The course provides opportunities for critical self-reflection and enables learners to work towards the production of a research proposal. The proposal will cover the field of counselling research YOU are interested in. This can be anything counselling related. The Level 5 qualification also forms part of the requirements to enrol for the AIM Awards Level 6 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (informed by research), which will follow immediately after level 5.
The Level 4 Diploma is our most popular qualification we have on offer. At this level, you can practice and apply for paid work as a counsellor. Many of our students, have worked for many years in professions that has brought a certain amount of 'unhappiness. Making the transition to becoming a counsellor, is much easier and affordable than you may think!!Many students are professionals working within areas for example such as teaching, nursing, social work, community work etc, so training to become a counsellor, compliments such professions beautifully.
Parenting NI are delighted to launch and offer our newly developed accredited qualification - OCN Level 4 certificate in Working with Parents. This qualification is aimed at key workers who support families with multiple needs, including those working in family intervention projects, community settings, early year’s settings and/or social care settings. The qualification is aimed to support work with children from 0-18 years.
Family Mediation NI is the lead service provider and training organisation for family
mediation within the Voluntary Sector in Northern Ireland. We are inviting eligible
candidates to apply to enter this comprehensive training route to accreditation as a
Family Mediator recognised in the UK and in Ireland.
This very popular coaching and mentoring qualification will give you the skills and knowledge to plan the development of your people, and to begin a process of coaching and mentoring high potential and key staff.
The aim of this course is to raise awareness of staff who may experience supporting people with learning disabilities who experience mental health issues. The course will raise an awareness of mental illness, its effects on people with learning disabilities and provides a basic introduction to assessment and interventions.
On Tuesday 18th December BBC Children in Need will be hosting a 1:1 funding surgery for representatives from organisations who are considering applying for a main grant, of over £10,000 per year and for up to 3 years.