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Dip. in Management Effectiveness and Practice

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Special Purpose Award Level 7 (60 credits)
What is this course about?
The Diploma in Management Effectiveness & Practice aims to provide knowledge and skill development in delivering supervisory leadership and management in a modern commercial environment. Tailored specifically for those in or seeking supervisory/team lead roles, the programme provides a complementary set of modules which allow the student to explore topics such as personal effectiveness, team leadership and change management.
In support of the learning experience and resulting application of learning
to the student’s workplace, the programme is based on continuous assessment methodologies and offers an opportunity to gain accreditation through a balanced attendance at class based lectures/ workshops and work based assignments and learning guidance.
What subjects will I study?
Professional Report Writing
People Management
Marketing Management
Finance Management for Front Line Managers
Operations and Project Management
Customer Relations and Brand Management
On Completion of the Programme, Learners should be able to;
Apply enhanced personal effectiveness skills to their role
Develop job specific leadership and management competencies and skill sets
Explore their personal strengths and weaknesses in delivery of leadership and management
Analyse their leadership style and consider how this translates into work behaviour
Deliver more effective decision making within team activities through the use of specific techniques
Demonstrate best practice in developing a communication approach to meet the needs of a change programme
Develop personal insight into one’s own skill set in relation to coaching and mentoring requirements.
What Progression Routes are available?
Students can complete the full Diploma in Management Effectiveness and Practice Special Purpose Award. Level 7 (60 credits) or alternatively exit with a certificate in any of the listed modules.

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  • Cost: Contact provider
  • Start date: 5th March
  • Time: 9.30-5.30

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Start Your Own Business (Evening)

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The aim of this programme is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to compile a business plan to enable the learner to start their own business.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Applicants should have achieved a minimum of a QQI Level 4 Major Award or its equivalent. Good numerical and communication skills are essential, including verbal and written command of the English language.

COURSE CONTENT

Title Award Awarding Body
Induction (Evenings)
Start Your Own Business Start Your Own Business (5N1418) QQI

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Course Information

  • Cost: There may be charges associated with this course. Please check with the course provider.
  • Course Length: 10 Weeks
  • Start date: Course runs a few times throughout the year. Next course starts 29/01/2019. For future dates contact provider.

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TIG Welding- (TIG) Aluminium Weld

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The aim of the course is to provide the participants with the skills knowledge and competence which will enable them to use T.I.G. Welding equipment safely and correctly.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS :  Good hand/eye co-ordination, Good manual dexterity.

COURSE CONTENT

Title Award Awarding Body
Induction
T.I.G. Welding (TIG) Aluminium Weld (EN9606-1AL01) Approved EN Certifying Body
T.I.G. Welding (TIG) Stainless Steel Weld (EN9606-1SS01) Approved EN Certifying Body

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Weld mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium plate in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions to complete ‘lapp fillet’ and ‘tee fillet’ joints.

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  • Cost: There may be charges associated with this course. Please check with the course provider.
  • Course Length: 5 Weeks
  • Start date: Course runs a few times throughout the year. Next course starts on 04/02/2019
  • Time: Evenings

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Microsoft Office Specialist – Multimedia WTS

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Microsoft Office Specialist – Multimedia WTS

The aim of this programme is to enable learners to choose various IT modules within, office productivity, software development and IT maintenance, security and network support at an introductory/associate level within a blended learning environment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

No formal education requirement. Learners should have an interest in Information technology and be interested in progressing within the productivity, software development of IT Security strands of Information technology. Learners should have the ability to take initiative for their own learning in a facilitated learning environment and be able to set individual learning goals. Must be numerate & literate, Interested in Lifelong learning, Ambitious to succeed in Information Technology Sector, Good communication skills both written and verbal. Learners should have some previous knowledge in using computers and familiarity with the internet and email. Previous Experience: N/A

COURSE CONTENT

Title Award Awarding Body
Mta – Windows Server Administration Fundamentals – Online Windows Server Administration Fundamentals (98-365) MICROSOFT
Mta – Html5 Application Development Fundamentals – Online HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals (98-375) MICROSOFT
Mta – Web Development Fundamentals – Online Web Development Fundamentals (98-363) MICROSOFT
Java Associate Developer Se7 – Online Java SE7 Programmer (1Z0-803) Oracle
New ECDL – Computer Essentials Computer Essentials v6 (ECDL6-01) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Online Essentials Online Essentials v6 (ECDL6-02) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Word Processing Word Processing v6 (ECDL6-03) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Online Collaboration Online Collaboration v6 (ECDL6-07) ICS SKILLS
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) ACA: Web Communication Using Dreamweaver CS6 (ACA-WCDWCS6) ADOBE
New ECDL Spreadsheets Spreadsheets v6 (ECDL6-04) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Using Databases Using Databases v6 (ECDL6-05) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Presentation Skills Presentation v6 (ECDL6-06) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Image Editing Image Editing v6 (ECDL6-08) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Web Editing Web Editing v6 (ECDL6-09) ICS SKILLS

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  • Course Length: 24 weeks-
  • Start date: 04/02/2019 Course runs regurly, please contact provider for next start date in the future.

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ECDL (V6) Course- Evening at Waterford Training Centre

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The aim of this programme is to provide learners with the skills and related knowledge in the basic functions of a personal computer and in a range of software applications.

Topics Covered in this Module: Computer Essentials, Online Essentials, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Using Databases, Presentation Software.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Education: Course participants must have completed the Introduction to Computers, Preparation for ECDL or an equivalent course which included basic computer skills.Good numerical and literacy skills are essential. Good written and verbal communications skills are desirable. Previous Experience: Have completed a pre ECDL course or have relevant PC experience.

COURSE CONTENT

Title Award Awarding Body
Induction (Evenings)
New ECDL – Computer Essentials Computer Essentials v6 (ECDL6-01) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Online Essentials Online Essentials v6 (ECDL6-02) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Word Processing Word Processing v6 (ECDL6-03) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL Spreadsheets Spreadsheets v6 (ECDL6-04) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Using Databases Using Databases v6 (ECDL6-05) ICS SKILLS
New ECDL – Presentation Skills Presentation v6 (ECDL6-06) ICS SKILLS

 

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  • Cost: COST:€360.00 ARE YOU EMPLOYED? If yes, you may qualify for up to 100% funding to attend one of our nights courses as part of the NEW Skills to Advance Employee Development Initiative. For further information and to check eligibility please contact sta@wwetb.ie
  • Course Length: 13 Weeks
  • Start date: 19/02/2019- Course runs regularly- Contact provider for next course dates.
  • Time: Evenings

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Equestrian Training Programme

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QQI level in Co. Wicklow. Three year full time practical & academic course. Eligibility applies. Course offered by Kildare and Wicklow Education and Trainign Board.

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  • Cost: Free if eligible
  • Course Length: 3 years
  • Start date: ongoing
  • Time: daytime

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B Sc. (Hns) in Creative Computing and Digital Innovation

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NEW Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Creative Computing and Digital Innovation 

CAO Entry: NFQ LEVEL 8
Course Code: CW048
Course Places: 20
Points NEW COURSE
Duration: 4 Years


What is this NEW course about?

This computing course is aimed at the creative application of software and emerging technology in order to reinvent, reimagine and innovate. It will achieve this by using design skills to determine how best to apply digital technology in business contract.

In years 1 and 2 students will be introduced to core computing subjects along with modules in design and business. In years 3 and 4  the course merges technical skills in high level web  and mobile application development, integrating social media applications, implementing cloud computing technologies with a focus on user interface design, informed by business skills in data analytics and entreprenurship.

The course is inspired by two exciting developments in computing, ‘Disruptive Innovation’ and ‘Digital Transformation.

Disruptive Innovation can create entirely new markets (eg. Bitcoin, Snapchat) or displace established business models (eg. Netflix, Spotify). Associated with this is Digital Transformation, where by companies are pushing boundaries by applying technology across  all areas of their existing business activity to enhance  and support traditional  models through the use of digital technology.
What will I be able to do when I finish the course? 

This course was designed in direct response to industry demand for high quality ICT graduates. The aim is to deliver creative computing technologists with design skills that are passionate about solving problems.Creative computing and digital innovaton has impacted across a wide range of industries from a manufacturing , financial services, healthcare, education and transport, even sports and agriculture are impacted through the use of GPS, IoT sensors and data analytics. Successful graduates will be able to creatively apply software technology to solve problems and operate at this dynamic nexus of computing and business in a range of roles from Web and Mobile developer, DevOps Engineer, Social Media Integration, UI Designer to Business Data Analyst and Digital Entrepreneur.

Upon gratuation at level 8, there are a number of MSc. level 9 awards that would be suitable for grauduates. For example, the MSc in Data Science or MSc in IT Management, both in Institute of Technology Carlow. Graduates may also wish to pursue doctoral level research with the gameCORE Reasearch Centre in Institute of Technology Carlow.

This course will suit those who have an active interest in the technology of today and tomorrow, but are also interested in how people and organisatons innovate and use digital technology without limits.

 

What subjects will I study?

Year 1 Year 2
Mandatory Subjects  Mandatory Subjects
·         Programming

·         Operating Systems

·         Mathematics

·         Networking

·         Design Thinking for Digital Technology

·         Applications and Interpersonal Communications

·         Web Prgramming and Databases

·         Secure Systems Administartion

·         Mathematics

·         Networking II

·         Business Managment

·         Project (Digital Transformation)

 

Year 3 Year 3
Mandatory Subjects              Elective Subjects
·         Web and Cloud Application Development

·         Cloud Intrastructure Management

·         eBusiness / iBusiness

·         UI Design

·         Entrepreneurship

·         Work Placement

·         Project (Web and Cloud)

 

 

Year 4

·         Mobile, Social and IoT Computing

·         Agile Development and Operations

·         Business Data Analystics

·         Strategic Mangement

·         Project (Digital Innovation/Emerging Technology)

 

 

 

Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate:

  • 2H5 & 4O6/H7

Subjects required:

  • English or Irish O6/H7
  • Mathematics O6/H7

Special Features of This Programme

  • Practical focus across all modules
  • Collaborative approach – team work, group work & project work
  • Dedicated innovation studie for 4th year students, providing real-world working environment with industry links
  • Work placements are incorporated in to year 3 with links in leading national and international companies
  • Exit Awards: Higher Certificate in Computing (NFQ Level 6) after year 2 and BSc in Creative Computing and Digital Innovation (NFQ Level 7) after year 3.

Contact Us

Programme Directors

Lorraine Galvin
BSc (Hons), MSc, PG Cert
E: lorraine.galvin@itcarlow.ie

Michael Gleeson

BSc (Hons), MSc, PG Dip
E: michael.gleeson@itcarlow.ie

International Student Enquiries

 

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Course Information

  • Cost: 3000 approx
  • Course Length: 4 yrs
  • Start date: Sept to May
  • Time: Daytime

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RESTAURANT OPERATIONS & BAR SKILLS- QQI Level 5- WCFE

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This programme will provide thelearner with the opportunity to work in the Catering and Bar Service  industry. The course will be structured to explore restaurant and bar skills, including operating procedures and detailed product knowledge. The course will also provide the learner with experience, knowledge and best practice in relation to hospitality, teamwork and customer care within the industry.

COURSE CONTENT

●Restaurant Skills 5N2080
●Beverage Service 5N2019
●Restaurant Hospitality 5N2082
●Licensed Trade Laws 5N0633
●Personal Effectiveness 5N1390
●Work Practice 5N1433
●Customer Service 5N0972
●Bar Control and Sales 5N0692
●Word Processing 5N1358

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
●Leaving Certificate/Leaving Certificate Applied or equivalent.
●Successful completion of interview.
●Application from mature students will be considered.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE: Work experience placement is an integral part of this course. It will consist of two block placements (to be specified by the college) and/or day release.
DURATION: One year
CERTIFICATION: QQI Level 5 – Restaurant Operations 5M2089

Application Fee: An application fee of €20 will apply. Apply online HERE.

COSTS

• There are no tuition fees payable to the College by EU Nationals. However, students should budget for the cost of examinations, textbooks and materials. Non-EU Nationals who do not meet the exemption requirements are liable for the full tuition fee of €3,653 as per instructions of the Department of Education and Skills.

• Department of Education and Skills Contribution Fee is €200 payable on registration.

• College registration fee of €220, payable on registration. This consists of a a non-refundable Fee of €50, and a fee of €170 which is non-refundable once a student commences a course.

• Additional course fees may apply – see relevant course descriptor page.

• Some exemptions are available on above costs – see website: www.wcfe.ie.

QQI Examination Fee of €50 is payable on registration.

 

 

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  • Cost: There will be a cost of €200 for equipment and materials.
  • Course Length: One Year
  • Start date: September Annually

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YOUTHWORK- Health & Welfare- QQI Level 5 – WCFE

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will be of interest and benefit to those who have an interest in the care, future well-being and support of young people. The course is a springboard to
higher education courses in Community Education, Psychology, Applied Psychology, Social Studies and Counselling, and Addiction Studies.

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

●Leaving Certificate/Leaving Certificate Applied or equivalent.
●Successful completion of Interview.
●Applications from mature students will be considered.
●Applicants will be required to undertake Garda Vetting.
●Written References.

WORK EXPERIENCE
Work experience placement in a related vocational area is an integral part of this course. Students must obtain one day per week work experience for the academic year. These will also be one week of block placement in the first and second terms.

CERTIFICATION: QQI Level 5 – Health and Welfare (5M4732)

COURSE CONTENT

●Understanding Youth Work
●Working with Young People
●Young People and Society
●Teamwork
●Work Experience
●Human Growth and
Development
●Substance Use Issues for Youthwork
●Peer Education

CAREER PROSPECTS

●Residential Childcare
●Youth Service
●Community Child Protection
●Family Support
●Prison System
●Disability Care
●Community Development

 

Application Fee: An application fee of €20 will apply. Apply online HERE.

COSTS

• There are no tuition fees payable to the College by EU Nationals. However, students should budget for the cost of examinations, textbooks and materials. Non-EU Nationals who do not meet the exemption requirements are liable for the full tuition fee of €3,653 as per instructions of the Department of Education and Skills.

• Department of Education and Skills Contribution Fee is €200 payable on registration.

• College registration fee of €220, payable on registration. This consists of a a non-refundable Fee of €50, and a fee of €170 which is non-refundable once a student commences a course.

• Additional course fees may apply – see relevant course descriptor page.

• Some exemptions are available on above costs – see website: www.wcfe.ie.

QQI Examination Fee of €50 is payable on registration.

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Advanced Certificate in Social Care- QQI Level 6- WCFE

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Advanced Social Care

Professional Social Care Workers support some of society’s most vulnerable people from youth to the ageing population. This one year professional qualification had been developed for people who wish to pursue a career in the caring services. Upon completion, students may seek direct employment or progress to further college studies.

1 year full time QQI level 6

Programme Content:

●Person-Centred Planning
●Rehabilitation Practice
●Health Promotion
●Disability Awareness
●Team Leadership
●Work Experience
●Mental Health Awareness
●Occupational First Aid
●Work Practice
●Patient & Manual Handling
●MAPA© Management of Actual and Potential Aggression

Certification: Award: QQI level 6 6M2218

 

GARDA VETTING
Students will be required to undergo Garda vetting procedures. Garda vetting forms will be distributed as part of the registration
process.

Career Opportunities:

On completion of this programme, you will have developed the skills, competencies and confidence to work with marginalised and vulnerable members of society.

Progression Routes:

BSc in Social Science – UCC (30 reserved QQI places)

BSc in Health Promotion – WIT ( 2 reserved CNN places)

BA in Youth & Community Work – UCC (5 reserved QQI places)

BA in Applied Social Studies – WIT (5 reserved CNN places)

 

Application Fee

An application fee of €20 will apply,

Costs

• There are no tuition fees payable to the College by EU Nationals. However, students should budget for the cost of examinations, textbooks and materials. Non-EU Nationals who do not meet the exemption requirements are liable for the full tuition fee of €3,653 as per instructions of the Department of Education and Skills.

• Department of Education and Skills Contribution Fee is €200 payable on registration.

• College registration fee of €220, payable on registration. This consists of a a non-refundable Fee of €50, and a fee of €170 which is non-refundable once a student commences a course.

• Additional course fees may apply – see relevant course descriptor page.

• Some exemptions are available on above costs – see website: www.wcfe.ie.

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  • Cost: If eligible, there are no college tuition fees. However, costs may be anticipated for: ●Occupational first aid (approx. €90) ●MAPA© (approx. €25) ●Text books (approx. €150) ●Hepatitis B injections (via GP or Medical Centre) ●Patient and Manual Handling (€45)
  • Course Length: one year
  • Start date: September each year

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