Are you interested in helping and counselling work?
The TAC Training School’s brand-new Introduction to Counselling provides an entry-level opportunity for you to learn and practise the basics of the counselling profession.
You will benefit from both academic and experiential learning:
Explore counselling through both lectures and skills-based exercises where you learn through practice and feedback from others.
Our course will allow you to reflect upon your interest in helping others, and to consider your options for further training in counselling or related professions.
Spaces are booking up fast, secure yours now and receive an early bird discount of 10%.
September 2021 (4th, 11th, 18th, 25th):
February 2022 (5th, 12th, 19th, 26th):
Is the Introduction to Counselling right for me?
The 20-hour course is designed for anyone who is considering taking the first step in training towards working in the helping professions.
It will help you improve your communication skills, develop your self-awareness and improve your interactions with others.
You will understand and develop a variety of essential counselling skills including: active listening, summarising, and nonverbal communication.
The Introduction to Counselling runs online, over 4 Saturdays. The course comprises 20 total guided learning hours (tutor time), with each day running from 10:00-16:00.
The course fee is normally £275 but is currently £250 as we are running an Early Bird booking offer (runs until end of April 2021).
At the end of this course you will:
• Understand more about the counselling profession
• Have gained a variety of essential counselling skills such as active listening, summarising, and nonverbal communication
• Have the awareness you need to plan the next step of your training or professional growth
Successful completion of the course will grant you a certificate, which will include the number of hours studied. This module is non-accredited and carries no credit points.
The Introduction to Counselling runs online, over 4 Saturdays. The course comprises 20 total guided learning hours (tutor time), with each day running from 10:00-16:00, including a break for lunch.
As well as being informative, the course uses exercises, case examples and discussion groups to real provide a thorough experience of this profession.
DAY 1: WHAT IS COUNSELLING
DAY 2: CORE COUNSELLING SKILLS
DAY 3: ACTIVE LISTENING AND RESPONSES
DAY 4: BOUNDARIES, ETHICS AND COUNSELLING MODALITIES
You do not need any previous experience or qualifications to enrol on this course. We just ask that you have a good command of spoken and written English and a reliable internet connection.
The course fee is £275.