Any final year students interested in the new course at UCD in Sustainability DN240 are welcome to attend the Open Day on 15 February 2020. Places are limited and registration is now open at https://www.myucd.ie/visiting-ucd/events/ucd-science-bafs-computer-science/ This event will include an introduction to the first year modules on offer in Sustainability DN240 and a sample lecture as well as a Q&A forum
Social Media Influencer
A Social Media Influencer is a user of social media who has established credibility in a specific industry. They have access to a large audience and can persuade others by virtue of their authenticity.
On this course you will learn the fundamentals of influencer marketing through Instagram and Youtube platforms. The course will focus on content creation, attracting followers, building a base, sponsorship, creating short videos and developing a Youtube channel.
This one year Building Construction course is designed to provide learners with the opportunity to develop essential knowledge and practical skills to work in the rapidly growing construction and renewable energy industries. The course prepares the learners to further their studies at degree level or direct employment in a wide range of construction or renewable energy related job.
Occupational Therapy Assistant
The Occupational Therapy Assistant (Health Service Skills) course is designed to equip the learner with the opportunity of obtaining a Major QQI Level 5 Award in Health Service Skills 5M3782. This course aims to equip the learner with the necessary skills required to progress on to potential employment as an Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) or as a Health Care Assistant.
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Dates for your Diary
18,19, 20, 22 + 29 February
Location: IADT, Kill Avenue,
Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
We have developed a new Level 8 BSc degree course in Physics with Data Science (CAO code TU 880) which will run from September 2020. The course is designed to address the acute need for graduates in Ireland’s Data Science industry which currently employs >60,000 people and is growing apace. A significant proportion of practitioners in the industry come from Physics backgrounds as well as Mathematics, Computing and Engineering.
We are hosting a webinar to publicise the course, give some details on its content, and provide some experiences from practising Physicists in Data Science, including senior representatives from the Irish banking and transport industries, all of whom are graduates of TU Dublin.
The webinar will take place on: Wednesday 15th January at 7pm.
Please see below an EventBrite link which you can use to register for the webinar.
International Financial Services.
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