Diploma in Youth and Community Work (UCC ACE) | CC032 (29 Weeks Blended Learning) September Enrolment
This is a two year, part time program combining development of practical profession skills with understanding of the theory that underpins successful social intervention projects. Lecturers have links to local intervention agencies and hold post graduate academic qualifications. It leads to QQI level 7 accreditation and carries 60 credits. Students have the option of exiting at the end of first year with a QQI Level 6 Certificate. Graduates of the program have progressed to full time employment in the Youth and Community Intervention sector or continued to associated level 8 programs in UCC, TUS and UL.
Semester 1 will be Blended Learning.
Lectures in Groups of 7-10 alternated
with Virtual Classroom delivery.
Method of Assessment
There are no exams. The course is
evaluated through a combination
of learning journal entries, oral
presentations, a community profile,
essays, a research report and a project
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Contact Christine Chasaide
Phone: 087 946 1472
Email: email@example.comApply for this Course
Core Skills of Youth and Community Work,
Introduction to Youth and Community Work
Principles and Practices in Youth and Community Work
Introduction to Research Methods.
Disadvantage and Social Exclusion
Models of Youth and Community Work
Managing Youth and Community Work Projects
there will be a 70 hour Placement during second year.