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Pre -Third Level Arts- QQI Level 5- WCFE

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

A full-time course that will be of interest to any student considering a degree in Arts in any third level institution. Pre Third Level Arts offers a wide-range of subjects across the humanities, and also features classes in important skills like Research, and gives students an opportunity to explore their interests in variety of academic areas. The course is a springboard to Arts programmes in ITs and Universities, or to more vocational routes like the Gardai or Community Arts.

COURSE CONTENT

●Criminology
●Psychology
●English
●Philosophy
●Community Arts Practice
●Research and Study Skills
●Communications
●Work Experience

PROGRESSION

The full QQI Level 5 certificate facilitates entry, on a competitive basis, to a range of third level institutions nationwide. The following courses would be of particular interest to graduates of Pre Third Level Arts:
● Bachelor of Arts (Hons) at WIT and DIT.
● Bachelor of Arts (Hons) at NUI Maynooth and NUI Galway.
● Bachelor of Arts at University College Galway and University of Limerick.
● Bachelor of Arts at University of Limerick with Mary Immaculate College.
● Bachelor of Arts in Applied Policing and Criminal Justice at University of Limerick.
● Bachelor of Arts (Child, Youth and Family: Policy and Practice) NUI Galway.

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Course Information

  • Course Length: One year
  • Start date: September annually

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ADVANCED SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTANT- QQI Level 6- WCFE-

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Description

The purpose of this award is to enable the learner to acquire the knowledge skill and competence, to design, promote and implement best practice in inclusive education in a range of contexts and settings and or to progress to higher education and training.

Course Content

●Disability Awareness
●Differentiated Learning Instruction
●Inclusive Education Practice
●Work Experience
●Communications
●Mental Health Awareness
●Learning Difficulty

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

●Level 5 Childcare (5M2009) or Intellectual Disability Practice (5M1761)
●Social Care.
●Healthcare Support.
●Successful completion of Interview.
●Applications from mature students will be considered.
●Applicants will be required to undertake Garda vetting. International students must also provide Police vetting from the country/countries where they have previously lived.
●Written References.

Apply on line at www.wcfe.ie 

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Course Information

  • Cost: There are no college tuition fees. However, costs may be anticipated for: ●●Occupational first aid (approx. €90) ●●NVCIT (approx. €25) ●●Text books (approx. €100) ●●Hepatitis B injections (via GP or Medical Centre) ●●Patient and Manual Handling (€50)
  • Course Length: One Year
  • Start date: September annually

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TEAM LEADERSHIP – 6N1948 – (Evenings)

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TEAM LEADERSHIP – 6N1948 – (Evenings)

he purpose of this programme is to equip the learner with the relevant knowledge, skill and competence to work as an effective leader and member of a team, independently and or in a supervisory capacity.

Course Content:

Title Award Awarding Body
Team Leadership – 6N1948 Team Leadership (6N1948) QQI

Learning Outcomes:
On completion of the Training Programme, learners will be able to:

1- Research the elements and stages of team development, to include different kinds of teams, a multi-team environment, the characteristics of an effective team and the need for different roles for individuals.

2- Evaluate the concepts of leadership and management, different leadership and management styles and the principal theories that underpin these, to include leadership in different contexts and environments such as mentoring, coaching, project management, the learning organisation and the debate over leadership versus management.

3- Distinguish between organisational strategy, objectives and goals and participate in organisational planning and in teamwork planning, to include setting specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound (SMART) objectives, ongoing monitoring of progress, and evaluation.

4- Evaluate a range of current motivation theories and practical strategies to enhance motivation in teams.

5- Implement team leadership to include team building, supporting team members at different stages of team development, motivation strategies, interpersonal communications, time and meeting management and use of inter- and intra-team reporting structures.

6- Negotiate a plan or project with team members, to include effective delegation of tasks and responsibilities and lead progress on a work plan, to include taking corrective action to ensure successful completion of the plan, ongoing monitoring of progress, and evaluation.

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Course Information

  • Course Length: 10 Weeks
  • Start date: 26/03/2019

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Start Your Own Business (evening)

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Start Your Own Business (evening)

he 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.

Course Content:

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

Learning Outcomes:
On completion of this programme, learners will be able to:

1- Explore the legal requirements and regulations pertaining to starting a variety of business structures

2- Analyse the personal, functional and business factors that contribute to business success

3- Research the relevant sources of business start-up information and support available to entrepreneurs

4- Examine the market for new product or service niches

5- Assess the potential strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the business

6-Explain the role and function of a realistic and coherent business plan

7-Examine the importance of complete and correct business documentation to include budgets, cashflow and financial statements

8-Apply for the legal, financial and government agency and other support required by the business

9-Conduct opportunity, feasibility and market research studies

10-Design a product or service to be provided by the business

11-Analyse revenue, costs, quality and customer service elements of the new business

12-Analyse the internal and external business environment pertaining to a new business start up

13-Create appropriate funding, marketing, finance, technology and staffing strategies for the business

14-Construct a business plan

15-Organise independent or third party review of the business plan

16-Analyse the business and business plan post the external review, recognising strengths and making improvements

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Course Information

  • Course Length: 10 weeks
  • Start date: 05/03/2019

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Project Management (evenings) – QQI Level 6

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Project Management (evenings) – QQI Level 6

The aim of the programme is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in the theory, principles and practice of project management to enable the learner to take responsibility for the planning, implementation and review of a project, working independently and or supervising the work of others.

Course Content:

Title Award Awarding Body
Induction (Evenings)
Project Management Project Management (6N4090) QQI

Induction
On completion of the Training Module learners will be able to: 

1-State the aim and the planned outcome of the training programme learners are attending, the certification that is available and get to know fellow learners

2-State the role and functions of WWETB/WWTS

3-State the principal learner welfare provision

4-Conform to the rules and regulations of the training location

5-Observer safe practices in the workplace, maintain a high standard of personal hygiene; lift and handle loads safely

6-Identify different learning styles, how learners learn, and how learners can expand their range of learning skills

7-State the basic principles involved in major environmental issues and
outline how the workplace interacts with and relates to the environment. Familiarisation of all relevant policies and procedures within host company.

Project Management 
On completion of the Training Module learners will be able to:
1-Examine the key principles and concepts underpinning project management theory and practice

2-Investigate a range of approaches to project management to include specific tools and techniques used to plan, cost and manage a project

3-Communicate project management planning operations using a variety of information channels

4-Examine monitoring and evaluation techniques for a project

5-Apply appropriate controls and evaluation techniques to achieve project aims and objectives

6-Formulate a project management proposal by establishing rationale based on valid needs analysis

7-Devise a risk analysis for a project to include the preparation of a contingency plan

8-Evaluate the methodology and process of a selected project

9-Utilise financial planning and budget models within the context of managing a project

10-Manage a project taking corrective action where necessary to meet agreed goals.

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Course Information

  • Course Length: 5 weeks
  • Start date: 04/03/2019

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Safepass – Evenings

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Safepass – Evenings

o provide the trainees with the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will enable them to work on construction sites without being a danger to themselves or others.
Topics Covered in this Module: Health and Safety at Work regulations, accident reporting and emergency procedures, accident prevention, health & hygiene, techniques for lifting & carrying, working safely at heights, underground services and overhead electric cables, using hand-held equipment, personal protective equipment, vehicles & mobile plant and excavations & confined spaces

 

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  • Course Length: 1 full day
  • Start date: 28/02/2019

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First Aid Responder PHECC (Evenings)

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First Aid Responder PHECC (Evenings)

To provide learners with the knowledge and skills to be a First Aid Responder

Course Content:

Title Award Awarding Body
Induction (Evenings)
First Aid Responder (PHECC) First Aid Response (FAR) PHECC

Learning Outcomes:
On completion of this programme learners will be able to:

INDUCTION TO COURSE

1-Outline the Training Centre rules and regulations and the aim and planned outcome of the training course

FIRST AID RESPONDER (PHECC)

1-deal with life threatening or potentially life threatening conditions until arrival of emergency medical services.

2- provide First Aid Response for conditions not thought to be life-threatening but are necessary to prevent further harm before the emergency medical services arrive.

3- provide pre-hospital First Aid Response in a wide range of environments including home and recreational settings.

4- display the requisite personal skills including composure, competence and self-confidence while understanding their limitations.

5- deal with life threatening or potentially life-threatening conditions in the pre-hospital environment until arrival of emergency medical services.

6- provide First Aid Response for conditions not thought to be life-threatening but are necessary to prevent further harm before the emergency medical services arrive.

7- provide pre-hospital First Aid Response in a wide range of environments including home and recreational settings.

8- display the requisite personal skills including composure, competence and self-confidence while understanding their limitations.

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  • Course Length: 4 weeks
  • Start date: 19/02/2019

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Training Needs Identification and Design QQI Level 6 (Evenings)

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Training Needs Identification and Design QQI Level 6

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to identify training and development needs at an organisation and or individual level, to devise a training plan and to explore the scope of training and development design to meet those needs.

The total learner effort for this course is 150 hours. Learners will be expected to complete 90 hours of the learning in their own time (self directed learning).

Course Content:

Title Award Awarding Body
Induction To Course
Training Needs Identification And Design – 6N3325 Training Needs Identification & Design (6N3325) QQI

Learning Outcomes:
Identify training and development needs at an organisation and or individual level, to devise a training plan and to explore the scope of training and development design to meet those needs.

 

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  • Course Length: 10 Weeks
  • Start date: 19/02/2019

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Customer Service (evening) QQI Level 5

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Customer Service (evening) – QQI Level 5 

On completion of the training programme learners will be able to provide effective customer
service within a range of environments

Course Content;

Title Award Awarding Body
Customer Service (5N0972) Customer Service (5N0972) QQI
Induction (Evenings)

Learning Outcomes: 
On successful completion of the training programme, learners will be able to:

1- Examine the principles of customer service within a range of environments

2- Identify the key features of good customer service, to include distinguishing between different kinds of customers, making a good first impression, meeting customer needs, catering for diversity and disability, understanding and responding to customer perceptions

3- Explain the standards or rating system by which customer service is developed and measured in an industry-specific area

4- Identify, for a vocationally-specific area, key elements of consumer legislation and the functions of associated regulatory organisations providing customer protection, representation and redress

5- Explain how customer service enhances organisational effectiveness and success, to include practical examples of organisations with good customer care

6- Describe how customer perceptions can be influenced, to include elements such as the physical environment, printed materials, the personal presentation and conduct of a customer contact person

7- Apply the personal skills, qualities and attitudes required to perform effectively when dealing with customers, to include active listening skills, positive body language and observation of customer behaviour

8- Use appropriate communication technologies to include, telephone, audio visual, conferencing, email and other interactive media in a range of customer service situations

9- Use written and verbal skills to include appropriate style, language and tone

10-Handle a range of correspondence and records providing a service to the customer, to include orders, invoices, payments, and correspondence made both in writing and electronically

11- Respond to customer complaints and compliments in accordance with organisational policy

12- Handle a range of challenging situations, to include late and unexpected arrivals, customer errors, difficult customers, changing environments

13- Demonstrate team or group work in providing customer care, to include allocation of roles and responsibilities, good communication and feedback, awareness of personal strengths and weaknesses when dealing with customers.

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Course Information

  • Course Length: 8 weeks
  • Start date: 19/02/2019

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ECDL VERSION 6 – Evenings

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ECDL VERSION 6 – Evenings

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.
  • Aptitude: 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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Course Information

  • Course Length: 13 weeks
  • Start date: 12/02/2018

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