The BA in counselling is a one year full-time or two years part-time course open to students who have completed the college’s foundation degree or an equivalent qualification.
The course is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and as a result is monitored by BACP and the programme meets their training standards.
You need to either complete the foundation degree full-time as well as the BA or complete the foundation degree part-time over three years in order to be on the BACP accredited programme.
The BA offers continuous professional development for counsellors following their foundation degree as well offering the opportunity for students to obtain a full BA honours degree.
You can progress from the BA to a master’s course at University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea campus or elsewhere, if you meet the entrance requirements.
Students from this course have gone on to gain employment in different counselling settings such as school-based counselling services and bereavement services as well as working in private practice.
The BA consists of five modules:
Continuous assessment throughout the course which includes:
Enhanced DBS: £44
BACP student membership - £75 per annum
Books - the library is an excellent resource and carries the majority of books required but some students may wish to own copies of core texts.