Galway Mayo Institute of Technology

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Certificate in Peer Support Practice, GMIT

Mental Health Ireland are delighted to support the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology and their Certificate in Peer Support Practice. 

This programme provides students with an education for professional practice in peer support work. This includes disability, neurodiversity, addiction services, physical health (particularly in dementia care), and mental health / emotional distress.

Discipline: Nursing Health Sciences and Social Care

Location: Mayo

NFQ Level: 8

Programme Duration: One year

Mode of Study: Part time

Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT here

Credits: 30

Tony Leahy Scholarship Fund

Mental Health Ireland provide scholarships up to 50% of fees to support participation on this course through the Tony Leahy Scholarship fund.

To apply for the Tony Leahy Scholarship please fill in the Application Form below.


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