Extended deadline for Level 7 Diploma application

We have extended the date for accepting applications for the Diploma in Community Drug and Alcohol Work to 30th June 2020.

This comprehensive and professional course is run by Urrús in partnership with University College Dublin (NFQ Level 7) and intended to provide participants with a range of skills and knowledge both academic and practical which will enhance their effectiveness in responding to the complex issue of drug and alcohol misuse within a community environment.

This programme will be conducted over two semesters in the academic year 2020/21 and will be delivered in a blended learning format.  This will consist of a combination of online sessions and real time class-based activities using either a virtual or classroom environment.  Prospective students need to be available to engage in learning and study for the full day on Tuesdays, as well as some Thursdays and Saturdays during the semester.  It is essential that students have computer and internet access to engage with the course learning.

Click here for more information or contact the office: – email: – mailto:urrus@byap.ie    / phone 01 8467980

BYAP/Urrús COVID-19 Contingency Plan

The Ballymun Youth Action Project/Urrús have in place a Business Continuity Management Plan which is designed to enable the Project to cope with the effects of an emergency or crisis.  During the current COVID-19 emergency a contingency plan is in place with respect to Urrús training delivery; click here to see the practices which have been in place since the 11th March 2020.

We continue to follow the guidance of all relevant State Bodies and on this basis Urrús/BYAP updates its contingency plan regularly under the direction of the Director and Board of Directors.