12b Ness Walk, Inverness, IV3 5SQ, United Kingdom

Community Development - University of the Highlands and Islands

**What is special about this course?** The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) award in Community Development has been designed to meet the specific development and training needs of Gaelic organisations and public authorities working in communities to maintain and regenerate the Gaelic language. You will look at community development for all settings, rural and urban, that are sensitive to the requirements of Gaelic language development. You will develop skills to plan for language and community development, drawing together theoretical knowledge with practical steps in community and language revitalisation. **Special features** - You will access to teaching, learning and research of the highest standard in language and community development, with a focus on Scottish Gaelic, enhancing your employability and professional skills - You will follow a course of self-study supported by telephone tutorials and access to online learning resources. - Content will be of particularly benefit to Gaelic development officers, language planning officers, community and economic development co-ordinators and Gaelic education professionals - The CPD Award can also be studied in Gaelic, see CPD ann an Leasachadh Coimhearsnachd

  • Qualification
    Certificate of Professional Development
  • Study mode
  • Duration
    1 years
  • Start date
  • Location
    Lews Castle College UHI,StornowayScotland