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Training and Education (Foundation Diplomas)

Course Type: Distance Learning
Institute Name: NUI Galway - Adult Education
Fee: 850 per course (1,350 Non-EU)
Duration: 12 weeks (approx)
Course Locations: Galway City

Course Details

The Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development offers the following Foundation Diploma's:

Train the Trainer
Performance Sports Coaching
Skills for Professional Development
Assessment: Theory and Practice

Students who successfully complete a Foundation Diploma may then undertake the Certificate in Training and Education and will be exempt from the chosen module above.

Our Foundation Diploma's may run several times per year in a number of locations. The course runs over a 12 week period and consists of workshops and online materials.

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