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There was a great turn out at Goleen Community Hall for the visit of Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton this morning Friday January 11th.  Minister Burton kindly answered the invite which had been issued to her by Goleen and District Community Council to open the new extension to the Community Hall.  The sun shone as she arrived to a very warm Goleen welcome.  Chairman of Goleen and District Community Council Michael Collins introduced the Minister to all of the Community Service Programme, Rural Social Scheme, Tús workers, community council members and volunteers who all play a huge role in the success of the community centre and playing fields. Grant aid of €150,000 from the Rural Development Programme delivered by West Cork Development Partnership has been paid in respect of completed works at the community centre.  West Cork Development Partnership wish everyone involved in the Community Centre all the very best for the future.

 

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Catherine Mack shares with us her refreshing and positive experiene, following her recent visit to walk the Sheep’s Head Way. Click on the following link to find out more about who she met, where she visited and what she thought………..

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/travel/2012/1229/1224328248730.html

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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This course will excite anyone from novices to professionals that has a burning interest in violent and criminal behaviour. Over 10 weeks the course will consider the criminal mind from a psychological perspective by addressing the various theories presented by criminology and forensic psychology. Participants will gain an understanding and insight into the relationship between psychology and crime by considering the deviant behaviours of child molesters, paedophiles, rapists and murderers.
Each week the course will consider a different topic as follows:

1. Introduction to Violent, Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
2. Understanding Mental Disorders and Criminal Behaviour
3. Understanding Personality and Disorders of Personality
4. Mad or Bad: Psychopathy and Psychopaths
5. The Crime of Rape, Rapists and the Irish Legal System
6. Paedophiles and Child Molesters
7. A Special Look at Female Sexual Abusers
8. The Psychology of Stalking and Harassment
9. The Psychology of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
10. Investigating Crime using Behavioural Investigative Advice

Duration: 10 weeks. Tuesday 29th January to 2nd April 2013
Lecturers: Dr Ciara Staunton, Sinead Devine, School of Applied Psychology, UCC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm.
Cost: €230
Venue: Clonakilty – Business Technology Park

This course ran in 2012 in Clonakilty and was a huge success. Niamh O’Flaherty wrote ‘I really enjoyed the course, it was really interesting and gave me the interest and confidence to change career paths and I hope go back to college in Canada

For further information and application contact Kathryn at 087-9876390 / Kathryn@wcdp.ie. Application is on-line at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/ace/

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