self-funding CBT course

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self-funding CBT course

Post by shabz » Thu Feb 21, 2019 7:32 pm


I would like to know if there's anyone here who has done Postgraduate diploma CBT self-funded. I am currently working in an IAPT service. I don't see any realistic prospect of progressing further in my current position esp now my line manager has made it clear that there are not potential HIT training available. I would like to know from fellow CBT's, what are job prospects like after qualifying?
I don't know which path I should go for, ideally I would like to do the HIT training in the future, whether it is funded or self-funded. I have a good job atm but would like to progress further which would mean that I would need to leave my current role to do this. I don't know if this is worth it, or should I wait until a funded HIT post becomes available.
Any advice will be appreciated.


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