The Addiction Studies QQI/FETAC level 5 component award provides a real opportunity for you to learn about the process of addiction and the consequences of how it affects families, communities and Irish society.
This is suited to anyone interested in working with persons with different types of addiction. Ideally suited for care workers, community workers, social workers, charity volunteers, agency workers, or indeed anyone, who wishes to work in this challenging area.
You will be able to:
An important part of working in addiction counselling is identifying strategic responses to the various stages of the addiction process. You will gain a thorough understanding of the different misuses and effects of drugs on the person. Apart from acquiring a critical awareness of the causes of addiction, and models of treatment of addiction, you will learn to identify patterns of drug abuse.
All participants on this programme will be expected to keep and maintain a personal log/journal of their personal learning experiences during the course.
On successful completion, you can pursue a degree award in any humanities, social work or social sciences discipline from a recognised third level institution. Many students will also volunteer their services to the relevant agencies who specialise in different types of addiction or will end up working in the voluntary, health or social care sectors.
The fee for this programme is €950. The fee includes all tuition, registration, assesement and online notes.
All course fees are payable in advance of course commencement. See Terms & Conditions on Book a Course part of CMI website. Please note places are limited and tend to book quickly. To book, simply log on to the Book a Course part of CMI’s website and submit your details by the deadline date.
Start: Monday 6 FEB 2017, 18:30- 21:30,
Duration: 10 weeks
End: APR 2017
Bernadette Brady - B.A., MSc, Hdip., NSQW : Addictions Lecturer
Bernadette’s past work experience includes residential settings, after-care, long term care and extensive teaching experience. She has also been involved in the Voluntary Sector in the areas of Homelessness, Addictions, Community Development, Child Protection and Case Management.
Her particular experience lies in the area of Addictions, Homelessness and Child Protection in the Statutory and Non-statutory arenas.
Bernadette's educational qualifications include a Master’s in International Relations and Development, DCU, a H.dip. in Social Policy, UCD and NQSW, a professionally qualified social worker, TCD.
Can I Progress to do an Addiction Studies Diploma?
Yes there are several further one year full and part-time course options offered by other third level institutes.
This course will provide a foundation for progression into a Diploma or degree course.
Start: MON 6 FEB 2017, 18.30-21.30
Start: MON 6 FEB 2017, Mode: Distance
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