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.
The level 3 award is designed for those working towards a teaching/training qualification or for those who don't want to take a qualification but want more information about how to teach/train effectively, for example, in your workplace if you train people as part of your job either in groups or as individuals.
Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management (3 days classroom based tuition + 3 assignments). Delegates can also attend the training without the need to register with ILM. Delegates registering for the accredited training will also receive tutorial support for completion of their assignments.
The training is aimed at people who wish to develop effective Leadership and Management skills (whilst also attaining an industry recognised management qualification).
Art & Culture
Join us for our Digital Photography over Coffee Course in partnership with Café Destination. The Coffee Morning Academy is an idea and developed so that you learn over coffee in a relaxed and friendly environment, a family run cafe.
As a Training Organisation, The Training and Recruitment House is accredited by TQUK/HABC/IOSH/FAA. This course leads to certification in the FAA Level 3 Award in Supervising First Aid for Mental Health (RQF).
Information and advice is fundamental to enabling people, carers and families to take control of, and make well-informed choices about, their care and support and how they fund it. Not only does information and advice help to promote people’s wellbeing by increasing their ability to exercise choice and control, it is also a vital component of preventing or delaying people’s need for care and support
The Care Act provides a single legal framework for charging for care and support. It enables a local authority to decide whether or not to charge a person when it is arranging to meet a person’s care and support needs or a carer’s support needs. The new framework is intended to make charging fairer and more clearly understood by everyone.
Deferring payment can help people to delay the need to sell their home (or other assets) and provide peace of mind during a time that can be challenging (or even a crisis point) for them and their loved ones as they make the transition into residential care.
The aim of the duty to provide independent advocacy is to enable people who have substantial difficulty in being involved in these local authority processes to be supported in that involvement as fully as possible, and where necessary to be represented by an advocate who speaks on their behalf.