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EYS1114 Integrated Community-Based Work Practice
Beginning: Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019
This module explores the theoretical underpinning to integrated community-based work, looks at past approaches, and critically examines the ‘new’ direction in service provision. In particular, the module draws on the ethic of care and social ecological theories to analyse universal and targeted community-based responses to children and families, including such services as home support, child protection, disability services and programmes designed to address inclusion.
Credits: 5. Cost: €435.
2019/11/30 €435
TE190 Coaching for Improved Performance
Beginning: Friday, Dec. 20, 2019
This module introduces you to the core skills of coaching and mentoring, and outlines the emergence and development of these practices particularly in recent years. It aims to build on trainers’ competence by developing their coaching and mentoring knowledge, skills and abilities. It explores the role of coaching and mentoring in the performance improvement in the workplace. Closing date: 01 January 2020
Credits: 10. Cost: €660.
2019/12/20 €660
NU6622 Clinical Supervision: Supporting CPD (Semester 2)
Beginning: Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020
This module on clinical supervision (CS) aims to provide the students with the required knowledge and practical skills to become effective supervisees/supervisors, and will thus enhance the implementation of CS frameworks in practice. Application deadline 31 October.
Credits: 10. Cost: €850.
2020/01/09 €850
MK7108 Marketing Analytics & Research
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
Successful organisations direct all their efforts to giving customers what they want, while still earning a profit. The critical factor in such market dominance is the extensive use of data from Marketing Research. To be truly marketing orientated, companies have to make data work and be information driven. Marketers must actively engage with data searches, analyse, summarisation, interpretation, visualisation and presentation for intelligent marketing decision making and action.
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/01/13 €390
MG7102 Leading and Managing People
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
This course provides a solid foundation to the study of Leading and Managing People. The material delivered and presented highlights the practicality of the issues involved in work and employment, and specifically in managing and leading people. People management is essentially about leading and managing people in a way that both maximises and rewards the contribution each individual makes in the organisation.
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/01/13 €390
MG8102 Contemporary Management Thought (Semester 2)
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
The central aim of this module is to examine the theory and practice of the management process today. It discusses the core concepts of management and the role of the manager, the skills and ability they require to manage the organisation successfully. Furthermore, it focuses on the manager as a person, their personal characteristics, values and attitudes and how these elements can impact and influence the organisation and its culture. Application Deadline 8 January 2020
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/01/13 €390
EC426.3 Ireland in the Global Economy
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
This module explores Ireland’s economic experience in the global economy using a comparative historical approach, grounded in an understanding of globalisation as a process of economic integration. The module aims to: explore Ireland’s economic experience in the context of globalisation processes. Introduce learners to the approaches and methods of the ‘new comparative economic history’. Deadline for applications: 8 January
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/01/13 €390
EC1002 Principles of Macroeconomics
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
This course provides an introduction to core concepts of macroeconomics: how to measure gross domestic product, inflation and unemployment as well as the role played by government fiscal and monetary policy. Macroeconomics is the study of the economy as a whole. The pre-requisite for enrolling on this module is that applicants have completed EC1001 Principles of Microeconomics. Deadline for applications: 8 January
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/01/13 €390
MK5129 Inbound Marketing
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
Inbound marketing is used by both global companies (e.g. Starbucks, Taco Bell, American Express, Microsoft, Tesco...the list goes on) and small businesses alike as a means of engaging their target audience, driving quality lead growth and ultimately their bottom line. Application closing date 8 January 2020
Credits: 5. Cost: €435.
2020/01/13 €435
MK5130 Digital Marketing Strategy
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
The aim of this module is to provide students with the knowledge and skill-set to conceptualise and deliver a creative digital marketing campaign, which can be integrated into an overall marketing strategy. Application closing date: 8 January 2020
Credits: 10. Cost: €810.
2020/01/13 €810
MK5104 Marketing Analytics
Beginning: Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
This module will introduce you to the major components of marketing and sales analytics across multiple channels. You will be introduced to how current analytical tools and techniques generate analytics to support data-driven decisions in such areas as marketing insights, competitive analysis, strategy, segmentation, promotions, and a number of approaches to generated social media analytics.
Credits: 5. Cost: €435.
2020/01/13 €435
AR3300 Archaeology in Practice 1
Beginning: Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020
The first part of this module introduces students to the discipline of archaeology and provides the theoretical and methodological foundations for later work. The first weeks are devoted to a series of topics designed to introduce students to modern archaeology, its historical development, aims and practices.
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/02/01 €390
ECS101 Psychology – The Developing Child 1
Beginning: Friday, Feb. 7, 2020
The objective of this module is to introduce a range of theories in relation to the holistic development of young children and to look at their application in early childhood care and practice settings. The module will also provide students with an insight into atypical child development. The module will look at the role of adults in planning a child-centred environment.
Credits: 10. Cost: €660.
2020/02/07 €660
EYS1115 Contemporary Perspectives on Play, Learning and Pedagogy
Beginning: Friday, Feb. 7, 2020
This module explores contemporary issues and perspectives on play, learning and pedagogy concerning ECEC. Drawing from a range of theoretical perspectives, learners will explore and analyse existing debates, emerging issues and current approaches, with the aim of developing critical and reflective thinking skills, enabling transformative practice within the early years sector.
Credits: 10. Cost: €865.
2020/02/07 €865
EOS1200 Observing Earth
Beginning: Monday, Feb. 10, 2020
This 8 week module will introduce students to an array of remote sensing techniques used in Earth observation. It will include satellite, airborne, and marine based technologies, and cover image processing and interpretation. Case studies will show how this information can be applied to the fields of environmental science, agriculture, archaeology, resource mapping, habitat mapping, natural hazards and land use.
Credits: 5. Cost: €390.
2020/02/10 €390
ECS103 Creative Development in Early Childhood
Beginning: Saturday, Mar. 7, 2020
This module will allow students the opportunity to explore and understand their role as facilitators and supporters of creative expression in young children. A theoretical approach will be used to consider the value of extending play through the use of music, movement, storytelling, art and drama in early years’ settings. Application deadline: 18 January.
Credits: 5. Cost: €330.
2020/03/07 €330


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