The Diploma in Youth and Community Development Practice is a one-year part-time course designed to enable community activists and youth workers gain a thorough understanding of youth and community development, combined with the practical skills necessary to work effectively in this field. Participants will have the opportunity to explore youth[...]
If you are working in the youth work sector and are interested in gaining new knowledge and skills in a rapidly changing youth work context – then this is the course for you! This course has been designed in collaboration with organisations/employers in the wider youth work sector to ensure[...]
This blended learning programme is a four-year, part-time programme in Community, Youth and Family Studies. Students are awarded a University of Galway Diploma in Arts (Community, Youth and Family Studies) upon successful completion of the first two years of the programme and a Bachelor of Arts in Community, Youth and[...]
Why choose this course? This is an internationally recognized social science degree course which combines academic theory with practical experience. It gives students the opportunity to develop their theoretical knowledge and skills and apply it directly to practice and management in the health and social care sectors, both locally and[...]
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