CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills

Varndean College
Course summary
Professional Training
594 GBP

Course description

This qualification is the natural progression for students who have completed an Introduction to Counselling course and wish to progress further. This course is for candidates who want to learn counselling skills to help and support others either in a voluntary or employed capacity. It will not qualify them to be counsellors but it will give them skills that can be used in a variety of roles. Roles might include support workers, nursing, key workers, community workers and teaching. Areas of work could include mental health, the homeless, substance misuse, education, youth and community work and health and social care. This qualification offers progression to the CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies. Students should be over 18 years old and should have successfully completed an introductory course in counselling.

Courses starting in January are 23 weeks plus 3 Saturdays.

The course starting in April is 10 weeks plus 1 Saturday.

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Varndean College

Varndean College is a state-run sixth form college on the northern outskirts of Brighton, offering a range of over 30 A Level and BTEC courses for full-time 16-19 year old students, as well as the internationally recognised International Baccalaureate Diploma....

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Varndean College

Surrenden Rd

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