The AIM Awards Level 2 Award in Introduction to Counselling (QCF) provides learners with an introduction to basic counselling skills.
Mandatory units comprise:
- Introduction to counselling – provides basic knowledge of the counselling profession and an understanding of and ability to use counselling skills in a practical setting.
- First steps in counselling theory – to show how theory underpins some of the skills identified and practised in the introduction to counselling unit.
You will be taught using the following methods:
- Group work
- Role play
Minimum entry requirements
This course is a valuable introduction for anyone considering a career in counselling.
It provides useful training or continuous professional development for individuals working with people in health, care, education, police and human resources.
For others it offers an opportunity for personal development or a chance to refresh skills.
How will I be assessed?
- Externally marked exam
- Internally marked role play and journal
Information & support
You will be required to bring a notepad and pen to each session.
It is expected of you to devote time each week for private study and homework.
All our tutors are BACP accredited Counsellors
Course fees & Duration
There is a tuition fee of £210.
What can I do with this qualification?
You may progress onto the AIM Awards Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills (QCF) to enhance your counselling skills.