The Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Adult Guidance Counselling) is a professional training course for people working with adults in a guidance counselling setting, providing career information, guidance counselling and labour market services.
The course focuses on the development of the key communication and relationship skills and competencies that underpin the practice of Adult Guidance.
The course provides a critical engagement with the core concepts and ideas concerning marginalisation, exclusion and adult career development. Participants are encouraged to deepen their self-awareness and explore their career narratives and life histories.
Applicants must have a degree, professional diploma or equivalent qualification. Applicants will be expected to have a minimum of two years’ experience working with adults in a developmental setting and seeing a minimum of 6 clients on a regular basis. Applicants should have participated in training courses, workshops or individual session in the area of guidance, counselling and self-awareness.
Part time over two years in an open-learning format, incorporating e-learning material, over 7x 2-day workshops, 1x 3-day workshop and a week-long summer school.
Supplementary Question and Interview form part of the application process.
If you would like to discuss your application contact Maggie Noone at 01- 708 3752 or