Child Development

Community & Child Development

Community & Child Development Course Dublin

This very practical course offers training in the skills needed to work in the caring professions. It is a preparation for those who wish to work in the community helping others, such as people with special needs, the older person and in early childhood care and education.

Applications are particularly invited from those who wish to return to education after a break of many years. It provides adults with a second chance to gain the education and qualifications they need for their personal, work and community life.

The course is for one academic year from September to May and will be held from 9.00am to 1.00pm Monday to Friday.

Modules Studied

  • Care support (5N0758)
  • Child Development (5N1764)
  • Early care and education practice (5N1770)
  • Early childhood education and play (5N1773)
  • Child health and Well-Being (5N1765)
  • Special needs assisting (5N1786)
  • Communications (5N0690)
  • Safety and health at work (5N1794)
  • Nutrition (5N2006)
  • Personal Effectiveness (5N1390)

Qualifications

Learners have the opportunity to achieve certification in either Early childhood Care and Education or in Community Health Services in one year.

QQI/FETAC

QQI Certificate in Community Health Services (5M2009) Level 5

QQI/FETAC

QQI Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education (5M2009) Level 5

First Aid Course

Practical First Aid Course offered every other year

Certification

This one year course provides certification at QQI level 5 in early childhood care and education (ECCE). It meets the requirements for the ECCE pre-school programme.

Duration

One year full time. Classes run from 9.00am to 1.00pm Monday to Friday.

Progression

Graduates from this course may apply for admission to an advanced certificate at level 6. Students may also apply after one year through the QQI links scheme for entry to diploma/degree courses in Institutes of Technology and Universities.

Many of our past students are employed as Special Needs Assistants, community workers, and care assistants in hospitals, schools, homework clubs and a range of other settings.

Entry Requirements

All applicants will be interviewed, there is no academic entry requirement. It is desirable that applicants be over 21 years of age.

Fees

Course Fee: €250

Grants

There are grants available to those students who are eligible to apply. Students may qualify for VTOS payments and PLC grants for mature students.

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Applications & Enquiries

If you require any additional information whatsoever please do not hesitate to contact us or apply for a course using the links below.

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