Residential at the college 

If you work with or wish to be able to support people you may recognise there are many barriers to hinder us from fulfilling our potential. Being able to understand and coach somebody through change or in a skills area, is a very fulfilling role. You may be at the beginning of your journey and would like to know if Coaching is right for you. Perhaps people have told you that you would make a good coach and you have a natural ability to inspire and encourage. This course is a basic introduction to Coaching and on completion, you will gain a certificate from Fircroft College.

Dates

19th January 2022 - 21st January 2022

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2nd February 2022 - 4th February 2022 (3 Days - 2 Nights)

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1st June 2022 - 3rd June 2022 (3 Days - 2 Nights) 

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Level 

Level 2

Fees

3 day (2 night) residential courses cost from £0 - £50 depending on your income

Entry Requirements 

You must be working at a level 1 or above in literacy.

Who is this course for?

This course aims to offer people without formal qualifications the opportunity to learn new skills and gain qualifications, helping you to get on in life and in work. The course may be ideal for students who already have some experience in a volunteering/support capacity or students who have either completed learning in other areas at Fircroft and are looking to progress into this type of work.  Students who have completed a number of Personal and Social Development programmes would have gained a good foundation in the emotional wellbeing that underpins these courses. This is particularly if they are considering Counselling as a vocational route for the future.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Describe the difference between active listening skills and counselling skills.
  • Understand the non-directive nature of counselling skills.
  • Know how to recognise your own emotions.
  • Know how to use non-verbal communication.
  • Understand the role of the theory that underpins the counselling process.
  • Understand professional boundaries in counselling practice.

Progression

This course will help develop effective work skills for professional growth and the development of self and others.

You may also benefit from some of our other courses in areas such as:

  • Confidence and Assertiveness
  • Understanding Human Behaviour
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Self Awareness
  • ILM Level 2 Leadership and Management