ABOUT THE COURSE
Course code: B742 - Institution code: W52
If you have completed FdA Counselling at CONEL, this course will allow you to complete a third year to achieve a full BA (Hons) in Counselling.
The degree is taught through lectures, discussion of case studies, seminars, tutorials, and participants' own research. You will be expected to be in supervised formal counselling, either in work or a voluntary setting, whilst undertaking the course. You will have formal teaching each Monday from 10am-5pm and will be expected to complete self-study in addition to your counselling hours.
The course will enable you to:
critically analyse a wider range of counselling orientations and to develop your own personal integration of these within your practice
deepen your knowledge of counselling theory and your ability to put this into practice
make links between learned theory and practice
WHAT WILL I STUDY?
Topics covered can include:
Freud and Object relations
Professional issues and supervision
Counselling in Society
The counsellor in the organisation
WHAT WILL I NEED?
You will need:
-To have qualified as a counsellor
-FdA Counselling or other Level 5 diploma in Counselling that meets BACP requirements
-A minimum of 100 hours of supervised client work
Counselling must form a substantial part of your current work, either in a paid or voluntary capacity.
All applicants must have an initial assessment, complete a written assignment and have an interview to confirm that the course is suitable for them. Written assignments for Accreditation of Prior Learning will have to be submitted and successfully passed before the start of the programme.
HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Assessment is by coursework, which includes a research dissertation. This programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion.
WHAT WILL IT COST?
£5,990 per year
In addition to your tuition fees, there may be additional costs associated with your programme such as ad hoc day trips/excursions e.g. visits to employers or exhibitions. You may incur additional travel costs and on some occasions, entrance fees.
WHAT CAN I DO AFTER?
Learners can progress on to a Masters Programme