Paetahi Tumu Korero Bachelor of Counselling (level 7)
- 课程级别：学士学位/Bachelor's Degree（7级）
- 学费：$21,850 NZD Per Year
- Demonstrate accurate empathy, genuineness and respect for others
- Understand the social, political, and cultural context of counselling
- Understand different cultural values
- Articulate a sound theoretical base to counselling
- Integrate your knowledge, skills and practice
- Understand your own values and beliefs in relation to counselling
- Understand professional codes of ethics
- Specialist Support Worker, Community Living Trust, Hamilton
- Support Worker, IDEA Services, Hamilton
- Support and Information Coordinator, Parent to Parent and Altogether Autism, Hamilton
- Regional Branch Manager, Lifeline Aotearoa, Hamilton
- Private Practitioner (self-employed)
- Facilitator, Hamilton Abuse Intervention Project
- Clinician - Counsellor, Safe Network, Hamilton
- University Entrance which is NCEA Level 3 comprised of 60 credits at NCEA Level 3 or above and 20 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above, including:
- 14 credits each at NCEA Level 3 in three approved subjects; and
- Literacy (10 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above made up of 5 credits each in reading and writing); and
- Numeracy (10 credits at NCEA Level 1 or above); or
- A relevant qualification at Level 4 on the NZQF ; or
- IELTS score of 6.5 across all bands; or equivalent
- TOEFL IBT 79, TOEFL PBT score of 590 or Pearson score of 58.
This programme is designed to meet the professional membership requirements of New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC), Te Whāriki Tautoko, NZ Christian Counsellors Association and the Drug and Alcohol Practitioners Association Aotearoa New Zealand (dapaanz).
Graduates are prepared to enter the counselling workforce at a beginner practitioner level in the context of a bicultural Aotearoa, New Zealand. You will have developed a range of flexible skills and professional attributes that will position you to be responsive to and to work collaboratively within the increasingly complex and interprofessional social service and health communities.
Placement is a significant element of this programme.
There are three practice focus electives: Mental Health and Addictions counselling; 毛利-centred counselling; and Family/Whānau counselling. Please note: not all practice focus electives are available every year.
Graduates of this programme with the Mental Health and Addiction practice focus will be eligible to apply for provisional registration as an Addictions Practitioner with dapaanz.
You'll develop the skills to:
Graduates of this programme will be eligible for provisional membership of professional associations.
Registration of counsellors is currently not mandatory; however, the current benchmark for counselling practice is membership of an appropriate professional association with an appropriate code of ethics such as the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC), Te Whāriki Tautoko, or the New Zealand Christian Counsellors Association (NZCCA). Counsellors working in the addictions field in the health workforce require DAPAANZ registration.
Graduates will be qualified to work in a range of social service positions primarily in not for profit social service agencies (NGOs) in counselling or related roles. Graduates may pathway into several relevant postgraduate programmes at Wintec and/or other tertiary education providers. Postgraduate study will enable counsellors to practice at a more advanced level in specialist roles.
Examples of where some of our graduates have gained employment:
Candidates are required to have:
English Language Requirements:
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