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This course is designed to include a balance of skills and theory and is intended for people who wish to achieve a professional qualification in counselling. Theory and practice based on the core model (Person-Centred); further development of skills and interventions related to the Core Model; understanding of counselling as a process; professional and ethical aspects of counselling; the role of clinical supervision in counselling; counselling as it relates to children and young people; a placement with a counselling agency to gain at least 50 hours of supervised counselling practice; continued self awareness and personal development work.
The course introduces students to higher level accounting tasks, such as drafting financial statements, managing budgets and evaluating financial performance; students specialise in areas from tax to auditing and credit control.
This course is specifically designed for middle managers with a wide span of control and accountability for performance, in particular those with responsibility for determining resource allocation and operational methods in their department or organisation; students take 4 mandatory units, covering developing and implementing operational plans, working productively, providing leadership and direction, and planning change; they then choose from a range of optional units to complete the qualification, tailoring their learning to meet their individual and organisational needs.