ATU - Sligo St. Angela's
Nursing - Community Mental Health Nursing - Sligo St. Angela's
Who should apply?
This programme is suitable for registered Psychiatric Nurses on the Psychiatric Division of the active register maintained by NMBI who are currently practicing as a psychiatric nurse and have at least 18 months postregistration experience in psychiatric nursing (exclusive of post-registration courses).
Making Recovery a Reality: A Co-produced Module
Advanced Research Skills
Primary and Community Mental Health Care
Professional Practice (Clinical)
Elective: Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Elective: Assessing and Managing Clients Presenting
Elective: Early Intervention for People Who Experience First Episode Psychosis
Elective: Eating Disorders in Adults and Adolescents
Applicants must be currently practicing as a psychiatric nurse and be a Registered Psychiatric Nurse on the Psychiatric Division of the active register maintained by NMBI with at least 18 months post-registration experience. Applicants should hold a primary degree in nursing. If applicants do not have a primary degree in nursing, they will be invited to complete an access course. For full details on the Entry Requirements for this programme please see the course webpage.
1 year part-time, blended.
Each of the six 10 credit modules have a 20 hour per week workload and this includes class time, online directed work, self-directed work and assessment preparation.
Attendance is required at St. Angela's Campus for 6 days during Semester 1 and 9 days during Semester 2.
Postgraduate Diploma (Level 9 NFQ)