Applications for our courses starting September 2019 are now open. Apply here.
Interviews will be held on Friday January 25th. Apply early to ensure you get called for interview.
Our next Information Evening on Thursday 29th November (Coolock Campus) will give Leaving Certificate students the opportunity to talk to staff and students about our courses and progression routes to Higher Education and employment. The event will run from 4.30 – 7.30pm.
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We are offering a Free 3 week course in Pottery and Jewellery making starting in June. Anyone wanting to continue after the course is completed can move on to our Craft Production course starting in September once they are VTOS eligible.
To register your interest please call our Raheny campus on 01 831 4677.
We are also running an Information Morning for all our VTOS courses.
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QQI Award Youth Work (Level 5 – 5M4732)This is a one year QQI Level 5 course which examines the theory and practice of youth work. The wide range of modules offered enables students to gain a critical awareness of the way in which Youth Work operates. Learners are also enabled to improve their communication skills, self-awareness, critical reflection and interpersonal skills, all of which are central to working in youth work. This course also includes qualifications for the Outdoor Education Industry namely Lowland Leader Award and Rock Climbing
Students will engage in supervised work experience over the year which provides practical knowledge, skills and competence for the field of Youth Work.
Career OpportunitiesYouth Work involves working with marginalised or disadvantaged young people in a caring, compassionate way. There are a wide range of career options in youth work including:
Youth and community work, working with young offenders, the probation service, working with disadvantaged children, working with young people with physical or intellectual disabilities, drug/alcohol dependency, asylum seekers/refugees etc.
Entry RequirementsFive passes in Leaving Certificate (one of which should be a 05/C3 in ordinary level English) or a merit in Leaving Certificate Applied.
Mature applicants (21+) who may not have formal academic requirements but who have the ability to successfully participate on the course will be considered.
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The last interviews we will hold before August will be held on Wednesday May 2nd. We will be accepting applications for this round of interviews until Wednesday 25th April.
We have a number of new courses available.
Creative Writing for Digital Media, see course page here
Youth Activities Worker, see course page here
Telecoms Pre-apprenticeship, see course page here
This course is designed for anyone with an interest in creative writing and storytelling. Students will explore various aspects of writing creatively and will be facilitated in developing both written and digital content for online platforms.The course will focus on developing writing skills for both fiction and scripts as well as creation of promotional digital content for multi platform delivery. Classes will be delivered in a relaxed environment and learners will be given the opportunity to build on existing and/or new story ideas.
The one year QQI level 5 course will encourage students to share and critique ideas in a supportive setting. The skills to create media content to complement written material will be taught, giving students the necessary tools to make self promotional material for digital storytelling.
See the course page at https://goo.gl/XRKYF1
As you are aware we recently held our first round interviews. Rather than having a date for the next round of interviews each department in the college will be interviewing every couple of weeks so your students will not have to wait long to get an interview. Interviews will generally take place on a Wednesday afternoon.
Students can apply at www.cdcfe.ie
There following courses are closed and may not reopen until August.
Pre-University Science (DCU Access)
Health Science (Pre-Nursing)
Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education is hosting an Information Evening this Thursday 18th January from 4.30-7.30pm in our Coolock campus and speak to staff and students to find the course that's right for you. We have over 30 courses to choose from and most of our courses have excellent progression routes to ITs and Universities including DCU & DIT.
Interview Preparation Seminars will be held at 5.00pm, 5.30pm, 6.00pm and 6.30pm to help prepare for our interviews which will be held on Friday January 26th.
Apply for all our courses at www.cdcfe.ie
Open Day is structured to help you to get the most from your visit to IT Tralee. This programme contains a full schedule of talks, tours and events. Here are some hints to help you make the most from the day.MEET OUR PEOPLE:
Staff and students will be available all day to answer your questions. Ask them about programmes, facilities or campus life.
ATTEND INFORMATION SESSIONS, WORKSHOPS & DEMONSTRATIONS:
Don’t miss these presentations, displays and interactive activities. These will help you to learn more about the detail of programmes and other aspects of student life at IT Tralee. Most sessions are very popular so we advise you to plan ahead and arrive early.
Applications for most of our courses are already open and students can apply at www.cdcfe.ie
ALL APPLICATIONS will open at midnight on Tuesday 15th.
We will have our own Guidance Counsellor available from 10 - 3 from Wednesday 16th until Tuesday 22nd (excluding 19th & 20th) in our Coolock campus should students need advice about their options available.