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Assertiveness and Confidence Building - Part-time

Counselling Comp

Course outline

Ever feel like you could be more assertive, or would you like to feel more confident and in control in certain situations?

This course is designed to introduce you to the skills and techniques of being confident, assertive and the ideas that underpin them. 

This short course will start off with an introduction about what is assertiveness and different types of social behaviour.

You will explore assertiveness techniques, how to say ‘no’, and about managing criticism.

The course is designed to teach you skills for life which will make it easier for you to recognise different kinds of behaviour, how to act in an assertive way that shows self-respect and respect for others and ways to decline or say no when you want to.

You will also be encouraged to feel confident about your right to be you and you will cover personal development such as progressing in the workplace.

Next steps

You can enrol on this course by telephone, in person or by post. Click below to find out how!

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Location Date(s) Course code Fees / reductions


St George's Centre
91 Victoria Road, Netherfield, Nottingham NG4 2NN


22 September 2017 - 20 October 2017

Course code:


Fees / reductions:

Full fee: £30

Fees may be waived if you are in receipt of certain benefits.


No qualification awarded


6 weeks

Level Other
Entry requirements

You must be:

  • Aged 19 or over
  • Entry 3 English Reading/Writing/Speaking/Listening
  • Studying your first community funded course

By attending the course you will have increased your knowledge, skills and understanding to help you move on and take up further opportunities open to you.

Your tutor will discuss progression opportunities with you at the final session as part of the course evaluation. These may include other community courses, employability skills courses, volunteering opportunities and progression onto other Nottingham College courses.

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Course fees 

You may be able to study for free! Check whether you are eligible here.


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