Queens University Belfast are to host an open morning on their Post Qualifying courses offering pathways in Child Care, Mental Health, Strategy and Leadership, Systemic Practice and Family Therapy and Dual Diagnosis (Substance Misuse and Mental Health) and the Cognitive Behavioural Programme.
The morning will take place on Wednesday 22 February at the University's Riddel Hall and provide the opportunity to talk to their internationally-recognised staff on the courses and career pathways. These courses are aimed at:
- Staff employed by Health and Social Care Trusts
- Those involved with voluntary sector agencies
- Individual applicants intending to self-fund.
All programmes are linked to NISCC Professional Awards and students undertaking Systemic Practice Programmes may also gain professional accreditation (BABCP/AFT). Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis so registration is required.