Certificate in Counselling Studies (Ulster University) Level 4
This course has been designed for people who are interested in developing a career in counselling or who wish to improve counselling aspects in their present work.
It will enable you to understand and develop the knowledge and skills which underpin the counselling process.
The Certificate in Counselling Studies has been awarded Advanced Training Status from the National Counselling Society.
The course is delivered in modular form and combines theory with practical skills training. You will study the following modules:
CMM002 The Helping Relationships.
CMM116 Personal Development and Interpersonal Communications.
CMM103 Practical Application of the Helping Relationships.
Assessment of these Modules will be by written assignments, case study and observation of skills practice.
This course session is currently closed for enrolment/applications – it may be offered at a later date – please continue to check our website for updates.
You may progress to the Foundation Degree in Counselling or to BSc (Hons) Professional Development in Counselling (top-up from the Foundation Degree) Level 6 and then to other Level 7 postgraduate courses.
Please note that additional academic or other requirements will be stipulated for each of these progression routes
· Have five GCSE Levels (grades A-C) or equivalent qualifications
· Be able to provide evidence of competence in written and spoken English, e.g. GCSE grade A-C, or an equivalent qualification.
· Applicants may wish to demonstrate evidence of ability to undertake the course through the accreditation of prior experiential learning.
In this instance applicants will need to make a written submission with supporting evidence and may be invited to a selection interview.
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.
Applicants may be asked to provide references regarding their suitability to engage in a counselling course.
Preference may be given to those who hold a Level 2 or 3 qualification in Counselling
Applicants will be invited to a Pre-Entry Information and Guidance Session, which is a mandatory aspect of the recruitment process, before an offer of a place can be made.
Contact: Department Secretary,
Tel: 028 9026 5442
Email: [email protected]