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The Graduate Certificate in Relationships and Sexuality Education for People with Intellectual Disability is a unique programme offering specialist educational training in the area of friendships, relationships, sexuality and sexual health. It will reflect issues relating to all sexualities in Irish, European and global contexts.
The aim being to create and develop competent sexual health and sexual wellbeing educators, who are equipped to enable those they teach and work with to make healthy decisions.
The programme has been designed with flexibility in mind and students can access course material at a time and a place that is convenient to them. Delivery will take place both online and in face-to-face lectures.
Topics covered will include:
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Normally a recognised primary Level 8 degree with a minimum of a H2:2.
In the case of International applicants, having educational qualifications of a standard equivalent to those outlined above. In addition, where such candidates are non-native speakers of the English language they must satisfy the University of their competency in the English language.
Applicants who do not hold a primary degree (or judged equivalent) will have their prior certified learning assessed through a system of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
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