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Career counselling

Discussion in 'PSHE' started by mincepie1964, Jun 3, 2017.

  1. mincepie1964

    mincepie1964 New commenter

    I have been teaching for 24 years, 10 of which in international schools. I came back to the UK 5 years ago, went back to college in the to do a Professional Diploma in Therapeutic counselling giving me the chance to become school counsellor. Since then I was able to teach Health and Social Care and Psychology in a college. Itching to go abroad again, I am now applying for positions as counsellor in international schools but most of them seem to require experience in career guidance and college applications, which I don't really have. I am thinking of doing an accredited online course at level 4 in Career Counselling to gain the knowledge and confidence. If you are or have been in this situation, I would be grateful for any advice. I have worked as a school counsellor for many years now in the UK and abroad but just don't feel confident about the career side of the job.

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