Upcoming Training

We are offering the following training starting in September: –

  • Community Addiction Studies Course – September 2020
  • Urrús Keyworking, Care Planning and Case Management – September 2020
  • Diploma in Community Drug and Alcohol Work – September 2020

These programmes will be delivered in a blended learning format consisting of a combination of online sessions and real time class-based activities using either a virtual or classroom environment.  Prospective students need to be available to engage in learning and study on the days indicated for each programme.  It is essential that students have computer and internet access to engage with the course learning.  Please note that the extent to which face-to-face class activities can take place will be dependent on prevailing Covid19 restrictions, and adjustments may be made on foot of Government advice at any time during the programme.

 

Community Addiction Studies Course (CASC) – QQI Award (Minor) Level 5 : Starting 21st September 2020

The Community Addiction Studies Course is for anyone living or working in the community who would like to be more effective when it comes to drug/alcohol issues. This course runs over twenty weeks, one-morning each week (10am-1pm) and will start on 21st September.  Content includes: –

  • Pharmaceutical information on drugs & their effects
  • Process of addiction
  • How addiction effects individuals, families, communities
  • Social analysis
  • Media analysis
  • Personal development
  • How individual and communities can respond
  • Field visits to drugs services

Accreditation: QQI Award (Minor) Level 5.

Cost: €200

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Urrús Keyworking, Care Planning and Case Management – QQI Award (Minor) Level 6 : Starting 17th September 2020

This programme is offered in response to the emerging skills, knowledge and practice needs of new and existing keyworkers in the drug and alcohol, homeless and broader social care sector.  Urrús Keyworking, Care Planning and Case Management programme will give learners the opportunity to understand the systems of key working, care planning and case management within the National Drug Rehabilitation Framework. The programme runs over twelve weeks, one-day a week (10am-5pm) and will start on 17th September. t is essential that students have computer and internet access to engage with the course learning. Content includes: –

  • Key Working – systems and processes
  • Care Planning – policy and practice
  • Case Management – framework and communications
  • Professional Boundaries – understanding and techniques
  • Confidentiality and Case Notes – guidelines and application
  • Reflective and Professional Practice – theories and practice

Accreditation: QQI Award (Minor) Level 6 – 30 Credits. On successful completion of the programme learners will receive a component certificate in Person Centred Planning (6N2206) and in Boundary Management (6N2207).

Cost: €595.

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Diploma in Community Drug and Alcohol Work  (NFQ Level 7) : 8th September 2020

Urrús in partnership with University College Dublin (UCD) offer a Diploma course in Community Drug and Alcohol Work.  This programme will be conducted over two semesters in the academic year 2020/21 and will be delivered in a blended learning format.  This will consist of a combination of online sessions and real time class-based activities using either a virtual or classroom environment.  Prospective students need to be available to engage in learning and study for the full day on Tuesdays, as well as some Thursdays and Saturdays during the semester.  It is essential that students have computer and internet access to engage with the course learning.  Please note the extent to which face-to-face class activities can take place will be dependent on prevailing Covid19 restrictions, and adjustments may be made on foot of Government advice at any time during the programme.

The Diploma Course is a one-year course (September-May) and it is delivered one day a week, plus three Thursday evenings and seven Saturdays over the year.  Modules covered during the course: –

  • Nature and Context of Addiction
  • Community and Groupwork Theory and Practice
  • Understanding Prevention and Support in a Community Setting
  • Introduction to Irish Social Policy / Drug and Alcohol Policy
  • Introduction to Counselling
  • Reflective Practice
  • Approaches to Treatment and Rehabilitation
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Professional Work Practice
  • Community Research Methods

Cost:  €2,300.

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If you have further queries please contact Urrús: – Tel: 01 8467980        Email: urrus@byap.ie