City Colleges offers a number of exciting diplomas in Psychology, Criminology, Law, Arts, Digital Marketing and Event Management. The programmes offer industry-related education and training using a student centric approach, with lecturers, facilities and course materials of the highest quality.
The Dublin City Public Libraries Spring 2017 Start Your Own Business Programme in association with the Local Enterprise Office, Dublin City and QED Training takes place from 23rd March to 27th April. The programme is a series of six free talks and is aimed at those contemplating self-employment and in need of guidance and expertise in all aspects of starting or growing a business in Ireland.
The DRCC invites appropriate professionals working with young people including Youthreach, youth work, residential care, and second level school staff to attend a training programme which will equip them to facilitate the DRCC BodyRight programme with young people.
If you feel lost, stressed, anxious because not only did your job vanish, but also a part of your identity went with it, at times it can be very hard to cope. You don’t have to go it alone. Because it also happened to me, I can understand, and I can help you.
This course is suitable for those seeking to pursue their awareness and development in the field of counselling and/or who work in the helping/caring professions. Applications are invited with an interest in augmenting their understanding and skills, in the area of counselling and psychotherapy.
This Challenging Behaviour training workshop is delivered by The Learning Curve Institute over one full day in Dublin this May. This training programme will explore the area of challenging behaviour and conflict as it arises with people and provide ways of dealing with this issue. It will allow participants the time and space to strengthen and underpin existing knowledge in relation to this area.
Are you interested in exploring current social issues through creativity? Does your community or group connect with those who are often less represented; including ethnic, immigrant, gender or minority narratives? Are you looking for an additional activity for your community or group at no extra cost? If so, Louise White is interested in hearing from you.
The emphasis of the course is to equip the supervisors with knowledge and skills that they can begin using immediately in supervision meetings with their staff. The presentation of the course will be a mixture of group discussion, demonstration and skills practice and participants will receive a copy of all the resources and handouts for their use upon returning to work.