Automotive Technology and Management CourseMotor vehicle technology and the motor industry in general have undergone dramatic changes in recent times. Technological advances have made vehicles more efficient, more environmentally friendly, and safer, whilst at the same time strict standards are being enforced by manufacturers, distributors and retailers.
The motor and transport industries require highly qualified people at supervisory and management level. This course is designed to take account of these advances and it prepares graduates for employment within such a dynamic industry.
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A portfolio workshop for CAO applicants to the B.Sc. in Digital Animation Production and Game Art & Design will take place on Saturday 19th November 2016 at LIT Clonmel. This workshop will cover a range of topics and include a presentation on careers in Animation and Game Art & Design. Pre booking is required to attend this event and places are limited.More details at www.lit.ie/portfolio
College Awareness Week 21 -27 of November aims to celebrate the benefits of going to college, to support students to become ‘college ready’ and to showcase local role models. For details see: http://www.collegeaware.ie/
I work as a Disability Officer in Trinity College Dublin and I am organising a one hour information session during College Awareness Week on Thursday 24th of November for 5th and 6th year post primary students with disabilities in the Leixlip, Maynooth, Celbridge and Lucan area (and their parents). The focus of the session will be the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) and specific changes for 2017 applicants. For details see: http://www.collegeaware.ie/events/dare-2017-information-applicants
This event will take place in Confey Community College in Leixlip Co. Kildare. A room in the School is booked from 7.00pm to 8.00pm on Thursday November 24th. This is a free event and no booking is necessary. Just show up on the night and room details will be posted at the entrance.
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UCD Undergraduate Open Day 2016 – On Saturday 5th November 2016 from 10am to 4pm UCD will again host our Open Day for prospective undergraduate students.
This year we are hosting the event in seven locations, the central exhibition area in UCD O’Reilly Hall and programme and general interest talks in UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business, UCD Sutherland School of Law, UCD Newman Building, UCD O’Brien Centre for Science, UCD International Global Lounge and UCD Health Sciences Centre. Each prospective student will have the opportunity to structure their own day by self-selecting which talks, mini-seminars, and exhibitions they choose to visit.
The Main Venue – The UCD O’Reilly Hall will host the central exhibition and information stands for schools, degree programmes and support services. In the Conservatory in O’Reilly Hall, we will have a Parents’ & Alumni Haven where Parents, Alumni & Prospective Students will be able to relax and purchase refreshments.
UCD Student Ambassadors will offer campus tours to our visitors throughout the day. Extra helpers will be on hand around the campus and in buildings to direct visitors to the talks.
The UCD Open Day web pages are available at www.ucd.ie/openday please note these pages will be updated regularly over the coming two weeks.
New Theology Scholarship For Undergraduates – The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin is pleased to announce a new scholarship for 2017/2018. The scholarship consists of a payment of €6,500 per year to the recipient and payment of the student contribution (currently €3,000). Full details below. Catholic Theological Studies (CTS) is designed for all students interested in the big questions of today. A degree in theology educates students to think clearly and logically, to see the big picture and address a problem from many angles. These are skills that 21st century employers are seeking. In 2015 the points required for CTS were 360.
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This workshop is ideal for any student looking for some experience and an insight into the animation industry and learn the steps needed in order to create their own animated films. I have worked with some of the animation industries best animators, model makers and producers from Fantastic Mr Fox to Frankenweenie, Aardman Animations and The Corpse Bride.
Over the weekend, students will learn how to:
Create and design a puppet
Write and plan a story board
Record and incorporate sound and make an animatic
Build a set
Use Dragon Frame
The Port of Cork Company seeks applications for an apprentice Electrician and an apprentice Fitter (Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitter) from suitably qualified persons who comply with the requirements listed below.
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Ballyfermot College Officially Launches New Visual Effects Programme with a Masterclass by Irish Oscar Winner Richie BanehamBallyfermot College of Further Education (BCFE) will officially launch its new Visual Effects (VFX) and 3D Technology Programme this Friday with masterclasses by international industry experts including Irish Oscar winner and graduate of the college Richie Baneham.
The new two year diploma course, which was developed in consultation with the local industry, will teach students the sort of skills behind the spectacular visual effects in movies like ‘STAR WARS’ and television series like ‘GAME OF THRONES’ using industry-standard software and hardware like Nuke, Maya, PhotoShop, Arnold and V-Ray.