- Exercise & Fitness 5N2668: Equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in a variety of forms of physical exercise, to enable the learner to design, implement and evaluate exercise and fitness programmes in a variety of contexts in line with best practice.
- Anatomy and Physiology 5N0749 – learn the structure of the various systems within the human body e.g. digestive, system, respiratory system, nervous system, skeletal system etc. and how they work. Develop an understanding of the interrelationships that exit between these systems.
- Nutrition 5N2006 – Understand the importance of healthy eating and its benefits to good health. Identify components of a healthy diet for all age groups and devise a menu for each. Appreciate the role of food and its significance in the management of various conditions and diseases. Interpret the nutrition labels on a variety of food products in accordance with EU regulations.
- Work Experience 5N1356: Equip the learner with the relevant knowledge, skill and competence to participate in the workplace for a limited time, carrying out work-related tasks independently while under general direction.
- Communications 5N0690 – Acquire the writing skills needed for the workplace, learn to speak fluently and coherently in a professional setting, develop interpersonal skills and have an understanding of the impact of ICT on society.
- Social Studies 5N1370 – Understand your position as an individual, family member and as part of a community and wider society. Examine critically contemporary social issues, learn how some sociological theories can be applied to Irish society, increase your effectiveness in life and work through understanding social issues e.g the impact of discrimination on individuals and groups in society
- Reflexology 5N5371 – the purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to provide reflexology treatments for the purposes of relaxation and the relief of stress in order to encourage general health and wellbeing, under appropriate supervision.
- Psychology of People 5N3634 This module equips the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to relate a broad overview of psychological perspectives to personal well-being and to routine social and professional situations. Explore a range of psychological theories including at least two of behaviourism, psychodynamic theory, cognitive and developmental theory and humanism
- Leaving Certificate, LCA or QQI Level 4.Mature students are exempt from Leaving Certificate requirements. All applicants are interviewed. An offer of a place on this courses is contingent on the applicant meeting the entry requirement set out here and satisfactory presentation at interview.CERFL proficiency at B2 for access to Level 5 courses for those whose first language is not English
Students undertake a block work placement of 2 weeks in a health related environment or in the wellbeing department of a company. Students undertake to prepare, plan and facilitate a professional, dynamic and inclusive wellness programme.
- Data Protection Workshops
- First Aid Workshop
- Manual Handling Training
UCC: Arts (CK101), UCC: Social Science (CK102), UCC: Youth & Community Work (CK114) (Must be over 21 years and one year’s work experience in the area), UCC: Criminology (CK113), UCC: International Food Development & Food Policy (CK214), MTU (Cork): Social Care (CR031) – Maths or Stats required, MTU (Cork) Recreation & Leisure Management (CR032) – Maths or Stats required, MTU (Cork) Community Development (CR035), MTU (Cork) Hospitality Management (CR042) – Maths or Stats required, SETU (Waterford): Psychology (WD163). Special arrangements in place with MTU (CCPS), MTU (Kerry) and SETU (Waterford) for preferential entry for CCOC students. Up to 390 CAO points for any IT can be attained. Go to our progressions database at https://www.corkcollegeofcommerce. ie/progressions/ for exact entry requirements for progressions for this course.
In a health related environment, in the wellness section of a large company or in community organisations, establishing wellness programmes. All students can access the Jobs Advice Hub (see pg.87).