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This course is aimed at experienced practitioners who work directly with clients, providing information, advice and (depending on your work setting) guidance and/or formal advocacy. Candidates at this level should be: managing their own client caseload, monitoring clients' progress and prioritising; networking and maintaining relationships with other organisations; taking some responsibility for reviewing their own competence and undertaking professional development; they might also be managing or training others, or creating information resources.
This qualification is intended for candidates who want to train to work as a professional counsellor in an agency setting. Successful completion of this course means that students will be able to provide a therapeutic counselling service within the context of an agency's service framework.
This is a 1st stage teaching qualification that will give candidates a fundamental understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a teacher/trainer in relation to legislation, equality, diversity, inclusivity and meeting the needs of learners. It includes the use of initial and diagnostic assessments and requires candidates to plan and deliver inclusive teaching and learning, carry out assessments of and for learning and use resources effectively.
This is for people working in the career guidance sector, providing career information and advice to clients. Students will study a core of mandatory units including interview skills and career choice theories.