CPACAB Level 2 in Counselling Studies (CSK-L2)
This course provides an opportunity to develop intermediate Counselling Skills and a framework for helping applicable to different types of helping support work; such as mentoring, key working, care planning, teaching, and pastoral work.
Counselling theory and approach - Person Centred approach and Gerard Egan skilled helper model.
This qualification is for candidates who:
Our minimum entry criteria may be altered at any stage up to and including enrolment. All offers are subject to a successful interview and completion of an initial and diagnostic assessment.
For some of the programmes we offer you will require:
4 GCSE qualifications at or above grade D or 3, or equivalent level 1 vocational qualification.
English Level 1 or above,
Completion of an introductory course in counselling (30 hours) or relevant occupational experience (in either an employed or voluntary role),
Recommended that you are at least 21 with sufficient independent adult life and work experience,
To be open to work on own self-awareness in relation to others in a group and be emotionally mature and stable, Places are subject to interview. Please enquire for more information on 020 3488 1927 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Level 2 courses usually run in the evening between the hours of 6pm-9pm. The session is divided into two parts. In the first part of the session you will be learning about counselling theory and the second part you will be practising your helping skills.
All students will have access to their tutor via the online student portal and through tutorials. Your tutor will advise you of when tutorials will take place.
Our next enrolment intake is scheduled for September 2019. Our course will run on Thursday evening between 6pm-9pm.
Payable by a non-refundable deposit of £299, followed by 2 payments of £250.