Peer Support Programme at ITT Dublin
What is peer support?
Sometimes when we are adjusting to a new place or experience, we can find it useful to talk to others who have already been through the same thing. As a student, you may wish to talk to another student about any difficulties you find yourself experiencing while in first year.
These difficulties may be to do with adjusting to life in the college, personal issues outside of the college that are effecting you or simply information about general college and academic life. The Peer Support programme is free and open to all incoming first years.
Who do they support?
Peer Supporters have been put in place to support all full-time first year students in IT Tallaght.
Who are Peer Supporters?
Peer supporters are current students in the college who have volunteered to support incoming first year students. They have been trained to assist students in a range of matters in a confidential and respectful manner. You can contact any of the peer supporters at any time throughout the year.
What type of things can they help me with?
- General information about college life
- General information about academic issues
- Adjusting to college life
- Personal issues e.g; low mood, isolation, family problems
How do I contact them?
You can reach any of our peer supporters at their e-mail addresses listed beside each of their details. They will be checking their e-mails regularly and will get back to you promptly with a reply to your query or to arrange to meet with you, depending on what the issue is.
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