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PS14. Work Based/ Related Learning


WBL is an essential element of Foundation Degrees and therefore needs to be detailed here. However, for all types of HE Programmes there should be an element of employability focus through, at least, Work Related Learning, and therefore the following is applicable for all:

FHEQ level: 5

WBL/WRL Activity:

Logistics

Prog Aim

Prog Intended LO

Range of Assessments

Related Core Module(s)

Placement

Placement within a counselling agency

1,2

1,2,4,5,7

100 counselling hours

Personal and professional development


Appendix


APPENDIX – DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORDS
SECTION A: DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORD. Proposed changes must be submitted via Faculty Quality Procedures for approval and issue of new module code.


MODULE CODE:

CORC2224

MODULE TITLE:

Counselling Psychology 1




CREDITS: 20

FHEQ Level 5

JACS CODE C843










PRE-REQUISITES: None

CO-REQUISITES: None

COMPENSATABLE: No




SHORT MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This module introduces students to the principles of counselling psychology. Analysis of concepts of self, psychological health and development of dysfunction provide a framework for examining the origins and assumptions of the person centred approach to counselling.






ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT Use HESA KIS definitions]

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

COURSEWORK

PRACTICAL

E1 (Examination)

%

C1 (Coursework)

Pass /Fail

P1 (Practical)




E2 (Clinical Examination)
















T1 (Test)



















SUBJECT ASSESSMENT PANEL Group to which module should be linked: Camborne




Professional body minimum pass mark requirement: N/A




MODULE AIMS:

To explore Person Centred theory in depth within a framework of current psychological thinking and introduce students to quantitative and qualitative research methods used in psychology.






ASSESSED LEARNING OUTCOMES: (additional guidance below)

At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to:



  1. Analyse the underlying assumptions of the Person centred Approach

  2. Evaluate the main tenets of Person centred personality theory

  3. Examine the acquisition and maintenance of dysfunction

  4. Review and evaluate contemporary research in counselling




DATE OF APPROVAL:

21/01/15.

FACULTY/OFFICE:

Academic Partnerships

DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION:

01/09/15

SCHOOL/PARTNER:

Cornwall College

DATE(S) OF APPROVED CHANGE:

20/9/16

TERM/SEMESTER:

15/AY/AU/M




Additional notes (for office use only):


SECTION B: DETAILS OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016/2017

NATIONAL COST CENTRE: 104




MODULE LEADER: Deborah Williams

OTHER MODULE STAFF: None




SUMMARY OF MODULE CONTENT

The nature of counselling psychology

The humanistic paradigm

Work of Carl Rogers: origins and current developments of the person centred approach

Concepts of Self

Person Centred personality theory

Acquisition and maintenance of psychological problems

Concepts of Psychological health

Research methods





SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

Scheduled Activities

Hours

Comments/Additional Information

Lecture

45




Guided Independent Study

155




Total

200







Category

Element

Component Name

Component Weighting

Comments include links to learning objectives

Written exam

E1










T1










Coursework

C1

Research Assignment
Essay






Covering LO4. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis.

Covering LO1-3. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis.



Practice

P1













Updated By: Kevin Kirwan

Date: 10/03/16

Approved By: HE Operations

Date: 20/9/16




Reading List:

Gillon, E. (2007) Person Centred Counselling Psychology: an introduction. London: Sage

Rogers, C. (1995) New Edition A Way of Being. Toronto: Houghton Mifflin

Cooper,M. et al (2007) The Handbook of Person Centred Psychotherapy and Counselling. Basingstoke: Palgrave

Ed.Kirschenbaum, H. & Henderson, V. (2001) The Carl Rogers Reader. London; Constable


SECTION A: DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORD


MODULE CODE: CORC2225

MODULE TITLE: Personal and Professional Development 1




CREDITS: 20

FHEQ Level: 5

JACS CODE: B940










PRE-REQUISITES: None

CO-REQUISITES: None

COMPENSATABLE: No




SHORT MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This module prepares for, and supports students in, their placements, ensuring they work to a professional code of ethics and practice. It also provides a framework for regular and systematic opportunities for self-awareness work which are congruent with the core model.






ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

COURSEWORK

PRACTICE

E1 (formally scheduled)




C1

Pass/Fail

P1




E2 (OSCE)




C2




P3




T1 (in-class test)




A1













SUBJECT ASSESSMENT PANEL Group to which module should be linked: Camborne




Professional body minimum pass mark requirement: N/A




MODULE AIMS:

To enable students to begin to develop safe professional practice in their counselling work with clients.

For students to work on developing awareness of self, others and their world.





ASSESSED LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to:



  1. Work within a counselling agency

  2. Identify, understand and operate within the BACP ethical framework

  3. Evaluate the need for supervision and its application to practice

  4. Explore their own PD making explicit links to PC theory

  5. Evaluate the significance of personal counselling and group work in relation to their personal and professional development

  6. Present a self-assessment in a medium of choice and participate in feedback process demonstrating an ability to give, receive and reflect on feedback.




DATE OF APPROVAL:

21/01/15

FACULTY/OFFICE:

Academic Partnerships

DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION:

01/09/15

SCHOOL/PARTNER:

Cornwall College

DATE(S) OF APPROVED CHANGE:

20/9/16

TERM:

15/AY/AU/M




Additional notes (for office use only):


SECTION B: DETAILS OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016/2017

NATIONAL COST CENTRE: 105




MODULE LEADER: Kevin Kirwan

OTHER MODULE STAFF:




SUMMARY OF MODULE CONTENT

BACP Code of Ethics and Practice

Placement requirements

Contracts

Confidentiality

Counselling and the law

Managing client information

Counselling supervision

Personal and interpersonal development





SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

Scheduled Activities

Hours

Comments/Additional Information

Lecture

45




Guided Independent Study

155




Total

200







Category

Element

Component Name

Component Weighting

Comments include links to learning objectives

Written exam

E1










T1










Coursework

C1

Personal Development Assignment

Professional Development Assignment





Covering LO4-6. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis.

Covering LO1-3. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis.



Practice

P1













Updated By: Kevin Kirwan

Date: 10/03/16

Approved By: HE Operations

Date: 20/9/16




Reading List:

Axline, A. (1966) Dibs – In search of Self. New York: Victor Gollanz

Rogers, C. (1961) On Becoming a Person. London: Constable

Tolle, E (2000) The Power of Now. London: Hodder and Stoughton

Bond, T (2000) Standards and Ethics in Counselling in Action. London: Sage

BACP (2015) Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Rugby: BACP Publications




SECTION A: DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORD


MODULE CODE: CORC2226

MODULE TITLE: Counselling Practice 1




CREDITS: 20

FHEQ Level: 5

JACS CODE: B940










PRE-REQUISITES: None

CO-REQUISITES: None

COMPENSATABLE: No




SHORT MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This module aims to assist students in developing competence as a person centred counsellor, to a level where they are able to begin working with clients. The emphasis is on the core counselling conditions, the communication of these conditions, and the student’s ability to reflect on and evaluate their practice






ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

COURSEWORK

PRACTICE

E1 (formally scheduled)




C1

Pass/Fail

P1




E2 (OSCE)




C2




P3




T1 (in-class test)




A1













SUBJECT ASSESSMENT PANEL Group to which module should be linked: Camborne




Professional body minimum pass mark requirement: N/A




MODULE AIMS:

To encourage and assist students to:

a) develop their ability to offer the core conditions within a counselling relationship

b) develop their counselling skills to a beginning level of professional competence

c) apply theoretical and experiential understanding to the facilitation of the counselling process





ASSESSED LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to:



  1. Show an ability to work consistently within the Person centred framework and evaluate your practice

  2. Establish an appropriate counselling contract adhering to BACP Ethical guidelines

  3. Assess and evaluate your use of the Core Conditions within the counselling relationship

  4. Track your own process through a counselling session

  5. Demonstrate a range of counselling skills




DATE OF APPROVAL:

21/01/15

FACULTY/OFFICE:

Academic Partnerships

DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION:

01/09/15

SCHOOL/PARTNER:

Cornwall College

DATE(S) OF APPROVED CHANGE:

20/9/16

TERM:

15/AY/AU/M




Additional notes (for office use only):


SECTION B: DETAILS OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016-2017

NATIONAL COST CENTRE: 105




MODULE LEADER: Malachy Dunne

OTHER MODULE STAFF:




SUMMARY OF MODULE CONTENT

The purpose and context of counselling

Practitioner self-care with reference to supervision and personal counselling

The Person Centred Counselling Approach

In depth examination of the core conditions.

Development of the skills needed to support and enhance these conditions.

Feedback skills

Structuring the counselling process






SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

Scheduled Activities

Hours

Comments/Additional Information

Lecture

20




Practical sessions and workshops

25




Guided Independent Study

155




Total

200







Category

Element

Component Name

Component Weighting

Comments include links to learning objectives

Written exam

E1










T1










Coursework

C1

DVD, reflection and readiness to practice interview




Covering LO1-5. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis.

Practice

P1













Updated By: Kevin Kirwan

Date: 10/03/16

Approved By: HE Operations

Date: 10/03/16




Reading List:

Tolan, J. (2003) Skills in person Centred Counselling and Therapy. London: Sage

Mearns, D. (2003) Developing Person Centred Counselling. London: Sage

Nelson-Jones, R. (1995) The Theory and Practice of Counselling. London: Cassell

Mearns, D. & Thorne, B. (2007) Person Centred Counselling in Action. London: Sage



SECTION A: DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORD. Proposed changes must be submitted via Faculty Quality Procedures for approval and issue of new module code.


MODULE CODE:

CORC 2218

MODULE TITLE:

Counselling Psychology 2




CREDITS: 20

FHEQ Level: 5

JACS CODE: B940










PRE-REQUISITES: None

CO-REQUISITES: None

COMPENSATABLE: No




SHORT MODULE DESCRIPTOR: (max 425 characters)

This module examines the main paradigms used in contemporary counselling. In light of this exploration learners are invited to re-visit the person centred model clarifying where they position themselves on the person centred continuum in the light of relevant research findings.






ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT Use HESA KIS definitions]

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

COURSEWORK

PRACTICAL

E1 (Examination)

%

C1

Pass/Fail

P1 (Practical)




E2 (Clinical Examination)

%

A1

%







T1 (Test)

%















SUBJECT ASSESSMENT PANEL Group to which module should be linked: Camborne




Professional body minimum pass mark requirement: N/A




MODULE AIMS: To evaluate commonality and difference between the person centred approach and other models so learners can develop a personal and professional philosophy of counselling drawing on both personal experience and contemporary research.




ASSESSED LEARNING OUTCOMES: (additional guidance below)

At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to:



  1. Independently research a model of counselling other than the person centred model

  2. Make a critical comparison between the model researched and the person centred approach

  3. To complete a presentation of their research

  4. Articulate their personal and professional philosophy of counselling




DATE OF APPROVAL:

19 May 2016

FACULTY/OFFICE:

Academic Partnerships

DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION:

01 Sept 2016

SCHOOL/PARTNER:

Cornwall College

DATE(S) OF APPROVED CHANGE:

N/A

TERM/SEMESTER:

All Year




Additional notes (for office use only):



SECTION B: DETAILS OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT


ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016-2017

NATIONAL COST CENTRE: 105




MODULE LEADER: Deborah Williams

OTHER MODULE STAFF: Kevin Kirwan




SUMMARY of MODULE CONTENT

Examination of other counselling paradigms

Independent research methods

Exploration of philosophical position in relation to their practice

Deepening understanding of the person centred approach.





SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING [Use HESA KIS definitions]

Scheduled Activities

Hours

Comments/Additional Information

Lecture

45

Introducing the main themes and concepts of the module - the main paradigms used in contemporary counselling

Guided Independent Study

155

Students are expected to put in time outside of taught sessions on their own professional development and module content

Total

200

(NB: 1 credit = 10 hours or learning; 10 credits = 100 hours, etc)




Category

Element

Component Name

Component Weighting

Comments include links to learning objectives

Coursework

C1

Independent Research Essay




LO 1, 2, 3 and 4. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis

Practical

P_




%

Total = 100%







Updated by:

Kevin Kirwan



Date:

31/03/16


Approved by:

HE Operations



Date:

20/9/16





Recommended Texts and Sources:

Barrett Lennard, G. (1998) Carl Rogers’ Helping System : Journey and Substance. London, Sage,

Cooper, M. (2008) Essential Research Findings in Counselling and Psychotherapy: The Facts are Friendly, London, Sage.

Dryden, W. (1990) (ed) Individual Therapy: A Handbook Open University Press

Dryden, W. (ed) (1990) Individual Therapy: A Handbook. Open University Press

Feltham, C. & Horton, (2000) Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage

Feltham, C. (2010) Critical Thinking in Counselling & Psychotherapy. London: Sage

Kirschenbaum,H and Henderson,V.L.(1990) The Carl Rogers Reader London: Constable

Macillan, M (2004) The Person-Centred Approach to Therapeutic Change. London: Sage

McLeod, J. (1994) Doing Counselling Research, London, Sage

Mearns, D. & Thorne, B. (1994) Developing Person-Centred Counselling. London: Sage

Mearns, D. and Dryden,W. (eds) (1990) Experiences of Counselling in Action London : Sage

Mearns,D. and Thorne,B. (2000) Person-Centred Therapy Today : New Frontiers in Theory and Practice, London, Sage

Merry, T (1999) Learning and Being in Person-Centred Counselling. PCCS Books: Ross-on-Wye

Natiello, P. (2001) The Person-Centred Approach : A Passionate Presence : Ross-on-Wye : PCCS Books.

Rogers, C. R. (1961) On Becoming a Person. Boston: Houghton Mifflin

Sanders , P. (ed) (2004)The Tribes of the Person-Centred Nation : A guide to the schools of therapy associated with the Person-Centred Approach. PCCS Books: Ross-on-Wye

Sanders, P. (Ed) (2004) The Tribes of the Person-Centred Nation. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books

Thorne, B. (1992) Carl Rogers. London: Sage

Wilkins, P. (2002)Person-centred Therapy in Focus (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Focus). London: Sage

Woolfe, R. & Dryden, W .(Eds) (1996) Handbook of Counselling Psychology. London: Sage


SECTION A: DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORD. Proposed changes must be submitted via Faculty Quality Procedures for approval and issue of new module code.


MODULE CODE:

CORC 2217

MODULE TITLE:

Personal and Professional Development 2




CREDITS: 20

FHEQ Level: 5

JACS CODE: B940










PRE-REQUISITES: None

CO-REQUISITES: None

COMPENSATABLE: None




SHORT MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This module continues to provide regular and systematic opportunities for self-awareness work which is congruent with the person centred model of counselling and supports them as counsellors. It also supports learners in developing their professional practice by introducing them to a range of different client issues.






ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT Use HESA KIS definitions]

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

COURSEWORK

PRACTICAL

E1 (Examination)




C1 (Coursework)

Pass/Fail

P1 (Practical)

Pass/Fail

E2 (Clinical Examination)




A1 (Generic Assessment)










T1 (Test)


















SUBJECT ASSESSMENT PANEL Group to which module should be linked: Camborne




Professional body minimum pass mark requirement: N/A




MODULE AIMS:

  1. To provide within a group setting the opportunity for personal development in which learners can deepen an awareness of self, others and their world.

  2. To enable learners to further explore their belief and value systems, analysing how this affects relationship to self, clients and others

  3. To enable students to broaden their understanding of the issues clients bring to counselling.




ASSESSED LEARNING OUTCOMES: (additional guidance below)

At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to:



  1. Demonstrate and evaluate your ability to respond to the emotional demands of being a counsellor.

  2. Critically evaluate your experience of personal therapy and group work in relation to your personal and professional development

  3. Present a self-assessment and participate in a feedback process demonstrating an ability to give, receive and reflect on feedback.

  4. Reflect on, review and evaluate their development within the counselling profession.

  5. Completion of a professional practice portfolio including 100 counselling client hours




DATE OF APPROVAL:

19 May 2016

FACULTY/OFFICE:

Academic Partnerships

DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION:

01 Sept 2016

SCHOOL/PARTNER:

Cornwall College

DATE(S) OF APPROVED CHANGE:

N/A

TERM/SEMESTER:

All Year

Additional notes (for office use only):


SECTION B: DETAILS OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT


ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016-2017

NATIONAL COST CENTRE: 105




MODULE LEADER: Kevin Kirwan

OTHER MODULE STAFF: Malachy Dunne




SUMMARY of MODULE CONTENT

Client issues including suicide, self-harm, loss and grief, abuse, trauma, shame, sex and sexuality

Personal and interpersonal development

Ethical and legal aspects of the profession

Participation in supervision groups





SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING [Use HESA KIS definitions]

Scheduled Activities

Hours

Comments/Additional Information

Lecture

45

Introducing the main themes and concepts of the module

Guided Independent Study

155

Students are expected to put in time outside of taught sessions on their own professional development and module content

Total

200







Category

Element

Component Name

Component Weighting

Comments include links to learning objectives

Written exam

E_




%





T_




%





Coursework

C1

Self and peer assessment
Assessed seminar




L/O 1,2,3 Operated on a Pass/Fail basis

L/O 4. Operated on a Pass/Fail basis



Practical

P1




%


Professional practice portfolio inc.100 counselling client hours




Updated by:

Kevin Kirwan



Date:

31/03/16


Approved by:

HE Operations



Date:

20/9/16





Recommended Texts and Sources:
Personal Development

Albom M (1997) Tuesdays with Morrie London: Time Warner

Biddulph, S (1994) Manhood London: Vermillion

Estes, C.P. Women who run with Wolves London: Rider

Herrigal, E (1953) Zen in the art of archery London: Routledge

Levi, P (1987) If this is a Man London: Abacus

Moore, T. (1992) Care of the Soul London: Piatkus

Rogers, C. (1961) On Becoming a Person London: Constable

Thorne, B (1994) Person-Centred Counselling: Therapeutic and Spiritual Dimensions London: Whurr Books

Yalom I (1989) Loves Executioner and other tales London: Penguin



Professional Development

Bond, T (2014) Confidentiality & Record Keeping in Counselling & Psychotherapy. London: Sage

Bond, T (2005) Therapists in Court: Providing Evidence and Supporting Witnesses. London: Sage

Bond, T (2015) Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action. London: Sage

Bond,T & Mitchels,B (2010) Essential Law for Counsellors and Psychotherapists. London: Sage

Corney, R & Jenkins, R. (1993) Counselling in General Practice London: Routledge

Dryden, W & Reeves.A (2008) Key Issues for Counselling in Action Sage: London

Jenkins, P (2007) Counselling, Psychotherapy and the Law. London: Sage

Jones, C & Shillito-Clarke (2001) Questions of Ethics in Counselling and Therapy London: Open University Press

McLeod, Professor J. (2001) Counselling in the Workplace: The Facts BACP Publication

Mitchels, B (2011) Legal Issues across Counselling & Psychotherapy Settings: A Guide For Practice. London: Sage

Tudor, K. and Worrall, M. (2004) Freedom to Practise: Person-Centred approaches to supervision Ross-on-Wye: PCCs Books




SECTION A: DEFINITIVE MODULE RECORD. Proposed changes must be submitted via Faculty Quality Procedures for approval and issue of new module code.


MODULE CODE:

CORC 2216

MODULE TITLE:

Counselling Practice 2




CREDITS: 20

FHEQ Level: 5

JACS CODE: B490










PRE-REQUISITES: None

CO-REQUISITES: None

COMPENSATABLE: No




SHORT MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This module is designed to support learners to develop and deepen their counselling skills and work at relational depth with their clients. Learners will also be introduced to contemporary theoretical concepts that will further enhance their practice






ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT Use HESA KIS definitions]

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

COURSEWORK

PRACTICAL

E1 (Examination)

%

C1 (Coursework)

Pass/Fail

P1 (Practical)



E2 (Clinical Examination)

%

A1 (Generic Assessment)

%







T1 (Test)

%















SUBJECT ASSESSMENT PANEL Group to which module should be linked: Camborne




Professional body minimum pass mark requirement: ‘N/A’




MODULE AIMS:

This module supports learners’ ongoing development as a professional reflective practitioner

and facilitates their integration of further theoretical concepts into their work. To facilitate learners in offering the core conditions at a deeper level, thus moving towards the attainment of embed competence in their practice





ASSESSED LEARNING OUTCOMES: (additional guidance below)

At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to:



  1. Demonstrate and critically evaluate the ability to apply theoretical concepts to their practice

  2. Provide informed, relevant and useful feedback to peers on their practice and improve performance through reflecting on and responding to self, peer and tutor feedback

  3. Demonstrate with examples the use of their own internal supervisor

  4. Write a case study linked to a counselling relationship of at least 5 sessions







DATE OF APPROVAL:

May 2016

FACULTY/OFFICE:

Academic Partnerships

DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION:

Sept 2016

SCHOOL/PARTNER:

Cornwall College

DATE(S) OF APPROVED CHANGE:




TERM/SEMESTER:

All Year

Additional notes (for office use only): For delivering institution’s HE Operations or Academic Partnerships use if required


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