A degree in Counselling, Coaching and Mentoring offers an exciting and contemporary way of understanding and facilitating the development of others. The programme provides an overtly vocational, undergraduate experience for people interested in securing employment in social care settings or looking for a grounding to support further study in the areas of social work, psychotherapy, counselling and specialist areas of coaching. It will also be of interest to students looking for entry onto graduate recruitment schemes run by businesses where the capacity to problem-solve and work in teams along with formulating and meeting goals and objectives are seen as highly desirable skills. This vocational emphasis is supported by a teaching team that have a commitment to maintaining their own practice as a means of informing relevant and contemporary applied learning. The programme will appeal to people interested in theories of personality, theories of motivation, positive psychology and problem management. The degree is therefore designed to provide a sound and flexible academic base for progression into a diverse mixture of career options, higher degrees, research and further postgraduate qualifications.