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Counselling Introduction CPCAB Level 2

Why study this course?

A career in counselling can be a very rewarding and fulfilling vocation providing opportunities to work flexible hours whilst making a real difference to the life and well being of the people that you are helping.

Our Counselling courses are certified by the nationally respected Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB) and our progression routes enable you to go from entry level right through to fully qualified status.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in this challenging but rewarding field then contact us and speak to one of our customer services team.

What will I study?

This course is for those who want to learn initial counselling skills to help and support others, either in the voluntary sector or in an employed capacity. It will not teach you to be a counsellor, but it may help you to decide whether or not you want to train as one.

What will I be able to do after I complete this course?

Level 2 CPCAB Certificate in Counselling Skills (Subject to interview)

Are there any additional costs?

Pay by instalments
The College offers an instalment plan for Further Education and Higher Education courses to students where the total amount payable at the point of enrolment is £200 or more. Within the scheme there is an ability to pay up to 7 instalments, depending on the length of the courses and the final payment must be paid at least a month before the end of the course.

Is there anything else I need to know when considering this course?

This qualification is not suitable for those who are currently in a state of severe emotional difficulty and/or severe psychological confusion. The course involves some personal disclosure and associated personal developmental activities. In some circumstances the tutor may ask learners to withdraw from the course and seek therapeutic or medical advice.

Please be aware that introductory courses involve a small amount of weekly typed written work. You will also have access to online resources.
Therefore you will need a computer/laptop or you may access college computer facilities outside of lesson times if you do not have your own.

Are there any discounted fees available?

If you are aged 19 or over, in receipt of JSA Benefit, ERAG, Housing Benefit, Council Tax Benefit, Income Support, Universal Credit (not Personal Independence Payments) and are unemployed, your course could be free of charge if it could help you to find work.

The College offers an instalment plan for Further Education and Higher Education courses to students where the total amount payable at the point of enrolment is £200 or more. Within the scheme there is an ability to pay up to 7 instalments, depending on the length of the courses and the final payment must be paid at least a month before the end of the course.

For more advice on course fees and funding, please contact our Customer Enquiries and Admissions Team on 01536 413123.