We offer the Certificate in two separate courses leading to the same qualification. It is accredited by the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT).
Date: September 2023
Course length: 1 Year (18 teaching days, Mondays, twice a month 10:00-16:00)
Fee for 2023: £3.024.00
The course is constructed in two different formats from which candidates must choose. They are:
The courses are equivalent and cover the same basic systemic tools and approaches. Applicants are therefore required to indicate at the point of application which course they wish to attend.
Progression: After successful completion, trainees can apply for the Intermediate Certificate in Systemic Practice.
No previous training in systemic work is required.
Participants must be working with families and couples/children and their families within the context of their profession.
If your intention is to pursue your training to MSc level, you must be aware that a prior professional qualification will be a requirement for entry. Please see Prior Professional Qualifications and APEL Policy for further details of MSc entry criteria.
Essay of 1,500 words due December (30%)
Essay of 3,500 words due April (70%)
Essay of 3.500 words due January (50%)
Presentation to small group in June (50%)
Reflective Journal (0%)
Applications Open: mid-March each year
Applications Close: 30 June.
This is a popular course and early application is advised. Late applicants are advised to contact the training department after the closing date to check availability of places.
Selection for the course is made on the basis of the application form. Applicants will not normally be required to attend an interview.
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