Charity launches new qualification
A CHARITY which helps people recover from substance misuse is launching a new qualification.
Broadreach House, in Devonport, is offering the Level 3 Certificate in Life Coaching Studies which is aimed at those wishing to support people "to cope better with life's difficulties and challenges", develop self-confidence and form and develop loving relationships.
Broadreach is staging an initial taster day on the Saturday, November 17, from 10am to 4pm, when people can find out if the course is something they wish to undertake.
The full course is due to begin on the January 8, next year.
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Course tutor Zoe Wakeham said: "This is an exciting and innovative training opportunity and we are proud to be at the forefront of introducing this new CPCAB (Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body) accredited qualification to the South West."
Life Coaching is a process of helping people to move from where they are now, to where they want to get to, she explained.
It is a practical way for an individual to gain clarity around how they want to change their lives and achieve their goals.
This new course is an addition to the full range of counselling courses already run by Broadreach training.
For 30 years Broadreach has been working in the Plymouth area providing therapeutic care for individuals entering residential rehabilitation for substance misuse issues.
In the past decade it has expanded its provision to include a broad range of training opportunities for adults wanting to gain qualifications in working with people.
For information or to book onto the taster day contact Zoe Wakeham at Broadreach on 01752 566211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org