Closing date for applications is 28th May 2024.
This part-time course, is awarded by Ulster University. It will introduce students to counselling theory and skills which are useful for those who wish to work effectively in a helping role with people, in a range of professional and personal contexts. Over one year of study, students undertake three core modules, each reflecting 20 credits of study at Level 4.
- Personal Development And Interpersonal Communication
- Practical Application of the Helping Relationship
Teaching and learning is achieved by a blend of face to face lectures and seminars, group and individual activities as well as digital and online technology. Students will learn basic psychological and communication theory and develop a range of reflective, interpersonal, communication and counselling skills, to support them in a helping role across settings. Activities to promote self-awareness and impact on others are central and personal development is a key aspect of all three modules of the course. Successful completion of this course does not confer fitness to practice counselling, but graduates who meet the entrance requirements may progress to the Ulster University Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling Practice which does.
Interviews for the Certificate in Omagh: TBC
Interviews planned for the Certificate in Dungannon: TBC
Interviews planned for the Certificate in Enniskillen: TBC
**Applicants are required to upload their qualifications to support their application.