Free Career Guidance drop in, information session running in Dublin Public libraries
C.D.E.T.B. Young Adult Career Guidance service, Tel: 01 878 7495, are running Free Career Guidance drop in, information session running in Dublin Public libraries;
If you are 16-25, a parent/ guardian. or a key support worker of a Young Adult 16-25, Drop in and ask our Career Guidance Counsellors any questions you may have relating to Education, training, and Career development.
Cabra library, Dublin 7 Wednesday 24/04/19, 3.00-4.30pm Career Guidance Education drop in.
Ilac Library, Ilac Centre Dublin 1 Wednesday 01/05/19 3.00pm-4.30pm Career Guidance queries drop in.
Charleville library, North strand Dublin 1 Tuesday 07/05/19 3.00-4.30pm Career Guidance queries drop in.
Marino LIbrary 14/05/19, 3.30pm -4.30pm Career Guidance queries drop in
Contact: Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org/ Facebook: cdetbyoungadultcareerguidance/ Twitter: @youthdublin
The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (DT106) at TU Dublin is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in either planning the future of towns and cities or managing a sustainable environment for the future.The BSc is one of Ireland’s top professionally accredited programs, leading to a specialised, internationally recognised and highly employable degree in these two fields, which are directly engaged in combating climate change.
Because it is a combined programme, students have the flexibility to decide in second year whether to stream into one of two specialist areas, either Spatial Planning or Environmental Management.
The programme is delivered at TU Dublin Environment & Planning, which has some of Ireland’s leading experts in these fields.
The programme is engaged and active-learning based. Students get involved in fieldwork, studio-work, group projects and meeting with agencies, communities and other stakeholders in their many studies.
It is based at TU Dublin Bolton Street Campus, exactly halfway between the new TU Dublin sustainable campus at Grangegorman and the city centre, both within 10 minutes walking distance.
Learn more about the DT106 programme in this short presentation. Check out day-to-day life at TU Dublin Environment & Planning on Facebook and Twitter. Or check out our website at: www.dit.ie/environmentandplanning
If you dream of being an archaeologist, would like to work as a tour-guide, or have always been interested in local history; then check out our one-year QQI Level FiveAccredited Course in Archaeology & Heritage.Learners will be introduced to key areas of Irish Archaeology, Folklore, Local History and Heritage studies, enabling them to pursue employment opportunities in the tourist industry. Others may wish to continue onto Higher Education in colleges such as Maynooth.
There will be several field trips to places of archaeological, historical and cultural interest including museums, ancient sites and areas of archaeological interest.
For more information log onto pearsecollege.ie, or email email@example.com
160 jobs are to be created though a National Accountancy Apprenticeship Programme which allows applicants to earn while they learn.
The Accounting Technician Apprenticeship is a funded, work-based learning programme where locally-placed apprentices will earn at least €19,000 a year.
Applications for the apprenticeships, which will be based in Dublin, Wicklow, Cork, Waterford, Limerick, Galway and Monaghan, open this week.
Leaving Cert students and mature learners can apply for the programme through Accounting Technicians Ireland.
For more details of the apprenticeships see accountingtechnicianapprenticeship.ie
Nutrition, Health and Wellbeing
This one-year course will aim to prepare participants for work with people in healthcare settings, hospitals, respite care facilities, social care, community development or residential setting where nutritional, general health or mental health support is required.
This one-year course,similar to our other arts programme,aims to prepare participants for entrance into Arts programmes in Irish universities and colleges but also lay foundations for those who want to pursue a career as either a primary or secondary teacher.
Pre-University Business Law
This one-year course will aim to prepare participants for entrance into law and arts programmes in Irish universities and colleges.
This one-year course is an ideal entry level qualification for all aspects of the growing online marketing sector in Ireland.
This one-year course will aim to offer participants an introduction to the world of graphic design which is one of the fastest growing areas in the industry.
Media and Film Production
This course offers learners the opportunity to develop knowledge and essential skills in the various fields of Media Production.
This two year Radio Course covers everything about radio from how to hold a microphone to how set up a Radio Station. You will learn about music radio programming, presenting, features, news and documentaries.
Initially you will be working on the internal college Radio station. Later you will be involved in applying for a licence and setting up an FM Radio station broadcasting in the Dublin area. Working on dedicated internet radio stations and producing individual podcasts is also an exciting and integral part of the programme.
The course is closely linked with the radio industry with industry guest lecturers throughout the year and excellent work experience placements in radio stations. Graduates from this course have a strong track record of success in media industry working in all the major radio stations both on air and in production. The Radio industry generally regards BCFE as the leading college to study radio.
Flyers are on the guidance noticeboard. Please take one if you're interested.
More information here.
Portobollo Institute has a number of courses outside the CAO that students may be interested in.
One of these is the B.Sc (hons) Physical Education and Sports Science.
I emailed the Institute to get further information. Here is the reply:
In order to attain Teacher Council Registration on completion of our 3 year BSc Honours Degrees graduates will need to complete a Professional Masters in Education or a Professional Post-Graduate Certificate in Education. In Ireland, the PME or PGCE for PE is offered as a 2 year programme in UL and for Home Economics the PME is offered via St. Angela’s college Sligo (via NUIG).
These are all 2-year, level 6 programmes, leading to the award of a Higher Certificate.
On successful completion of these programmes graduates will be eligible to progress directly into year 2 of the associated degree programme in Coventry University UK.
These are the matriculation requirements for Leaving Cert. Candidates
LY826 Higher Certificate in Science in Health Science with Physiotherapy Studies
5 subjects at O6/H7 to include
LY836 Higher Certificate in Science in Health Science with Physiotherapy Studies
5 subjects at O6/H7 to include
LY846 Higher Certificate in Science in Health Science with Dietetics Studies
5 subjects at O6/H7 to include