MSF-SUSS FCCP Joint Certificates
For FAM@FSC counsellors who are required to attend the MSF-SUSS FCCP courses as part of their training roadmap, they will be awarded the MSF-SUSS Certificate of Completion in Foundational Counselling when they complete the 5 foundational courses, and the MSF-SUSS Certificate of Completion for Specialisation in Family and Couple Counselling when they complete the 5 core courses.
The overview of the MSF-SUSS FCCP for counsellors hired by FAM@FSCs is shown below.
MSF-SUSS Certificate of Completion in Foundational Counselling(5 foundational courses)
|(CET330) Micro and Advanced Skills in Counselling|
(CET331) Theories and Techniques in Counselling
(CET332) Practicum: Specialised Counselling Skills
(CET333) Human Development: A Psychosocial Approach
(CET334) Counselling in a Multicultural Context
MSF-SUSS Certificate of Completion for Specialisation in Family and Couple Counselling
(5 core courses)
|(CET335) Counselling Children and Adolescents|
(CET336) Couple Counselling: The Gottman Approach
(CET337) Narrative Therapy in Family Counselling
(CET338) Structural Family Therapy
(CET339) Couple Counselling: Emotionally-Focused Couple Therapy
Please note that the joint certificates would only be issued to counsellors from the FAM@FSCs and not to the members of public.
*Optional OJT blueprint as part of workplace learning.
Workplace learning will be conducted on-site at the hiring agencies for newly hired counsellors. They will undergo 1-2 months of onboarding programme before enrolling for the MSF-SUSS FCCP.
On-site workplace supervisors will provide newly hired counsellors on-job-training (OJT) to familiarise them with the agency’s standard operating procedures and the job scope of a family counsellor. SUSS will support FAM@FSCs with an optional OJT blueprint to assist them in executing the OJT process in a structured and consistent manner.