Respond College Courses upcoming – Sept Oct 2016

Accredited Certificate in Housing Practice [level 3 UK, equivalent to NFQ level 5*] РDublin

The course explores all areas of housing and the qualification aims to develop the skills and knowledge of people working in a front line capacity who wish to gain a generic qualification in housing. This qualification is ideal if you want to progress your career further, perhaps into a managerial role, or if you want to expand your skill set.

Courses Dublin 2016 pngAchievement at level 5 reflects the ability to identify and use relevant understanding, methods and skills to complete tasks and address problems that, while well defined, have a measure of complexity. It includes taking responsibility for initiating and completing tasks and procedures as well as exercising autonomy and judgement within limited parameters. It also reflects awareness of different perspectives or approaches within an area of study or work.

Delivery is over a 12 month period with ten full days of training and assessment is by continuous coursework. We adopt a blended learning approach so tutor-led training sessions will be supplemented by online learning using our Office365 website. On-going support for learners will be available from the course tutors.

Accredited Certificate in Housing Practice [level 2 UK, equivalent to NFQ level 4*] – Cork

This course will give you a firm foundation in understanding about housing and developing your career in the housing sector and is a first step to becoming a qualified housing professional. There will be no exams; student learning will be assessed through assignments and a short presentation. The teaching methods used will be a mix of lecture style delivery, discussion, small group work and experiential exercises

Course Cork Final 2016

 

 

 

Accredited Certificate in Housing Practice [level 2 UK, equivalent to NFQ level 4*] – Waterford

This course will give you a firm foundation in understanding about housing and developing your career in the housing sector and is a first step to becoming a qualified housing professional. There will be no exams; student learning will be assessed through assignments and a short presentation. The teaching methods used will be a mix of lecture style delivery, discussion, small group work and experiential exercises

Course Waterford Final 2016Note: The Certificate in Housing Practice is run based on a minimum of 16 students. Respond reserves the right to cancel or postpone a course in the event of unforeseen circumstances or insufficient numbers.