Renew Counselling and Training

our courses

Training with Renew

We are passionate about providing high-quality, professional training. Our specialist training is exciting, innovative and meets BACP training standards.

Whether you’re looking to start a career in counselling or mental health work or looking to extend your existing skills, we have a range of courses to suit your needs.

The courses are part-time to enable students to study and train at a pace that fits in with their life
and commitments.

Our courses with Anglia Ruskin University

We believe passionately in the power of counselling for children and young people. And we believe that children and young people deserve professionally and appropriately trained counsellors.

 

That’s why we work in academic partnership with ARU to deliver the following:

This is a 4-year, part-time course which provides students with the specific and unique skills and theory to be able to counsel and support children and young people. For more information, head to the ARU website.

This is a 1-year, full-time course which provides students with the specific and unique skills and theory to be able to counsel and support children and young people. You will be required to be in training one full day a week. 

For more information, head to the ARU website.

Students enrolled on either the Counselling DipHE or the BA could receive a loan to cover the costs of your tuition. You would only start paying back this loan once you’re earning over £21,000 per year. For further information on the financial support available to you, head to the ARU website.

Counselling, supervision and CPD courses with Renew

We also deliver courses designed to support your curiosity and continual development.

For those considering a career in counselling and perhaps planning to apply for the DipHE in Counselling (Children and Young People), this course is an excellent platform to increase your understanding.

This course would also support those working in other caring professions such as teachers, teaching assistants and social workers.

For further information on the course, click here:


The aim of this training curriculum is to enable qualified professionals across the helping professions (such as counsellors, pastoral staff and social care workers) to acquire the knowledge and competences required to practise as supervisors in line with evidence-based practice.

For further information on the course, click here. 

 

As counselling providers, we understand the importance of professional counselling standards, good practice, and the needs of students in training. We offer excellent support to our students, with staff-to-student ratios of 1-16 and supported placements for students.

We have a reputation for excellence in delivering this specialised training, and for graduating knowledgeable and effective practitioners.

Recent changes and updates to our curriculum have been designed to provide our graduation with a wider range of specialist skills for professional practice and to enhance their employability.

For further information on our CPD offer, click here.

 

Any questions?

For queries about training, please contact Deborah Weston, Training Coordinator. 

For queries regarding student support or CPD, please contact Michelle Nelson, Student and Alumni Support.