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Advanced Training in Special Needs Assisting and Inclusion

QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Inclusive Education and Training 6M2263
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Duration: One Year Full-Time - September to May

Coordinator: Siobhan Murphy

This course in Inclusive Education and Training with Disability Studies and Special Needs Assisting, will enable the learner to acquire the knowledge, skills and competencies to implement best practice, in a range of caring and educational environments. The overall aim is to provide a broad understanding and awareness of the term ‘disability’ and provide training in this area. Learners will use their teaching and learning skills to enable individuals with disabilities to overcome barriers in the workplace and educational settings. It will lead to employment opportunities in; Preschools, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Public and Private Health sectors for adults and children with disabilities.

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING WITH DISABILITY STUDIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTING

“I would highly recommend Sallynoggin College of Further Education for everybody. It is an inclusive College where everyone is most welcome and where students mix well and interact with each other. I started my life as a student a month before my 60th birthday and the experience has been absolutely fantastic and has changed my life. I completed three different full-time courses in Sallynoggin which were inter-linked. It is not just a learning environment, it is a community also and I really enjoyed my time there.”
Eileen Young – (Graduate, 2020)

Education Progression

Below are some examples of progression options with this QQI level 6 award in Inclusive Education and Training 6M2263
Marino Institute of Education Education Studies G Level 8 CM010
Marino Institute of Education Early Childhood Education G Level 8 CM020
TCD Deaf Studies G Level 8 TR016
TCD Law Level 8 TR004
UCD Social Sciences Level 8 DN700
UCD Social Policy and Sociology Level 8 DN750
UCD Psychology Level 8 DN720
UCD Law Level 8 DN600
DCU Education and Training G Level 8 DC235
DCU Law and Society Level 8 DC232
DCU Arts- Politics Level 8 DC295
TU Dublin City Centre Social Care! G Level 8 TU996
TU Dublin Blanch/Tallaght Early Childhood Care & Education G Level 7 TU790
TU Dublin Blanch/Tallaght Early Childhood Care & Education G Level 8 TU989
TU Dublin Blanchardstown Applied Social Studies in Social Care G Level 7 TU791
TU Dublin Blanchardstown Applied Social Studies in Social Care G Level 8 TU991
TU Dublin Blanchardstown Community and Youth Development G Level 7 TU792
TU Dublin Blanchardstown Community Dev. & Youth Work G Level 8 TU992
TU Dublin Tallaght Applied Social Care G Level 8 TU997
IADT Applied Psychology Level 8 DL825
NCI Psychology € Level 8 NC010
NCI Early Childhood Education & Care G Level 8 NC030
Maynooth University Psychology Level 8 MH106
Maynooth University Social Science Level 8 MH107
Maynooth University Law Level 8 MH501
Maynooth University Law (Options) Level 8 MH502
Maynooth University Community and Youth Work G + Level 8 MH116
Maynooth University Arts Level 8 MH101
Dundalk IT Community Youth Work G + Level 7 DK767
Dundalk IT Social Care G Level 8 DK862
UCC Applied Psychology Level 8 CK120
UCC Social Science Level 8 CK102
UCC Social Science-Youth & Comm. G+AE Level 8 CK114
Waterford IT Social Science Level 8 WD187
Waterford IT Psychology Level 8 WD163
Waterford IT Early Childhood Care and Education G Level 8 WD231
Waterford IT Applied Social Care G Level 7 WD018
Waterford IT Social Care Practice G Level 8 WD192
  Private Colleges (Fees Payable)
DBS Applied Social Care G Level 7 DB528
DBS Applied Social Care G Level 8 DB527
DBS Social Science Level 8 DB566
DBS Psychology Level 8 DB562
€ Fees Payable ! Transcript of level 6 results required + Questionnaire/ Skills Test and Interview G Garda Vetting Required A Age Requirement E Experience Requirement
  Advanced Entry Graduates of this QQI Level 6 course may also be considered for advanced entry to related degree programmes. Students may be eligible to progress to the second year of a course where they fulfil the college’s entry requirements.

For a more detailed list of progression options please www.cao.ie

Course modules are reviewed annually and may be subject to change