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Cork Counselling Services is a non-profit and charity that has been serving the Cork community since 1982.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

One of Ireland’s longest standing training centres offering IACP approved courses.

Our BSc (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy degree is accredited by the Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy, Ireland’s largest and best recognised accreditation body for counsellors and psychotherapists, representing over 4, 500 members. The IACPs role is to maintain professional standards of excellence in the field. The course is also validated by Coventry University in Cork’s twin city, one of the UK’s top universities according to The Guardian University Guide. We are part of the university’s School of Health and Care. Our honours degree course is FHEQ Level 6 (equivalent to NFQ Level 8 in this country). Our academic standards are set in conjunction with the University and monitored by them on a continuous basis.
 

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Our aim is to educate and train students so that they attain professional counselling standards reflecting best practice nationally and internationally. We aim to foster personal responsibility, social awareness and inclusive practice in our students. We mutually create an active learning environment which is both supportive and constructively challenging. Here's the team we've assembled to do that...
Karen Walsh

Head of Training & Primary Trainer

Karen Walsh

Head of Training & Primary Trainer

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MSc Psychotherapy, BA (Hons) Applied Psychology, Diploma in Counselling, MIACP.

Karen holds a Masters in Psychotherapy (London; Metanoia & Middlesex University), an honours Degree in Applied Psychology, and a Diploma in Counselling. She worked in private practice and consultancy until 1998 and during this time she apprenticed as a Counselling Trainer. In 1999 she was employed as a fulltime Trainer and Senior Counselling Practitioner in The Counselling Centre and in 2002 she was appointed Director of Training. She continues to work with clients. She co-designed the BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy and has led the Training Team as Co-Programme Leader during successive IACP Accreditation and University Validation processes. She is particularly interested in attachment studies and in legal issues and professional complaints in psychotherapy. She is an accredited Supervisor and provides supervision to both undergraduate and qualified counsellors in the County. She served as a past member of the National Course Recognition Committee of the IACP.

Debbie Hegarty

Primary Trainer

Debbie Hegarty

Primary Trainer

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MA Integrative Psychotherapy, BA (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy, BScSoc (Hons) Social Science, Diploma in Awareness Psychotherapy, Diploma in Clinical Supervision, MIACP

Debbie Hegarty is an accredited humanistic integrative psychotherapist, family mediator, clinical supervisor, and trainer. She is currently Programme Leader and Module Leader on the IACP Accredited, Validated by Coventry University BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy programme of the Cork Counselling Services Training Institute (CCSTI) and an IACP Primary Trainer. Debbie’s background is in adult mental health. She is also a former member of An Garda Síochána. Debbie was a member of the Editorial Board of Inside Out and a member of the Governing Body of IAHIP. Debbie served a 2-year term as Chairperson of IAHIP. In her role as manager of a counselling clinic she devised and facilitated community based personal development groups before joining Cork Counselling Services Training Institute in 2013. Debbie has 20 years’ experience as a psychotherapist in private practice and provided psychotherapy services for the National Counselling Services for 5 years. She has specialised in working with trauma and dissociation but her heart is in the principles and practices of Person-Centred, Gestalt Therapy and Relational Psychotherapy. She has researched, published articles, and delivered workshops in the field of mental health and psychotherapy.

Laura Maybury

Primary Trainer

Laura Maybury

Primary Trainer

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MA Counselling Psychology, BA(Hons) Psychology, Certificate Counselling Training, Diploma Counsellor Supervision, MIACP

Laura Maybury is a Chartered Psychologist, Accredited Supervisor, Accredited Counsellor and a Primary Trainer. She further holds a Diploma in Counsellor Supervision and a Certificate in Clinical Supervision. She co-led the design and validation of the BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy Programme and held the role of Programme Leader from 2013 to 2021. Laura has been involved in a number of research projects and was awarded the Psychological Society of Ireland's Counselling Psychology Research Bursary in 2007. She worked as assistant course director, lecturer, and facilitator on the Postgraduate Diploma in Guidance and Counselling in UCC before joining The Counselling Centre in 2007. Laura has experience of counselling clients ranging in age from 5 to 95 and has a particular interest in attachment and relational development. She previously held the role of Head of Clinical Practice and currently holds the role of Head of Research & Development.

Hugh Morley

Trainer

Hugh Morley

Trainer

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MSc (HRM), BSc (Hons) Comp Sc, BA (Hons) Counselling &Psychotherapy, Dip. in T&D, Dip in Counselling, Cert in Mediation, Cert in Theology & Spirituality, MIACP

Hugh is a member of the Clinical & Management Teams at Cork Counselling Services having qualified as a therapist in Cork Counselling Services Training Institute (CCSTI) in 2012 and in the Institute of Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy in Dublin in 2017. He also completed an apprenticeship in Counsellor Training at CCSTI and is a trained Mediator (Roundtable). He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IJCP) and has represented CCSTI on the Committee of Approved Courses for the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. He has researched and written several articles for IJCP. He was a HR Manager for many years, most recently at Marymount Hospice in Cork. Hugh is Head of Business for the organisation, interfacing with HSE, Tusla and other stakeholders. He is currently the Disability Officer also.

Kerry Dineen

Trainer

Kerry Dineen

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Kerry Dineen, MA Integrative Psychotherapy, BA (Hons) Psychotherapy & Counselling, BSc (Hons) Psychology, MIAHIP.

Kerry has worked in the areas of addiction and mental health for over thirteen years. Kerry was trained in Relational and Integrative Psychotherapy and in EMDR for the treatment of trauma and dissociation. Her main interest is in the related fields of Attachment, Neuroscience and Trauma and she is passionate about how research from these areas can be integrated into the work of psychotherapists. She is currently completing studies in Counsellor Training and Supervision.

Tim Murphy

Trainer

Tim Murphy

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MA Integrative Psychotherapy, BA (Hons) Psychotherapy & Counselling, MIACP.

Tim has over twenty years of therapeutic experience working in both private practice and the clinical setting with individuals and couples. His background involved working socially in the community and in the hospital environment in Ireland and the U.K. Tim has trained in Relational and Integrative Psychotherapy, and also in EMDR for the treatment of trauma and dissociation. Tim has been working with Cork Counselling Services since 2017 and has completed his 2-year trainer training. He is currently the lead for 2nd year BSc. 

Carol Scanlon

Trainer

Carol Scanlon

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BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy, Diploma in Counselling, MIACP

Carol is a graduate of Cork Counselling Services Training Institute and Coventry University and has completed her two year apprenticeship to qualify as a Trainer.  Since qualifying, she has been working in private practice in Cork and is also on the SHEP panel of counsellors providing low-cost counselling.  She is an experienced counsellor skilled in anxiety, depression, LGBTQ, relationships, trauma, ageing and chronic pain issues as well as existential related issues. While on placement at Cork Counselling Services, Carol delivered the Adolescent Suicide Prevention and Positive Mental Health Programme to secondary schools in Cork. She co-facilitated training workshops and is on the marking panel for Cork Counselling Training Institute.  She is an accredited member of IACP. 

Laura Burke Hurley

Trainer

Laura Burke Hurley

Trainer

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BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy, Diploma in Counselling, Diploma in Intellectual Disability Nursing, BA Fine Art, MIACP

Laura completed her Diploma in Counselling and her BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy at Cork Counselling Services Training Institute. Before becoming a counsellor Laura worked as an Intellectual Disability Nurse and has many years’ experience working with children and adults in the areas of children’s respite, education and family support. Laura has a degree in fine art and has a keen interest in the role of play and creativity in counselling. Laura is a counsellor/psychotherapist in private practice and is the marking coordinator for the BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy at CCSTI. Laura is currently undertaking further post graduate studies in Counsellor Training.

Betty Quinlan

Academic Registrar

Betty Quinlan

Academic Registrar

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MA Human Resource Management, MA Applied Psychology

Betty was awarded the title of College Scholar as a psychology student in University College Cork. She is also a past recipient of Enable Irelands’ Ann Maloney Bursary in recognition of her academic achievement and commitment to the disability field. Betty has over ten years’ mental health service development and management experience in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Betty has been involved in a variety of research projects which focused on service user experience and participation. She has also spearheaded regulatory and statutory compliance in a variety of services. In 2021, Betty completed a Level 8 certificate in Quality Management in Community and Voluntary Organisations (University of Limerick). Betty is also Operations Manager.

Sandra O'Shea

Training Administrator

Sandra O'Shea

Training Administrator

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Institute of Accounting Technicians Ireland qualification.

With over 20 years Accounting, Administration and Customer Service experience, Sandra works in all aspects of administration. In particular she administers student fees and accounts, protection of enrolled learner insurance and training associated purchasing. She liaises between students and trainers throughout the course.

Terry Naughton

Trainer

Terry Naughton

Trainer

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MA in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy, BA(Honours) in Counselling and Psychotherapy, H.Dip Child Care Studies, BA, MIACP

Terry holds an MA in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy from the Institute of Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, Dublin, a BA(Honours) in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the Munster Technological University (formerly Cork Institute of Technology) Cork, a Higher Diploma in Child Care Studies from UCC and a BA degree from UCD. She is an accredited member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. She previously worked as an assistant lecturer in counselling and psychotherapy at the Department of Applied Social Studies, Munster Technological University, Cork and is a previous member of the editorial board of the Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She also maintains a private practice.

Gretchen Jordaan

Counselling Research Module Leader

Gretchen Jordaan

Counselling Research Module Leader

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MSc in Medical Sociology, BSc (Hons) Social Science.

Gretchen holds an MSc in medical anthropology (sociology focus) from the University of Edinburgh. Originally from South Africa, she has worked in social research in multiple African countries on the intersection between social determinants and health outcomes. Within Ireland, she has focussed on tools to strengthen the cultural competence of medical professionals, so improving medical staff-client experiences and ultimately patient outcomes. Gretchen has worked in both qualitative and quantitative research to tell stories and convey the lived-realities of people. She aims to help students to discover a love for research, to find ways that research can be a tool for the counsellor to understand their professional world and better serve their clients. She is deeply passionate about social advocacy and the potential to uplift communities and individuals through education and grassroots change-movemen

Damian Morgan

Trainer

Damian Morgan

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BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy, Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy, Certificate in Life Coaching skills

Damian completed his BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy and his Diploma in Counselling at Cork Counselling Services Training Institute (CCSTI). He also holds a Certificate in Life Coaching Skills through the International Coaching Federation ACSTH. Damian currently has a private practice in Counselling & Psychotherapy and is a PPDG co-facilitator with the 4yr BSc/Top-up 2 group at CCSTI. Damian has a keen interest in early relational trauma and its impact on brain development. Prior to training to be a Counsellor/Psychotherapist Damian had a long successful business career in the leisure industry. He worked both nationally and internationally in roles that involved engaging with people from a diverse range of cultures.

Lisa Walsh

Placement Officer

Lisa Walsh

Placement Officer

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BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy, BA Social Work

Lisa holds a BSc (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy. She trained as a counsellor at Cork Counselling Services Training Institute. Originally from Germany, Lisa worked in Tourism and for different international companies before completing a BA in Social Work at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. In the last few years, she worked in the areas of addiction, mental health and homelessness and has a keen interest in social justice issues, the link between trauma and addiction and the mind-body connection. Lisa is Placement Coordinator at CCSTI, supporting students on their journey to starting client work.

Karen Connolly

Marking Coordinator and Librarian

Marilien Romme

Head of Tutors, Alumni and Together Series

Marilien Romme

Head of Tutors, Alumni and Together Series

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MA Clinical Psychology, BSc(Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy, MIACP, Diploma Integrative Adolescent Psychotherapy.

Marilien Romme is responsible for the Tutor team, Alumni Programme and the ‘Together Series ’seminars. Marilien received her Clinical Psychology masters from University of Amsterdam and her counselling degree from Cork Counselling Services Training Institute. Marilien is passionate about bringing reform to the world of mental health and draws on 25 years of professional experience in Strategy and Innovation. She worked with many high-performance organisations in business, government, education and non-profit sectors around the world. Marilien’s research on mandatory reporting of historical abuse was published in the Irish Journal for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Thomas Glowatzki

Academic Support

Thomas Glowatzki

Academic Support

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Diploma in Eating Disorder Practitioner Skills, Dip in Humanistic Integrative Counselling, Diploma in Counselling. MIACP 

In the last 8 years, Thomas has held several roles for Cork Counselling Services – Library Coordinator, Academic Support Person, member of the Marking Panel, Seminar Facilitator. Academically, he worked as an anthropologist and urban development planner, creatively as film editor, composer of film music and fine furniture maker. As personal assistant he worked with people living with physical disability. He also worked as a soccer coach. In 2007 he co-founded EDCC (Eating Disorder Centre Cork). 

Patricia Sisk Taormina

Trainer

Patricia Sisk Taormina

Trainer

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MSc, BCL, BL, BA (Hons.), Postgraduate Diploma in Supervision & Reflective Practice, MIACP and MUKCP

Patricia is a psychotherapist and supervisor (adults and couples) in private practice since 2005. Between 2006-2014, she was appointed by the Mental Health Commission to the position of Chairperson of Mental Health Tribunals for patients involuntarily detained in psychiatric units in Munster. In addition to private practice, Patricia has worked in a variety of institutional and educational settings as a member of multidisciplinary, training and supervisory teams. She paused her doctoral research in 2019 to pursue an MSc in Bereavement and Loss with the Royal College of Surgeons and works with a few Irish charities dedicated to bereaved parents. She served as an Independent Member of the Press Council of Ireland between 2012-2018. 

STUDENT EXPERIENCES

“I love the experiential learning process and would say it is the best learning experience I ever had. What we discussed really did stir me for days after each workshop. ”

Simon McAuliffe

Cork Counselling Services is a place of integrity. They set the highest professional and ethical standards for themselves. It is a lovely place that I couldn't recommend highly enough

Marilien Romme

I initially chose to study here as it was part-time and this gave me the flexibility I needed. I can find academic learning quite difficult and this course allowed me to learn in a different way.

Amanda Murphy

The experiential nature of the program is the core of its success. The growth that happens when students and two skilled facilitators sit in a circle and engage in learning is exceptional.

Louise Favier

I want to highlight the residential weekends, they are a wonderful opportunity to really connect and get deep. One exercise included clay modelling which was incredibly powerful and moving.

Linda Brennan
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FAQ
  1. WHATS UNIQUE ABOUT YOUR TRAINING?
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    We are an organisation that is rooted in community with 40 years counselling and 27 years training experience and the best training team in Ireland. Probably. Unlike other colleges, our teaching is practice-based. Its a non-profit, values-based counselling organisation with in-house placement opportunities. Our learning is personal, experiential and applied, with small group sizes, tailored for the optimum group experience. We focus on the certificate and degree programmes. Only. Through the use of creativity and the running of residentnial weekends, the courses offer a unique opportunity to reclaim joy, wonder and friendship in your life with space and attention given to fun and celebration as well as academics and personal development.
  2. IS YOUR TRAINING WELL ACCREDITED?
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    Our BSc (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy degree is accredited by the Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy, Ireland’s largest and best recognised accreditation body for counsellors and psychotherapists, representing over 4, 500 members. The IACPs role is to maintain professional standards of exc.ellence in the field The course is also validated by Coventry University in Cork’s twin city, one of the UK’s top universities according to The Guardian University Guide. We are part of the university’s School of Health and Care. Our honours degree course is FHEQ Level 6 (equivalent to NFQ Level 8 in this country). Our academic standards are set in conjunction with the University and monitored by them on a continuous basis. As the Government progresses towards statutory regulation in the coming years, an NFQ Level 8 honours degree, from a University or QQI is expected to be the minimum standard. Already the IACP has moved to Level 8 as a minimum standard for accredited courses and our honours BSc course has been accredited by them.
  3. WHAT PHILOSOPHY INFORMS YOUR TRAINING?
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    We train in the integrative humanistic model of counselling. This means that we draw from all the major counselling and psychotherapy theories. However, we are most strongly influenced by the principles of the humanistic therapies, mainly Person-centred, Gestalt and Existential.

    To work within this model, the counsellor needs to be willing to undergo the same awareness training and deep self-exploration as they are expecting of their clients. I can only take my client as far as I have been myself. Our courses allow students to safely learn in relationship with each other so that they learn to know and experience more about themselves from others. And then they can better relate to client experience. Welwood (2006) offers that a counsellor’s wounding is not a fault or defect, rather a guiding compass that can lead to greater connectedness.

  4. WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT YOUR TRAINING IS EXPERIENTIAL?
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    Our training really is unique in using a highly relational model of experiential learning. We believe that the best way to learn to work and relate to people is to work and relate with people. Directly. Consistently. And that’s what we facilitate throughout our course. If a picture speaks a thousand words, then an experience impacts more deeply than a thousand pictures. Our trainers facilitate adult learning, we do not lecture information. While our course is theoretically strong, our well facilitated groups allow for students to learn from each other as they explore and develop their way of being and relating. In line with our model, thats where we believe the healing lies. We use creativity unlike any other college, including music, clay, art, poetry and drama. Our academic components rely on self-directed learning and presenting aswell as the extensive qualifications and experience of our training team.

  5. IS THIS REFLECTED IN THE PLACES YOU TRAIN?
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    Our training venues include state of the art facilities at Crann Centre (neuro physical disabilities), Marymount (hospice), St Lukes (Elderly Care), Ballyvaloo (seaside retreat centre), St Annes, Portarlington (a rural manor) as well as in our own city centre counselling centre in Cork. The venues are "in the field", they are not in an academically remote setting. Its one of the privileges of working with a community organisation that we have access to such supportive venues from sister not-for-profit organisations.
  6. WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT YOUR TRAINING IS PRACTICE BASED?
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    Cork Counselling Services operates a busy city centre counselling centre. First and foremost, our training is led by trainers who counsel as much as they teach. Your initial client work will be done in our busy centre, accompanied and supervised by our team. This level of student support at a crucial training stage is unparalleled by other colleges. We also offer in-house placement opportunities when you need to build up your practice hours in order to qualify. In this case, you do not have to find your own clients or find a premises from which to work.

    We are confident that the fully co-located integration of therapy, training and research in Cork Counselling Services leads to better therapy, better training and better research.
  7. ARE THERE PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL STUDENTS?
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    No other training school in Ireland integrates training and practice as tightly as we do. All students attend sit-ins with clients in our own counselling practice, which means they are fully supported by our own staff. Case Studies take place here also, with inhouse supervision, giving every student a direct experience of a successful counselling practice. Practice hours can be completed either within our service or with an external practice depending on various factors. We only facilitate placements in an external practice if we are certain of the standards of counselling and supervision there.
  8. WILL I NEED TO ATTEND COUNSELLING MYSELF?
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    We require our students to attend 25 counselling sessions per year of private therapy with an IACP or IAHIP accredited therapist. This investment in self development is separate from the Training Institute and allows your personal development and wellbeing be supported while you engage in challenging group work on the course. While not all colleges demand this level of counselling, neither do they achieve the same relational depth in being a counsellor as our graduates. The central aim of counselling training is to develop a student's personal and relational qualities with a view to increasing their ability to form genuine therapeutic relationships with clients. Our long experience tells us that this endeavour needs the support of personal therapy space aswell as group exploration space aswell as training interventions.
  9. DO YOU HAVE A LIBRARY OR WILL I HAVE TO PURCHASE BOOKS?
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    Cork Counselling Centre Training Institute houses an extensive library at 1 Salmon Weir, Hanover St, Cork, T12YC3X consisting of almost a thousand textbooks and hundreds of journals including all core texts and a diverse range of relevant counselling literature. The material traces the development of the profession from early philosophy, through Freud and onto 21st century neuroscience, across theories, topics and counselling issues. The Library is a welcoming place where all students on any training programmes are invited to become curious about theories, literature and research in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. Our institute also provides access to online libraries through Coventry University and EBSCO.
  10. WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH REGARDS TO STATE REGULATION OF COUNSELLORS?
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    The state body CORU has the role of protecting the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through statutory registration of health and social care professionals. Corú have recently named the thirteen members of its Counsellors and Psychotherapists Registration Board. Consultations have taken place with professional bodies, training providers, the HSE, Department of Health and other agencies. The legislation when passed is expected to require that counsellors achieve a minimum of Level 8 Honours Degree to become qualified. Psychotherapists will have a separate register and will be required to achieve a minimum of Level 8, it is predicted. The IACP (Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy) – the largest professional body – have already said that they would require all training courses to be a Level 8 (NFQ) Honours degree, from 2018 onwards to meet their accreditation criteria. The Cork Counselling Services Training Institute course is a Level 8 (NFQ) Honours degree course.
  11. DOES MY COURSE ENJOY "LEARNER PROTECTION"
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    Cork Counselling Services has approval to offer students Learner Protection Insurance. Learner Protection Insurance is only in place when each student receives their insurance policy. Each student should ensure that they receive a Learner Protection Insurance policy in their name (cost included in course fees). Learner Protection Insurance is provided by Arachas and underwritten by Aviva Insurance Ireland (DAC) trading as Aviva and regulated by the Central Bank Of Ireland. The learner protection policy provides for a refund of fees as specified in the 2012 Act. In some circumstances, it may be possible for a learner to transfer to a similar programme in another provider. In such circumstances, the learner may opt to receive the cost of an alternative similar academic programme. Transfer to another programme is always only a second option. The Learner Protection Insurance policy is governed by 65(4)(b) of the 2021 Act.
  12. WHAT IF ENGLISH IS NOT MY FIRST LANGUAGE?
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    If English is not your first language and we are not sure about your level of competence, we may ask you to submit an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Certificate at Level 6.5, or equivalent. IELTS is an English language test that measures the ability to communicate across listening, reading, writing and speaking in English. It is for people who intend to study through English and skills are assessed on a scale from 0 (non-user) to 9 (expert user). The tests are held in Cork City, see https://ieltscork.com/ for example. There are two types of IELTS test. They are Academic and General Training. We recommend the Academic.
  13. AM I ELIGIBLE FOR €1000 GOVERNMENT GRANT ON THESE COURSES?
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    Unfortunately the 1000 euro government grant for further education only applies to full time study so does not apply for these courses.
  14. HOW LONG HAS CCS PROVIDED TRAINING?
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    Since its foundation Cork Counselling Services Training Institute has been providing professional training, supervision, and placements for third level students. Early training programmes included a two-year Certificate programme in basic counselling and communication skills, and a full-time internship. Cork Counselling Services Training Institute also delivered a series of seminars for a GP training scheme and Bachelor of Arts Degree in Applied Psychology. In the 1990s The Centre began to work with the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and it developed its own Diploma programme. Our Diploma in Counselling was one of the first professional training courses to be recognised by the IACP in 1996.
  15. WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE COURSE COST?
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    Your fees pay for tuition, assessment, university registration, library membership, learner protection insurance and refreshments at every class. They do not cover counselling, supervision or residential fees where these apply.

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