Acute Mental Health Interventions

University College Dublin

 

Course Name Acute Mental Health Interventions
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code X715
Course Type Postgraduate
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Special Purpose Certificate (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Special Purpose National University of Ireland Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Belfield
Qualification Letters Prof Cert
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Next Intake: September 20189.

How to apply
Applications are made online through UCD Applications. ​Applicants may be required to undertake an interview (either face-to-face or via telecommunication) as part of the admission process.

Please note that all applicants are required to pay a €50 application fee. Your application cannot be processed fully unless the application fee has been paid.
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Duration 1 Semester Part Time
Course Fee

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Entry Requirements

Expand+The entry requirements for the programme are that the person would have a Level 8 qualification. It is desirable that the person would be working in the area of mental health although this is not essential.

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Course Content

Expand+This Professional Certificate is unique in that it addresses the needs of health and social care disciplines in understanding and delivering acute mental health interventions. Its interdisciplinary character affords students the opportunity to intera...

Subjects Taught Programme Structure
The programme is currently offered once per year (dependent on numbers). Classes are on one afternoon per week as well as online learning in the student’s own time and the course is one semester in duration.

Class Contact: Lectures 21
Class Contact: Small Group discussion or on-line 5
Class Contact: Practical 10
Autonomous student learning 105
ECTS 10
Careers or Further Progression Careers / Where can I go?
This course will enhance your clinical expertise and permit you to be responsive to the needs of people presenting with acute mental health needs. This qualification is relevant to the changing healthcare environment.
Further Enquiries General Enquiries:
graduate.nmhs@ucd.ie

Academic Enquiries:
Dr Timmy Frawley
Lecturer
B316, UCD Health Sciences Centre
+353 1 716 6485
Timothy.Frawley@ucd.ie
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