Counselling: An Introduction - Evening
Please note that due to COVID-19, this course will be delivered with a blended learning approach.
This Unit has been designed for learners who have no previous experience of counselling and it will introduce learners to the purpose and basic concepts and processes of counselling including reflective practice. This is an introductory unit it provides underpinning and basic knowledge of the subject, it does not in any way permit those who have achieved it to refer to themselves as qualified counsellors.
This course will be delivered on Tuesday evenings.
Learners will investigate the aims and purpose of counselling and develop an understanding about the counselling process.
Learners will participate in practical activities where they will learn to counsel a client and they will reflect on their own counselling skills.
- Introduction to Psychology (evening)
- Higher Psychology (Evening)
- No formal entry requirements
Further advice for evening applicants:
- Course places are only secured after payment/funding has been arranged.
- Fees of less than £150 must be paid in full.
- Payment by instalment is available, provided the course fee is greater than £150. Instalments must be paid via direct debit over a 4-month period and a 30% deposit is required in order to secure your place. You will not be able to apply online if paying by direct debit, please contact Evening Admissions.
- If a student fails to notify the College that they no longer require their course place, or withdraws from their course within 2 weeks - a £25 administration fee will be charged. As per the College Tuition Fees and Refund Policy, tuition fees are non-refundable except under exceptional circumstances.
- Refunds will only be given if the course is cancelled or significantly altered by the College.
Refer to our Tuition Fees Policy for further information.
26 January 2021
11 May 2021
Cost per person