This professional programme in counselling, has been designed in consultation with industry partners, professional and academic bodies.The course is offered part-time over 3 years of study. It is awarded and validated by Ulster University and is accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and successful completion of the full award confers fitness to practice counselling. The course aims to develop students with the required attributes, skills and competencies to work effectively and ethically with adults who wish to avail of professional counselling. The course is structured around 11 taught modules. These are delivered via a blended approach to teaching and learning which involves opportunities for face-to-face lectures, student led seminars, group work, counselling practice with peers and online teaching. All modules are compulsory and represent 120 credits of learning at L4 and 120 credits of learning at L5. Successful completion of 240 credits of study, including the successful completion of the clinical practice components, result in the award of Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling Practice.