Cognitive Behavioural Skills for Practice

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Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Skills for Practice is a part time 12 week, 10 credit, level 8 course in Waterford Institute Technology

The course is designed to allow health and social care professionals to develop the requisite knowledge, skills and understanding to safely and appropriately apply cognitive behavioural skills into their everyday practice. Classes will take place on one morning per fortnight for 12 weeks.The programme is primarily aimed at nurses and midwives but is also open to other professionals who provide psychosocial interventions to service users as part of their day to day work.

All students must be based in a work setting with access to clients with anxiety and depressive disorders. Course participation is agreed with the practice manager who confirms that the placement is appropriate to allow the student the opportunity to develop their skills, allowing for reflection on their experiences, a key element of the programme.


The Course will be delivered in the O’Connell Bianconi Building on the main WIT Cork Road Campus in Waterford.

How to apply

Application forms are available from Breda Walsh, Administration, Department of Nursing and Health Care, Waterford Institute of Technology, Cork Road, Waterford

T: 051845567         E:

Completed application forms should be signed by the learner and endorsed by the line manager. Once you have been accepted onto the programme, you will be sent a registration link via email.

Course Contacts:

Tony Reid:, 051302471
Breda Walsh:,  051-845567

Closing Date for Applications: 19th August 2016

Click the following link for more information:-


  • Address Waterford Institute Technology, Cork Rd, Waterford
  • Phone 051 302471/051 845567
  • Category Counselling, Social Care, Soc. Science
  • Location Waterford City

Course Information

Course Information
  • Cost see above
  • Course Length 12 weeks
  • Start date see above


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