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Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling

Canterbury College

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Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling in partnership with University of Greenwich This qualification is designed for people already in an appropriate counselling role or who are able to arrange a suitable long-term work placement (paid or unpaid) and who are committed to developing their skills in counselling. You will be taught through lectures, seminars and work-based learning. Projects will help you develop your experience and explore the sector. Content Includes: ? Personal Development ? Working with Human Difference and Diversity ? Clinical Practice for Counselling ? Introduction to the Research Process ? Work-based learning Projects Duration: Three years, part-time, including work-based learning Entry requirements: Applicants will normally be a minimum of 22 years of age and will have prior counselling skills training andor experience. Will normally hold a minimum of 1 full A level, QCA level 3 or equivalent. Consideration will be given to those able to demonstrate significant relevant counselling skills experience. In addtion, applicants should hold GCSE English at grade C or above, or be able to demonstrate their ability to work at that level. All applicants will be subject to interview. Offers will be conditional on: a) the student being able to provide us with evidence of a current and successful CRB check to confirm fitness to practice b) the student being able to confirm that they have access to appropriate work-based learning opportunities, e.g. current employment current voluntary arrangements a placement arranged by the student. Assessment: Via a variety of methods such as presentations, reflective reports, work-based logs, essays. Progression: Successful students will be able to progress in their career in counselling and will be equipped to seek employment elsewhere in the care sector or in education. Students could work independently as private practitioners. They will be able to progress to the second or third year of a related degree at University of Greenwich or another institution, or onto professional programmes. Fee code E

Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling in partnership with University of Greenwich This qualification is designed for people already in an appropriate counselling role or who are able to arrange a suitable long-term work placement (paid or unpaid) and who are committed to developing their skills in counselling. You will be taught through lectures, seminars and work-based learning. Projects...

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