How is the BACP Approved Practitioner Qualification - Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling different from the existing Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling?
The new BACP Approved Practitioner Qualification - Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling has a few additions to meet BACP approval. All tutors delivering and assessing will be members of BACP and all candidates will be student members of BACP. Both should agree to work within the BACP ethical framework and understand that they are subject to the BACP complaints procedure. Centres will provide the opportunity for candidates to undertake the BACP Certificate of Proficiency (COP) during the course and this becomes an additionally assessed element of the qualification. Candidates qualifying with the BACP Approved Practitioner Qualification - Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling will have automatic entry to the BACP Register. A fee of £25 per candidate is charged by BACP in addition to the CPCAB registration fee and centre course fees.