Working in hospitals, clinics and medical centres looking after the health and care of people with physical illness.
Working in a leisure centre, in sports as a player or coach, or involved in personal / fitness training.
Caring for individuals experiencing psychological difficulties, or with the welfare of individuals or groups of people experiencing some form of hardship.
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The Healthcare course equips students with the skills and knowledge to care for clients in a safe and hygienic environment. You will learn about...
Children's nurses care for babies, children and adolescents. They apply their specialist knowledge to the particular needs and problems of children and their families.
Diagnoses and treats difficulties with human eye movement.
A fully qualified medical doctor who specialises in examing, treating and advising sick people in a local GP surgery, or in a hospital setting.
The prescribing of medicinal products is a new role for nurses and midwives in Ireland in order to meet the needs of patients/clients and the community in general.
Public Health Nurses are qualified registered nurses who provide a range of health care services in the community.
Applies psychological theories and the scientific study of behaviour, to help people with a wide range of mental, developmental and physical health problems.
Teaches, trains and demonstrates aerobic and anaerobic fitness methods to music.
Manages emergency vehicles, intermediate care vehicles, other national ambulance service resources and community first responder services.
An Au Pair works in a private home, assisting parents (or a lone parent, guardian or carer) in the daily care of the children and the house.