Wellbeing is a core value of most societies, albeit conceptualised, defined, and promoted in diverse ways. Deriving primarily from a psychological perspective, this course introduces participants to a sociotechnical systems model of workplace wellbeing, contextualising the organisation’s role between individual’s own wellbeing management, the services, infrastructure and policies in society and the physical infrastructure and technological environment.
Sustainability is as much about people as it is about energy and economics. This course introduces participants to a sociotechnical systems model of sustainable organisations, contextualising the organisation’s role between individual decision-making and the services, infrastructure, technology and policies in society.
The course seeks to influence and change practice towards a more predictive risk-based, data-driven process of implementing change and innovation. This is a highly practical course that introduces students to a novel risk governance platform that facilitates the implementation of a risk-based applied project within the student’s operational area and will be supported by ongoing mentoring.
This 5-week online short course in Impact Evaluation Methods provides participants with a strong grounding in Randomised Control Trials (RCTs), quasi-experimental methods, process evaluations, and quantitative methods for understanding impact. Participants will have an opportunity to develop their own design for an impact evaluation. On successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate from the Trinity Impact Evaluation Research Centre - this course is not accredited.
Designed to cater for professionals working in the Irish housing market, this introductory elearning course explores how housing markets work and describes basic concepts behind the economics of property. This four week online course will equip you with basic tools to apply economic analysis in the property market. Core concepts, such as shifts in demand and supply, opportunity cost, and general equilibrium effects, will be explored and applied to your practice.