Thank you for expressing your interest in our Counselling Training Programme. I am delighted to provide you with all the necessary information that you may need to support and guide you in your application.
York Learning has been delivering the CPCAB Counselling Training Courses since 2013 and in that time we have grown to become one of the biggest training centres for CPCAB in the whole of Yorkshire.
All members of the Counselling tutor team are fully qualified counsellors as well as qualified teachers with an extensive amount of knowledge and experience that they bring to the classroom. We are very passionate about providing the highest quality training from Level 2 to Level 4 and we put our learners at the centre of everything we do.
We have excellent training facilities within the city of York with the programme running from 2 different venues. Our main venue and office base is the brand new purpose built Community Hub at The Centre@Burnholme (near Tang hall, York) and our 2nd venue is Huntington School, Huntington, York.
If after reading the information in this booklet you decide to progress to the application stage then please complete the attached application form and return it to email@example.com and we will be in touch to proceed with your application.
Programme Lead: York Learning Counselling
This qualification is designed to give you the underpinning knowledge, skills and competencies to use counselling skills ethically and safely in a variety of contexts and roles.
This qualification is for:
This qualification could lead to employment or increase employability in the health care professions where advice, guidance, support, advocacy, mentoring or befriending is a requirement of the role.
It provides an additional skill set for those already in employment in such roles and will likely increase opportunities for promotion and advancement.
This course is run over a period of 30 weeks: You will meet on a weekly basis for 3 hours per week (excluding half term holidays, Easter and Christmas). The course will start in the Autumn term 2020 (exact date tbc) and end during the week of the 12th July 2021. You are expected to attend each session to ensure that you get the most out of the course and absence from sessions will only be accepted due to unforeseen circumstances such as sickness or other work commitments.
An essential part of your learning is the homework tasks and related reading that you will be set. At this level we suggest you allow between 2- 4 hours per week to complete your homework and reading tasks.
You are required to hold a level 2 (or equivalent) in English and be competent in using ICT such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. You are also required to have your own email address and access to a lap top or computer and printer. In some circumstances you may be asked to attend an interview with the course leader in order to support your application.
A further requirement is that you purchase the essential course text book. This book can be purchased from SAGE by following a link directly on the homepage of the CPCAB website. For more information visit the CPCAB website at www.cpcab.co.uk
You are not required to have any previous training or experience to be accepted onto the course however this qualification is not suitable for those who are currently in a state of severe emotional difficulty and /or severe psychological confusion. The course involves experiential elements that will involve some personal disclosure and self reflection through associated personal developmental activities.
£495 which can be paid in full or in a number of agreed instalments. Some applicants may qualify for a reduced fee if they are in receipt of certain benefits and meet certain criteria. Please check at the application stage.
There are 2 elements to the course and both are required to be passed in order to gain the qualification
The level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies (CST – L3) or equivalent
This qualification has 7 Learning Processes that will be covered in a range of ways as follows: