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Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

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Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

This course is suitable for those interested in psychology, particularly in psychotherapy and counselling skills. It is designed to offer the participant an insight into the area of counselling looking at some of the approaches and techniques used by psychotherapists today, specifically Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness.
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a psychotherapeutic approach: a talking therapy. CBT aims to solve problems concerning dysfunctional emotions, behaviors and cognitions(thoughts) through a goal-oriented, systematic procedure in the present. It is particularly useful in dealing with depression, stress, anxiety, eating disorders, addictions, etc. Mindfulness is increasingly recognised as a valuable intervention in counselling internationally.

Duration: 1st October 2018– 10th Dec 2018

Sessions: Monday evening 7pm – 9pm

Cost: €150

Subject to demand this 10-week course will run in February 2018. For future dates, fees and further info updates please see link here.

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  • Cost: €150
  • Course Length: 1st October 2018 to 10th Dec 2018
  • Start date: October- Course subject to demand, contact provider for future dates.
  • Time: Part time- One evening per week, Monday evening 7pm – 9pm

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Employment Law -QQI Level 6- Component Award- Part time- Evening- WCFE

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Employment Law -QQI Level 6- Component Award- Part time- Evening- WCFE

This module is designed to equip participants with knowledge of the component parts of employment law and an appreciation of how employment law principles work in practice. In addition, candidates who successfully complete this module will develop an in depth understanding of the statutory frameworks which regulate the employer/employee relationship.

Course Content:

Unit 1 The Regulatory Framework
Unit 2 Contracts of Employment
Unit 3 Discrimination
Unit 4 Dismissal and Redundancy
Unit 5 Health and Safety at Work
Unit 6 Collective Employment Law

All enquiries to:
Philip Deegan Director of Adult Education , Telephone: 051-874053 (ext 301) or e-mail: pdeegan@wcfe.ie

Please note course runs subject to demand. For future dates and additional info please look link here.

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  • Cost: €385
  • Course Length: 1st October 2018 to 13th April 2019
  • Start date: October
  • Time: Part time, evening- One evening per week-Monday Evening 6.30pm -9.30pm. For future dates contact provider.

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Restorative Justice QQI Level 6-Component Award- WCFE

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Restorative Justice QQI Level 6-Component Award- WCFE

 The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to become effective mediators within specific communities of interest.

Accreditation: Mediation 6N4910- Minor-Component Award- 

Course Content:

  • Assess the values and ethics underpinning mediation to include empowerment, mutual respect and equity of exchange
  • Appraise the psychology and behaviours which produce constructive or destructive outcomes resulting from situations of conflict
  • Assess the relationship between mediation and the law in a range of contexts and jurisdictions, and the roles of party autonomy, mediator authority and power and the protection of a fair process in mediation
  • Appraise a range of structural arrangements that can frame the mediation process to include co- mediation and shuttle mediation
  • Evaluate the difference between mediation and other forms of conflict dispute resolution
  • Assess the importance of confidentiality, impartiality and non-verbal communication skills in communication
  • Appraise the nature of compassion fatigue and how it affects effective action in mediation

Course runs subject to demand.

All enquiries to:
Philip Deegan Director of Adult Education at Telephone: 051-874053 (ext 301) or e-mail: pdeegan@wcfe.ie

For future dates, updates on content, fees, registration please see link here.

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  • Cost: €400
  • Course Length: 1st October 2018 to 25th March 2019- Contact provider for future dates.
  • Start date: October- For future dates contact provider.
  • Time: Monday Evening 6.30pm -9.30pm. - For future dates contact provider.

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Basic Digital Photo Imaging- Part time- Evening- WCFE

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Basic Digital Photo Imaging

Course Description

This course provides a practical introduction to the skills and knowledge of basic digital photography. Exploring the techniques and creative potential of the medium it is designed for the amateur/hobbyist photographer. The course aims to enable candidates to gain an overall awareness of camera handling techniques such as composition and viewpoint in order to control and make purposeful creative photographic images. There will be an introduction to Adobe Photoshop and Studio Lighting Techniques.

Requirements: Digital Camera

Duration: 3rd Oct 2018 – 12th Dec 2018- For Future dates see link here and contact provider 
Sessions: Wednesday Evenings 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm
Cost: €215

Subject to demand this 10-week course will run again in February 2019

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  • Cost: €215 
  • Course Length: October to December
  • Start date: October- Class runs subject to demand. Contact provider for future dates.
  • Time: One evening per week- Wednesday Evenings 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm

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Introduction to Software Development (Java)- Part time- Evening- WCFE

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Introduction to Software Development (Java)

This course has been designed to introduce students to the concepts of programming and the techniques involved in constructing small programs.
The course would be suited to people interested in learning the fundamentals of Java programming or for people considering returning to third level education in the area of Information Technology and /or computer Science. This course may also be of interest to people in the workplace who support software development projects.

Entry requirements:
• An understanding of the windows based operating systems such as XP, Vista and Windows 7
• An interest in learning a programming language

Course Content:

• understand the concepts involved in programming such as Inputs, Outputs, Conditional Statements, Looping, Arrays and Strings
• be familiar with industry standard programming practices
• learn the principles of software design
• acquire skills to construct reliable software
• test programs effectively and write supporting documentation for program code
• solve problems which require a loop construct as a solution
• explain the technique: top-down development
• use the top-down strategy to devise a program to solve a simple problem

Enrolments:

Enrolments will take place from the 3rd Sept 2018 – 28th Sep 2018 from 10am to 12 noon each day Monday to Friday only.

There are two evening enrolment dates, Wednesday 12th September 2018 and the 19th September 2018 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
All courses begin October You will not be contacted after registration unless your course does not go ahead.

Remember class runs subject to demand.
Future dates:  Subject to demand this 10-week course will run in February 2019. For future dates, updates on fees, contact provides or see details HERE.

 

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  • Cost: €215
  • Course Length: 2 months
  • Start date: 1st Oct 2018 to 10th Dec 2018. For future dates please contact provider.
  • Time: One evening per week-Monday 6.30pm – 9.30pm

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Computer Aided Draughting- QQI Level 5 – 5N1604- Component Award

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Computer Aided Draughting 5N1604- Component Award

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to utilize computer technology as a design tool and a presentation media.

Course Content:

  • Analyse key features and characteristics of computer hardware and software in relation to computer-aided draughting
  • Interpret key terminology, commands and icons associated with computer-aided draughting
  • Discuss the contribution of technology as a design tool
  • Utilise appropriate drawing commands
  • to create a range of two dimensional geometrical constructions to include lines, poly-lines, splines. arcs and circles
  • Utilise a range of editing commands to modify existing constructions
  • Create, insert and edit a variety of blocks, layers and templates
  • Employ appropriate techniques to customise a drawing in order to plot a page set-up and layouts
  • Apply a range of labelling techniques to include hatching, text and dimensioning
  • Modify the properties of a drawing to include application of line- type, line-weights, colours and scales
  • Customise and restore default drawing tool settings
  • Suggest health and safety initiatives aimed at reducing the risks associated with use of digital technology.

Duration:                   20 weeks 3rd Oct 2018 – 11th March 2019- Course runs according to demand. Course may run annually. For future dates see provider details here.

Sessions:                 Wednesday evenings 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Costs:                        €400 includes examination fee.

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  • Cost: €400 includes examination fee.
  • Course Length: 20 weeks
  • Start date: 3rd Oct 2018 to 11th March 2019- Course runs according to demand. May run annually, contact provider for future dates.
  • Time: Wednesday evenings 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm

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Hair Extensions Course- Part time- Evening Course at WCFE

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Hair Extensions Course

This course is suitable for those wishing to train in the art of applying hair extensions. The course content is as follows:

Course Content:

  • Matching Colours and Tones
  • Row application
  • Sectioning hair to apply extensions
  • Bonds and rows
  • Styling and cutting hair
  • Maintenance
  • Materials needed.

 

Duration:                  1st October 2018 – 10th December 2018

Sessions:                 Monday evenings 7pm – 9pm

Cost:                          €400 (this cost is subject to change)

Course is subject to demand. Subject to demand this 10-week course will run in February 2019. For future dates please contact provider or see link HERE.

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  • Cost: €400 (this cost is subject to change)
  • Course Length: 10 weeks
  • Start date: 1st October 2018- Course is subject to demand. May run again in February 2019. For future dates please contact provider.

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Parenting a Teenager- WCFE-

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Parenting a Teenager

While parenting a teenager may often seem like an impossible task, there are skills which can be developed and steps you can take to make your life a little easier.

You may feel lost or overwhelmed

You may live in fear

You may simply feel sad or disconnected from your child


Course Content:

Understand the teen years from a brain developmental perspective

Understand the meaning behind behaviour

Learn to communicate with your teenager in a more meaningful manner

Learn to recognise your own difficulties and where you feel ‘stuck’.

Learn how to set appropriate boundaries

Learn how to reconnect with your child and have fun

Duration:                   10 weeks – 1st Oct 2018 – 10th December 2018

Sessions:                 Monday evenings 7 pm – 9 pm

Costs:                        €150

Please note classes are running subject to demand and dates may change annually. Subject to demand this ten-week course will run in February 2018. For Future dates please see link HERE:

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  • Cost:     €150
  • Course Length: 10 weeks
  • Start date: 1st Oct 2018 – 10th December 2018- Please note classes are running subject to demand and dates may change annually. Subject to demand this ten-week course will run in February 2018. For Future dates please see link HERE:
  • Time: Monday evenings 7 pm – 9 pm

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Child Psychology -6N2023-QQI Level 6 -Component Award- Evening- Part time

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This module aims to provide the learner with a comprehensive understanding of Child Psychology while analysing different theoretical models in terms of understanding child and adolescent development. The course will aid in the appreciation of factors that impact on the child’s psychological development while contributing to the value of scientific research in the field of child psychology.

Certification: QQI Level 6 Component Specification

Course Content:

1. Research theories of developmental change and continuity in infancy, childhood and adolescence.

2. Evaluate a range of factors influencing and impacting on the psychological development of the child

3. Appraise different theoretical models of child and adolescent development

4. Assess the importance of transitions in influencing a sense of self

5. Analyse different scientific methods and their application in relation to child behaviour and child development

6. Critically evaluate how the role of social, biological, cultural and historical perspectives affect the development of children and adolescents

7. Explore the development of gender consciousness and its impact on self-identity in children and young people

8. Use empirical research in acquiring knowledge and informing best practice and constructing scientific knowledge in a specific child development, education and or care context.

9. Analyse the implications of own attitudes, values, beliefs and assumptions in relation to issues of relevant policies and best practice.

10. Identify personal learning goals and assist others in identifying learning and personal development goals

 

Course runs according to demand. For future dates, please contact provider or see link HERE.  Course may run annually.

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  • Cost: €400 includes examination fee.
  • Course Length: 20 weeks
  • Start date: 3rd Oct 2018 – 11th March 2019
  • Time: Wednesday evenings 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm

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Intellectual Disability Studies 5N1652 -QQI Level 5- (1 module)- Evening Class

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Course Description

This component is designed to equip the learner with the skills and knowledge in Caring for Children with Special Needs either in the home or as part of a team in a childcare setting. The module aims to promote good practice, equality of opportunity and respect for diversity in lifestyles, religion and culture and the maintenance of a safe, healthy and hygienic environment for children with Special Needs’

Certification:     QQI Level 5 Component Certificate

Course Content:    

  • Context of Intellectual Disability
  • Models of Service Provision
  • Holistic Care
  • Caring for Those With Specific Needs

Course Starts 1st October 2018 and runs to  11th February 2019- Classes running according to demand. Please contact provider for future dates. Course may run annually.

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  • Cost: €385
  • Course Length: 5 months.
  • Start date: 1st October 2018 – 11th February 2019- Please contact provider for future dates. Course may run annually.
  • Time: Monday Evenings 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.