|Delivered at||Accrington and Rossendale College University Centre|
|Start Date||September 2021|
|Mode||Full-time or Part-time|
|Cost||£8250 Full-time or £4125 Part-time|
* The fees charged on your course will not rise by more than inflation during your studies but the College reserves the right to increase fees annually by not more than RPIX (Retail Prices Index excluding Mortgage Interest).
If your studies are to be funded by your employer or as part of an Apprenticeship then different rates may apply, please enquire for details.
The programme will enable you to critically engage with the various theoretical frameworks and concepts relevant to the context and practice of Counselling work.
Additionally it will facilitate you to work with the relief of psychological suffering and enable you to support clients in developing their self-awareness, self-worth and coping strategies in order to manage their lives more effectively.
Throughout the course you will develop relevant transferable skills such as critical enquiry, analysis, and capacity for independent learning.
On completion of FdA Counselling Studies, students can progress to BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies, subject to a successful interview. This course is also based at the Accrington Campus.