This course will teach you how to listen, apply interview techniques, find solutions and a whole lot more! What’s even better is that you have the option of choosing between a wide range of specialised counselling modules to suit your focus.



Course Outline
Course Code: 
300 hours - Access for 24 months
Online & Correspondence
Proficiency Award
Lesson Structure: 

There are 3 units included in this course, 1 compulsory and 2 electives to be chosen from the list below.  


  • Counselling Skills Fundamentals (I)


  • Aged Care & Counselling
  • Careers Counselling
  • Counselling Skills – Intermediate (II)
  • Counselling Techniques
  • Crisis Counselling
  • Family Counselling
  • Grief Counselling
  • Professional Practice in Counselling
  • Psychology & Counselling
  • Relationships & Communication Counselling
Aims - the learning objectives of the course: 


  • Identify the learning methods available to the trainee counsellor
  • Clearly identify the stages in the counselling process
  • Discuss different approaches to modelling, as a form of counselling
  • Identify the counsellors’ primary role
  • Explain the importance of different types of non-verbal response in the counselling procedure
  • Explain social influence on individual behaviour
  • ​Develop skills for resolving conflict
  • Develop communication skills for counselling individuals

The above aims are what you will learn from completing the core units of this course. Other learning outcomes will be determined by the elective units you select.