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Foundation for Further Education

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This course is for these interested in exploring their options in further education, future career or personal development. Specially designed for those who want to plan for the future and…

  • Left school before Leaving Certificate (or have LCA)
  • Haven’t done any writing for a long time
  • Need to update computer skills
  • Want to explore options, interests, abilities etc. for progression to further education & training

 

Duration: September 2021 to June 2022

One day per week (Monday) 10.00 – 12.30 & 1.30 – 4.00

 

The programme will include:

Computer Skills, Communications, Study Skills, Career Planning & taster sessions in any areas of interest to the group with QQI certification

 

Progression: Your personal progression plan will be developed during the course. Options include: full or part time further education / training or job opportunities.

 

 

 

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Course Information

  • Start date: September 2021

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education

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BTEI courses are part-time and learners are required to organise their work experience outside of class time. Ideally you should have at least one day’s work per week throughout the programme.

Garda vetting is a mandatory requirement.

First term (September – December) will include Computer Skills & Study Skills in preparation for Level 5. You will need a sufficient level of English to join this course.

Duration: September 2021 to June 2023

One day per week 10.00 – 1.00 & 1.30 – 4.30

A minimum of eight Level 5 components are required to achieve the Major Award. This must include the six mandatory components and at least two electives.

Mandatory:   
Child Development 5N1764 Work Experience 5N1356
Child Health & Well Being 5N1765 Early Care & Education Practice  5N1770
Communications 5N0690 Early Childhood Education & Play  5N1773
Elective: 
Equality & Diversity in Childcare 5N1775
Children with Additional Needs  5N2396
Special Needs Assisting 5N1786

 

 

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Course Information

  • Start date: September 2021

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Introduction to Horticulture

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This is a general horticulture course for those interested in gardening. You will need a reasonable level of fitness and an interest in working outdoors.  Basic computer skills and a sufficient level of English are also required to join this course.

Duration: Two years

Tuesday & Wednesday   9.30 – 2.30

Modules include:

  • Plant identification, care and maintenance
  • Safe horticultural practice
  • Horticultural science
  • Growing fruit
  • Growing vegetables
  • Establishing trees and shrubs
  • Landscape construction & maintenance

For those wishing to complete the Major Award, we can also offer Communications and Work Experience components.

Assessment is continuous during the programme and includes skill demonstration, collection of work, theory/practical exams.

 

Progression:

Horticulture Level 5 or employment/self-employment opportunities in garden centres, ground maintenance etc.

 

 

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Course Information

  • Start date: September 2021

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Certificate in Healthcare Support

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BTEI courses are part-time and learners are required to organise their work experience outside of class time. Ideally you should have at least one day’s work per week throughout the programme.

Garda vetting is a mandatory requirement.

First term (September – December) will include Computer Skills & Study Skills in preparation for Level 5. You will need a sufficient level of English to join this course.

Duration: September 2021 to June 2023

One day per week 10.00 – 1.00 & 1.30 – 4.30  (Tuesday)

A minimum of eight Level 5 components are required to achieve the Major Award. This must include the five mandatory components and at least three electives.

Mandatory: Elective:
Care Skills 5N2770 Palliative Care Support 5N3769
Care Support 5N0758 Care of the Older Person 5N2706
Work Experience 5N1356 Infection Prevention & Control 5N3734
Safety & Health 5N1794 Understanding Mental Health 5N3772
Communications 5N0690 Intellectual Disability Studies 5N1652

 

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Course Information

  • Start date: September 2021

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Certificate in Applied Social Studies

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BTEI courses are part-time and learners are required to organise their work experience outside of class time. Ideally you should have at least one day’s work per week throughout the programme.

Garda vetting is a mandatory requirement.

First term (September – December) will include Computer Skills & Study Skills in preparation for Level 5. You will need a sufficient level of English to join this course.

Duration: September 2021 to June 2023

One day per week 10.00 – 1.00 & 1.30 – 4.30  (Tuesday)

 

A minimum of eight Level 5 components are required to achieve the Major Award. This must include the six mandatory components and at least two electives.

 

Mandatory: Elective:
Intercultural Studies  5N0765 Human Growth & Development  5N1279
Psychology 5N0754 Substance use Issues in Youthwork 5N2176
Social Studies  5N1370 Research & Study Skills 5N3113
Conflict Resolution  5N0692
Work Experience  5N1356

 

 

 

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Course Information

  • Start date: September 2021

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Office Skills

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This is a general skills course for those interested in working in an office environment. You will need basic computer skills and a sufficient level of English to join this course.

Duration: September 2021 – June 2022

One day per week (Monday) 9.30 -12.30 & 1.00 – 4.00

Modules include:

• Communications

• Business English

• Business Calculations

• Computer Applications

• Data Entry

Assessment is continuous and may include: skill demonstration, collection of work, theory/practical exams Progression: Further modules, including work experience, will be offered in the following academic year to complete the Major Award at Level 4.

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  • Start date: September

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Introduction to Catering

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This QQI level 4 course is specifically for those wishing to progress to professional training in the catering sector. You will need basic computer skills and a sufficient level of English to join this course.

Modules include:

  • Kitchen Skills 4N1150
  • Food & Nutrition 4N2830
  • Menu Planning 4N0627
  • Short Order Cooking 4N1151
  • Pastry, Baking & Desserts 5N2084

Duration: September 2020 – June 2021

One day per week (Wednesday) 9.30 -12.30 & 1.00 – 4.00

Assessment is continuous and may include: Skill demonstration, collection of work, theory/practical exams

Progression: A visit to WIT School of Hospitality is planned where you will receive information on the range of professional courses available.

Job opportunities may be available, for example, in Cafes, Delis, and Canteens

Adult Education Guidance will be provided as required.

 

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  • Start date: Sep 2021

Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.

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Supervisory Management- Certificate Level 6

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Certificate in Supervisory Management

Description 

This programme has been specifically developed to address a communicated skill shortage within  bio-pharma/medical devices sector in the South East of Ireland for Supervisory Management   development. The primary aim of the Certificate is to produce high calibre individuals, distinct in their abilities, understanding, skills and knowledge associated with a supervisory role in an organisation.

Delivery

12 week programme run over one semester, this part-time course is delivered using blended learning (online and block release)

Qualification

Certificate in Supervisory Management (20 credits, Level 6)

Further Information

Course Leader: Dr. Patrick Lynch /  Prof. Denis Harrington/ Ms. Margo O’Dowd/graduatebusiness@wit.ie

 

See link HERE or further details.

 

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  • Cost: €1,650
  • Course Length: 12 weeks
  • Start date: See link above

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Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching in Further Education – Part time

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Description 

The Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching in Further Education is a professional teaching qualification and is accredited by the Teaching Council of Ireland.  The programme is designed to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and competencies required to teach in a variety of settings in the Further Education sector. No prior experience of teaching is required.

Graduates of the programme are entitled to register with the Teaching Council of Ireland as Further Education teachers, provided they meet the criteria set down in Regulation 5, Teaching Council (Registration) Regulations 2009.

Delivery

This  part time programme is run over three semesters.  Students are usually required to attend WIT for two full days per week during the academic semesters as well as to complete the required Practice Placement hours in their placement setting. 

Qualification

Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching in Further Education –NFQ Level 9 

Applications:

Applications for the programme are made online via the Postgraduate Applications Centre (www.pac.ie).  The course code for the part time programme is WD569.
See brochure here
See link here for further details.

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  • Cost: Fees for the part time programme are €7500, payable in three instalments of €2500 (one at the beginning of each semester).
  • Course Length: 18 months
  • Start date: September

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Logistics and Distribution

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Logistics and Distribution

Logistics management is part of the supply chain management, that plans, implements and controls the efficient and effective flow and storage of goods and services between the point of origin and point of consumption in order to meet customer requirements. This programme aims to develop skills and prepare students for employment in logistics.

Programmme Content 

  • Purchasing
  • Inventory Control
  • Spreadsheets
  • Work Experience
  • Warehousing
  • Communications
  • Freight Forwarding
  • Health & Safety at Work

Duration: 1 year

Award: QQI Level 5

Progression Opportunities 

Logistics and Supply Chain Management (TU Dublin reserved 5 QQI places)

Bachelor of Buisness (WIT Reserve 5 DC places)

BSc in Retail Management (WIT reserve 5 DC places)

 

 

 

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Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate. It is essential readers should check with the appropriate organisation for the latest information. Co. Waterford/Wexford AEGS accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on this website or for any actions arising from its use.