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Training of Trainers on the Dóchas Code of Conduct on Images & Messages (22 February 2017)
Introduction to Public Health in Emergencies (evening course): starting 15 February 2017
For further informtion on individual courses please click on the above links. For further information on all courses please click here.
Kimmage DSC offers a range of distance education, professional development courses through our KODE Programme including HIV & Gender, Results Based Monitoring & Evaluation, Results Based Planning, Child Safeguarding, Managing for Results & Accountability, Understanding GBV.
Please see link for full course outlines, start dates, application forms etc.
Public Affairs and Political Communication: 2 February
Finance for Non-Financial People: 9 February
For further information on the rest of The Carmichael Centre's training programme, click here.
Corporate Fundraising – Engaging Businesses to Boost Your Income: 25 January 2017
Getting Things Done (Positive Leadership Series): 26 January 2017
Governance & Charity Regulation - a 2-day Survival Guide (Cork): 7 & 8 February 2017
For further information on the rest of The Wheel's training programme, click here.
A course run by Friends of the Earth for those who want to take action on current environmental and social issues. Click here to register. For more information, contact Meaghan on (01) 639 4652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimmage DSC is now accepting applications for individual modules or the entire MA in International Development by distance learning starting March 2017. Full information about this programme, accredited by Maynooth University, including Programme Content, How To Apply, Fee info and application forms is available on our website.
Closing date for applications is: 10 February
Our security awareness courses are suitable for individuals who are currently working in or are going to work in low to medium risk areas. They will help to ensure that you keep yourself and those you are working with safer. Our main courses are conducted in Kildare but we can also run short bespoke courses at your own location. Reduced rates for NGOs, Charities, journalists, students, human rights workers and volunteers. For further information, please see http://eurocheck.ie/training-dates/ or contact us at email@example.com.
This is a lively and participative course open to people with any kind of interest in Latin America. Participants will acquire a general understanding of Latin American social, political, historical and economic developments as well as more detailed information about topics of contemporary significance, such as trade, labour issues, indigenous issues and popular resistance.
Latin American Spanish: Mondays, 6-7.30pm (beginners), 7.45-9.15pm (continuation) for 10 weeks from 23rd January.
Brazilian Portuguese: Thursdays, 6-7.30pm (beginners), 7.45-9.15pm (continuation) for 10 weeks from 26th January..
Each class has a maximum of 12 students. The classes are taught in a lively and participative style. The 10 session intensive course focuses on basic survival Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese for beginners. Students will learn to manage simple tasks such as introductions, shopping and getting around and will learn to use the present tense.
Enrolment: €120 - Non members, €110 - LASC Members. For further information call 01 676 04 35 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.