Training

Dublin Simon Community Sure Steps Counselling Servics & CAMS-care: Collaborative Approach to Managing Suicidality

Dublin Simon Community Sure Steps Counselling Service is delighted to announce in conjunction with CAMS-care, the hosting of comprehensive training in the Collaborative Approach to Managing Suicidality (CAMS) model. Presenter: Dr. Eoin Galavan. One day training & 3 hours online training, 9.00-5.00pm, Saturday 8th April 2017.

Region: 

Aungier St, Dublin 2

Expiry date: 

19/03/17

Festina Lente: Equine Assisted Learning Facilitator 2017 Course

Spaces available on the Festina Lente Equine Assisted Learning Facilitator 2017 Course starting in April 2017. The Equine Assisted Learning Facilitator Training Course will provide learners with the skills, understanding and practical experience of involving equines in programmes which can assist in the achievement of cognitive and behavioural changes amongst young children, teenagers and adults.

Region: 

Bray, Co Wicklow

Expiry date: 

19/03/17

Dublin City Volunteer Centre: Volunteer Management Training

Whether you involve 1 or 1,000 volunteers, this training will help you attract and select suitable volunteers and provide a positive experience for all. This interactive training opportunity is packed with practical advice that you can use immediately as well as food for thought as you evaluate how you work with volunteers.

Region: 

Aungier St, Dublin 2

Expiry date: 

22/03/17

Teen Parents Support Programme: Workshop - Focus on Fathers

The TPSP is offering a free one-day Workshop for professionals who have contact with young fathers. The aims of the Workshop are to raise awareness regarding the value of fatherhood in a child’s life and introduce participants to the use of the Young Dads Resource Pack and other material relevant to their work with young fathers.

Region: 

Parkgate St, Dublin 8

Expiry date: 

23/03/17

LIT: BA (hons) in Community Development programme/Higher Certificate (level 6) in Community Development

This programme has been designed in consultation with employers, so its content is relevant to employment in the development sector in Ireland. There is a substantial practical component to this programme so students will develop the real skills and competencies required for the workplace. A practical placement in years two and three is a key element of the programme which will allow students apply their learning in a real-life environment.

Region: 

Limerick

Expiry date: 

26/03/17

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