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Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award inCounselling SkillsPearson BTEC Level 2 Certificatein Counselling SkillsSpecificationBTEC Specialist qualificationsFor first teaching April 2011Issue 2

Edexcel, BTEC and LCCI qualificationsEdexcel, BTEC and LCCI qualifications are awarded by Pearson, the UK’s largest awardingbody offering academic and vocational qualifications that are globally recognised andbenchmarked. For further information, please visit our qualifications website atqualifications.pearson.com. Alternatively, you can get in touch with us using the details onour contact us page at qualifications.pearson.com/contactusAbout PearsonPearson is the world's leading learning company, with 35,000 employees in more than 70countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their livesthrough learning. We put the learner at the centre of everything we do, because whereverlearning flourishes, so do people. Find out more about how we can help you and yourlearners at qualifications.pearson.comThis specification is Issue 2. Key changes are listed in the summary table on the next page.We will inform centres of any changes to this issue. The latest issue can be found on thePearson website: qualifications.pearson.comThese qualifications were previously known as:Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling Skills (QCF)Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills (QCF)The QNs remain the same.References to third party material made in this specification are made in good faith. Pearsondoes not endorse, approve or accept responsibility for the content of materials, which may besubject to change, or any opinions expressed therein. (Material may include textbooks,journals, magazines and other publications and websites.)All information in this specification is correct at time of publication.ISBN 9781446949191All the material in this publication is copyright Pearson Education Limited 2017

Summary of specification Issue 2 changes for:Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award/Certificate inCounselling SkillsSummary of changes made between previous Issue 1 and thiscurrent Issue 2Page numberAll references to QCF have been removed throughout the specificationDefinition of TQT addedDefinition of sizes of qualifications aligned to TQTTQT value addedQCF references removed from unit titles and unit levels in all unitsGuided learning definition updatedThroughout11317-4711Earlier issue(s) show(s) previous changes.If you need further information on these changes or what they mean, contact us via ourwebsite at: tml.

BTEC Specialist qualification titles covered by thisspecificationPearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling SkillsQualifications eligible and funded for post-16-year-olds can be found on the fundingHub. The Skills Funding Agency also publishes a funding catalogue that lists thequalifications available for 19 funding.The Qualification Number (QN) should be used by centres when they wish to seekpublic funding for their learners. Each unit within a qualification will also have a unitcode.The qualification and unit codes will appear on learners’ final certificationdocumentation.The Qualification Number for the qualification in this publication is:Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling Skills600/0588/9This qualification title will appear on learners’ certificates. Learners need to bemade aware of this when they are recruited by the centre and registered withPearson.This qualification is accredited by Ofqual as being Stand Alone.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling SkillsQualifications eligible and funded for post-16-year-olds can be found on the fundingHub. The Skills Funding Agency also publishes a funding catalogue that lists thequalifications available for 19 funding.The Qualification Number (QN) should be used by centres when they wish to seekpublic funding for their learners. Each unit within a qualification will also have a unitcode.The qualification and unit codes will appear on learners’ final certificationdocumentation.The Qualification Number for the qualification in this publication is:Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills600/0596/8This qualification title will appear on learners’ certificates. Learners need to bemade aware of this when they are recruited by the centre and registered withPearson.This qualification is accredited by Ofqual as being Stand Alone.

Welcome to the BTEC level 2 qualifications inCounselling SkillsFocusing on the Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualifications in CounsellingSkillsPearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling SkillsThis qualification is designed to introduce counselling skills. Learners intending tobecome practising counsellors should progress to other BTEC qualifications.Learners will not be able to progress to employment as a counsellor on completionof this award.The Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling Skills is designed to provide: education and training for those who may use counselling skills when workingwith others opportunities for those who may use counselling skills when working with othersto achieve a nationally-recognised, level 2, vocationally-specific qualification opportunities for learners to gain a nationally-recognised, vocationally-specificqualification to assist in entering employment in fields working with people or toprogress to the Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills the knowledge, understanding and skills learners need as an introduction tocounselling skills opportunities for learners to develop skills and techniques, personal qualitiesand attributes essential for successful performance in working life.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling SkillsThis qualification is designed to introduce counselling skills. Learners intending tobecome practising counsellors should progress to other BTEC qualifications.Learners will not be able to progress to employment as a counsellor on completionof this certificate.The Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills is designed to provide: education and training for those who may use counselling skills when workingwith others opportunities for those who may use counselling skills when working with othersto achieve a nationally-recognised, Level 2, vocationally-specific qualification opportunities for learners to gain a nationally-recognised, vocationally-specificqualification to assist in entering employment in fields working with people or toprogress to further vocational qualifications such as the Pearson BTEC Level 3Certificate or Diploma in Counselling Skills

the knowledge, understanding and skills learners need as an introduction tocounselling skills opportunities for learners to develop a range of skills and techniques, personalqualities and attributes essential for successful performance in working life.Straightforward to implement, teach and assessImplementing BTECs couldn’t be easier. They are designed to fit easily into yourcurriculum and can be studied independently or alongside existing qualifications, tosuit the interests and aspirations of learners. The clarity of assessment makesgrading learner attainment simple.Engaging for everyoneLearners of all abilities flourish when they can apply their own knowledge, skills andenthusiasm to a subject. BTEC qualifications make explicit the link betweentheoretical learning and the world of work by giving learners the opportunity toapply their research, skills and knowledge to work-related contexts and casestudies. These applied and practical BTEC approaches give all learners the impetusthey need to achieve and the skills they require for workplace or educationprogression.RecognitionBTECs are understood and recognised by a large number of organisations in a widerange of sectors. BTEC qualifications are developed with key industryrepresentatives and Sector Skills Councils (SSC) – in this case the Skills forHealth SSC – to ensure that they meet employer and learner needs. Many industryand professional bodies offer successful BTEC learners exemptions for their ownaccredited qualifications.All you need to get startedTo help you off to a flying start, we’ve developed an enhanced specification thatgives you all the information you need to start teaching BTEC. This includes: a framework of equivalencies, so you can see how this qualification compareswith other Pearson vocational qualifications information on rules of combination, structures and quality assurance, so youcan deliver the qualification with confidence explanations of the content’s relationship with the learning outcomes guidance on assessment, and what the learner must produce to achieve theunit.Don’t forget that we’re always here to offer curriculum and qualification updates,local training and network opportunities, advice, guidance and support.

ContentsWhat are BTEC Specialist qualifications?1Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award2Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate2Key features of the Pearson BTEC Level 2 in Counselling Skills2National Occupational Standards2Rules of combination3Rules of combination for the Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualifications3Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling Skills4Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills5Assessment6Quality assurance of centres7Approval7Quality Assurance Guidance8Programme design and delivery8Mode of delivery8Resources8Delivery approach9Access and recruitment9Restrictions on learner entry10Access arrangements and special considerations10Recognition of Prior Learning10Unit formatUnits1115Unit 1: Using Counselling Skills17Unit 2: Introduction to Counselling Skills Theories27Unit 3: Diversity and Ethics in the Use of Counselling Skills33Unit 4: Counselling Skills and Personal Development41

Further information and useful publications48Professional development and training49Annexe A51The Pearson BTEC qualification framework for the Health and SocialCare sectorAnnexe BWider curriculum mappingAnnexe CUnit mapping overviewAnnexe DGlossary of accreditation terminologyAnnexe E5153535555575759National Occupational Standards (NOS) mapping to Level 2 Counsellingunits59Annexe FBTEC Specialist and Professional qualifications6161

What are BTEC Specialist qualifications?BTEC Specialist qualifications are work-related qualifications available from Entry toLevel 3 in a range of sectors. They give learners the knowledge, understanding andskills they need to prepare for employment in a specific occupational area. Thequalifications also provide career development opportunities for those already inwork. The qualifications may be offered as full-time or part-time courses in schoolsor colleges. Training centres and employers may also offer these qualifications.Sizes of Specialist qualificationsFor all regulated qualifications, we specify a total number of hours that learners areexpected to undertake in order to complete and show achievement for thequalification – this is the Total Qualification Time (TQT). The TQT value indicatesthe size of a qualification.Within the TQT, we identify the number of Guided Learning Hours (GLH) that acentre delivering the qualification needs to provide. Guided learning meansactivities that directly or immediately involve tutors and assessors in teaching,supervising, and invigilating learners, for example lectures, tutorials, onlineinstruction and supervised study.As well as guided learning, there may be other required learning that is directed bytutors or assessors. This includes, for example, private study, preparation forassessment and undertaking assessment when not under supervision, such aspreparatory reading, revision and independent research.As well as TQT and GLH, qualifications can also have a credit value – equal to onetenth of TQT, rounded to the nearest whole number.TQT and credit values are assigned after consultation with users of thequalifications.BTEC Specialist qualifications are available in the following sizes: Award – a qualification with a TQT value of 120 or less (equivalent to a range of1–12 credits) Certificate – a qualification with a TQT value in the range of 121–369(equivalent to a range of 13–36 credits) Diploma – a qualification with a TQT value of 370 or more(equivalent to 37 credits and above).Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 1 – DecemberApril 2011 Pearson Education Limited 20171

Pearson BTEC Level 2 AwardThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award offers an engaging programme for those who seeka basic introduction to the theories and practices in counselling skills. Theselearners may wish to extend their programme through the study of a related GCSE,a complementary NVQ or other related vocational or personal and socialdevelopment qualification. These learning programmes can be developed to allowlearners to study complementary qualifications without duplication of content.Pearson BTEC Level 2 CertificateThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate offers an engaging programme for those whowish to explore beyond a basic introduction to the theories and practices incounselling skills. These learners may wish to extend their programme through thestudy of a related GCSE, a complementary NVQ or other related vocational orpersonal and social development qualification. These learning programmes can bedeveloped to allow learners to study complementary qualifications withoutduplication of content.Key features of the Pearson BTEC Level 2 in Counselling SkillsThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills have beendeveloped to give learners the opportunity to: engage in learning that is relevant to them and which will provide opportunitiesto develop skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes helpful forsuccessful performance in working life achieve a nationally-recognised, level 2, vocationally-related qualification progress to employment in a particular vocational sector progress to related general and/or vocational qualifications.National Occupational StandardsWhere relevant, Pearson BTEC level 2 qualifications are designed to provide some ofthe underpinning knowledge and understanding for the National OccupationalStandards (NOS), as well as developing practical skills in preparation for work andpossible achievement of NVQs in due course. NOS form the basis of NationalVocational Qualifications (NVQs). Pearson BTEC level 2 qualifications do not purportto deliver occupational competence in the sector, which should be demonstrated ina work context.The relevant NOS are available from:Skills for Health2nd Floor, Goldsmiths House, Broad PlainBristol BS 20JPTelephone: 0117 922 1155Fax:0117 925 ion – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 12 – April 20117 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Rules of combinationThe rules of combination specify the credits that need to be achieved, through thecompletion of particular units, for the qualification to be awarded. All accreditedqualifications have rules of combination.Rules of combination for the Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualificationsWhen combining units for the Pearson BTEC Level 2 in Counselling Skills, it is thecentre’s responsibility to ensure that the following rules of combination are adheredto.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling Skills1. The Total Qualification Time (TQT) for this qualification is 80 hours.2. The Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for this qualification is 603. Qualification credit value: 8 credits.4. Minimum credit to be achieved at the level of the qualification: 8 credits.All credits must be achieved from the units listed in this specification.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills1. The Total Qualification Time (TQT) for this qualification is 160 hours.2. The Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for this qualification is 1203. Qualification credit value: 16 credits.4. Minimum credit to be achieved at the level of the qualification: 16 credits.All credits must be achieved from the units listed in this specification.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 1 – DecemberApril 2011 Pearson Education Limited 20173

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling SkillsThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling Skills is an 8-credit and 60-guidedlearning-hour (GLH) qualification consisting of 2 mandatory units.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award in Counselling SkillsUnitMandatory units124CreditGLHLevelUsing Counselling Skills4302Introduction to Counselling Skills Theories4302Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 12 – April 20117 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling SkillsThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills is a 16-credit and 120guided learning hour (GLH) qualification consisting of 4 mandatory units.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling SkillsUnitMandatory unitsCreditGLH1Using Counselling Skills43022Introduction to Counselling Skills Theories43023Diversity and Ethics in the Use of CounsellingSkills43024Counselling Skills and Personal Development4302Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 1 – DecemberApril 2011 Pearson Education Limited 2017Level5

AssessmentAll units within this qualification are internally assessed. The qualifications arecriterion referenced, based on the achievement of all the specified learningoutcomes.To achieve a ‘pass’ a learner must have successfully passed all the assessmentcriteria.GuidanceThe purpose of assessment is to ensure that effective learning has taken place togive learners the opportunity to: meet the standard determined by the assessment criteria and achieve the learning outcomes.All the assignments created by centres should be reliable and fit for purpose, andshould be built on the unit assessment criteria. Assessment tasks and activitiesshould enable learners to produce valid, sufficient and reliable evidence that relatesdirectly to the specified criteria. Centres should enable learners to produce evidencein a variety of different forms, including performance observation, presentationsand posters, along with projects or time-constrained assessments.Centres are encouraged to emphasise the practical application of the assessmentcriteria, providing a realistic scenario for learners to adopt, and making maximumuse of practical activities. The creation of assignments that are fit for purpose isvital to achievement and their importance cannot be over-emphasised.The assessment criteria must be clearly indicated in the assignments briefs. Thisgives learners focus and helps with internal verification and standardisationprocesses. It will also help to ensure that learner feedback is specific to theassessment criteria.When designing assignments briefs, centres are encouraged to identify commontopics and themes. A central feature of vocational assessment is that it allows forassessment to be: current, ie to reflect the most recent developments and issues local, ie to reflect the employment context of the delivering centre flexible to reflect learner needs, ie at a time and in a way that matches thelearner’s requirements so that they can demonstrate achievement.6Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 12 – April 20117 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Qualification gradeLearners who achieve the minimum eligible credit value specified by the rules ofcombination will achieve the qualification at pass grade.In the Pearson BTEC level 2 Specialist qualifications each unit has a credit valuewhich specifies the number of credits that will be awarded to a learner who hasachieved the learning outcomes of the unit. This has been based on: one credit for those learning outcomes achievable in 10 hours of learning time learning time being defined as the time taken by learners at the level of theunit, on average, to complete the learning outcomes of the unit to the standarddetermined by the assessment criteria the credit value of the unit remaining constant regardless of the method ofassessment used or the qualification to which it contributes.Quality assurance of centresPearson BTEC level 2 qualifications provide a flexible structure for learners, enablingprogrammes of varying credits and combining different levels. For the purposes ofquality assurance, all individual qualifications and units are considered as a whole.Centres delivering the Pearson BTEC level 2 must be committed to ensuring thequality of the units and qualifications they deliver, through effective standardisationof assessors and verification of assessor decisions. Centre quality assurance andassessment is monitored and guaranteed by Pearson.The Pearson quality assurance processes will involve: centre approval for those centres not already recognised as a centre for BTECqualifications approval for the Pearson BTEC level 2 qualifications and units compulsory Pearson-provided training and standardisation for internal verifiersand assessors leading to the accreditation of lead internal verifiers via the OSCAsystem quality review of the centre verification practice centre risk assessment by Pearson of overarching processes and qualitystandards remedial training and/or assessment sampling for centres identified throughstandardisation or risk assessment activities as having inadequate quality,assessment or internal verification processes.ApprovalCentres are required to declare their commitment to ensuring the quality of theprogramme of learning and providing appropriate assessment opportunities forlearners that lead to valid and accurate assessment outcomes. In addition, centreswill commit to undertaking defined training and online standardisation activities.Centres already holding BTEC approval are able to gain qualification approvalonline. New centres must complete a centre approval application.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 1 – DecemberApril 2011 Pearson Education Limited 20177

Quality Assurance GuidanceDetails of quality assurance for the Pearson BTEC level 2 qualifications are set out incentre guidance which is published on our website (qualifications.pearson.com).Programme design and deliveryMode of deliveryPearson does not normally define the mode of delivery for Pearson BTEC Entry tolevel 3 qualifications. Centres are free to offer the qualifications using any mode ofdelivery (such as full-time, part-time, evening only, distance learning) that meetstheir learners’ needs. Whichever mode of delivery is used, centres must ensure thatlearners have appropriate access to the resources identified in the specification andto the subject specialists delivering the units. This is particularly important forlearners studying for the qualification through open or distance learning.Learners studying for the qualification on a part-time basis bring with them awealth of experience that should be utilised to maximum effect by tutors andassessors. The use of assessment evidence drawn from learners’ work environmentsshould be encouraged. Those planning the programme should aim to enhance thevocational nature of the qualification by: liaising with employers to ensure a course relevant to learners’ specific needs linking with company-based/workplace training programmes making full use of the variety of experience of work and life that learners bringto the programme.ResourcesPearson BTEC level 2 qualifications are designed to give learners an understandingof the skills needed for specific vocational sectors. Physical resources need tosupport the delivery of the programme and the assessment of the learningoutcomes, and should therefore normally be of industry standard. Staff deliveringprogrammes and conducting the assessments should be familiar with currentpractice and standards in the sector concerned. Centres will need to meet anyspecific resource requirements to gain approval from Pearson.Where specific resources are required these have been indicated in individual unitsin the Essential resources sections.8Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 12 – April 20117 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Delivery approachIt is important that centres develop an approach to teaching and learning thatsupports the vocational nature of Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualifications and the modeof delivery. Specifications give a balance of practical skill development andknowledge requirements. Tutors and assessors need to ensure that appropriatelinks are made between theory and practical application and that the knowledgebase is applied to the sector. This requires the development of relevant and up-todate teaching materials that allow learners to apply their learning to actual eventsand activity within the sector. Maximum use should be made of learners’experience.Access and recruitmentPearson’s policy regarding access to its qualifications is that: they should be available to everyone who is capable of reaching the requiredstandards they should be free from any barriers that restrict access and progression there should be equal opportunities for all wishing to access the qualifications.Centres are required to recruit learners to BTEC qualifications with integrity. Thiswill include ensuring that applicants have appropriate information and advice aboutthe qualifications and that the qualification will meet their needs. Centres shouldtake appropriate steps to assess each applicant’s potential and make a professionaljudgement about their ability to successfully complete the programme of study andachieve the qualification. This assessment will need to take account of the supportavailable to the learner within the centre during their programme of study and anyspecific support that might be necessary to allow the learner to access theassessment for the qualification. Centres should consult Pearson’s policy on learnerswith particular requirements.Centres will need to review the entry profile of qualifications and/or experience heldby applicants, considering whether this profile shows an ability to progress to ahigher level qualification.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 1 – DecemberApril 2011 Pearson Education Limited 20179

Restrictions on learner entryThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualifications in Counselling Skills are accredited forlearners aged 16 and above.In particular sectors the restrictions on learner entry might also relate to anyphysical or legal barriers, for example people working in health, care or educationare likely to be subject to Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks.Access arrangements and special considerationsPearson’s policy on access arrangements and special considerations for BTEC andPearson Edexcel NVQ qualifications aims to enhance access to the qualifications forlearners with disabilities and other difficulties (as defined by the 1995 DisabilityDiscrimination Act and the amendments to the Act) without compromising theassessment of skills, knowledge, understanding or competence.Further details are given in the policy document Access Arrangements and SpecialConsiderations for BTEC and Edexcel NVQ Qualifications, which can be found on thePearson website (qualifications.pearson.com). This policy replaces the previousPearson policy (Assessment of Vocationally Related Qualifications: Regulations andGuidance Relating to Learners with Special Requirements, 2002) concerninglearners with particular requirements.Recognition of Prior LearningRecognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a method of assessment (leading to theaward of credit) that considers whether a learner can demonstrate that they canmeet the assessment requirements for a unit through knowledge, understanding orskills they already possess and so do not need to develop through a course oflearning.Pearson encourages centres to recognise learners’ previous achievements andexperiences whether at work, home or leisure, as well as in the classroom. RPLprovides a route for the recognition of the achievements resulting from continuouslearning.RPL enables recognition of achievement from a range of activities using any validassessment methodology. Provided that the assessment requirements of a givenunit or qualification have been met, the use of RPL is acceptable for accrediting aunit, units or a whole qualification. Evidence of learning must be sufficient, reliableand valid.Further details are given in the policy document Recognition of Prior Learning,which can be found on the Pearson website (qualifications.pearson.com).10Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skills –Issue 12 – April 20117 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Unit formatUnits have the following sections.Unit titleThis is the formal title of the unit that will appear on the learner’s certificate.Unit reference numberEach unit is assigned a unit reference number that appears with the unit title on theRegister of Regulated Qualifications.LevelAll units and qualifications have a level assigned to them. The level assigned isinformed by the level descriptors defined by Ofqual, the qualifications regulator.Credit valueWhen a learner achieves a unit, they gain the specified number of credits.Guided learning hoursGuided Learning Hours (GLH) is the number of hours that a centre delivering thequalification needs to provide. Guided learning means activities that directly orimmediately involve tutors and assessors in teaching, supervising, and invigilatinglearners, for example lectures, tutorials, online instruction and supervised study.Unit aimThe aim provides a clear summary of the purpose of the unit and is a succinctstatement that summarises the learning outcomes of the unit.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award and Certificate in Counselling Skill

The Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills is designed to provide: education and training for those who may use counselling skills when working with others opportunities for those who may use counselling skills when working with others to achieve a nationally-recognised, Level 2, vocationally-specific qualification

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