Welfare Rights - QQI Award
Next Course begins: Monday April 24th and Tuesday April 25th 2017
Dates for the six month course:
|Monday April 24th||Tuesday April 25th|
|Monday May 22nd||Tuesday May 23rd|
|Monday June 12th||Tuesday June 13th|
|Monday July 3rd||Tuesday July 4th|
|Monday July 31st||Tuesday August 1st|
|Monday August 28th||Tuesday August 29th|
Welfare Rights is a training course offered by the INOU targeted at information workers working with the unemployed and those distance from the labour market. Candidates who successfully complete the course and assignments will receive a QQI Award in Social and Civil Information. The general aim of Welfare Rights is for the candidate to become proficient in the knowledge and skills needed to deal professionally and skilfully with their clientele.
Welfare rights looks extensively at:
The candidate will upon completion of the course have very detailed subject knowledge so that they may be able to deal with multifaceted and complicated queries.
The module will help the candidate identify their own skills, strengths and weaknesses and how these may affect their role as an information provider. The work experience element of the training will be used to help identify any issues and how they can be addressed.
The training will take place two days a month over a period of 6 months. During that time the candidate will also take part in work experience so as to practise what is being looked at in theory.
A supervisor will be asked to verify the work experience.
Cost of this Course
Full fee for the course is €500
* This includes all materials and Certification fees.
* Also included is lunch everyday and tea and coffee.
If you wish to apply to do this course please click here to download the booking form.