Further Counselling Skills
OverviewThis course is a follow on from the 'Introductuon to Counselling Skills' course. Learners will become more effective in the counselling of others. Learners need to bring the following to the first class: pen and paper
The following topics will be discussed on this course;
(PLEASE NOTE: These are intended as an outline only as the course also aims to respond to the specific needs of students as far as possible);
- When to intervene and when to interrupt
- Goal setting
- The importance of boundaries
- Does problem solving have a place?
- How might we attempt to solve other peoples problems?
- Why might we do so?
- What does this say about us?
- Values and Counselling: What are our own values? How might we respect those of others? Should we share our own views and experiences?
Difficult people: How might we respond? Cultural issues, Examining codes of ethics.
Knowing our limitation: When, how and where to refer clients on to other professional people.
Review: What have we learnt? What more do we want to learn? Where next?
*PLEASE NOTE- This course running is subject to receiving a minimum of 8 enrolments. Newbury College reserve the right to close, cancel or postpone a course if it has not received the minimum required enrolment number by the scheduled start date. In the case of cancellation, enrolled learners will be notified 3 days prior to the start of the course and are entitled to claim for a full refund of their course fees.
ProgressionThe natural progression from this course is the 'Explore Counselling Theory' course, directly following this one.
AssessmentThe learners will be assessed through tutor observation and feedback.
Entry RequirementsLearners should have completed the 'Introduction to Counselling Skills' course before enrolling on this course.
QualificationsThis course does not lead to a formal qualification.
Home StudyHomework is not essential but learners will benefit from undertaking home study of approximately 1 hour per week.
SkillsLearners will need basic literacy skills.
Work PlacementLearners do not need to be in relevant work to undertake this course.
Additional CostsThere are no additional costs attached to this course.
|Code||Location||Start||End||Times||Day||Duration||Cost (Year 1)|
|99135 121301||Newbury College||14/01/2013||25/03/2013||19:00 to 21:00||Monday||10 Weeks||£170.00|