The Certificate Courses in Play Therapy have been accredited by PTUK & PTI . Courses delivered in the UK are validated for academic standards by University of Chichester, as part of the MA in Practice Based Play Therapy programme run in a collaborative partnership with APAC. The academic award is made by University of Chichester.
University College Cork is responsible for the management of academic quality and the post graduate awards for these courses delivered in the Republic of Ireland.
The professional award which enables successful students to practice clinically is made by PTUK, or for overseas students by PTI. Successful participants will be placed as ‘Certified Practitioners in Therapeutic Play Skills’ on the Register – Play Therapy UK’s Register of Play and Creative Arts Therapists which is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
Obtain a Grant to do our Post Graduate Certificate in Therapeutic Play Skills Level 9 Training with APAC (Academy of Play and Child Psychotherapy) in-conjunction with UCC (University College Cork)
If you require financial aid for your educational pursuits, the Irish Social Welfare offers a Training Support Grant that could potentially assist you. To check if you meet the eligibility criteria, kindly visit their website and reach out to one of their friendly case officers who will be happy to guide you through the process. It’s important to work with the Dept of Social Protection, we cannot guarantee any individual will be approved for this grant.
If you are seeking financial assistance for your educational endeavours, you may explore the Training Support Grant offered by the Irish Social Welfare. This grant has the potential to provide valuable support for your educational expenses. To determine if you meet the eligibility criteria, we recommend visiting their official website and reaching out to one of their approachable case officers. They will gladly assist you in understanding the application process.
It’s important to keep in mind that while we encourage collaboration with the Department of Social Protection and believe that the Training Support Grant can be a valuable resource, we cannot guarantee that every individual’s application will be approved. The final decision rests with the relevant authorities, and eligibility is subject to their criteria and evaluation. We recommend that you explore this opportunity and apply if you meet the requirements. https://www.gov.ie/en/service/11dbee-training-support-grant/