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Intellectual Disability Nursing - Ireland Premium

<p>On completion of the BSc (Hons) in Intellectual Disability Nursing, you can apply to register as an&nbsp;Intellectual Disability Nurse&nbsp;to&nbsp;An Bord Altranais, the profession&rsquo;s&nbsp;regulatory body.</p><p>The course will provide you with excellent opportunities to develop knowledge and skills relevant to professional Intellectual Disability Nursing&nbsp;practice, including independent and critical thinking, and problem solving. It will enable you to deliver&nbsp;nursing care that is up-to-date and based on the best current evidence.</p><p>This&nbsp;four-year full-time degree&nbsp;course is&nbsp;offered in partnership with COPE Foundation, Cork.</p><p>With a BSc (Hons) in Intellectual Disability&nbsp;Nursing, you will be ready to start work as a qualified Intellectual Disability&nbsp;Nurse in a variety of clinical settings immediately after graduation.&nbsp;</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Intellectual Disability Nursing

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Equality and Disability - Ireland Premium

This course covers the knowledge and skills that you require to foster physical and social development in all people, to support emotional and psychological development and to enhance and support the person where there may be an area of need such as physical disability, cognitive, language or communication issues. ... (Training Available by Frontline Training Services) Equality and Disability

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Nursing - Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Disability - Ireland Premium

<p>UCC will be introducing semesterised courses in 2014/15 which may result in some changes to the curriculum. Information on any changes will be updated here in Spring 2014.</p><p>THIS PROGRAMME IS NOT ON OFFERED IN THE 2013/14 ACADEMIC YEAR&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>PG Cert in Nursing (Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Disabilities) challenges nurses to think critically and creatively about their work with, and beliefs about, people with an intellectual disability. It provides a sound theoretical and practical knowledge base for the development of expert intellectual disability practice to meet the complex needs of people with an intellectual disability.</p><p>&nbsp;</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Disability

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Course Offered by University College Cork, Alternatives:1 of 33 courses & classes
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Disability Studies - Ireland Pro Plus

Disability Studies is a vibrant area of study, developed over the past 40 years by disabled academics. It is both interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary, informed by scholarship from history, sociology, literature, political science, law, policy studies, economics, cultural studies, anthropology, geography, philosophy, theology, gender studies, media studies and the arts.Disability Studies challenges the way in which disability is understood in our society by developing new research and educational models. These help to remove the physical, legal, political and attitudinal barriers that exclude people from society.Understanding what Disability Studies is may also be informed by what it is not. It is not: medicine, rehabilitation, special education, physical or occupational therapy or any of the professions oriented toward the cure, prevention or treatment of disabilities. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Disability Studies

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Promoting the Physical Health of People with an Intellectual Disability - Ireland Pro Plus

Programme Overview The aim of this module is provide the student with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills required to promote the physical well being of people with an intellectual disability. The module focuses on supporting the physical health needs of adults within the context of the Irish healthcare system using appropriate and evidence based approaches. E-learning units, on line discussion forums, e-tivities, case studies, seminars and group work. ... (Training Available by St. Angela's College) Promoting the Physical Health of People with an Intellectual Disability

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Bachelor of Nursing Science - Intellectual Disability (ID) - Ireland Pro Plus

Programme Overview The Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNSc) – Intellectual Disability, is a four year degree pre-registration programme.  On completion of the programme graduates will be eligible to register as an Intellectual Disability Nurse with An Bord Altranais having obtained an honours degree awarded by NUI Galway.  The programme is offered in conjunction with Cregg House and other Health Service Executive organisations and groups in the Western region.  The overall aim of this programme is to enable students to become nurses who are knowledgeable, insightful, questioning, skilled and caring. What is Intellectual Disability Nursing? Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability (RNID) develop the ordinary life skills we all take for granted so that persons with an intellectual disability can live their lives as fully and independently as possible. RNIDs work in children’s services, adult services, services for the elderly and in respite servi ... (Training Available by St. Angela's College) Bachelor of Nursing Science - Intellectual Disability (ID)

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Facilitating Inclusion [Disability Studies] - Ireland Pro Plus

The Higher Diploma in Facilitating Inclusion (Disability Studies) (HDFIDS) is a unique course and a progression route for graduates of the very popular part-time Diploma in Disability Studies (DDS). It is an opportunity for people working in the area of disability to enhance their knowledge and skills to enable them to support the fuller participation of people with disabilities in education, training, work and leisure. It incorporates the twin aims of lifelong learning – active citizenship and employability. The course includes an introduction to sign language, inclusive media and the skills required to successfully design a course that maximises the inclusion of people with disabilities. It also looks at the social context of mental health and autism. Accessibility to sport and leisure, the creative arts and culture also form part of this course and you’ll be encouraged to contribute constructively to the ongoing debate around disability and inclusion locally, nationally ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Facilitating Inclusion [Disability Studies]

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Intellectual Disability Nursing - Ireland Pro Plus

On completion of the BSc (Hons) in Intellectual Disability Nursing, you can apply to register as an Intellectual Disability Nurse to An Bord Altranais, the profession’s regulatory body.The course will provide you with excellent opportunities to develop knowledge and skills relevant to professional Intellectual Disability Nursing practice, including independent and critical thinking, and problem solving. It will enable you to deliver nursing care that is up-to-date and based on the best current evidence.This four-year full-time degree course is offered in partnership with COPE Foundation, Cork.With a BSc (Hons) in Intellectual Disability Nursing, you will be ready to start work as a qualified Intellectual Disability Nurse in a variety of clinical settings immediately after graduation.  ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Intellectual Disability Nursing

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Bachelor of Arts (Health & Disability Studies) - Ireland Pro Plus

Programme Overview This Bachelor of Arts is designed to explore the concepts and principles of Health, Wellness and Disability in the 21st century. The course will give the student a solid understanding of the issues that people with Health & Wellness issues and/or Disabilities encounter on a daily basis and the challenges involved in developing services to meet their identified needs. Students will explore the evolution and development of theory, policy and practice in these areas. This degree will inform the student about the wider issues in health, wellness & disability and offer them an array of employment options, once they have completed the programme of study. This degree will explore health in its broadest sense, examining not only the concepts & determinants of health & wellbeing but also the attitudes of society towards health and how health maintenance can be supported. The experience of having a disability is explored by examining the concepts that underpin o ... (Training Available by St. Angela's College) Bachelor of Arts (Health & Disability Studies)

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Disability Confident: Working with disabled customers and colleagues - Ireland Pro

Training ProviderLearn SkillsAssessment Quizzes & Final ExamLocationLearn-Skills.orgQualificationCertificate of Completion MethodAsynchronous Self-paced EligibilityOpenTime Required2.5 Hours ICT LevelBasic Cost 60 EURMove beyond disability awareness to the point that you become disability confident. Would staff in your organisation know the right way to deal with a customer or colleague with a physical or visual impairment and be comfortable about doing so rather then feel awkward or embarrassed?This learning resource provides the practical steps you need to take in order to serve disabled customers, and to work with disabled colleagues and staff.This course covers a comprehensive range of disability-related topics. Aimed at employees of all levels, it has been developed to suit anybody in your organisation including: foundation level employees, HR managers, diversity specialists, trainers and advisers, senior managers/executives and operational managers/executives.Module 1: An int ... (Training Available by Learn Skills) Disability Confident: Working with disabled customers and colleagues

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Additional Disability Courses & Classes in Ireland

disability and healthcare support - Ireland

Level 5 NQAI Qualifications Framework FETAC Code: DHSXXCourse:Disability and Healthcare SupportThis is a one year full time coursedesigned to equip students with the specialist knowledge andpractical skills to pursue a career in the growinghealthcare sector and work under supervision in centres forpeople with disabilities, hospitals, nursing homes andrespite centres. DescriptionFor four days each week students are incollege for lectures and on the fifth day undertakeoccupational placement in a centre for people withdisabilities or in hospitals, nursing homes and respite carecentres. In addition, students must complete a further twoweek block placement supporting people with disabilities orhealthcare needs in an appropriate working environment. Course ContentCare SkillsCare SupportSafety and Health at WorkHuman Growth and DevelopmentCommunicationsComputersInfection ControlOccupational First AidWork ExperienceOption Modules (two from thefollowing):Intellectual DisabilityDisability Stud ... (Training Available by Inchicore College of Further Education) disability and healthcare support

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Disability Awareness - FETAC Level 6 - Module Code N33018 - Ireland

Programme Aim This module has been developed to enhance the knowledge and understanding of Disability by all professionals who work with people with disabilities.Learners who successfully complete this module will:Obtain knowledge of the historical background to disability services and definitions of disabilityAcquire an understanding of the various theoretical models of disabilityBe aware of legal considerations associated with disabilityBe familiar with specific types of disabilities and how these can be accommodatedAppreciate various rehabilitation and support strategies available to people with disabilities and their familiesApply this knowledge in the workplace and in everyday life ... (Training Available by SOUL Motivational Training) Disability Awareness - FETAC Level 6 - Module Code N33018

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Managing Disability Awareness - Ireland

Managing Disability Awareness aims to provides learners with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide an environment, that accommodates the full participation of all customers and employees, now and in future. Specifically, this course is designed to impart a greater understanding of disabilities in hopes that the learner will actively promote accessibility, inclusion and universal design in their organisation. ... (Training Available by Adaptable Solutions) Managing Disability Awareness

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Disability Studies (M.Sc. / P.Grad.Dip.) - Ireland

The M.Sc. in Disability Studies provides students with a deep understanding of disability from social, historical, cultural, economic and political perspectives. Graduates of the M.Sc. are equipped with the knowledge, analytical skills and perspectives to help translate rights into reality in the field of disability. ... (Training Available by Trinity College Dublin) Disability Studies (M.Sc. / P.Grad.Dip.)

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BA (Ordinary) in Applied Social Studies (Disability) - Ireland

BA (Ordinary) in Applied Social Studies (Disability)The Bachelor of Arts (Ord) in Applied Social Studies (Disability) is a QQI/HETAC accredited Level 7, 3 year degree course for people working in the disability and social care sector. It provides participants with the social care skills required to deliver effective person centred services.Achieving this involves: Developing a detailed understanding of disability service provision and the role/critical importance of the person centred approach to it Acquiring the knowledge, skills and competencies needed to implement a person centred approach to supporting a service user Possessing the ability to deliver person centred services on behalf of an organisation Key Features Sector-Specific The course is exclusively aimed at people working in disability services. It was put together by people with extensive first-line experience who fully understand the area and the problems that come with attempting to balance work, life ... (Training Available by Open Training College) BA (Ordinary) in Applied Social Studies (Disability)

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Disability Awareness - Ireland

Disability Awareness(Training Available by New Links Training Solutions) Disability Awareness

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing in Intellectual Disability Nursing - Ireland

About this programme Intellectual disability nursing studies equip you to provide stimulation, emotional support, and nursing care for persons with intellectual disability, of all ages and abilities, in residential and community settings. It emphasises the importance of working with other professionals, and family members, in planning and implementing a therapeutic programme of care, to provide for the needs of those that cannot be met independently, and to help them achieve greater independence. As a student on this programme you will develop the professional knowledge, skills and attitude needed to meet the specific needs of all groups of people with intellectual disability. Nurses who work with persons with intellectual disability have a diversity of roles, from intensive physical nursing of profoundly disabled individuals, to supportive guidance in the management and habilitation of children, adolescents and adults. ... (Training Available by Dundalk Institute of Technology) Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing in Intellectual Disability Nursing

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing in Intellectual Disability Nursing (Mature Entry) - Ireland

About this programme Intellectual disability nursing studies equip you to provide stimulation, emotional support, and nursing care for persons with intellectual disability, of all ages and abilities, in residential and community settings. It emphasises the importance of working with other professionals, and family members, in planning and implementing a therapeutic programme of care, to provide for the needs of those that cannot be met independently, and to help them achieve greater independence. As a student on this programme you will develop the professional knowledge, skills and attitude needed to meet the specific needs of all groups of people with intellectual disability. Nurses who work with persons with intellectual disability have a diversity of roles, from intensive physical nursing of profoundly disabled individuals, to supportive guidance in the management and habilitation of children, adolescents and adults. ... (Training Available by Dundalk Institute of Technology) Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing in Intellectual Disability Nursing (Mature Entry)

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Disability Awareness Training - Ireland

Why avail of awareness training?More and more organisations realise that their buildings and services should be accessible to people with disabilities. While this is partly as a result of the 2005 Disability Act, public and private organisations are also paying more attention to the people who access their services and understand that people with disabilities cannot be excluded. The aim of disability awareness training is to remove some of the communication, attitudinal and physical barriers that prevent people with sight loss from fully participating in society. What awareness training involvesOnce your organisation has decided to embark on disability awareness training, NCBI’s staff will work with you to ensure you achieve your goals and to establish how best to deliver the training as well as to whom among your staff. The awareness programme includes practical information on eye conditions, teaching people how to guide a person with sight loss safely, providing information on ... (Training Available by NCBI Working for People with Sight Loss) Disability Awareness Training

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Course Offered by NCBI Working for People with Sight Loss, Alternatives:1 of 33 courses & classes
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Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in Intellectual Disability Nursing - Ireland

 Is this Programme for Me?  This programme may suit those who wish to pursue an interesting and worthwhile career in the caring services. Applicants should have An interest in acquiring the skills necessary to work with and care for people with a wide variety of intellectual disability problems A capacity to analyse problems and apply solutions based on best practice. Good communication skills. An interest in working with people who have intellectual disability problems and are in need of education, care, support and rehabilitation.  Minimum Academic Entry Requirements  Standard Code applicants must have passed at least 6 Leaving Certificate subjects, including the following subjects & results: English or Irish 0D3 or better (not Foundation Level Irish) Mathematics 0D3 (not Foundation Level Mathematics) (UK/NI Grade C or higher CG(S)E) A laboratory science subject (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry joint or Agricultural S ... (Training Available by Letterkenny Institute of Technology) Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in Intellectual Disability Nursing

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