The Connect Safely Programme is available to all working and volunteering in the Irish Youth Sector. It is suitable for those working with young people aged 12-18 years. It promotes safer use of digital resources, equipping young people with the skills to safely benefit from being online. It is designed to empower young people to safely participate in their online communities as positive digital citizens.
Concern Worldwide is providing emergency supplies and shelter to those impacted by the two fatal earthquakes that struck Türkiye (Turkey) and Syria. Concern Worldwide is currently supplying blankets and heaters in Şanlıurfa, close to the epicentre of the earthquakes in southern Turkey, along with food and water. Concern is also opening community centres that are deemed safe, so families have somewhere to sleep. In northwest Syria, Concern is working with local partners to assess what response is needed.
Training is for persons over 18 and free of charge. Training is for those living or working in Community Healthcare Dublin South, Kildare and West Wicklow. Participants learn how to provide practical help by using the steps of TALK (Tell, Ask, Listen and Keepsafe) and also gain information on the supports and resources available locally, regionally and nationally.
A.S.S.C. is seeking individual(s) with a genuine interest in the charity sector and supporting children navigating the criminal justice system. Must have good leadership skills & good communication and interpersonal skills.
This course will be of interest to professionals who work in an integrative manner. It will be of particular interest to counsellors, psychotherapists, guidance counsellors, psychologists, healthcare professionals, probation officers, social services personnel, managers, and all who supervise the work of others in the helping professions.
Experience with direct interactions with clients and service users and an understanding of the related issues and emotional impacts of sight loss is desirable. Experience in the voluntary sector an advantage.
The MA in Social Justice and Public Policy is a two-year part-time programme which gives 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 focusing particularly on influencing public policy.
Munster Technological University with Cuan Mhuire, the leading provider of residential addiction services in Ireland, are accepting students for the third delivery of this new Certificate in CPD to upskill practitioners on one of the most contemporary issues affecting Irish society today. his course is sponsored by the Gambling Awareness Trust, students can redeem up to 70% of course costs on successful completion.
The big days, the little days, cancer can take special moments away, but together on Daffodil Day, we take those moments back. Daffodil Day 2023 is just around the corner on March 24. We’re busy making preparations, and would be so glad to have you join us!
Irish Heart Foundation launches new F.A.S.T. Stroke awareness campaign. An Irish Heart Foundation analysis of HSE data shows just 60 per cent of patients got to hospital within the crucial 4.5-hour window for thrombolysis (medicine that dissolves the clot causing the stroke) in 2020 – compared to 73 per cent six years earlier.
Sage Advocacy has organised a Fortnightly Forum to provide an overview of the Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act of 2015 as amended the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity)(Amendment) Act 2022. This long awaited legislation will be commenced shortly and with it the system of Wards of Court is being phased out and the Lunacy Regulations (Ireland) Act of 1871 will be repealed.
The purpose of this workshop is to start a conversation about how trauma and adversity affects and has affected those who use the services we provide and the appropriate responses we can implement and offer; to reflect on how others’ trauma experiences may affect those of us providing services – vicarious trauma and; to examine how we, as professionals, volunteers and peer workers, can embrace a trauma informed approach, including self-care, within our practice.
Bigger, Better & Bolder Fundraising is a 7-part series kicking off next month with The Wheel. Join Kevin Delaney as he takes participants through a series of fundraising topics; there is bound to be something for everyone in this course. You can look forward to learning how to improve your organisation’s fundraising capabilities. With over 16 years of experience in the non-profit sector, your facilitator will bring you in-depth knowledge of the theory and practice of fundraising.
Our fortnightly coffee meet-up provides a space for members of the LGBTQIA+ community to gather, connect and, socialise in a relaxed social space. Alternative location in bad weather/ winter months is The Gallery (coffee bar) in the Talbot Hotel! Wexford Pride is committed to the creation of safe, accessible and inclusive spaces that honour the intersections of our diverse community.
The national HELLO how are you campaign will take place on 30th March around the country. Limerick Mental Health Association will coordinate the events in Limerick. The HELLO campaign aims to tackle the lack of connection or belonging that people experience by inspiring individuals to ask how others are feeling.
The programme consists of four full teaching days, plus a half day tutorial spread out over four full teaching days. Learners have eight months to complete their clinical work and should be practicing therapists upon application. Learners will engage in both theoretical and practical training in CBT (considering both Ellis and Beck).
Our Certificate Programme is the perfect entry point for those considering a career in counselling and psychotherapy as it contains an excellent mix of theory, skills, and personal development. All IICP teaching staff are therapy practitioners, which means they put their teaching into a real-world context.
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS) is the statutory body with responsibility for the national blood supply. The IBTS also provides testing and tissue services to hospitals and is responsible for the Irish Unrelated Bone Marrow Registry. The IBTS is committed to the highest standard of service delivery to our donors.
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