Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills

This is the second of the three courses you need to undertake if you wish to train as a professional counsellor and builds on the skills and knowledge obtained in the Level 2 Award.  This course is also ideal for those wanting to enhance their use of counselling skills in their current helping professional role.

What is involved in the course?
The course will provide further understanding of:

  • What is meant by counselling and counselling skills
  • Ethical practice for counsellors
  • The environment in which counselling takes place
  • The importance of clinical supervision
  • Different therapeutic models of counselling
  • The counselling process
  • Personal development, growth and self-awareness


Assessments:

You will be assessed using various means including written assignments, a weekly reflective journal and observed practice.

Cost: 
£1150, including registration fees. This is payable in full or by means of a £150 deposit and 10 monthly payments of £100 by standing order.

Additional Costs:
Reading books and stationery.

Dates: 
Induction Day: Saturday 7th September 2019 9.30am until 2.30pm

The course will end on Saturday 11th July 2020


Venue:

The Old Library, 44 Trinity Road, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 2PG


Entry requirements: 
Level 2 Counselling qualification or relevant work experience.
All candidates will need to attend a personal interview and evidence of previous training.

Level 2 Award in Counselling Concepts

If you are thinking of becoming a professional counsellor, this course is the first step and will help you decide whether you wish to undertake the subsequent two courses you would need to complete.  It would also be a beneficial and rewarding course for anyone who works or volunteers in professions where listening skills are invaluable, such as teachers, social workers or health care.

What is involved in the course?
The course will provide a basic understanding of

What counselling is
Different counselling theories
The environment in which counselling takes place
Ethical issues relating to counselling
Personal qualities relevant to counsellors and helping role professionals
Personal development and self-understanding
Counselling skills including listening and communication skills

This is a 11-week programme, for 3 hours per week.
You will also need to allow time for reading and assignments.

Assessments:
You will be assessed using various means including written assignments, a weekly reflective journal, and observed practice.

Cost: 
£320 for the ten weeks, including registration fees. This can be paid in full or by means of a £120 deposit and a further 2 monthly payments of £100 by standing order.

Dates:
Course begins:  Saturday 15th February 2020 - 3.15pm - 6.15pm
Course ends:  Saturday 23rd May 2020


Entry requirements: 
All candidates will need to attend a personal interview.

Core Staff:
Tracey West-Adams MBACP (Accred.)

Progression:
On successful completion of this course, trainees can progress onto the Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills

How to Apply:
For an application form please contact us on 01227 634004, or by email hbcounsellortraining@gmail.com.

Herne Bay Counsellor Training