Cedar degree apprenticeships present a unique opportunity to gain the knowledge and competencies to work as a psychological practitioner, with your training funded by your employer. Apprentices are full-time employees of their organisation, gaining a University of Exeter degree-level apprenticeship alongside work.
You will study within a centre of excellence for training in clinical and psychological therapies under the experienced leadership of Cedar clinical academics, many of whom have done the job. Direct supervision in your workplace will further develop your skills through applying them in the workplace.
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Learn to develop and apply knowledge and competency in Low-Intensity CBT for patients with common mental health difficulties, and qualify to work as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) within Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) services.
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What's it like studying as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner?
Find out from Tim, a Senior PWP in Devon, in this video. Tim held a level 2 BACP qualification in counselling skills and worked in various mental health settings before training as a PWP.
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