ICHAS – Certificate in Prevention & Health Promotion Approaches in Addiction

QQI
10 ECTS
Duration
12 Weeks
Format
Part-Time
Start Date
See Below
Fees
€600
Introduction

The Certificate in prevention and health promotion in addiction has been specifically designed to teach students the skills, knowledge and attitude to work understand the role of primary and secondary prevention and health promotion in addiction.

This programme contains one 10 ECTS Credit module from the Third year of our degree programme.

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This course will be presented at the following locations

Dublin: The next Dublin Certificate in prevention and health promotion in addiction will take place part-time starting September 2018, for 12 weeks (6.00pm to 10.00pm) in Griffith College, South Circular Road, Dublin. Open for Registration

Timetable

September to December 2018 – Final dates TBC

*Please note that class dates/times may be subject to change. Classes are subject to viable cohort.

Limerick: The next Limerick Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction course will take place part-time starting September 2018, for 12 weeks (6.00pm to 10.00pm) in Walton House, Lonsdale Road, Castletroy, Limerick. Open for Registration

Timetable

September to December 2018 – Final dates TBC

*Please note that class dates/times may be subject to change. Classes are subject to viable cohort.

Cork: Not currently offered at this location

Waterford: Not currently offered at this location

Tralee: Not currently offered at this location

The Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction takes places over 12 weeks. This course is designed to teach students the skills, knowledge and attitude to work understand the role of primary and secondary prevention and health promotion in addiction.

This module is 10 credits from the third year of the BA in Counselling Skills and Youth Studies within ICHAS College. upon successful completion of this module you will receive an ICHAS College Certificate with a record of Credits for this module (10ECTS).

Can I study this programme on a full or part-time basis?

This programme is available only on a part-time basis and will run as per above schedules.

Fees

A central tenet of ICHAS is the provision of flexible and affordable education for all. In line with the Universities and Institutes of Technology, the fees for the Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction are €600. Students can pay in installments if preferred.

All fees are fully protected under our Protection of Enrolled Learners’ Policy in line with QQI requirements.

This Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction module will explore a range of leadership styles and management strategies for working with young people Learners will be required to   demonstrate the ability to use appropriate approaches to planning and reflect on a proposed developmental intervention for an individual or small group of young people

Structure of Course

The subjects covered are designed to demonstrate an understanding of a the process of bereavement and explore issues in loss and grief.

On completion of this module students will be able to:-

  1.  Articulate the role of public policy in relation to alcohol and other drugs.
  2.  Describe the key approaches to preventative strategies in the field of addiction.
  3.  Demonstrate knowledge of the contribution of families and communities in the field of addiction.
  4. Evaluate the role of self-efficacy.
  5. Describe public health approaches to harm minimization

How will I be assessed?  A continual assessment and a practical based assessment will cover key aspects of this module.

What supports will I have?  ICHAS is a college with a proven track record in delivering high quality education. At ICHAS, every lecturer and member of staff is committed to this ideal and to its implementation. We work on an individual basis with our students to bring this about, ensuring we meet your specific needs. We also have a proven track record of working with our students to overcome any barriers to progression that may occur your course.

Who Awards My Qualification and how well recognised is it? On successful completion of this module you will receive an ICHAS College Certificate with a record of Credits for this module (10ECTS)

This module is a 10 credit module from third year of the BA in Counselling Skills and Addiction Studies undergraduate programme which the College offers at both ICHAS Campus in Ireland. This is a QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) validated programme. QQI is an Irish awarding body and set standards for awards they make on the NFQ. QQI have overall responsibility for the quality of Third level academic programmes in Ireland. See www.qqi.ie for further information.

Where can I progress to on completion of the course? Successful participants on this Certificate programme have the option to progress on to the BA degree programmes at the College.

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What are the entry requirements for this course?

To join the Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Be over 18 years of age.
  • Complete and submit the completed application form <APPLY HERE> and provide any requested information.

APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE COLLEGE BY COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORM.

If you have any difficulty in applying for this course, then please contact the college on 061 216288 where we will be only too pleased to assist you.

The Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction has many unique features that make it one of the leading programmes of this type in Ireland, these include;

  • It is delivered by lecturers who work in this field, who are passionate about your education and dedicated to sharing their experience and expertise.
  • It covers topic areas that are relevant to society today.
  • It is a 10 credit module from the third year of the BA in Counselling Skills and Addiction Studies programmes at ICHAS. All programmes at ICHAS are QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) validated programmes. QQI is an Irish awarding body and set standards for awards they make on the NFQ. QQI have overall responsibility for the quality of third level academic programmes in Ireland. See www.qqi.ie for further information.

ICHAS Locations offering Certificate in Prevention and Health Promotion in Addiction:

LIMERICK:  ICHAS Walton House,Lonsdale Rd., National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick LOCATION MAP

DUBLIN:  Griffith College Dublin, South Circular Road, Dublin 8, Dublin LOCATION MAP

CORK: Not Currently Offered

WATERFORD: Not Currently Offered

TRALEE: Not Currently Offered

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Patrick Fitzgerald
(BA in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies)

I came into ICHAS knowing that I wanted to help and work with people. Currently in my third year and all I can say is that I am amazed by how much I have grown both as a person and as a student. I was out of education for two years before starting and had fears and reservations about my ability as an academic and still not fully sure what I wanted to do with my life. The environment here compared to University’s or Institutes is not focused on just delivering the content and getting you through your degree or masters. Here they are looking at the individual behind the books and making sure that each student receives the same quality engagement that I have not seen anywhere else. ICHAS has allowed me over the last three years to see my true potential and ability through the stimulating learning environment here. I recommend this college to anyone looking into the areas of Counselling and Psychotherapy due to the high level of engagement with peers and lecturers.

Phone: 061 216 288
Walton House, Lonsdale Rd., National Technology Park,
Castletroy, Limerick, Ireland
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