Last modified: 16 Nov 2016 17:41
This course follows on from Counselling Skills 1-4 and provide students an opportunity to further develop their skills. Students will reconnect with their previous learning and experience, and update their practice and understanding of counselling skills. The core learning in this course comes from participants working with their own life experiences and skills applications.
See 'Further Information & Notes'.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
Each unit has been designed to enable participants to evidence two core competencies whilst they are engaged in large and small group discussions and practice groups.
Competence 1: Establish, maintain and bring to an end a supportive interaction.
Competence 2: Self Monitoring.
Further Steps 1 will concentrate on the following topics
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Weekly: A reflective learning log will be read by tutors on weekly submission and any necessary feedback or concerns communicated to students. At the end of the course1o logs will be graded linked to the CGS and weighted at 50% of the overall course mark.
Oral practice: Tutors give verbal feedback to the group and individuals in each of the 10 classes.
Oral participation: Tutors will give individual feedback as necessary during the course.