The groups from the MA in Advanced Facilitation Skills for Promoting Health and Wellbeing are professionals from diverse disciplines around the country
On the 17 and 18 January 2020 two groups of students on the MA in Advanced Facilitation Skills for Promoting Health and Wellbeing met up for the first time. One group are commencing their third semester and one group are commencing their first. They are professionals from diverse disciplines all over the country. The course attracts professionals from health, education, community and voluntary sector as well as private business.
The Masters is in its fourth year running and is growing steadily. The course is a WIT programme that is delivered in Dublin. It adopts a blended approach with one 2-day block a month and online contact in between.
Students embrace the learning opportunity that take place on the three residential weekends over the course of the programme where they get the opportunity to develop the in-class and online connections that enhance the group learning experience.