Selection by Design is now enrolling for our summer psychometric test training, leading to BPS/EFPA Occupational Test User qualifications. Learn to assess abilities, aptitudes, personality (16pf®) and emotional intelligence. Gain critical knowledge and practical skills in testing for recruitment, selection, talent development and career guidance counselling.
Problematic substance use continues to be a major social issue within society, with increases in consumption and use of drugs, increases in drug related deaths and increases in dependency on existing and emerging substances. International and national drug policy is also heavily contested, with pressure to develop harm reduction based policy rather than the more punitive and abstinence based approach. This course will explore current and emerging issues in relation to women and substance use, within the Irish and international context.
CODE is Diabetes Ireland’s group education programme for people with Type 2 Diabetes or diagnosed Pre-diabetes. CODE aims to deliver general information about diabetes self-management in a local community group setting. CODE allows people with diabetes to talk in a supportive atmosphere about their own diabetes.
Motivational Interviewing is an evidence based, client-centered approach that elicits behavioral changes by assisting individuals explore and resolve ambivalence. Research has shown this approach to be helpful with a wide spectrum of client populations and issues.
This four year honours degree course, the BSc(Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy, meets the requirements for pending statutory registration of counsellors. The degree course is aimed at those who wish to train to become professional counsellors in integrative humanistic counselling and psychotherapy.
This course will appeal especially to those who wish to develop people skills in work or private life. In addition, it prepares participants or acts as a taster for entry into professional counselling courses. Spread over eight weeks to accommodate busy lives, this foundation course of self-discovery includes facilitated group work and offers you an opportunity to get to know yourself and improve your ability to relate to others in a supportive and non-judgemental way.
Are you working with children and young people? Are you looking for a safe, facilitated space to critically reflect on your work and to see what the learnings are? Are you interested in using reflective practice methods to support well-being at work and to support the exchange of good practice? This SHEP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programme may be of interest to you and / or your colleagues.
CEEDS Clondalkin in association with NCU Training are pleased to announce a new range of Training Courses beginning September 2019. These Courses are fully QQI accredited and designed to meet current employment demands. CEEDS is a non-profit organization, we have been providing our community with training, welfare rights information and jobseeker supports for over 25 years.
Join a group of mental health professionals, guidance counsellors, and educators to explore and learn proven and practical CBT and mindfulness interventions tailored specifically to treat the most frequently occurring emotional and behavioural problems with adolescents and young people. Complete this forty-hour training and help to teach teenagers how to shift their thinking away from impulsive, thoughtless, and judgemental ways of reacting and teach them to build on the resources they already have.
Topics covered in CODE include diabetes explained, risk factors, signs and symptoms, healthy eating, physical activity, personal goal setting, complications and the necessity of regular follow up and the importance of optimal diabetes control. The six month session looks at the review of achievements and personal goal setting. Our flexible approach allows the sessions to be tailored to meet the self-identified needs of each group.