This is a part-time course, please see full details of dates & times below.
Online/Blended Learning Delivery
The programme is blended learning. It rotates between online and onsite teaching inputs. Onsite classes are delivered in our Tallaght Campus, and our online classes are run as tutorials that involve students and their lecturer logging into our online portal Zoom™ simultaneously.
Our blended learning classes are run as tutorials, that involve students and their lecturer logging into our online learning platform Moodle and use the online portal Zoom™ simultaneously.
Zoom™ provides and integrative online environment for students and Lecturers to interact and engage in the learning. This platform facilitates discussion polls, sharing of slides, videos resources and much, much more.
To foster more intimate learning environments the use of breakout rooms is also implemented, allowing for the safe and experiential triadic learning practice that we have found so successful.
All of our sessions are accessible through computer and mobile devices and we have a structured and robust technology department to support all faculty and students through their learning journey. To encourage flexibility, and best practice, we also record all our sessions, these are made accessible only to the students in that class to review content whenever is convenient to them!
Who Should Apply:
This course will be of interest to professionals who work in an integrative manner. It will be of particular interest to counsellors, psychotherapists, guidance counsellors, psychologists, healthcare professionals, probation officers, social services personnel, managers, and all who supervise the work of others in the helping professions.
Accreditation of Award:
Our Diploma in Integrative Supervision is professionally accredited by the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP). In order to meet IACP supervision accreditation requirements, you must be a fully accredited counselling and psychotherapy member and hold full accreditation for a minimum of five years.
Learners are assessed through a continuous assessment strategy, which includes a variety of methods such as video recording, theoretical essay and reflective writing strategies. Clinical course requirements involve engagement in a peer supervision (internal) relationship (25 hours), external supervision practice (25 hours) and clinical supervision of your external supervision practice hours. Learners have until January 2023 to submit the clinical logs and supervision report required of clinical practice on the programme.
- IICP College, Killinarden Enterprise Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24 [For classroom inputs]
- Online via Moodle & Zoom [For online inputs]
- Click here for map and directions
- This programme will be delivered in a blended learning formatting including both classroom and online inputs.