Welcome to Coleshill Counselling Service - Available Courses
Welcome to Coleshill Counselling Service - We provide Counselling, Supervision and CPCAB training courses
After a very successful start to the new academic year we are planning for next one - 2018/2019
Courses for 2018/19- Applications now being taken
ICSK-L2-Award -Introduction to Counselling Skills (10wks)
Course starts: This course is rescheduled to start in January 2018 - updates will be nearer the time. . 
6.15pm - 9.15pm. 
Cost: £268 plus CPCAB Registration fee of £51 = £319
(payment option to spread cost over 8weeks is available)
This is a short, ten week course which introduces you to the difference between formal counselling and the use of counselling or listening skills within other helping roles. It aims to develop your ability to listen effectively, and communicate what you have heard empathically. It will give you a better understanding of whether you may like to continue on to a further counselling course or even train as a counsellor. Many candidates find that they gain confidence in working with other people as a result of the course, and gain better understanding of themselves and their own potential.
This course does not qualify you to practice as a professional counsellor.

The ICSK-L2 qualification is one step in a series of CPCAB qualifications. Once you have completed this qualification you may wish to begin training to become a counsellor, in which case the next step would be Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills (CSK-L2).  No formal interview required.
Please ring 07712 891047 for further information or email: ev_clarke@hotmail.com  /  ev_coleshill@outlook.com
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USM -L2-Award -Understanding Substance Misuse (10wks)
Course starts:  Pending numbers- need 10 to run the course.
6.15pm - 9.15pm. 
Cost: £268 plus CPCAB Registration fee of £50 = £318
(payment option to spread cost over 8weeks is available)
The qualification is mapped to Drug and Alcohol National Occupational Standards (DANOS).
This is a short, ten week course which introduces you to the effects of a range of drugs, including alcohol  and the harm associated with different substances and related behaviours

This qualification is intended for candidates who wish to develop their knowledge of substance misuse. The knowledge gained would be useful in a variety of settings, both personal and professional, for example -  supporting those working in Tier 1 services by providing an overview of the subject  -  enhancing understanding for those already working therapeutically - i.e. counsellors, support workers, key workers etc. -  benefiting parents and carers by virtue of increased knowledge and awareness -   helping and supporting others either in a voluntary or employed capacity.    
No formal interview required. 
Please ring 07712 891047 for further information or email: ev_clarke@hotmail.com / ev_coleshill@outlook.com 
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CSK-L2- Certificate in Counselling Skills - (30wks)        
Course starts: Tuesday 25th September 2018.
6.15pm - 9.15pm  Cost: £780 plus CPCAB Registration fee of £158 TBC
(payment option to spread cost over 20weeks is available)
This is a CPCAB Validated Course and is for people over 18 who want to learn counselling skills to help others either in a voluntary or paid role, eg teachers, carers, mentors, nurses, and those who want to find out more about this field or begin to train as a counsellor.
The course focuses on developing the practical use of skills, and personal development.
It does not qualify you to practice as a professional counsellor.

The CSK-L2 qualification is one step in a series of CPCAB qualifications. Once you have completed this qualification you may wish to begin training to become a counsellor, in which case the next step on from CSK-L2 is CPCAB’s Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies (CST-L3).  
What will I study?
Course Objectives: You will work towards developing skills, knowledge and understanding of 7 units: Using counselling skills ethically and safely, Establishing and sustaining the boundaries of the helping role, Working empathically as a helper, Focussing on the helpee’s needs and concerns, Using self awareness in helping work, Using a range of counselling skills to facilitate the helping interaction, Using feedback and reflection to enhance counselling skills 

Initial interview date TBC
For information / Application form  Please contact Ev Clarke - 07712891047
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CST-L3- Certificate in Counselling Studies- (30wks)  
For candidates who have completed CSK-L2 or equivalent.
Course Starts: Thursday 27th September 2018
6.15pm - 9.15pm  
Cost: £780 plus CPCAB Registration fee of £161 TBC
(payment option spread cost over 20weeks is available)
Introduction
This is a CPCAB Validated Course and is for people over 19 who want to take the next step in training to become a counsellor, having already acquired counselling skills, learning more about counselling theory and agency work. CST-L3 is an experiential course which is focussed on integrating theory and practice, and starting to see counselling skills in context.

The learning on the course is about developing your ability to form and maintain a therapeutic or counselling relationship, and understanding how theoretical perspectives underpin this. You will also be learning about the differences between a therapeutic relationship and the therapeutic process /outcome.
It does not qualify you to practice as a professional counsellor.

The CST-L3 qualification is one step in a series of CPCAB qualifications. Once you have completed this qualification you wish to begin training to become a counsellor, in which case the next step on from CST-L3 is CPCAB’s Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (TC-L4). Progression is not automatic

Placement
 As part of this course there will be a placement requirement of 20 hours. This is a placement outside of the course where you can practice some of the skills used by counsellors, but is not formally contracted counselling.

What will I study?
Course Objectives: You will work towards developing skills, knowledge and understanding of 7 units:

Preparing to work within an ethical framework for counselling /  Understanding the counselling relationship / Understanding difference and diversity issues to develop empathic understanding / Working within a user-centred approach to counselling / Using counselling theory to develop self- awareness in counselling practice / Understanding theories of counselling and mental health / Using feedback, reflection and supervision to support counselling studies.
For information / Application form -  Please contact Ev Clarke - 07712891047

 Yr2 L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Person Centred) 2018-2019

Entry Requirements: successful completion of Yr1.
Age 19 or over.You will be asked to attend a formal interview and will require a supporting reference from your level 4 tutor.
Course starts: Wednesday 26th September 2018  -  3pm - 9.15pm
 30 weeks (term time) Including 1 x weekend plus 4 x Saturdays
Cost: Course Fees £2065 plus Registration Fee £315 = £2380    TBC      ( per year)
(payment option to spread cost )
Introduction
This is a CPCAB Validated Course and is for people over 19 who have already completed both the CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling skills, and CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling studies or their RPL (prior learning) equivalent plus their Yr1 Diploma level 4.

Personal counselling or therapy requirement
A minimum of 25 hours of personal therapy usually divided into 10 hours in year 1 and 15 hours in year 2.

Client work requirements
A minimum of 120 formally-contracted and appropriately supervised counselling hours (one-to-one) including a generic mix of client groups

Supervision requirements
Minimum of 1.5 hours per month, with a suitably qualified/experienced supervisor working clearly within the person centred model.

What will I study?
7 mandatory units: Working ethically, safely and professionally as a counsellor (R/600/9346) -  Working within a counselling relationship (T/600/9355) -  Working with client diversity in counselling work (J/600/9358) -  Working within a user-centred approach to counselling (F/600/9472) - Working with self-awareness in the counselling process (H/600/9478) -  Working within a coherent framework of counselling theory and skills (K/600/9482) -  Working self-reflectively as a counsellor (F/600/9486)

Please contact Ev Clarke - 07712891047 for Application form / interview 
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 Yr1 L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Person Centred) 2018-2019
Daytime  9.45 - 4pm                        Tuesday
Afternoon / evening-3pm-9.15pm    Tuesday
An alternative day can be arranged if there is high demand of applicants
Entry Requirements
Age 19 or over. Candidates must have achieved both CPCAB’s Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills (CSK-L2) and CPCAB’s Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies (CST-L3), or their RPL (prior learning) equivalent). You will be asked to attend a formal interview and will require a supporting reference from your level 3 tutor.
Course starts: TBC September 2018  -  3pm - 9.15pm / or 9.45am - 4pm
 30 weeks (term time) Including 1 x weekend plus 4 x Saturdays
Cost: Course Fees £2070 plus Registration Fee £315 = £2385    TBC      ( per year)
(payment option to spread cost )
Introduction
This is a CPCAB Validated Course and is for people over 19 who have already completed both the CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling skills, and CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling studies or their RPL (prior learning) equivalent, and wish to train to become a counsellor working in a counselling service agency. Successful completion of this course means that the trainees will be able to provide a therapeutic counselling service within the context of an agency's service framework.

Personal counselling or therapy requirement
A minimum of 25 hours of personal therapy usually divided into 10 hours in year 1 and 15 hours in year 2.

Client work requirements
A minimum of 120 formally-contracted and appropriately supervised counselling hours (one-to-one) including a generic mix of client groups

Supervision requirements
Minimum of 1.5 hours per month, with a suitably qualified/experienced supervisor working clearly within the person centred model.

What will I study?
7 mandatory units: Working ethically, safely and professionally as a counsellor (R/600/9346) -  Working within a counselling relationship (T/600/9355) -  Working with client diversity in counselling work (J/600/9358) -  Working within a user-centred approach to counselling (F/600/9472) - Working with self-awareness in the counselling process (H/600/9478) -  Working within a coherent framework of counselling theory and skills (K/600/9482) -  Working self-reflectively as a counsellor (F/600/9486)

Please contact Ev Clarke - 07712891047 for Application form / interview
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PC-L5 Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling – CPCAB PC-L5
Cost £1550 plus CPCAB Registration fee £315 = £1865 TBC
(payment options are available )
Entry Requirements
Age 19 or over. Candidates must have achieved the CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (TC-L4) or its RPL equivalent (minimum 420 Guided Learning Hours), in addition to appropriate pre-TC-L4 (or equivalent) training. You will be asked to attend an informal interview which will require a supporting reference from your level 4 tutor.

Course starts: Saturday 8th / Sunday 9th September 2018 - 9.45-4.pm
1 weekend per month starting in September 2018 (not including the summer break ) 
To receive an application form contact 
Ev Clarke 07712891047  ev_clarke@hotmail.com      
 Additional assessment requirements
Externally assessed case review (3,000 –3,500 words)

Personal counselling or therapy

Candidates need to have completed a minimum of 40 hours of personal counselling by the end of the course. This can include hours undertaken prior to the start of the course but at least 10 hours of personal therapy must be undertaken during the training year itself.

 Client work requirements

A minimum of 60 hours formally-contracted counselling (one-to-one) including client assessment.

Supervision requirements

Supervision – one-to-one supervision – to meet BACP minimum requirements.

 What will I study?
Course Objectives: You will work towards developing skills, knowledge and understanding of 7 units:
1. Work safely, legally and ethically as an independent counsellor    2. Work with complex aspects of the counselling relationship    3. Use theory and research to work with client diversity in independent practice    4. Use a coherent approach to respond to the needs of individual clients   5. Work with self awareness as an independent practitioner    6. Use theory, research and skills within a coherent framework for independent counselling practice    7. Monitor and maintain professional effectiveness as a counsellor in independent practice

 Interview Date: To Be Confirmed
 To receive an application form contact
Ev Clarke - 07712891047
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