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Our strategic aim for this programme is to provide the first Irish Level 9, taught programme in Sexuality and Sexual Health Education. The objectives are to:
- Train a generation of educators in sexuality and sexual health
- Elaborate on sexuality-related literary, artistic and cultural discourses
- Advocate for the implementation…
Our strategic aim for this programme is to provide the first Irish Level 9, taught programme in Relationships and Sexuality Education for people with Intellectual Disability. The objectives are to:
- Train a generation of educators in friendships, relationships, sexuality and sexual health for people with intellectual disability across the lifespan…
The structure of the Grad Cert award will comprise 30 credits. Module content is strategically aligned to areas of dermatology practice were lengthy waiting lists exist for out-patient appointments and where real potential presents to develop nurse led initiatives. Students will undertake three modules in total; two 10 credit core modules and one 10 credit option module (…Find out more
The objectives of the course are to enable candidates to acquire:
- The capacity to integrate an advanced understanding of the best available and emerging research evidence and subjective personal inquiry to develop theory and inform innovative practice developments, including the use of technology
- A unique and in depth portfolio of transferable…
The programme comprises of both research and taught elements. Modules 1 - 4 comprise modules (60 ECTS) that critically reflect on theories and practice of sport performance, develop an advance understanding of research methodologies and skills, and provide students an opportunity to relate this knowledge and understanding to their own applied and professional…Find out more
Using a flexible and blended mode of delivery, students engage in both face to face and virtual learning environments. In addition to seminars from multidisciplinary practitioners, participants engage in group and simulated learning experiences that are further enhanced by learning in practice. Students are allocated an academic and practice supervisor with expertise in their chosen…Find out more
To update and upgrade the knowledge, understanding and skills of graduates who are interested in pursuing or are currently working in the Biopharmaceutical industry. To retrain graduates working in related disciplines, by providing advanced level modules in the theory, analysis design and practical methodology of the rapidly evolving subjects that are associated with this sector.
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To provide students with the opportunity to gain a breadth of knowledge and experience in different therapeutic modalities.
To develop an in-depth knowledge of an Integrative approach to Psychotherapy.
To stimulate students to become reflective practitioners who are sensitive to and led by the needs of the client.
To equip students with the knowledge, common factor skills…Find out more
The course involves three main strands: Astrophysics, Relativity, and Computational Science and Data Analysis. All topics are covered in the first semester of the course, laying the foundations for development of these topics in the second semester. The course allows students to specialise in either General Relativity or Astrophysics.
Specialising in General…Find out more
The Professional Diploma in Clinical Supervision provides a comprehensive, university-accredited training in the dominant theoretical approaches, conceptual models and modes of clinical supervision, taking an integrative, relational and evidence-based approach to supervision practice. It comprises two modules and the…Find out more