This course is an exciting and innovative programme which is set to respond to individuals and organisations who are involved either directly or indirectly with the Drugs and Alcohol misuse sector.
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- Part Time
- Substance misuse
- Substance Use
- Work Placement
- Psychosocial Studies in Substance Use
- Psychosocial Studies
- Drugs and Alcohol Counselling
- Introduction to Groupwork
- Motivational Interviewing
- Introduction to Suicide and Self Harm
- Learning to Learn
- Relapse Prevention
- Substance Misuse: A Biopsychosocial Approach
- Substances: Crime, Law and the Criminal Justice System
- Understanding Self Harm and Suicide
- Psychosocial Interventions for Polydrug Use
- Dual Diagnosis
- Dual Diagnosis
What will you study on this course? Course modules will consist of compulsory and optional modules which include:
Introduction to Drugs and Alcohol Counselling
Introduction to Groupwork
Introduction to Suicide and Self Harm
Learning to Learn
Substance Misuse: A Biopsychosocial Approach
Substance Misuse: Working with Children and Young People
Substances: Crime, Law and the Criminal Justice System
Understanding Self Harm and Suicide
Psychosocial Interventions for Polydrug Use
All modules are mapped to relevant National Occupational Standards (NOS).
When taking this degree you will be required to register for the Work Placement module. This involves six days in total carried out in two x 3 day attendances at either or both the following locations:
Tyn Rodyn, which provides a residential rehabilitation programme, located near the centre of Bangor.
Hafan Wen, is a detoxifying and treatment centre in Wrexham and is located at Maelor Hospital.
Since a number of the modules involve working with vulnerable adults, you must satisfy statutory vetting for fitness to work with vulnerable adults and will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service form and pay the appropriate fee before you can be offered a place on the degree.