Certificate in Recovery in Mental HealthSpecial Purpose Award (Level 8). We are now accepting applications for the January 2022 intake.
Discipline: Nursing Health Sciences and Social Care
NFQ Level: 8
Programme Duration: 13 Weeks
Mode of Study: Online delivery
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Entry Requirements: This programme is aimed at mental health workers, people with lived experience and their supporters and people who have an interest in recovery in mental health. There is an assessment component at QQI Level 8
Recovery in mental health implies focusing on the strengths and opportunities for a service user rather than the limitations and symptoms of mental illness.
Such an approach emphasizes the concepts of hope and optimism and are integral values in the recovery approach. The aim of this module is to enable learners to develop an in depth working knowledge of the principles and practice of recovery for the mental health service user and to critically evaluate the range of skills necessary to work innovatively and collaboratively with service users, carers, and their families and appropriate agencies.
This course is aimed at mental health professionals working in the area of rehabilitation and recovery in mental health.
To be confirmed
This 10-credit module will enable the learner to recognise and respond to factors which contribute towards or affect over all health, including but not limited to:
Ethical needs of:
- Service users
This module will commence in January 2022 and will be delivered over 13 weeks (one afternoon per week)
HOW TO APPLY
Applications can be made online at https://apply.gmit.ie, using application type L8.
This user guide contains step by step instructions on how to create and submit an online application.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Friday, 17th December 2021.
Current fees are listed on our Fees Page https://www.gmit.ie/general/what-are-fees
It is each candidate's responsibility to seek clarification from his/her employer regarding fee entitlement.
Lifelong learning programmes are planned with "remote delivery" of classes, and this will be done within existing blended programme delivery models and times. This will also allow for some level of classroom delivery if Covid-19 restrictions allow later in the academic year.
GMIT will continue to adhere to Government guidelines to ensure the safety of students, staff and the wider community.
For further information please contact
Dr Mark Garavan