6 Day, 2 Modules, Train the Trainer leading to a QQI Special Purpose Award in Training and Development starting soon nationwide. This professional development course will provide you with the tools, skills and ability to design and deliver effective training programmes.
This course is 5 intensive days of workshops that prepares participants to facilitate WRAP® classes and equips them with the skills to facilitate classes in their community and organisation. It is for people who have completed a seminar I WRAP course.
Start Your Own Business training course is designed for those who are thinking of starting a small business or those who have a business that is running less than 2 years. Over 10 modules the course aims to introduce participants to entrepreneurship, self-employment, the legal aspects of setting up, tax & VAT obligations, basic financial management, gaining competitive advantage, turning market research into a sales funnel, innovation and understanding a business plan.
The Master of Social Science Community & Youth Work - MSocSc - is a two-year full-time or three-year part-time in-service programme in the Department of Applied Social Studies at Maynooth University. It is recognised as a professional qualification by both the All Ireland Endorsement Body for Community Work and the North/South Education and Training Standards Committee for Youth Work.
Our QQI Level 6 Supervisory Management programme has been designed specifically to provide participants with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and expertise required to excel in a managerial role. This programme is aimed at professionals who require the skills to manage, supervise and systematically lead their team or project, using proven communication and team work skills.
Kimmage DSC is now accepting applications for our MA in International Development accredited by Maynooth University. The programme explores contemporary theories of social change and development and analyses development policies and practices.
A week-long workshop for 13 to 19 year olds who are interested in any aspect of filmmaking, whether already having some experience, previously attended Cork Young Filmmakers one or two day workshops or are passionate about film and want a chance to try different roles and develop your skills.
Course aim is to enhance participants’ capacity to incorporate sexual health promotion into their work through the development of their comfort levels, confidence, knowledge and skills in relation to sexual health. Target participants are those working in the health, education, youth and community sectors, whose work currently or potentially involves aspects of sexual health promotion.
This two year programme will give students a unique opportunity to develop a theoretical framework and the deep capacity for analysis, understanding, knowledge, skills and practices needed to engage meaningfully in social change towards a more just and inclusive society, focussing particularly on influencing public policy.