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Certificate In Counselling Concepts The course is externally validated by A.B.C. the aim of the course is to offer an insight into counselling. The objective is to allow students to engage in basic counselling skills and to critically examine personal potential in the role of counsellor. The course is offered both day and evening 1.00 to 4.00 or 6.00 to 9.00. Sessions are 3 hours and you will complete a minimum of 30 guided learning hours. Learning Methods The course content will be delivered using an experiemental, participative approach rather than a didactic one, Students will be encouraged to take resposnibility for their own learning throughout the course and in particular by keeping their own 'personal learnign journals'. Course Content Understanding what counselling is and is not Examining counselling within the context of helping professions Development of basic counselling skills Self examination and self-reflection Personal development The course consists of 3 units: 1. An appreciation of the basics of counselling, the professional context and relationship 2. An introduction to counselling skills 3. An introduction of personal development Units 1 and 2 will be assessed by your tutor but self-evaluation and peer feedback will also form part of the assessment of these units. Unit 3 will be an extended piece of reflective writing, which will be marked by an ABC examiner using a summary mark sheet. Contents Learning Style College Based Assessment Method ExaminationAssessment Entry Requirements: Open access to all interested candidates. Must be willing to engage in critical self-examination and reflective processes, willing to respect difference in honest interactive engagement and willing to participate in an experimental learning climate. You must achieve 80% attendance in order to certificate. You will produce a personal development file and provide evidence of actively engaging and developing from course experience.

Certificate In Counselling Concepts The course is externally validated by A.B.C. the aim of the course is to offer an insight into counselling. The objective is to allow students to engage in basic counselling skills and to critically examine personal potential in the role of counsellor. The course is offered both day and evening 1.00 to 4.00 or 6.00 to 9.00. Sessions are 3 hours and you will...

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