Graduate Entry Medical School
Requirements:Applicants must be registered full time on a Health and Leisure course in IT Tralee and currently studying in 2nd or 4th year of their course. Applicants will need to have a history of successful completion in exams & assessments in the topics they will be covering.
The Peer Assisted Learning (P.A.L) programme is a voluntary student-to-student academic support for specific modules in first, second and third year in the Department of Health & Leisure Studies. This is a student friendly support system provided to students by students. These P.A.L sessions help students' understanding of course material and help with development of skills for approaching assignments and exams.
Successful applicants will attend an induction session where they will recieve training on how to
Successful applicants will be required to commit to 1 hour per week over an 8 week period.
Is training provided?: Yes
Please note that Garda Vetting is required for this position.
Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:
Skills required for this role:
Details of time commitment needed for role:
1 hour per week for 8 weeks
Minimum time commitment per week:
1 hour p/week
Level of English required for the role:
Additional screening required for this role:
Applicants may be invited to meet with staff from the Health & Leisure Department and Student Engagement Office as part of the application process.
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
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