developed. Personal development is also a key aspect of the three modules of the course.

Facilities

Location

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Antrim (County Antrim)
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Fountain Street, BT41 4AL

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On request
Ballymena (County Antrim)
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Trostan Avenue Building, BT43 7BN

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On request
Coleraine (County Londonderry)
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Union Street, BT52 1QA

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On request
Magherafelt (County Londonderry)
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22 Moneymore Road, BT45 6AE

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On request

To take into account

Applicants must have some relevant experience in this area and/or a background where they are using their communication skills on a day to day basis. All applicants will be interviewed by tutors prior to admission. Acceptance onto the course will depend on a successful interview.

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Course programme

University of Ulster Entry Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies Duration
1 Year, Part-time
Awarding Body
University of Ulster
Entry Requirements
Applicants must have some relevant experience in this area and/or a background where they are using their communication skills on a day to day basis. All applicants will be interviewed by tutors prior to admission. Acceptance onto the course will depend on a successful interview.

Course Content
The course covers three modules of study. These include developing an understanding of the theories involved in working with people in a range of settings, they also examine the ways in which communication and counselling skills may be developed. Personal development is also a key aspect of the three modules of the course.
Course Aims
To look at the skills that will be useful for those who work with people in many different contexts.
Special Features
There is an emphasis on the course of practical role play. 90% attendance is a mandatory part of the course.
Assessment Methods
Assessment will be by the completion of a personal learning record; this will be continuously assessed throughout the course. As well as the Personal Learning Record there will be a practical skills assessment.
Achievements/Qualifications
University of Ulster Entry Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies
Progression Routes
Successful students may progress to the University of Ulster Diploma of Higher Education in Counselling or the CPCAB Certificate in Working with Addiction of Working with Young People.

up to £ 100