Course Description

NUI Cert. in Psychology Level 7 Clane



This Maynooth University NUI Certificate level course is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to develop an understanding of psychology and to explore its relevance to the individual, family, community and society.

Upon successful completion of this course students should be able to:

  • Understand the main psychological theories and schools and their contribution to the development of the discipline
  • Understand the biological basis of behaviour
  • Apply critical psychological theory to the processes of learning, memory, feeling and personality development.
  • Understand and apply psychobiological, psychodynamic, behavioral/cognitive and phenomenological approaches to lifespan development.
  • Illustrate self directed learning by completing a research proposal with relevance to psychology and presenting this proposal to the class.
  • Conducting a literature review for the research proposal and submitting a bibliography with the proposal.
  • Use academic and stylistic conventions appropriately and consistently
  • Submit a learning journal which reflects the impact of the course on the student’s understanding of psychology and how this has influenced their knowledge of themselves, ideas, perceptions and attitudes.

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CollegeMaynooth University
Course LocationClane, Kildare
Course CategoryPsychology, Healthcare & Medicine
Course TypeClassroom Based
Course QualificationLevel 7 Certificate
Awarding BodyNational University of Ireland
Awarding Body DetailsNUI Certificate in Psychology
Course Start Date1st October 2019
Course End Date7th May 2020
Course Duration100 hours One evening per week x 3 hours plus 3/4 Saturdays over the year.
Course TimeTuesday 7.00-10.00
Course Fee€1250
Entry RequirementsParticipants need to be 21 years of age or over on 1st January of the year in which the course commences. As courses are delivered in keeping with adult education practice, participants will be expected to: be willing to engage with group activities and group learning; be willing to learn through dialogue and reflection on experience; have a level of literacy that is sufficient to complete the assessment requirements.
Carear PathThe NUI Certificate in Psychology is a standalone qualification however when combined with the NUI Certificate in Training and Continuing Education (Train the Trainer Level 7) and the NUI Certificate in Equality Studies in Training and Development (On Line) it forms part of the Diploma in Arts in Training and Development for Socially Inclusive Workplaces. This suite of CPD courses provide a comprehensive educational/training package in core skills such as managing issues of equality and cultural diversity in the workplace for Team Leaders, Managers and Learning and Development Specialists.A number of our students have used this certificate course as a preparatory course to more major degree awards in Maynooth University and other institutions of Higher Education.
Phone01 708 6062
Course CodePS1
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1 Floor School of Education, North Campus Maynooth University, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Maynooth, Kildare, Republic of Ireland

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