This is a distance-based course that focuses on verbal, nonverbal and interpersonal communication skills of the entry-level nursing assistant or caregiver. An examination of cultural competence and barriers to communication will take place.
This space hosts development of a short introductory adult education courses offered by University College Cork in Communications Skills for the New Media Age.
This is a program to prepare academic pediatricians to respond to the evolving demography of American children and the medical, social and environmental determinants of child health
This workshop organised by CoLearn Community in English, Portuguese and Spanish Language aims to share experiences of Community Based Participatory Research with various Universities in the UK, Brazil, Portugal, Lithuania, Romania and Spain.
This course is aimed at people in community settings who are considering how they might support mental health by promoting community resilience. It is intended for community volunteers, as well as paid staff, working to support health and social care. We have tried to make this course as accessible and engaging as possible. No formal qualifications or training is needed for understanding and putting into practice the activities described in the course. We would caution that this course is not aimed at addressing serious or potentially life threatening mental health situations that require suitably trained and professional personnel. In these situations trained professional support must be sought.
Este curso tem por objetivo apresentar dicas de como construir o seu 1° Estado da Arte.O curso tem duração de 9 horas, distribuídas em 3 módulos:1 - Introdução;2 - Atividade 13 - Atividade 2
This course is a comprehensive program enabling participants to acquaint, aware, sensitize and learn to understand the possibility of prevention of suicide. The present course is spread over- two month period, requiring minimum involvement of 18 to 20 hours of investment in total. The objective of the program will be to provide right knowledge of suicide (sensitization), required skills in identification, screening and assisting at risk youth (assessment and counselling skills) and promotion of suicide prevention (campaigning and sensitization in higher educational campuses and other platforms). The participants of the program will be mainly educators, student council members, wardens, mentors, hostel staff and parents. The basic requirement of the participation is not related to academic competence rather their intention to play significant role as a mentor in adolescence and young adults life. The course enable you to feel empowered and competent enough to identify and connect to right help through providing systematic knowledge about it. Every module is the base and will facilitate the upcoming module. The course will be covered in six modules. As mentioned above the sequence of the modules have a basic intent of facilitating the participants from knowledge to execution part. These modules will be covered using many activities like online lectures, readings, collaborative activities, quizzes and small field work.
If you have no idea how your computer works, then this unit is for you. You will learn the basic operating principles and what the various components do. The unit will explain what factors affect the power of a computer and what the difference is between mainframes and PCs. A gentle introduction to the workings of a computer.
The course provided a deeper factual and practical understanding of the complexity of armed conflict and instability. It highlighted the importance of, and helped to develop skills to conduct good quality conflict analysis. It introduced the principles and commitments guiding the UK’s conflict policy at both the national and international levels. It also enabled an understanding of the relevant issues and challenges involved in formulating and implementing conflict policy.
The course considered thematic conflict policy tools and responses to help establish a deeper technical understanding of the range of potential conflict policy responses. It provided a detailed introduction to the extensive range of UN peace operations, as well as the UN’s peace and security architecture.
The intended purpose of this course is to define and explore the topic of confusion, as well as shed light upon the disease processes of dementia and Alzheimer's disease at a rudimentary level.
This course provides an accessible and lively social science account of contemporary Wales. It introduces key aspects of the economy, society, politics and culture of Wales, providing a wealth of up-to-date evidence that is organised around core social science concepts and theories, to help you make sense of a changing nation.