Course Information

Ulster University Certificate in Counselling Studies

Ulster University

Level 4

Description

The Certificate qualification has been awarded advanced training status from the National Counselling Society. This course has been designed to introduce Learners to relevant counselling theories/models and basic counselling skills. It supports Learners to understand and develop the knowledge and skills which underpin the counselling process. / This course will be of interest to those who wish to pursue a career in counselling or those who may wish to develop their use of basic counselling skills within their current professional/voluntary role.

Schedule

Duration: Session dependent
Hours per Week: Session dependent
Total Hours: Session dependent
Day(s): Session dependent
Start Time: Session dependent
End Time: Session dependent

Additional Information

This course is approved by the Ulster University and as a student on this programme you will receive Associate Student Members status. During your course you may be required to purchase course text books and incur additional costs for printing, photocopying and binding. The overall additional costs incurred to support your studies may be in the region of £250 per year.

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Course Content

You will learn theories used in the counselling relationship and also the skills required for a therapeutic relationship. Learners will also be guided by NCS Code of Conduct and other relevant registering bodies.

Assessment Method

You will be assessed through coursework assignments which includes Personal Learning records of reflection on course content. / For the final module you will be asked to submit a DVD [completed in class with fellow Learners], to demonstrate your practical use of counselling skills. All assignments are word processed so you will need basic computer literacy.

Progression Opportunities

You may apply to progress to the Ulster University Foundation Degree in Counselling.

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Entry Requirements

Five GCSEs Grades A-C including English or equivalent standard, or / provide evidence of ability to undertake the course through APEL. / References may be required. / Applicants will be invited for an interview /

Further Information

Enhanced Access NI disclosure is required and costs £33. / During your course you may be required to purchase course text books and incur additional costs for printing, photocopying and binding. The overall additional costs incurred to support your studies may be in the region of £250 per year. Students are required to: / Comply with College Policies and procedures, rules and regulations (available in your Student Diary/Higher Education Handbook, on-line: www.swc.ac.uk and on the College VLE). / Submit all coursework and assessments by specified dates, coursework submitted without consent after the deadline shall not normally be accepted. / Pass* all modules in each year of study in order to proceed to the next year of the programme. / The minimum overall pass* mark of 40% is required to be achieved in all modules.

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Course Costs

Total Fee Session dependent
Reduced Fee Session dependent

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Sessions

Below are the sessions that are available for this course.

Part-Time
Campus: Dungannon
Week Starting: 01 September 2018
Day: Wednesday
Time: 00:00–00:00
Fee: £0.00
Reduced Fee: £0.00
Places Available: 25
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Part-Time
Campus: Enniskillen
Week Starting: 01 September 2018
Day: Tuesday
Time: 00:00–00:00
Fee: £0.00
Reduced Fee: £0.00
Places Available: 25
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Part-Time
Campus: Omagh
Week Starting: 01 September 2018
Day: Tuesday
Time: 00:00–00:00
Fee: £0.00
Reduced Fee: £0.00
Places Available: 25
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