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14Mar

Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse – Open Online Course

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The new Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse online course provided by the Open Training College can now be... Read More →
24Sep

First modules open for BA Applied Social Studies (Disability) – Years 2 and 3

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The first module for second years, Empowerment and Advocacy; and for third years, Life Stages, Development and Transitions are now open on... Read More →

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A Letter to a New Student

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The What and How of Course Selection

May 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

Person First Language

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14Mar

Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse – Open Online Course

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The new Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse online course provided by the Open Training College can now be... Read More →
24Jun

Exams: Think Positively

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Stressful Time Exams are everywhere at the moment. This can be a very stressful time. Many fear the worst possible... Read More →
28Apr

Time to stop the stigma of mental health issues.

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Suffer in Silence Mental health issues are far more common than we like to accept. For decades in Ireland, thousands... Read More →

management

10Jul

How to Study Better

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This short video by Stephen Chew (Samford University,Alabama) introduces some helpful tips on how to get the most out of... Read More →
05Jun

Supports Which Help to Make College Happen

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Over the last few weeks we have looked at the process of returning to learning from making the decision to... Read More →
29May

Survival Essentials to Succeed in College

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There is no doubt that studying can be challenging. If you are working in addition to studying this challenge can... Read More →

CPD

05Jun

Supports Which Help to Make College Happen

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Over the last few weeks we have looked at the process of returning to learning from making the decision to... Read More →
29May

Survival Essentials to Succeed in College

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There is no doubt that studying can be challenging. If you are working in addition to studying this challenge can... Read More →
22May

The What and How of Course Selection

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What to Study????? If you are studying to advance your current career, then you will need to look at your... Read More →

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24Jun

Exams: Think Positively

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Stressful Time Exams are everywhere at the moment. This can be a very stressful time. Many fear the worst possible... Read More →
06Apr

Do you remember sex education?

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The Talk Do you remember? It was most likely in the early years of secondary school. A teacher may have... Read More →
26Nov

Say what you mean, mean what you say….

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What does that mean? Communicating; we all do it, and we all feel we are quite good at it. We... Read More →

Student Life

30Sep

Certificate in Applied Management – Student Feedback

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Always good to hear some genuine feedback. This from one of our Certificate in Applied Management students. Places are available... Read More →
16Sep

Alan’s Journey – Part 5

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Final few minutes tracing the experiences of Alan, a Third Year student of the BA in Applied Social Studies (Disability).... Read More →
01Jul

Alan’s Journey – Part 4

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The fourth in a five-part series tracing Alan’s journey through the Final Year of the BA in Applied Social Studies... Read More →

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