The Substance Use Issues & Community Work Course 2022 / 23
Modules: Understanding Community Development 5N1901 and Substance Use Issues for Youth Work 5N2176
- Certification Students who complete The Substance Use Issues & Community Work Course 2022 / 23 will receive a QQI Level 5 Component Certificate (In association with the Cork College of FET – (Evening Classes), Morrison’s Island Campus, Cork City.
- About the Course
The Substance Use Issues & Community Work Course 2022 / 23 is designed to promote good practice among those who work in a paid or voluntary capacity with young people and communities who are affected by various issues.
- Learning Outcomes
The course aims to provide a critical perspective on some of the issues that affect young people and their communities and encourages the development of coherent responses at individual and organisational level. The components; Understanding Community Development and Substance Use Issues should support the ability of learners to work safely and effectively in youth and / or community work settings. The programme also aims to provide the participants with the necessary knowledge regarding applicable supports systems, both within and outside their communities.
- Duration & Venue-The course will be run over a one year academic period on a Tuesday evening from September to April (20 weeks) both online and onsite in the Cork College of FET – (Night Classes), Morrison’s Island Campus, Cork City.
- Cost – €130 for each successful applicant. For further information on course tuition fees contact: Jacqueline Daly, Cork City Partnership.
- Entry Requirements-
Applicants must send the relevant application form to Cork City Partnership by Friday 26th August 2022.
Be 21 or over – (Jan 2022).
Attend a pre-entry information session Tuesday evening 6th September 2022.
Attend a pre- arranged interview 13th September 2022 (day) in Cork City Partnership or online [TBC].
Have Leaving Certificate or its equivalent.
Applicants are also expected to be active participants in the community in either a voluntary or work capacity.
For further information on any of the above or to view / download the course brochure and application form etc. go to: https://corkcitypartnership.ie/community-outreach-and-drug-awareness-programme/education-training-codaap/
Or to request to request hard copies of the course documents contact:
Jacqueline Daly, Cork City Partnership on (021) 430 2310 / 087 – 1962030 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org