Careers and Opportunities
Research & Innovation
Work with Ulster
The overall aim is to produce qualified Community Youth Workers to undertake key roles to the required professional standard.
Year of entry: 2024/25
Derry ~ Londonderry campus
Year of entry: 2023/24
This course introduces participants to the main stages of the conflict cycle and to key intervention strategies used to resolve conflict.
Develop advanced criminological skills tailor made for high impact careers in crime, justice and compliance.
This course provides an advanced introduction to key concepts, ideas and debates in this field of study of peace and conflict studies.
The course offers a unique opportunity to study peace and conflict in a vibrant society emerging from a violent past.
This course looks at approaches, actors, activities and spheres of action of peacebuilding in a range of societies emerging from violent conflict.
This short course examines features of professional development and self-care in practice across a range of challenging issues and contexts.
Further your career in public sector management, guided by leading academics and practitioners.
The short course will examine the theory of trauma, crisis management models and research on adversity and its impact.
This course offers an opportunity to an in-depth understanding of contemporary Social Policy and research and policy analysis skills.
If you supervise practitioners across Community, Youth & Therapeutic settings, this course provides essential theoretical and skills training.