This QQI level 6 course can be offered as a full Major Award or as singular modules. On completion our ISM Recruitment specialists will assist you in finding temporary and or permanent employment within our range of healthcare clients.
This module will provide the student with an understanding of how to communicate effectively both verbally and nonverbally in a comprehensive range of everyday tasks, to appreciate the importance of information and communications technology, and to carry out work related tasks in a supervisory capacity within a healthcare organisation.
Conflict is usually a problem in all places of work, this module will equip the student with the knowledge, skill and competence required to critically engage with the theory and practice of conflict management within a variety of healthcare settings.
The unit of study will provide the student with the relevant knowledge, skill and competence to participate in the work place setting while carrying out work-related tasks in a supervisory capacity under the direction of a senior line manager.
This unit of study will provide students with the knowledge, skill and competence to motivate, evaluate and empower staff while in a supervisory role through the setting of clear objectives and standards by which they can measure their performance and the timely giving and receiving of feedback.
Studying this module will provide students with the knowledge, skills and competence to enhance the quality of life of the older person and enable the student to develop an understanding of the concepts of ageing from the physical, psychological and societal perspective and to address the needs of the older person in a dignified, inclusive and holistic manner.
This unit of study will facilitate the student to develop their knowledge, skill and competence in the models and types of disabilities and the legal and social structures and services in place to accommodate disabilities at national and community level and in the workplace. The student will develop an understanding of the impact disabilities have on the individual and their families and an awareness of the legislation and provision of resources available based on the principles of best practice.