Applications now being accepted for the national Foundation Programme in Sexual Health Promotion (FPSHP). The FPSHP will take place in Cork City in Autumn 2017 – Spring 2018. The aim of the course is to enhance participants’ capacity to incorporate sexual health promotion into their work through the development of their confidence, knowledge and skills in relation to sexual health.
This morning workshop will look at issues in relation to the current trends in “Benzo” use amongst our young people. The first section of the workshop will be theory based and will have an overview of the variety of benzo; effects and impact on memory and dependency; assessment and objective tools; therapeutic processes both talking and medical & detoxification.
New Back to Education Initiative full time Programme offering QQI level 5 Community Health Services starts on Monday 3 April at 9.30am. This course offers eight modules, Patient and Manual Handling and Occupational First Aid. This is a free programme funded by LWETB.
This IAP2 training is being provided through the Civic Engagement Development Programme. This programme originated from the SSIRL Civic Engagement PIDF and the Development Group consists of a partnership between the Regeneration Community Consultative Forum, PAUL Partnership and the Office of Regeneration (Limerick City & County Council). LCCC is the lead agency on this programme.
The Parents Together Community Course is a 6 week preventative parenting course produced in partnership by the Early Learning Initiative, National College of Ireland and the Parents Plus Charity, Mater Hospital. Parents Together is based on the highly successful Parents Plus Early Years Programme and is designed to bring parents together to discuss their relationships with their children in a community setting.
This 2-day training will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to recognise potential sensory processing difficulties in your clients, and to recognise the associated behaviour as an indicator of arousal system dysregulation. More importantly you will learn how to support your clients with strategies to help them to engage and succeed in life.
NWICN is leading a pilot project to promote Restorative Practices throughout our community. Restorative Practice is a simple tool for effectively preventing conflict, resolving conflict and building relationships.
Age & Opportunity’s Creative Exchanges course offers high-quality training that leads to a QQI Level 6 Component Award (6N3585). Participants will develop the skills needed to plan and facilitate arts activities for older people in residential and day care settings.
Are You Starting Out As A Therapist? Is Your Practice Stuck In A Rut? Would You Like It To Be More Profitable Or Satisfying? Over 6 Modules the course will consider the Six Pillars of a Successful Therapy Practice from the book “This Business of Therapy: A Practical Guide to Starting, Establishing and Sustaining a Therapy Practice” by Jude Fay.