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Certificate In Lifeskills Studies
Course Code: INT55
Entry Requirements:

Admission to this module is open to applicants who are:

  • 18 years of age or older on enrolment
  • Have an intellectual disability
  • Committed to ongoing learning and personal development

Duration:

Module Duration - 14 days in total (09.00 a.m.. – 5.00 p.m.)

  • Semester 1: Wednesday 23rd October, then every second Wednesday for four weeks.
  • Semester 2: Wednesday 15th January, then every second Wednesday for eight weeks.
Fees (euro):

The fee €450, payable at the commencement of each module. However, if all three modules are paid in advance, the cost is €1,200 payable at the start of the first module.

Application Process:

Applicant completes and returns the application form on or before 27th July 2016.

Each applicant will be called for an individual interview which will take place on 20th & 21st September 2016

Students will then be selected & informed by post.

Next Intake:

September 2016

Closing Date: 2016-09-21

Programme Overview

This three year course is for students with an intellectual disability and comprises of three modules.

 

Modules

Personal Effectiveness - Commencing October 2016, this module enables the student to acquire the interpersonal skills necessary to support their ability to participate in their communities. Students will learn about their rights and responsibilities as well as personalised planning and advocacy.

Maths for Living - This module focuses on applying mathematical skills to a variety of everyday living skills such as shopping, cooking, managing money, budgeting, and using timetables.

Health and Well Being - This module will enable students to acquire the skills necessary to maintain positive physical and mental health. It will focus on developing the students understanding of maintaining a healthy lifestyle in all aspects of their daily life.

 

On completion of all three modules, students will receive a Certificate of Engagement and Participation from St. Angela’s College.

Contact Details

Carmel Jennings
The Department of Nursing & Health Studies
St Angela’s College
Lough Gill
Sligo
T: 071 91 35 618
E: cjennings@stangelas.nuigalway.ie

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