Integrated collaborative practice programme

Integrated Collaborative Practice Programme

The Integrated Collaborative Practice Programme is a Level 8 course (20 ECTs), and is awarded a NUI Certificate through Maynooth University. The programme was developed through the Drug and Alcohol Task Force in consultation with Southside Partnership Training Network and will be operated through Community Action Network (CAN) and Maynooth University. The Programme represents a very significant investment of time, energies and resources by the respective partner agencies reflecting our commitment to achieving greater and more effective coordination and integration of services - at a practice level - across child, family and substance misuse issues in community settings.There is also a high level of subsidy, and with the appropriate employer support to prospective participants, most if not all of the enrolment fee can be met through a Bursary scheme.

Programme brochure

Application form

Employer support form


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