Are you looking for an exciting start to your career?
Why not apply for Atlantic Aviation’s prestigious Aircraft Maintenance Engineer apprenticeship.
Completion of this apprenticeship leads to obtaining an Aircraft Maintenance License and the opportunity to work in an exciting growth industry.
This programme has produced award winning apprentices at national and world levels.Click here for more information …
Applicants will need a valid email address as this will be the primary method of communication;
An initial screening process will take place focusing on the applicants grammar, academic qualifications, hobbies and work experience;
Candidates who pass the initial screening stage of the Recruitment process will be required to attend testing/interviews during the months of July and August. There may not be alternative dates available, please bear this in mind when applying;
They will need to upload your CV and an official copy of your Junior/Leaving Certificate results;
Their CV should contain the following information:
? Names, addresses and dates of schools attended,
? Previous work history (paid or voluntary),
? Any hobbies, involvement in clubs/organisations etc.,
? Names and contact details of at least 2 referees.
Interested candidates can apply via our website: http://dublinaerospace.com/careers/
The BComm Convention will take place on Friday 28th April from 9am-3pm in UCC. Students will get information on the BComm programme, hear from successful graduates across a number of sectors and will have the opportunity to play a business simulation game – prizes available. Lunch is also included.To book a place email Anne Wallace (email@example.com ) with your name, email address, school name and year of study (senior cycle students only). Limited places are still available on a first come, first served basis.
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IT Sligo is expanding its range of honours degree courses this September with two newlandmark degree programmes in Humanities.
The Institute’s School of Business & Social Sciences is introducing two Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Humanities Joint Major degrees: one in English & Psychology, and the other in Sociology & Politics.
The new three-year degree programmes will have their first intake of students in the autumn and signal a new departure for the Institute.
The B.Eng (Hons) in Automation Engineering programme is a new and exciting programme launch for 2017. It is the only Level 8 Automation degree specialisation available in Dublin. The programme was launched in response to a growing demand from industry for engineers with a greater emphasis on automation, control, programming and integration with computer technology. Automation engineers with strong core mechanical engineering foundations are highly valued within the pharmaceutical, medical devices, food, mechanical and manufacturing sector as automation specialists.
Level 8 Level 8
B.Eng (Hons) in Automation Engineering
The Biomedical Design degree in IT Tallaght is an innovative new programme developed to address the needsof the emergent medical technology industry. Built upon an interdisciplinary approach across engineering and science the programme will equip graduates for diverse career paths working as part of a design team with medical professionals, in hospitals, in research centres or in the manufacture of exciting new medical devices in Ireland and internationally.
Healthcare and engineering professionals work collaboratively on projects to develop innovative new ways of improving our lives. Together, they design new hip implants, contact lenses, heart stents, surgical tools, incubators, spine braces and sports fitness monitoring devices to improve our lives. The Biomedical Engineering sector employs over 24,000 people in 160 companies in Ireland.
Students at IT Tallaght School of Engineering apply the design and problem solving skills studied as part of their Biomedical Design course to healthcare problems with the aim of improving the type of devices used in healthcare and also the treatments offered to patients.
This course integrates the study of anatomy and physiology with the traditional engineering subjects. Project work is carried out in conjunction with industry and surgeons from Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin, Tallaght Hospital, The Mater Hospital and Santry Sports Clinic.
Areas studied include Anatomy and Physiology, Biomechanics,Biomaterials
Interviews – Liberties College Of Further Education Liberties College is holding interviews for places next September on Wednesday 29th March.Apply on line at www.libertiescollege.ie.
Please note there are some places still available on our Trinity Access Programme for young adults, the entry criteria is the same as for HEAR and students who are eligible for HEAR will automatically be eligible to apply for this programme, which, on successful completion, leads to degree programmes in the Arts and Social Science Faculty in Trinity College. Students not HEAR eligible can apply for our Pre-University Arts programme which has excellent progression rates into Arts degrees in Maynooth, UCD and DCU.
If you have any queries about the above or any of our courses please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this year’s Agri Careers Fair there will be ample opportunity to learn about apprenticeships. Agricultural machinery companies like CLAAS will be ready and waiting to discuss details of their apprenticeship programmes at the fair while the Apprenticeship Services Stand will be a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about apprenticeships in Ireland.At the Apprenticeship Services Stand visitors to the fair can learn about two apprenticeships in particular that have an agri twist: agricultural mechanics and farriery.
When – Agri Careers 2017 will take place on Thursday 30th March 2017 in the RDS Main Hall, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
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What is… Geographic Science?
It is Geography brought to life! Another name for Geographic Science is Geomatics.
Locational (spatial) information must be collected, processed and managed to produce maps, construction drawings and models. The professional responsible for this is a Geomatics Surveyor. We model, analyse and manage information from many sources. This provides us with lots of exciting career opportunities at home and abroad. We use interesting cutting-edge technologies including satellites, drones, laser scanners, aerial cameras and advanced surveying and computing to collect and manage our data.
What are my… Career Opportunities?Go to the following link to view an animation on the careers available to a Geographic Science graduate – a geomatics professional: http://www.dit.ie/surveyingconstructionmanagement/
Graduates from the programme are highly sought after at home and abroad by private companies and government agencies. The BSc (Hons) degree is also accredited by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES) which are internationally recognised. Graduates can become professional members and chartered surveyors.
It's springtime and that means it's Spring Open Day time at Maynooth University!
Why not visit us between 10.30am and 3pm on Saturday April 1st to see all that studying here has to offer?
Click to register and for details of the free Open Day buses, our new sport scholarship seminar, degree talks, adult education workshops, free coffee and other fun and interesting events we are planning.