ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (6M3674)
All students entering the level 6 course must have successfully completed the prescribed modules from level 5 course.
A4 Brochure for Social Care Level 6.pdf
We now have a direct entry link with the AIT to year 2 of the Social Care Practice Course Level 8.
Conflict Management, Team Leadership, Community Development Theory, Community Development Practice, Group Work Theory and Practice, Community Organisation Management, Supervisory Skills and Work Experience.
Those who achieve this award will have a wide range of career opportunities working with: • Community Development Groups • Family Resource Centres • Health Care Voluntary Organisations • Disability Services
POSSIBLE PROGRESSION FROM THIS COURSE
Athlone Institute of Technology AL664: Applied Social Studies (Level 6) AL860: Social Care Practice (Level 8) – Direct entry to year 2
Waterford Institute of Technology WD124 Health Promotion (Level 8) WD192 Social Care Practice (Level 8)
Sligo Institute of Technology SG243 Social Care Practice (Level 8) SG435 Health Science and Physiology (Level 7) GMIT GA879 Applied Social Studies (Castlebar) (Level 7)
Carlow Institute of Technology CW068 Applied Social Studies (Professional Social Care) (Level 8) - Direct entry to year 2 CW768 Social and Community Studies (Level 8) CW788 Youth and Community Work (Level 8)
NUI Maynooth MH116 Community and Youth Work (Level 8)
On successful completion of the course, candidates who reach the required standard will receive the following award: QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Community Development (6M3674)
Moate Business College students are eligible under the same conditions that apply to any third level institution for the government paid maintenance grant.
Apply to S.U.S.I on www.studentfinance.ie
As more and more people are aiming to get back into the workforce, mature students are invited to apply to any of the courses on offer at the college. To encourage participation by mature students, each applicant is assessed solely on the basis of an interview. People who have been unemployed may avail of the Vocation Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS) and Back to Education Initiatives (BTEI), and study at MBC without losing Social Welfare Benefits.