This Addiction course allows you to learn about the process of addiction and the consequences of how it affects families, communities and Irish society. Confronting Addiction allows us to see how prevalent it is in our community.
The main theories of addiction and the models of treatment of addiction are explored. Knowing what causes addiction as well as how theories inform treatment practice and social policies will greatly help your understanding.
Ideally suited to anyone interested in working with persons with addiction in the community.
This Community Addiction course is designed to help you ultimately help yourself and help your community. Many former graduates now work in the voluntary, health or social care sectors and in drug treatment and prevention agencies for youths and adults.
Students are diverse and include care workers, community workers, social workers, charity volunteers, agency workers, or indeed anyone, who wishes to work in this challenging area.
This Community Addiction Studies minor award course is a QQI Level 5 Minor Award 5N1834 awarded by the Quality & Qualifications authority of Ireland.
This is a level 5 foundation course and is the first step to working in an Addiction agency or treatment centre.
So this Addiction Studies course is the pre-cursor course that must be completed before progressing to a Addiction Counselling Course.
Yes successful student receive a nationally recognised level 5 Communicate Addiction Studies Award Certificate
No. There is no exams and the assessment is very practical with a 98% pass rate