Short Courses and workshops
BRYR offers a number of courses and workshops to youth practitioners in Ballymun. They include:
Child Protection Awareness Programme
This Child Protection Awareness programme includes an overview of relevant legislation and guidelines, the Child Protection Code of Good Practice, Definitions of Abuse, Indicators of Abuse, Reporting Procedures, Do’s and Don’ts, Myths about Child Abuse and Protection. Certificates are only be awarded to participants attending the full session.
European Voluntary Service – Info session for young people aged 18-30
This workshop is for young people aged 18-30 interested in volunteering in Europe but who don’t know where to start.
Through the European Commission, EVS provides funding for young people to volunteer in another country for between two and 12 months. The funding covers 90% of return travel costs as well as accommodation and food. The volunteer also receives a small monthly allowance. The variety of EVS projects is enormous, including projects focusing on the environment, arts, culture, health, youth and sport.
Occupational First Aid Course -FETAC level 5 (3 days)
A date can be set as soon as 10 participants enrol for this course.
Content of the course:
· Assessment, Accident scene management
· Circulation, Wounds & Bleeding
· Respiration, Asphyxia & Introduction to CPR
· CFR (AED & CPR) & Practice
· Fractures, Sprains, Strains & Dislocations
· Burns, Scalds, Chemicals, Poisons & Electric Shock
· Medical Emergencies, Crush & Spinal Injuries
· Scenario Practice
Practical First Aid (2 days)
A date can be set as soon as 10 participants enrol for this course
This course is suitable for youth groups / projects who already have the required number of Occupational first-aiders in place but would like other staff to be trained at basic level in 1st Aid. Certificate valid for two years.
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
Please register your interest and a course may be run in Ballymun in the near future
ASIST is a two-day intensive, interactive and practice-dominated course designed to help caregivers recognize risk and learn how to intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. The workshop is suitable for all caregivers - any person in a position of trust - including health professionals, teachers, counsellors, youth workers, police staff, clergy, and community volunteers.
For more information or advice on any of the above training use this contact form or ring the Reco Number found at bottom of this site.