Last remaining places for Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice Cork 19th April
Last remaining places for the Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice Cork 19th April 2018
The Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice takes place in Cork part-time starting Thursday 19th April 2018, for 10 weeks (6.00pm to 10.00pm) in Griffith College Wellington Road, Cork. The course is highly interactive and successful participants will develop key counselling skills that can be applied to a variety of life situations. The programme will cover areas such as first line counselling skills, active listening , theoretical approaches, caring practices, evaluation etc. Fees for the Module are €795.00 + €50 Examination Fee.. Those who complete the programme successfully are eligible to access the B.A in Counselling and Psychotherapy at reduced fees.
Class Schedule for Certificate Programme in Cork 6.00-10.00pm (Griffith College Wellington Road, Cork)
|Thursday 19th April 2018||Thursday 26th April 2018||Thursday 3rd May 2018||Thursday 10th May 2018||Thursday 17th May 2018|
|Thursday 24th May 2018||Thursday 31st May 2018||Thursday 7th June 2018||Thursday 14th June 2018||Thursday 21st June 2018|
To proceed with an application for this programme, please apply online at www.griffith.ie/apply
Deposit can be paid at https://secure.gcd.ie/jm-studetails.php#contactaccounts
Applications can also be returned:- By email to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Griffith Short Courses Department, Griffith College, South Circular Road, Dublin 8.
Next Open Evening:
|Wednesday||2nd May 2018||5.30 -7.30pm||Limerick (ICHAS) & Dublin (Griffith)|
Limerick Location: ICHAS, Walton House, Lonsdale Rd., National Technology Park, Castletroy Limerick
Dublin Location: Griffith College Dublin, South Circular Road, Dublin 8
To proceed with application for this programme, please apply and make deposit online at http://ichas.net/ichas-application-form-short-courses/
*Course commencement is subject to viable cohort