5 Reasons to Study our Addiction Counselling Course
January 17, 2018
So you’re interested in studying an Addiction Counselling course with Open Study College?
Then let’s cut to the chase. The quicker you know why you should study, the quicker you can enrol and start your new career.
Now, there are many reasons to study our Addiction Counselling course, but here are our top 5:
The chance to help other people
Addiction Counselling is helping those who have an addiction with something to overcome it. This can be anything from alcohol, to sex, drugs or shoplifting. Many counsellors have said that they receive a great satisfaction from knowing that they are helping many people to live better lives, and having to liaise with different people on a regular basis is another rewarding perk of the job.
Improved career prospects
Often counsellors do not specialise in a particular field; they study a general counselling course with the intent of being able to help many people. However, specialising can be of more benefit as your knowledge will be focused and your clients will be more inclined to come to you. Our Addiction Counselling course is a knowledge-based course that can help you with any further qualifications that will lead you to your new career.
Salaries can start anywhere between £20,000 and £26,000, with the opportunity of earn up to £50,000 with experience. Private counsellors also tend to charge per client, with this leaning towards £50 per hour.
Award-winning tutor support
Each of our students are provided with a tutor that will guide them through their studies. The tutor will advise, give feedback and answer any queries that you may have for the duration of you course.
Study your way
Our Addiction Counselling course is studied through distance learning, meaning you are able to study at your own pace and in your own time. There are no strict deadlines to adhere to, so you can make it work around you. You could even work simultaneously, meaning you can gain knowledge and experience at the same time.
Take a look at our website or call our Student Adviser team on 03300 563100, and they will be able to help you enrol on our Addiction Counselling course today!