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Introduction to Basic Counselling Skills Certificate of Attendance


Course Description

This ten week course provides an introduction to basic counselling skills and personal development.

The course is suited for people who have little or no counselling experience who are interested in developing their counselling-related skills to either enhance their work or as the starting point for further training in counseling.

The proposed dates for the 2016-2017 intakes are:

Tuesday 20th September 2016 - Tuesday 22nd November 2016 (6pm - 9pm, Science Centre)

Tuesday 07th February 2017 - Tuesday 11th April 2017 (6pm - 9pm, Science Centre)

Tuesday 25th April 2017 - Tuesday 26th June 2017 (6pm - 9pm, Science Centre)

(Please note that these dates may be subject to change and that this course will run according to minimum student numbers).

Course outline

The Introduction to Basic Counselling Skills course is a vibrant, experiential insight into developing an understanding of a range of counselling theories, emotional development and practical skills. The course prides itself on a student centred method of learning through self-reflection and self-awareness.

The Introduction to Basic Counselling Skills provides students with smooth transition onto future training in the form of the Certificate in Counselling but also aims to develop and enhance students’ existing skills base.

Key Features

-Our counselling lecturers are all fully qualified and practising counsellors with a wide range of experience and an enthusiasm for counselling training.
-Our Counselling courses are taught in our dedicated counselling facilities, these include a specialist base training room and three purpose designed counselling rooms with the latest audio / video recording facilities.
-Our facilities also include a state of the art video and observation suite, plus other psychological research laboratories, housed in a £30 million Science Centre.

Visit the Introduction to Basic Counselling Skills Certificate of Attendance page on the Staffordshire University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this course. Applicants should be interested in developing their basic counselling skills to enhance their work or to progress to future counselling training.

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