Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health Promotion, NUI Galway
Mental Health Ireland have partnered with the National University of Ireland, Galway to deliver a new Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health Promotion.
The programme has been jointly developed by NUI Galway and Mental Health Ireland. The Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health Promotion is designed for people working in different sectors (such as mental health, primary care, education, nursing, social work, community work) who wish to develop knowledge, skills and competencies of mental health promotion and its implementation in practice.
The one-year part-time course aims to provide participants with professional education and training in the principles and practice of promoting positive mental health and wellbeing. The programme runs from September to May.
The academic direction of the programme is provided by Professor Margaret Barry NUI Galway. Academics in the discipline of Health Promotion, together with contributions from practitioners and those with lived experience in the specialist field of study, deliver the lectures and workshops.
The course is a blended learning programme, with a combination of teaching techniques employed to support learning. It is a level 9 programme comprising of 30 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points in total.
For more information on the course starting in September contact NUIG directly or click the link below.
Ms. Denise Glavin, Discipline of Health Promotion, NUI Galway
00 353 (0)91-493092
Tony Leahy Scholarship Fund
Mental Health Ireland offer financial support for people with lived experience to access this programme, through the Tony Leahy Scholarship fund.
The level of support will be dependent on the information contained in your application form.
To apply for the Tony Leahy Scholarship please fill in the Application Form below.