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This programme is designed for anyone interested in the psychology of crime and learning more about the use of psychology in crime, its detection and prevention. The course will enables learners to: (1) Recognise how different research methods can help […]
This programme is designed for people who wish to gain an awareness of drug and alcohol misuse and practice methods of counselling clients who misuse substances. The objectives of the course are to enable learners to: (1) obtain a better […]
The aim of this self-study course is to provide a comprehensive guide to crime detection and examines in detail a range of techniques used for scientific evaluation of evidence. Forensic Science means any science which is used as evidence in […]
This Social Care Course is designed to provide an understanding of the role of a carer and is aimed at people caring in the home setting as well as those entering social care on a professional basis. No prior qualification […]
Many adults returning to study are worried about how they will cope. This module, Academic Writing & Learning Skills, is designed to address the need for the development of effective study skills. Whether you intend to pursue a certificate, diploma, […]
This Access course is designed specifically for people who may not have the conventional educational requirements and who come from socio-economic backgrounds that are underrepresented at third level. This course will enable students to acquire the necessary skills, knowledge and […]
This module aims to provide the learner with the skills, knowledge and competence to provide holistic care for older people in a variety of care settings working under the direction and supervision of nursing staff.
Provide participants with a broad overview of key theoretical frameworks in relation to substance misuse and dependance, and to enable them to develop basic helping and intervention skills. Relevant to Garda , Health and Social workers, Community workers, Teachers as […]
The Addiction Studies QQI/FETAC level 5 component award provides a real opportunity for you to learn about the process of addiction and the consequences of how it affects families, communities and Irish society. This is suited to anyone interested in […]
Provide participants with a broad overview of key theoretical frameworks in relation to substance misuse and dependence, and to enable them to develop basic helping and intervention skills. Relevant to Garda , Health and Social workers, Community workers, Teachers as […]
This course is designed to serve as a training course for people working with adults in a guidance counselling setting, providing information, advice guidance and placement services.The emphasis of the course is on the development of the key communication and […]
For FREE course brochure please visit www.kilroyscollege.ie/free_brochure This Adult Psychology course is an exciting introduction to the world of psychology. You will begin on a journey of self exploration of your feelings, personality and abilities. This personal and confidential course […]
This programme is suitable for people who wish to become supervisors to counsellors/psychotherapists or other helping professionals either in a paid or voluntary capacity. Available in WEST DUBLIN.
Radio broadcasting course aimed at improving the basic knowledge of radio broadcasting to an advanced level. Modules include advanced presentation and production skills, as well as voice-training and researching techniques. This course is normally taken as an optional follow-on from […]
The aim of this programme is to support adults in later life and those working with them to work towards change both on a personal and a societal level. The main objective is to develop critical awareness among students of […]
Full details on this lecture-only module will be available on our website www.histories-humanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses after 10 August 2015.
An Introduction to Ancient Ireland is designed to enable students to explore cultural aspects of early Ireland, and will illuminate connections between its literature, mythology, religion, society and material culture. Giving particular emphasis to early medieval tales, as a window […]
Anthropology is part of the DIPLOMA COURSE IN SOCIAL STUDIES AND COUNSELLING SKILLS (offered by DISTANCE LEARNING & E-LEARNING). Social Studies brings together material from Sociology, Social Psychology, Cultural Anthropology, Counselling, Social History, Child Development, Social Economics, Reflective Learning, etc. […]
Programme Overview This course has a dual purpose of being a preparatory science course for those wishing to progress to further study or alternatively as a preparation for employment in a pharmacy. Students who complete this course will graduate with […]
This one year course will aim to prepare participants for work with people in a social care, community development or residential setting. The care worker needs the social, communication and caring skills to work with individuals and groups. Many of […]