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Arts & Crafts01part time programmes january 2017find usapply online Mulgrave StreetDirectorpat MaunsellDirector of aDult eDucationenda finnassistant Directors of aDult eDucationarlene Douglas, sinead cross, carmel ronanspecial Dutieseoin Mccarthy, Margaret DwaneaDMinistratorssandra Mcnamara, Declan Doodyphotographyeoin Mccarthy - lcfe photography DepartmentstuDent support serVicesDeclan DoodyLCfe aduL t eduC ation teamleft to right: (Back row) liam Duggan, centre Manager lcfe cappamore; enda finn, Director of adult education; eoin Mccarthy, special Duties adult education; (Middle row) Margaret Dwane, special Duties adult education; carmel ronan, assistant Director of adult education; sandra Mcnamara, administrator adult education; arlene Douglas, assistant Director of adult education; (front row) Marie Duggan, administrator lcfe cappamore; Declan Doody, student support services lcfe; sinead cross, assistant Director of adult contents of this brochure are for information purposes only. No guarantee is given that the programmes, syllabi or fees may not be altered, cancelled or otherwise amended at any Cappamorecentre Managerliam DugganaDMinistrator Marie DugganLCfe C appamore Campus1Contentsintroduction & Welcome4Mission statement5Vision statement5Values5enrolment procedure5application form & tuition fees6certificates of attendance6assessment reasonable accommodation6assignment/project submission 7examinations 7issue of assessment/exam results & certificates 7programme suggestions8lcfe cappamore 8Quality and Qualifications ireland 8change of address 8refund policy 8programme Deferrals 9property 9class cancellation/rescheduling 9garda Vetting 9parking 9fet centre, Kilmallock road campus9college facilities (lcfe Mulgrave street)9useful information10PrOGraMMES11arts & crafts12Beauty & hair21hobby & leisure pursuits28Business & professional 51childcare & care skills 77Media studies 94computers & social Media110languages120CaPPaMOrE CaMPuS127artS & CraFtSart: Beginners13art: continuation13interior Design14curtain & cushion-Making 14crochet skills15fashion Design - Dressmaking 15fashion Design - Dressmaking: continuation16upholstery 16costume Design for theatre & film (QQi l5) 17ceramics18hand crafted Baskets/Willow Weaving18ceramics continuation19paint and Draw like the Masters 19Mosaic Design - for the interior & garden20creative glass (copperfoil)20BEauty & Hair eyelash and eyebrow treatments22hair up-styles22Beauty: Body Massage23fashion & Media Make-up (QQi l5)23Beauty: sculptured nails/nail extensions 24Manicure / pedicure certificate(itec level 2) nEW!24specialised fX Make-up (QQi l5)25Make-up techniques25introduction to Barbering26Barbering certificate26certificate in Make-up27HOBBy & LEiSurE PurSuitSfloral Design29floral Design: continuation29Basic cake Decorating skills/fondant Modelling 30Quick & nutritious Mid Week suppers302cake Decorating skills/fondant Modelling - continuation31fabulous Desserts31Woodcraft (QQi l4)32 upcycling furniture33pilates33yoga34complete Bicycle Maintenance35advanced Bicycle Maintenance 36exercise and fitness (QQi l5)37introduction to sports injury Management nEW!37sports Journalism for players and Managers nEW!38sports nutrition (QQi l6)39sports psychology (QQi l6)40nutrition (QQi l5)41soccer games strategies for coaches and Mentors42photography Digital (lightroom) (QQi l6)43photography: Beginners slr cameras43photography techniques - slr Digital & film cameras (QQi l5)44photography Digital slr Digital camera (QQi l5)44therapy and relaxation techniques nEW!45real street Dance (original hip hop styles) nEW!46Mindfulness - exploring and living a Mindful life 47reflexology - an introduction48creative Writing: introduction49the gold Within50BuSinESS & PrOFESSiOnaLhuman resources Management (QQi l6)52Blogging: Writing online52Digital Marketing (QQi l5)53 criminology (QQi l5)54payroll: Manual & computerised (QQi l5)54Business law (QQi l5)55taxation (QQi l6)56human resources (QQi l5) 56employment law (QQi level 6)57Bookkeeping: Manual & computerised (QQi l5)58retail Display (QQi l5)58reception and front office skills in hospitality /hotel & tourism industry (QQi l5) 59Business administration (QQi l5)59reception and frontline office skills (QQi l5) 60supervisory Management (QQi l6)61safety and health at Work (QQi l5)61training and Development (train the trainer advanced certificate) (QQi l6)62advertising (icM single subject)64Business law (icM single subject)65Business Management & administration (icM single subject )66Marketing Management (icM single subject) nEW!67numeracy & statistics - interpreting & analysing information (icM single subject)68hr Development 1 (icM single subject)69public relations (icM single subject) nEW!70strategic Management (icM single subject) nEW!71Business Management (QQi level 6) nEW!72Business finance (QQi level 6) nEW!73accounting for sMe s: Manual & computerised (QQi l5)74international relations & security - Why do states make war?75icM Diploma and graduate Diploma programmes76CHiLDCarE & CarE SKiLLSchild Development (QQi l6)78child Development (QQi l5)78equality and Diversity in childcare (QQi l6)79early childhood literacy & numeracy (QQi l6)80personal professional Development (QQi l6)80children with additional needs (QQi l5)81childminding practice (QQi l5)82equality and Diversity in childcare (QQi l5)82childcare: siolta and aistear, in principle and in action 83applied social studies (QQi l5)83child psychology (QQi l6)84anatomy & physiology (QQi l5)84care of the older person (QQi l5)85care support (With Work experience) (QQi l5)85activities of living patient care (QQi l5)86introduction to psychology (QQi l5)86nursing theory and practice (QQi l5)873care skills (QQi l5)87learning Difficulty awareness (QQi l6) nEW!88Mental health awareness (QQi l6)89school age childcare (QQi l5)89infection, prevention and control (QQi l5)90child health and Well Being (QQi l5)90special needs assisting (QQi l6)92Medical terminology (QQi l5)92palliative care support (QQi l5)93MEDia StuDiESsocial Media: Beginners95social Media for Business/sMes95Digital self-publishing (tips for writers and authors) nEW!96Writing skills for Journalism (QQi l5)97radio Journalism techniques (city & guilds)98Video production & editing - pre-production to Distribution (QQi l5)99Directing: from short film to feature film100script-editing nEW!101performing arts - Drama101Music production102Music production: advanced nEW!103Music artist Development nEW!104sound engineering & production (QQi l5)105film studies: introduction106creative Writing (QQi l5)106film & Documentary studies analysis (QQi l6) nEW!107event Management (QQi l5)108radio programme production (QQi l5)109inDesign: Designing publications (QQi l5)109COMPutErS & SOCiaL MEDiacomputer programming: Beginners (QQi l5)111graphic Design skills (QQi l5)112autocaD-2D: introduction (QQi l5)112networking essentials (QQi l5)113ict security policy & Management (QQi l5) nEW!114Website Development & Design (QQi l5)115computer games Design (QQi l5)115photoshop: introduction116computer applications: Beginners116advanced certificate in Word processing and spreadsheet techniques (city and guilds)117 computer applications: continuation (QQi l4) 1183D Modelling & Digital art for the hobby gaming and film industry nEW!118object oriented programming (QQi l5) 119LanGuaGESirish for Beginners (QQi l3)121sign language: Basic122arabic: Beginners122english as a second language: Beginners (QQi l3)123english as a second language: continuation (QQi l4)123english as a second language: advanced (QQi l5)124spanish/italian: Beginners plus (QQi l3)124italian: Beginners (QQi l3)125spanish/german: Beginners (QQi l3)125spanish/german/italian: intermediate (QQi l4)126portuguese: Beginners nEW!126CaPPaMOrE CaMPuSBlacksmithing128Blacksmithing: intermediate128Welding for Beginners129Welding intermediate 129hair and Beauty: an introduction 130Basic cake Decorating skills fondant Modelling130hair up-styling advanced131special needs assisting (QQi l6)132early childhood literacy & numeracy (QQi l6)132infection, prevention and control (QQi l5) nEW!132care of the older person (QQi l5)132Word processing (QQi l5)133computers for Beginners134spanish: Beginners (QQi l3)134spanish Beginners plus (QQi l3)135nursing theory and practice (QQi l5)135photography: Beginners slr cameras135twenty Minute Meals - Delicious, nutritious and super-fast135Make your own Bird/Bat/Bee Boxes nEW!1364Welcome to limerick college of further education and thank you for considering us as a venue to continue your education. lcfe offers more than 160 part-time evening programmes over many disciplines and currently caters for approximately 3000 learners annually. there is a wide range of relevant accredited and general interest programmes available every september and January. the programmes on offer are reviewed and updated bi-annually, reflecting changing demands and feedback from learners and industry. our evening programmes support those in employment or seeking employment and provide others with the chance to explore new pursuits. We regard learning as a lifelong pursuit and see education as an important step in the adventure towards greater personal development and growth. lcfe is both flexible and adaptable in meeting the needs of adult learners and provides programmes and expert tuition over many fields of study with accreditation by a number of prestigious validating bodies. We are delighted to present this booklet for January 2017 and invite you to join us on a programme of learning at the 2013 further education and training has been recognised as the fourth pillar of the irish educational system. solas, as an agency of the Department of education and skills (Des) has been tasked with creating a world class integrated fet sector that is responsive to the needs of learners and the requirements of a changed economy. Within this environment lcfe will continue the tradition of developing more educational opportunities to reflect the diverse needs of adult learner here in the Mid-West has 22 new part time programmes available at both our Mulgrave street campus and cappamore campus for January 2017. We have as always, revised a number of our existing programmes. new programmes include: Manicure/pedicure certificate (itec l2), introduction to sports injury Management, real street Dance (original hip hop styles), sports Journalism for players and Managers (icM), advertising (icM), Marketing Management (icM), public relations (icM), strategic Management(icM), Business Management (QQi l6), Business finance (QQi l6), learning Difficulty awareness (QQil6), Medical terminology (QQi l5), Digital self-publishing (tips for Writers and authors), film & Documentary studies analysis (QQi l6), Music artist Development, Music production: continuation, script-editing, social Media for Business/sMe s, 3D Modelling & Digital art for the hobby gaming and film industry, ict security policy & Management (QQi l5), portuguese: Beginners, Make your own Bird/Bat/Bee Boxes. since september 2015, due to the popularity and expansion of our range of programmes lcfe has scheduled a number of them at the further education and training centre, Kilmallock rd. campus (formerly st. endas). it is an excellent spacious facility with plenty of car parking spaces. there is also a range of evening programmes available in our second facility at cappamore, which you can see in this booklet. We will endeavour to continue expanding the range of programmes available to learners in lcfe, demonstrating our commitment to providing the widest variety of learning opportunities in the Mid-West. introduCtion & We LC ome5lcfe supports its teaching and learning with up-to-date resources reflecting business standards and local industry needs. our greatest asset and key to our success is our staff. they are dedicated, professional and committed to the learners who come here. the preferred method of enrolling on programmes is to register online. this is a fast, secure and easy way to register your application. so why not go to and explore the full listing of our programmes and prices. this booklet provides you with an overview of what lcfe has to offer and our website provides many of the answers to your queries. you can also follow us on facebook, twitter and linkedin. Best WishesEnda Finn, Director of adult educationMiSSiOn StatEMEntto add value to our learners, our staff and to the communities we operate in by providing a first class education and training experience. We do this by providing accredited, quality assured, skills-based vocational programmes on a full and parttime basis to our learners to enable them to grow, develop and progress to work or to further and higher StatEMEntto be recognized as an outstanding college of further education and training in ireland and is DeDicateD to proViDing further eDucation anD training through its innOVatiVE, rELEVant anD HiGH-quaLity prograMMeslcfe will be a leader nationally and internationally in the further education and training sector. the college is not only interested in best practice but in next practice. lcfe wishes to invent a new future for itself in the new further education and training landscape which is values of the college have developed over a period of time and have had input from the staff, management and learners in lcfe. Professionalism Respect Innovation and Creativity InclusivenessEnrOLMEnt PrOCEDurEyou may choose the following options when enrolling for a programme:All programmes at all campi commence week beginning Monday 16 January Online (Preferred MethOd)register online for the programme of your choice by logging onto our website and following the simple step by step registration process: enrOlMent At lCfe MulgrAve Streetenrolment for adult education evening programmes for January 2017 will take place at the college as follows: enrolment - January 2017 Wed 4th January - thurs 12th January 10am 3pm Mon 9th January - tues 10th January 5pm 7pm63 enrOlMent At lCfe CAPPAMOreenrolment for adult education Day and evening programmes for January 2017 will take place at the college as follows: enrolment - January 2017 Wed 4th January - thurs 12th January Mon 9th January - tues 10th January 5pm 7pm nOte: for convenience it is possible to register for all of our programmes that are available at both campi at either Mulgrave Street or By POStone may register by post by returning a completed application form and payment by cheque, bank draft or postal order. please make payable to limerick and clare education and training Board (lcetB). for security reasons, We cannot accept cash. return application form(s) to: evening programmes, limerick college of further education, Mulgrave street, limerickaPPLiCatiOn FOrM & tuitiOn FEESfees published in this booklet are tuition fees only, except where otherwise indicated. some validating bodies charge separate registration/examination fees. please refer to their respective websites. (see back of Booklet).20% discount on tuition fees for individuals in receipt of full Job seekers allowance/ Benefit, Disability allowance or one parent family payment20% discount on tuition fees for all full-time lcfe learners20% discount on tuition fees for all senior citizensNote: Discounts apply to tuition fees only and not materials feesProof for the applicable discount must be provided at registrationProof for a discount will not be accepted once a programme commences. No discounts are available once a programme forms cannot be processed nor places reserved without the full payment of tuition fees. cheques, bank drafts or postal orders should be made payable to limerick and Clare education and training Board (lcetB). for Security reasons We CAnnOt ACCePt CASh. CErtiFiCatES OF attEnDanCEcertificates of attendance are posted to respective learners within two months of programme completion. certificates of attendance are only issued where a learner has 70% attendance on the programme. replacement Certificate: a replacement fee of 20 will apply for the re-issuing of a certificate of rEaSOnaBLE aCCOMMODatiOn (qqi)any learner wishing to avail of this must contact the adult education Department at the commencement of his/her programme. Details on the procedure for examination accommodation will be provided on week one of the programme. applicants will be requested to submit details of a professional assessment outlining their disability/learning difficulty. applications made to the adult education office after the third week of the programme may not be considered. this applies to written examinations SuBMiSSiOncourse work will not be returned to learners once submitted for assessment. learners are therefore advised to retain copies of all course work submitted. this is necessary both for the learner s own future reference and in the event of the tutor requesting a copy of the course work, for whatever reason. electronic back-up copies should also be retained. all hard copy materials will be disposed of by 30th september of every academic are encouraged to undertake examinations of the respective validating bodies. learners will be informed by the examination officer and teacher as follows: examination entry procedure and dates for examination entry:it is the responsibility of the learner to register for all relevant examinations and pay the appropriate examination fee. examination entry fees are for presentation of projects and assignments:projects cannot be accepted after the specified of examination sitting: these will be located on the examinations notice board located on the ground floor and on the adult education notice board on the top OF aSSESSMEnt/ExaM rESuLtS & CErtiFiCatESQQi PrOgrAMMeSresults for all QQi assessment will be posted to respective learners in June of each year. learners completing programmes in the first term in December will also receive their results in the following June. QQi certificates are posted to respective learners in august of each year. learners wishing to appeal their grades must do so within 14 days of receiving results (from date of postmark). Details of how to appeal will be issued with results. if, in the unlikely event, a learner has not received any results by the end of august please contact the examinations officer by emailing entry with QQi requires learners to supply the adult education Department with a correct ppsn, first name, surname and DoB. failure to supply the correct details will result in the unsuccessful processing of the entry. throughout the duration of the programme learners will be asked to verify their data by their teacher to facilitate the entry process. the data will be used for the purpose of assessment entry PrOgrAMMeSother validating bodies have their own time frame for the issuing of results and certificates. please consult their respective websites or contact the examination officer for further National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) is a 10 level system indicating an academic or vocational value to qualifications in Ireland. FQ levels help show how an award can be used for training, education and employment (See diagram)8note: the college reserves the right to withhold certificates/ results from participants whose accounts have not been paid in full tuition, exam fees SuGGEStiOnSlcfe welcomes suggestions and requests for specific programmes aimed at meeting the needs of our business and community partners. programmes can be designed and tailored to meet the requirements and training needs of business. if you have an idea for a specific programme, please contact the adult education Department or email who will be more than happy to assist with any CaPPaMOrEour second campus offers the opportunity to study a variety of part time day or evening programmes. since early 2016 we have successfully expanded the range of part time programmes available. We are committed to continuing that expansion, giving the learner greater flexibility to study at times that also boasts ample free and safe parking on its grounds. it is only a 12 minute drive from limerick city centre, and is also closer to areas in east limerick and south tipperary regions. lcfe is committed to ensuring cappamore is a vibrant centre of further education and training in the east limerick area. Details on January 2017 programmes are contained elsewhere in this brochure. for further information, contact: telephone 061 381272, email: anD quaLiFiCatiOnS irELanDQuality and Qualifications ireland was established on 6 november 2012 under the Qualifications and Quality assurance (education and training) act 2012. the new authority was created by an amalgamation of four bodies that had both awarding and quality assurance responsibilities: the further education and training awards council, the higher education and training awards council (hetac), the national Qualifications authority of ireland (nQai) and the irish universities Quality Board (iuQB). the new authority assumed all the functions of the four legacy bodies while also having responsibility for new or newly-statutory responsibilities in particular OF aDDrESSthe college needs to be informed of any change of address to ensure the prompt delivery of all correspondence, examination results, certificates etc. this can be emailed to: the college is not responsible for any delivery delays or non-delivery caused by a third POLiCyPrOgrAMMe CAnCellAtiOnfor a programme to commence it is necessary to enrol a minimum number of participants. if this number is not reached the programme will be cancelled. participants will be notified and a full fee refund will be processed. any fees paid by cash are refunded by cheque and will require some time to PrOgrAMMeSall other programmes must remain viable and be self-financing; therefore, nO refundS, under any circumstances, are available once a programme commences. We regret we cannot entertain any other requests for refunds. once a programme commences participants cannot defer their place on that programme to another term. it is the responsibility of the participants to inform themselves of the programme commencement date, content, programme duration, all cases fees must be paid before classes commence. under no circumstances can learners attend a class without an official receipt. Applications received after the commencement date of a programme will only be accepted at the sole discretion of the Adult education DEFErraLS unfortunately, we cannot facilitate applicants who wish to defer a registered place, either before or after a programme commences, to another term. see refund cannot be accepted for the loss or damage to the property of the CanCELLatiOn/rESCHEDuLinGDue to unforeseen circumstances teacher illness; a class may be cancelled and rescheduled to another date. if sufficient notification has been received by the college, a text message will be issued to all learners registered on the programme advising them of the change. a cancelled class will usually be rescheduled to the week following the last week of the programme, at the normal time and day. however where this is not possible another date will be selected. on rare occasions it may be necessary to reschedule a class because of a bank holiday. learners must provide a valid mobile number when they register to study with lcfe evening VEttinGlcfe/lcetB is committed to practices which safeguard the welfare of learners, young people and vulnerable adults. lcetB is registered with the garda central Vetting unit and will be conducting garda Vetting on learners attending programmes where it is identified that possible interaction with children and vulnerable adults is a feature of the programme. any information disclosed by the garda central Vetting unit may be shared with the appropriate decision making personnel in prospective work experience organisations. it is the learner s responsibility to ensure that all information is correct, as any omission will mean a delay in the processing of the MulgrAve Streetthe college does not provide parking facilities to learners. it is the learner s responsibility to park legally if they are parking in the surrounding areas. if there is sufficient interest a local car park may offer parking at a very competitive CAPPAMOrethe campus provides free parking to all learners on the college grounds. lcfe are not responsible for loss or damage to any motor vehicles or property contained in any motor vehicle while parked on the premises. Motor vehicles are parked entirely at owner s EDuCatiOn anD traininG CEntrE KiLMaLLOCK rOaD CaMPuS (KrC)a number of lcfe s part time programmes now take place at the further education and training centre (formerly st. enda s community school) on the Kilmallock road. the campus boasts great facilities and has ample free parking spaces FaCiLitiES (LCFE, MuLGraVE StrEEt)PhOtOCOPyingthere are two learner photocopiers available for evening reSOurCe Centre (liBrAry)the is open from Mon - thurs, - ; check lrc notice board for daytime opening hours. learners need a learner iD card to use the lrc facilities. these cards are available in the lrc at a cost of 5. you require a passport photograph to receive a learner iD rOOMSlcfe is constantly updating its computer facilities and currently has 9 state-of-the-art computer rooms including an apple iMac laboratory. all are networked and connected to a high-speed internet canteen opening hours are Mon - thurs, - access to hot drinks and snacks is also available via vending machines located on the ground StudiOSthe college also has state of the art radio studios. lcfe college radio broadcasts online at inFOrMatiOnlimerick college of further education offers an excellent range of professional career programmes, certified and accredited by nationally and internationally recognised examining and professional College of further education061 414 and Qualifications ireland (QQi)01 905 technicians ireland (Ati)01 637 Public Accountants (CPA)01 676 therapy examination Council (iteC)+44 (0)20 8994 College Cork021 490 Counselling institute (nCii)061 226 of Commercial Management (iCM)+44 (0)12 0249 0555 +44 (0)1452 & guilds0844 543 0033 2017Apply usArts & Crafts12arts & Craftsfind usArts & Crafts13Art: BeginnersPrOgrAMMe COde aC001MoN - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 20accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with no previous knowledge of art who wish to develop their artistic and sketching skills through a variety of mediums in a relaxed and supportive Description Develop observation skills working from still life using various pencils understanding basic drawing techniques such as shape/form/texture/composition Knowing your medium (oil paint / water colour / pastels / charcoal) learn the different properties and create a finished work of art having completed this programme participants will have an overall understanding of the creative process and complete a selection of original art works this programme may progress onto the art continuation programme at lcfe certain basic drawing materials will be providedArt: ContinuAtionPrOgrAMMe COde aC002wED - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 20accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to further develop their artistic skills and explore the process of creating art on a more intensive level. learners will receive tuition that is based on their individual artistic goals and Description Observation: learners will have the opportunity to further develop their observational skills and use these abilities to visually record their observations on paper Painting: a thorough exploration of different methods of using paint and instruction in the understanding of various painting mediums and their individual qualities. the correct use of acrylic, oil, gouache and watercolour paints will be covered Colour theory: an investigation into the nature of colour and light drawing: advanced drawing techniques using pencil, charcoal, and ink introduction to further education in art, funding bodies and art workshopsopen class discussions throughout the programme on work in progress. this programme serves as an excellent gateway to the QQi leVel 5 modules in painting and Drawing Arts & Crafts14interior DesignPrOgrAMMe COde aC019MoN - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop a range of creative skills and apply them to improve their personal space in the domestic Description introduction to interior Design Colour Schemes: starting points; mood & temperature; colour theory and colour exercises; develop your colour scheme; paint effects and finishes design Principles: balance, rhythm, proportion, harmony & emphasis lighting: various types and their appropriate use; electrical layout Space Planning: floor/room plans; furniture layout; kitchen planning/lighting Products: variety & quality of products; fabrics, flooring, carpets etc. Window treatments: curtain design and types; roman and roller blinds; window poles; measuring windows for poles/curtains/blinds & Cushion-MakingPrOgrAMMe COde aC008thurs - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 90MatErials FEE 20accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to develop skills in the design and construction of soft furnishings for personal use or to gain Description Construct Craft items: curtains; blinds - roman, austrian; pelmets; swags; tails; tie-backs; cushions; patchwork cushions wall hangings Craft Processes: cutting, joining, shaping and finishing; calculation of amount of material required; hand sewing techniques tools and equipment: measuring and cutting equipment; threading using domestic and industrial sewing machines etc. research an idea: identify theme of interest; source material; troubleshoot potential problemsfind usArts & Crafts15Crochet skillsPrOgrAMMe COde aC009wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to learn the skill of crochet and develop it into making accessories and Description Basic stitches incorporating basic stitches into patterns Develop skills to make an accessory edgings and bordersFashion Design - DressmakingPrOgrAMMe COde aC011tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 130MatErials FEE 30accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop their skills in dressmaking with a view to making and altering their own clothes. the programme is suitable for beginners and those with basic sewing Description pattern drafting and alteration: how to prepare and follow commercial patterns how to take measurements and adjust patterns and garments to suit fabric preparation: how to lay and cut out pattern pieces sewing techniques: seams, darts, zips, buttonholes, hems, waistbands etc. garment construction and finishing: learners are invited to make and finish a basic skirt and top of their choiceExcellent tutor. Made everything very simple and be back next term to learn more. Collette Cooney, Curtain & Cushion-Making Programmenote: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & Crafts16Fashion Design - Dressmaking: ContinuationPrOgrAMMe COde aC013wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 130MatErials FEE 30accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for learners who wish to improve their sewing skills and learn more advanced sewing techniques. this programme is intended as a continuation from the beginner dressmaking and fashion wear programmes and it is desirable that learners would have attended either of these before attending this class. prograMMe Description pattern drafting and alteration: how to draft & adjust your own patterns for a skirt and top how to mend/alter garments fabric treatments: fusing, bonding, dying, decorative trimmings, appliqu sewing techniques: concealed zips, facings, sleeves, collars, pockets, linings etc. garment construction and finishing: learners are invited to make and finish a dress, trousers, jacket or lined garment of their choice upholsteryPrOgrAMMe COde aC018tuEs - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for individuals with no previous experience of upholstery and who wish to learn and develop creative and design Description Measure and record sizes accurately recognise the characteristics of a range of basic upholstery fabrics and fillings prepare fabrics for cutting and stitching/fixing and make an accurate lay/cutting plan stitch by hand and machine as required apply traditional techniques safe use of hand tools and equipment Webbing finishing techniquesProject: Drop-in seat. footstool. small : this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & Crafts17Costume Design for theatre & Film (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde aC015thursDay DuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220MatErials FEE 30accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN GaRMeNT CoNSTRuCTIoN 5N1276 participant profilethis programme aims to provide participants with a comprehensive introduction to costume design in theatre and film. participants will be exposed to the various aspects of costume design, construction techniques and reconstruction to include foundation garments, surface embellishment, decoration and fabric Description outline the processes involved in garment construction for theatre and film explain the importance of producing a toile and sewing samples prior to the construction of a garment respond to timelines and deadlines in the production of fashion items explain the factors that affect the selection and use of various fabrics and linings for use in garment construction for theatre or film use cutting, sewing and pressing skills appropriate to a range of fabric types use a range of cutting, sewing and pressing tools during the construction process select appropriate fusings, interfacings, buttons, zips, trims for the garments being constructed use various pattern lays plan and execute the construction of garments within a timeframe under guidance Make informed critical judgments of processes engaged in the production of completed garmentsIndividuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesArts & Crafts18CeramicsPrOgrAMMe COde aC005wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 30accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is specifically designed to introduce the complete novice and more experienced learner to clay and who wish to create individual pieces in a relaxed and friendly Descriptionthe programme will incorporate basic coil and slab-building techniques, pinch pots and mould making. a variety of decoration methods and glaze applications will also be considered. Demostrations on all techniques will be given and self directed projects are encouraged . all work will be glazed and it is expected that all learners will have a series of finished work on completion of the Crafted Baskets/ Willow WeavingPrOgrAMMe COde aC021MoN - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with no previous knowledge or skill in basket weaving and who wish to develop the basics required to weave a basic traditional irish basket from start to Description history & demonstration of Basket weaving preparation of material for weaving selection of correct material Develop basic weaving skills selecting and researching project Manufacturing projectThe teacher used different teaching styles and was very eloquent in the delivery of the lessons. I would definitely recommend the course to my friends. Mary, limerickfind usArts & Crafts19CerAMiCs ContinuAtionPrOgrAMMe COde aC017tuEs DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 30accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed to suit an experienced candidate who wishes to broaden and develop their making skills. the ideal participant would have basic knowledge of hand building techniques and an interest in developing their abilities through engagement with more advanced methods of Descriptionthis programme is targeted towards an experienced handler of clay who wishes to broaden and develop their making skills. the programme will incorporate traditional methods of making including hand building techniques and throwing on the potter s wheel. Where an instructed body of work will be conducted in view of supporting and promoting further studies in this field, this programme will equally offer the participant the opportunity create a self-directed body of work with demonstrations of new methods to be undertaken. all work will be fired and glazed and it is expected that all learners will have a series of finished work on completion of the and Draw Like the MastersPrOgrAMMe COde aC023tuEs - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme should appeal to all levels of ability and offers learners a unique opportunity to gain an appreciation and knowledge of both history and the process involved in creating a work of Description explore the disciplines of painting and drawing looking through the lens of artists such as henri Matisse and picasso. learn how to observe various subjects and master the basic skills. experiment with a wide range of media, including pencil. charcoal, gouache, acrylics, print and collage. creative practical projects such as direct observation to portraits done in the pop art style and cubist still-life s, blended with an understanding of the history and theory of each artist, looking at their motivation and individual creative process. certain basic drawing materials will be : this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & Crafts20Mosaic Design - for the interior & gardenPrOgrAMMe COde aC003thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 60accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to acquire a knowledge in Mosaic design. Both traditional and modern applications of Mosaic will be explored. you will learn design skills, glass cutting, design layout, tiling and grouting. you will leave with one or more pieces of Mosaic artwork. you will also have sufficient knowledge to Mosaic your bathroom, kitchen or create a piece for your garden. prograMMe Description Background to Mosaic design Design techniques - colour and pattern contemporary application of Mosaic application of glass or tiles - use of different adhesives interior Mosaic on walls and floors Mosaic on furniture/vessels and garden sculpture Creative glass (Copperfoil)PrOgrAMMe COde aC014tuEs - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme should appeal to anyone who has an interest in design and loves colour and would like to learn the skill of cutting glass and transforming it into a finished Description introduction to glass Design learn basic cutting skills copperfoiling techniques how to solder Develop sufficient skills to construct an ornament note: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & Crafts21beauty & hairfind usbeauty & hair22eyelash and eyebrow treatmentsPrOgrAMMe COde BH012thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 70accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis course is for beginners or individuals who may want to pursue a career in beauty. prograMMe Description facial Waxing facial threading tweezing eye brow and eye lash tinting strip and individual lash application perfect brows practice days included Hair up-stylesPrOgrAMMe COde BH013 / BH014MoN - (Bh013) wED - (Bh014) DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 100accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for beginners, trainees and qualified hairdressers who want to either learn or up skill themselves with various techniques for hair up styles. it is also suitable for individuals who would like to get into the hairdressing industry; and is also an excellent stepping stone for makeup artists who want to do up styles. prograMMe Description introduction product Knowledge Vintage styles current up style trends fashion curls/ barrel curls/ new techniques Braiding interviews creativity special occasions photo shootbeauty & hair23Beauty: Body MassagePrOgrAMMe COde BH008tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 70MatErials FEE 50accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop massage Description oils Body Massage - head, neck, shoulders, face, feet Basic Massage strokes; legs, hands, arms and back touch and contactloose comfortable clothing is & Media Make-up (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BH006tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 195MatErials FEE 105accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN FaShIoN & MedIa Make-uP 5N4627participant profilethis programme is suitable for those wishing to gain knowledge, skill and competence in the theoretical aspects and skills of fashion and media make-up to enable them to work in a range of fashion and or media Description Make up products, tools and sanitation methods skin colour, face shapes, skin restoration, principles of skin colour theory and applying appropriate corrective makeup continuity: makeup looking seamless from scene to scene; keeping notes and photos analysing film and tV scripts to include continuity, timelines, budget/ character breakdowns, documentation, schedules and call sheets ethics and safety on set or on location and in the film and tV industry implications for the makeup professional, lighting, ventilation, seating, hygiene etc. application techniques and safety broad range of products, corrective makeup, styles suitable for black and white photography, fashion shoots, skin tones and conditions Design plans to include high fashion looks, historical styles etcApply & hair24Beauty: sculptured nails / nail extensions PrOgrAMMe COde BH002/ BH004wED - thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 80MatErials FEE 80accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop skills and techniques in the application and design of sculptured nails/nail extensions so that the participant can offer this service to the public. prograMMe Descriptionthe application of sculptured nails is an art in itself that takes time, precision and skill. sculptured nails are semi-permanent nails made from an extension nail which is applied to the natural nail with a gel placed over it, which is cured under a uV lamp. application of sculptured nails/nail extensions using gel products refill procedure Maintenance of sculptured nails/nail extensions Manicures: theory and practice Manicure techniques including nail and hand treatmentsfind usManicure / Pedicure Certificate (itec leVel 2)PrOgrAMMe COde BH019tuEs 14 WeekStuitioN FEE 250MatErials FEE 250 (incluDes eXaM entry fee)accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe IN MaNICuRe & PedICuRe ITeC level 2 (SubjeCT To PRoGRaMMe aPPRoval)participant profilethis course leads to a professional qualification in Manicure and pedicure. prograMMe Descriptioncourse content: anatomy composition and structure of the nail Manicure/pedicure techniques nail disorders and diseases consultation and assessment contra-indications product knowledge and cosmetic science hand and arm and foot and leg massage luxury nail treatments practical treatment evidence portfolio aftercare advicenewbeauty & hair25specialised FX Make up (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BH020thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 195MatErials FEE 105accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN SPeCIalISed Make-uP eFFeCTS 5N4634participant profilethis programme is suitable for learners looking to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to apply a theoretical and working knowledge of makeup special effects and bald cap making and their application in a range of Description explore materials and products and selecting correct ones for a project examine various looks, effects and the process behind recreating them plan and design a look and set up a work station examine the correct process for applying and removing makeup, prosthetics and bald caps Bald cap techniques uses, setting and removalMake-up techniquesPrOgrAMMe COde BH010 MoN - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110MatErials FEE 110accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis course is for anyone with an interest in learning about make up at a beginner s level or for those who may see themselves going on to pursue a career as a Make-up Description 2 weeks of theory skin care. Day/evening Make up Block eye shadow socket line shadow 1940 s (Black flick red lip) smokey eye contouring (highlighting and shading) Bronzing. lips and Brows and lashes plus individual lashesThe staff here are wonderful, it s very affordable and now I ve a qualification in something I always wanted to do which I thought I d never be able to. darren Shine, SFX Make-upbeauty & hair26introduction to Barbering PrOgrAMMe COde BH009wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110MatErials FEE 100accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who want to learn the basic skills and techniques involving Barbering. prograMMe Description introduction to Barbering Basic cutting and styling techniques client care and consultation colour application (Basic) hair care learners will be required to provide models for certain classes. a kit with the necessary equipment is Certifcate (city & guilDs)PrOgrAMMe COde BH016thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 300MatErials 100accrEDitatioN CITy & GuIldS aWaRd 3002 level 2 CuTTING MeN S haIRparticipant profileto gain the skills you need to work in a hairdressing or barber shop this award covers a wide range of skills from shampooing, cutting, and styling. a Barbering nVQ is for anyone who is serious about a barbering career. there are options to suit individual needs and aspirations. prograMMe Description Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety advise and consult with clients shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp cut hair using basic techniques. Develop and maintain your effectiveness at work fulfil salon reception duties health and safety considerations in the salonintroduction to Barbering (or equivalent) is recommended for this separate exam fee is payable to City and completion of the health and safety element, learners will also receive a level 2 certificate in follow health and safety practice in the salon beauty & hair27CertiFiCA te in MAke-uP (itec leVel 2) PrOgrAMMe COde BH018MoN 14 WeekStuitioN FEE 250MatErials FEE 250(incluDes eXaM entry fee)accrEDitatioN ITeC CeRTIFICaTe IN Make-uP level 2participant profilethis is the foundation module of any Makeup artistry course and is essential when trying to obtain work within the industry, this beginners course provides training in the application of corrective, Day, evening, Bridal and special occasion Make up as well information on skin and skin diseases and disorders. prograMMe Description1. cleansing, skin types/ tone2. skin analysis including care, maintenance, conditions and treatments, corrective face, eye, nose and lip shapes and corrective makeup4. skin tones -how to contour and highlight5. Make-up trends - high fashion makeup and avant garde6. colour theory and Basic lighting7. hygiene - sterilization and sanitisation8. Make up techniques and demonstrations9. cosmetic science and contraindications10. case studies Please note that you will need to bring along the following for the duration of your course:1. Make-up 2x Black White single flat sheet4. Palette and exfoliating pads and cotton buds7. White headbandfind usApply & leisure pursuits28hobby & Leisure pursuitsfind ushobby & leisure pursuits29Floral DesignPrOgrAMMe COde HL010thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 80MatErials FEE 70accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for those who love the ordinary and extraordinary skill of floral Description Basic floristry: posie, arrangement, sheaf and Wreaths and hand ties Weddings: Bridal and church flowers Occasions: spring flowers etc. designer floristry: letting your artistic qualities flowPlease note: there will be an additional fee of 7 to 10 per week for orAL Design: ContinuAtionPrOgrAMMe COde HL011tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 80 MatErials FEE 70accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for those with a basic knowledge of floristry and wish to acquire a more advanced skills set in floral Description Designer pieces Wedding Workshops Bridal Bouquets church arrangements hotel/conference flowers flowers for all occasionsPlease note: there will be an additional fee of 7 to 10 per week for flowersnote: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, usApply & leisure pursuits30Basic Cake Decorating skills / Fondant ModellingPrOgrAMMe COde HL006tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110MatErials FEE 20accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCePrograMME locatioN ledP RoXboRo, ChIldeRS Road, lIMeRICkparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for those with a basic knowledge of floristry and wish to acquire a more advanced skills set in floral Description introduction to working with fondant what tools and materials to use. how fondant reacts in different environments. Basic do s and don t s of cake decorating. rolling fondant and covering cake and cake boards, adding texture to flat surface adding colour using gels, lustre dusts techniques for stacking cakes Different techniques for modelling, moulding cutting and joining basic shapes to create figures, boxes, shoes etc. Basic design skills to create beautiful cakesQuick & nutritious mid week suppersPrOgrAMMe COde HL002tuEs - 4 WeekStuitioN FEE 70MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCePrograMME locatioN PRoGRaMMe loCaTIoN: FeT CeNTRe, kIlMalloCk Road CaMPuSparticipant profiletoo busy to cook and have no time!!! complete meals from the kitchen to the table in no time at all. Do you want to make good food super-fast. it is absolutely possible in all Description learn from our expert tutor key kitchen skills experience a hands on informative and fun class take home a full suite of recipes enjoy a light tasting platethis is a hands on practical ushobby & leisure pursuits31Cake decorating skills/fondant Modelling - ContinuationPrOgrAMMe COde HL030wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110MatErials FEE 20accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with previous knowledge and want to progress with their creative cake decorating skills to produce outstanding centre-pieces for any Description learn how to make edible lace and use it to design amazing cakes learn how to create different textures, ie wood effect, stone effect and metallic. using the spray gun, learn shading and colouring techniques. Make your own stencils for any occasion. Basic piping skills for borders and lettering. Modelling figures, with special focus on hands, feet and DessertsPrOgrAMMe COde - DuratioN 1 NIGhT 1ST FebRuaRy 2017tuitioN FEE 40MatErials FEE 10accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCePrograMME locatioN ledP RoXboRo, ChIldeRS Rd, lIMeRICkparticipant profileDo you want everyone talking about the great cook you are? then this is the class for you. a hands on beginners baking class in custards, mousses, whisking methods, baked alaska & meringues. so build up your confidence and get started. One evening Only!hobby & leisure pursuits32participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence to use woodwork tools and equipment safely and to plan, design and carry out basic woodcraft Description uses of a range of electric tools to include hand drills and sanders and woodcraft hand tools to include tools for measuring, marking out, drilling, cutting, screwing, assembling and bench working Basic properties of a range of materials to include hardwood, softwood, natural and manufactured board, plastics and fibreboard identifying artefacts where halving joints, angle joints and dovetailing joints are commonly used to include chairs, tables, doors and drawers operate a range of electric and woodcraft hand tools to include hand drills, sanders and tools for measuring, marking out, drilling, cutting, screwing, assembling and bench working. carry out a range of woodcraft techniques to include marking out, drilling, cutting, trenching, shaping, joining (temporary and with adhesives), assembly of halving joints, angle joints and dovetailing joints learn to complete a range of woodwork assignment planning and design tasks to include compiling a materials requirement list, selecting materials, interpreting a design brief with the aid of sketches and producing design solutions and working procedures for specific tasks identify a range various types of finishes health and safety techniques to include safe use of tools, ppe (QQi leVel 4)PrOgrAMMe COde HL007tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 50accrEDitatioN QQI level 4 MINoR aWaRd IN WoodCRaFT 4N3185PrograMME locatioN FeT CeNTRe, kIlMalloCk Road CaMPuShobby & leisure pursuits33 upcycling FurniturePrOgrAMMe COde HL031wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 60accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with no previous knowledge of upcycling furniture restoration and who wish to develop their creative and making skills. prograMMe Descriptionupcycling is about redesigning your existing items to restore them into something new. Make the most out of a piece of existing furniture and create your own custom piece of unique furniture learn new and exciting restoration, painting, decoupage and decorative techniques. Both traditional and modern applications of furniture restoration will be completed this programme the participant will have an overall understanding of the creative process and will have designed and made an original piece of basic materials will be provided but learners are encouraged to bring in there own piece of furniture that they wish to upcycle .PiLA tesPrOgrAMMe COde HL022thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilepilates (pronounced pih-lah-teez) is a type of physical and mental conditioning using well designed, choreographed movements properly performed and in a balanced sequence. it can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or fitness level. no previous exercise experience is bring a bath towel to all exercise classes. Participants are encouraged to bring their own exercise mats. Book early as places are Description improve your shape, promote flexibility and remedy any postural problems by re aligning your body structure to its natural balance promote stability in the core or centre of the body - around your middle where the muscles that support your spine are located - and in the shoulder girdle and pelvis Work every muscle-group in the body, with special attention to the muscles that stabilize the jointshobby & leisure pursuits34YogaPrOgrAMMe COde HL034tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 120accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme of yoga practice and study is suitable for people with or without experience of yoga who wish to deepen that understanding and learn more. it will give a flavour of yoga to those who feel that they may like to teach it in the means unity. Bringing into balance all the parts of our body, mind, breath, emotion and essence. yoga promotes stability, strength, skeletal alignment and freedom of movement. the practice resources us in our everyday lives, helps reduce stress, makes us stronger physically and emotionally, and we can bring this experience of mindfulness into our day to day living. What defines contemporary yoga is the emphasis on following the natural flow of the body and breath in the spirit of enquiry and compassion towards Description yoga postures pranayama yoga sound relaxation yoga movement Movement meditation learning/studyPlease bring a bath towel to all exercise classes. learners are encouraged to bring their own exercise mats. Book early as places are ve been able to apply a lot of what I learned in the class to my daily life and it s been a great help. antoinette Sheehan, yogaApply ushobby & leisure pursuits35Complete Bicycle Maintenance learn everything you need to know about your bikePrOgrAMMe COde HL015wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100MatErials FEE 50accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilelearn everything you need to know about your bike. no stone left unturned. By the end of the programme you will have learnt all the skills necessary to be a competent mechanic. no experience is needed to take one of these programmes, we take you right back to basics and build your skills quickly and Descriptionthe programme is a beginners/intermediate programme aimed at those who wish to have knowledge for their own use or join the cycle industry, either as a mechanic or starting their own business or individuals who want to learn more about the art of cycle maintenance. iteMs coVereD overview of tools What types of tools are required within a cycle workshop lubrication and cleaners Diagnosing problems with a bike puncture repairs, replacing tubes tyres and inner tubes, description of sizes, installation and removal and repairing pedals, installing, removing and re-threading crank arm, installing and removing, square type, splined and cottered chain rings removal chains, the types of chain available, fitting, removing and getting the correct length chain alignment rear sprocket removal and fitting Bottom bracket removal and fitting, cartridge type Bottom bracket removal and fitting, adjustable type Bottom bracket re-threading and facing hub servicing and adjustments headset servicing headset replacement replacing spokes Wheel truing Brake systems, caliper, linear, side pull, dual pivot Brake cables and housing gear systems, sti levers, twist grips, down tube, thumb levers gear cables and housing front derailleur fitting and indexing/adjustment rear derailleur fitting and indexing/adjustment stems, handlebars and seat posts, types, fitting measuring and adjusting fitting accessoriesThis programme will be delivered by Goeco Specialist bikes ltd. popular in Ireland. These are all specific areas that Goeco have developed a reputation at being market leaders, they run the Irish electric bike association & are actively involved with government level projects & have featured on many occasions hobby & leisure pursuits36Advanced Bicycle Maintenance introduction Qualifications in cycle Mechanics (city & guilDs)PrOgrAMMe COde HL016MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 300MatErials FEE 50accrEDitatioN CITy & GuIldS aWaRd level 2 NvQ CeRTIFICaTe IN CyCle MeChaNICSparticipant profilethis programme is specifically designed for those with a good knowledge of bicycle maintenance, have completed the beginner s course at lcfe or have a working track record in the bicycle industry. this twelve week programme will cover all aspects of bicycle maintenance, dismantling and rebuilding a modern bicycle, part by bicycles, work stations and specialist tools will be Descriptionthe programme is a beginners/intermediate programme aimed at those who wish to have knowledge for their own use or join the cycle industry, either as a mechanic or starting their own business or individuals who want to learn more about the art of cycle maintenance. iteMs coVereD Whether you wish to further your career in the bicycle industry or enhance your personal knowledge for enjoyment or as a competitive cyclist, this course offers an in-depth and engaging insight into bicycle 1- 3 Dismantling of the working bicycle logging and storing of parts Quality control of parts cleaning and lubricating Dismantling the wheelWeeks 4 7 Wheel construction spoke patterns and choices rim inspection lacing a wheel Wheel balancing Wheel materials and technologyWeeks 8 12 reconstruction of bicycle importance of componentry Quality assurance frame and wheel alignment checks and balances torque and pressure levels servicingThis programme will be delivered by GoeCo Specialist bikes ltd. See Complete bicycle Maintenance programme for further : A separate exam fee is payable to City and guildsfind ushobby & leisure pursuits37exercise and Fitness (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde HL019wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN eXeRCISe aNd FITNeSS 5N2668participant profilethis programme is designed for learners who want to gain the skills and knowledge to assist in the delivery of safe and appropriate exercise and fitness Description applied anatomy and physiology fitness training theory Managing an exercise session exercise to Music circuit training and flexibility resistance training instructors duty of care to clients health implication of lifestyle of habits and exercise current and developing trends in exercise and fitness record and track fitness indicatorsnOte: Participants must wear the appropriate footwear for this programme. lCfe are not responsible for any personal injury or property damage that may occur whilst participating in activities associated with this to sPorts injurY MAnAgeMent PrOgrAMMe COde HL035tuEs 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCe participant profilethis programme is suitable for coaches, athletes and therapists aimed at identifying how sports injuries are diagnosed and treated by means of focusing on the anatomy of the exercising Description the participant will learn about: the human anatomy aimed at understanding the mechanisms of exercise-related injury and to learn how to accurately diagnosis the injury using appropriate investigative skills. examine the nature and causes of various sports injuries including acute injuries, overuse injuries etc. examine injury prevention techniques and advice that are appropriate for pre or during exercise or training programmes. identify available treatment options once an injury has been diagnosed. Develop a holistic, multi-disciplinary understanding of all aspects of exercise-related injury and gain an appreciation of how many factors can cause musculoskeletal injuries. investigate injured individual cases using case studiesnote: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & leisure pursuits38sP orts journAL is M For PLAY ers AnD MA nAgers (icM single suBJect)PrOgrAMMe COde HL037thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT (ICM)participant profilethis programme is suitable for those interested in gaining an icM single subject qualification in sports JournalismprograMMe Description introduction to sports Journalism: the sports department, journalists and editor history of sports Journalism and its social impact: great sports writers and sport in radio/ tv sports coverage in print: sports news in brief, writing the introduction, the five W s and news story structure Broadcast sport: the broadcast sport department & a history of sport on radio sport in Vision: the role of the stills photographer, use of graphics, copyright and image rights online sport: sport websites, role of blogs, stills, graphics audio and recording for the web Major & Minor international sports institutions: fifa, uefa, ocog, noc, olympic games, fig (federation internationale de gymnastique), iihf (international ice hockey federation) etc. sports regulation: Doping & the world anti-doping agency, etc. sports reporting in the office, in the field and the public: the purpose of sports reporting, sources, contacts books, official information press releases conferences, the reporter s notebook, reports traditional ways Vox pops and blogs, etc What is a sports feature: finding the peg or angle, profiles, opinions and editorial Journalism ethics and sport: Media ownership and control, gain complimentary skills, learners are encouraged to also study either Radio Programme Production QQI level 5 or Radio journalism Techniques (city & guilds) advertised in this booklet* PleASe nOte: separate registration and examination fees will have to be paid to iCM. See for tutor. High level of information provided in a new subject area, relevant and applicable content provided each week. olivia Galvin, limericknewhobby & leisure pursuits39sports nutrition (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde HL020tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN SPoRTS NuTRITIoN 6N4651participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop knowledge, skill and competence in learning the concepts and principles underpinning nutrition, energy sources and energy usage within an active living, exercise, sports and or weight management context. prograMMe Descriptionrole of macronutrients and micronutrients in the diet and the contribution they make to sport and exercise aerobic and anaerobic energy pathways the importance of carbohydrates, glycemic index causes and effects of dehydration and the level, type and timing of fuel and fluid intake Basal Metabolic rate (BMr) health risks of being overweight nutritional ergogenic aids and supplements Disordered eating Body composition of a subject effective forms of exercise for weight managementnote: it is recommended that learners should take the QQi level 5 programme in nutrition or equivalent before entering on this programme. note: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickIndividuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feeshobby & leisure pursuits40sPorts PsYCHoLogY (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde HL017wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN SPoRTS PSyCholoGy 6N4665participant profilethis programme is suitable for athletes, coaches, sports coordinators, development officers, physiotherapists or those with an interest in sport and want to learn about how psychology applies to sport. it will equip learners with the skills and competence to apply psychological principles in the coaching of teams and to help change the behaviours of athletes in order to improve performance. sport psychology is continually growing in ireland. this has been aided by the success of irish sports teams and individuals who have employed the services of sport psychologists hurlers footballers and rugby players winning their respective finalsprograMMe Description understand the role of the sports psychologist and the relationship between psychology and performance learn how to design and deliver intervention strategies to improve sports performance anxiety evaluation of different approaches to motivation in sport influence of leaders and role models in sporttopics to be covered: the Development of sports psychology sports psychology and performance arousal, stress and anxiety concept of Motivation in sport goal setting leadership and coaching note: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickIndividuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feeshobby & leisure pursuits41nutrition (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde HL021wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN NuTRITIoN 5N2006participant profilethis programme would be of interest to individuals who are interested in food, what different food groups can do in your body, the nutritional composition of food and how nutrition can affect your health and Description the functions of food, specifying the different classes of nutrients and their main functions examine the energy values of the different food types Basal metabolic rate (BMr) and reference nutrient intake (rni) and the factors that can alter BMr the role of each type of fat (monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated) and fatty acids in relation to health and the effects of the deficiency and excess intake of fat sources of fat, carbohydrates and protein in the irish diet the functions, sources and deficiency symptoms of minerals importance of fibre in the diet and the effects of a low and a high carbohydrate diet essential and non-essential amino acid role of vitamins and minerals in maintaining good health and the reference nutrient intake (rni) and why certain groups of people are at high risk of suffering vitamin and mineral deficiencies specific nutritional needs and the factors that influence the eating habits of infants, children, adolescents, adults and the elderly eu regulations and the current dietary recommendations of the Department of health the main categories of food additives the causes, symptoms and effects of anorexia nervosa, bulimia and obesity the role and impact of diet in a range of diseases and illnesses coronary heart disease and hypertension, links between diet and types of cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes and dental healthnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickApply & leisure pursuits42soCCer gAMes strAtegies For Co ACHes AnD MentorsPrOgrAMMe COde HL014tuEsDay 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 100 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for junior soccer coaches and managers, players, sports mentors, supporters and those with an interest in the increasingly important area of soccer analytics. not really suitable for younger underage coaches, say u14 down. in addition to augmenting existing knowledge, this programme will assist team mentors to taper training sessions and develop overall team playing performance strategy, through notational (pen & paper) methods. this will be a pro-active module with delivery including interactive classroom discussion and case studies. (Despite the name, no mathematics involved).prograMMe Description1. hiStOry - Why analytics? origin of match analysis. notational vs. Motion system. integrating Business Models (strategy - Benchmarking - six sigma). Moneyball . Development of system. looking behind the figures. use of data from other deAd BAll SituAtiOnS - importance of set plays. What are the most effective corners? threat anD opportunity. free Kicks. throw-ins. goal-kicks. penalties - stand upright or pick a side? past history. in-depth analysis. Zero sum true or fAlSe? - are teams most vulnerable after scoring? should you punt on american football on 4th down? are teams more galvanized when down to 10 players? What is home field advantage? Defence wins championships?4. OPen PlAy - shots on goal. possession football. physical Movement. What constitutes a fast break ? sources of goals. 4-3-3, 4-4-2 or another formation?5. AnAlySiS - team, unit and individual audit. feedback loop. applied coaching : not suitable for younger under age coaches under 14 downnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickhobby & leisure pursuits43PHotogrAPHY Digit AL (lightrooM) (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde HL012thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN dIGITal PhoToGRaPhy 6N3589participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who are proficient with photography and wish to enhance their skills in digital photography and post-production imaging. it aims to provide enhanced techniques and knowledge that are current in the photography Description evaluate the role of digital photography as a contemporary medium of communication. Digital photography workflow including planning , shooting and processing. using the develop tool suite to correct image appearance. using lightroom presets and creating personal pre-set styles that can be applied to your images. Batch processing of multiple images and Digital cross processing techniques. Demonstrate creativity through research and the practice of photography advanced photo processing using the brush tools, gradients and healing tools. the use of raW files and the advantages /disadvantages of this file type. generate a portfolio of photographs of a high standard suitable for public a slr or a compact camera with slr features is a requirement for this : Beginners sLr CAM er AsPrOgrAMMe COde HL025tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120 MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis module is suitable for individuals who wish to acquire skills and knowledge in digital and/or film slr cameras. learners will also produce trade processed colour and b/w Description cameras: introduction and overview of the main high street digital and film slr cameras Digital: introduction to camera photo manipulation, post production software and printers techniques: taking photographs, lenses, dedicated and independent flash speed-lights practicals: photo shoots using available, domestic, on camera flash and night photography introduction to studio portrait photographyowning a slr Digital camera is a requirement for this programme. note: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & leisure pursuits44PHotogrAPHY teCHniQues - sLr DigitAL & FiLM CAMerAs* (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde HL026wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 200 MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN PhoToGRaPhIC TeChNIQueS 5N1538participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who are familiar with the basic operation of an slr camera and compact cameras with slr features. the learner will develop skills and techniques used by professional Description Practicals: photo shoots on location, in the studio and relevant to the award certificate Cameras: Main features of a digital/film slr and professional compact camera Camera accessories: lenses, flash, tripods, storage cards, power supplies Studio: overview of studio lighting digital: post photo shoot production software and printers techniques: taking photographs, lenses, flash techniques and studio flash accessories darkroom: introduction to B/W printing using c41 B/W film Portfolio: Build a portfolio of photographs for submission to QQi level 5 Minor award in photography techniquesowning a slr or a compact camera with slr features is a requirement for this programme* Broad module covering all aspects of Photography techniquesPHotogrAPHY DigitAL - sLr DigitAL CAMerA* (QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde HL027MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 200 MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN dIGITal PhoToGRaPhy 5N1270participant profilethis programme will offer a broad and comprehensive overview to the theory and practice of digital photographic production. it will provide the learner with critical and academic skills who may wish to pursue further education or employment within the digital photography Description Skills: acquire skills in many aspects of digital photography capture with emphasis on 35mm slr cameras, lenses and accessories Software: develop skills in photo manipulation using adobe photoshop and photo presentation software Photo-shoots: emphasis on themes relevant to the awarding certificate Portfolio: Build a portfolio of photographs for submission to QQi level 5 Minor award in photography techniquesowning a slr Digital camera is an requirement for this programme.* strong emphasis on digital imaging and manipulation. no studio & leisure pursuits45tHerAPY AnD reLAXAtion teCHniQues PrOgrAMMe COde HL038thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is created and sculpted in such a way as to offer you more ease in your life. We all move through life believing that life should be or will be hard. What if we could receive life with more ease and create a flow that not only allows us more strength in dealing with issues but also shows us how to be more open to the sweetness that life has to offer. such sweetness we may not see while being immersed in the daily drama of living and with some simple tools, you may see things differently. the opportunities that before were unseen may emerge and the creativity that you have available to you to create something new or create your way out of your current block, in any area of your life, may become visible and a reality. prograMMe Description ease of mind relax your mind into a new way of being, clearing out unwanted thoughts and learning how to establish a new way of receiving and perceiving. guidance a realistic and doable approach to seeing and experiencing your life in a more useful way. tools you will be exposed to a set of tools which will help you in dealing with day to day drama and stresses, where some are just a fact of life while others can be dissolved. application you will be guided on how to apply these teachings in a way that is different and will offer you more ease with their conscious implementation. takeaway you will meet a different way of living, a different way of choosing and a lighter way of sensing your way through life, empowering you to believe that you are the navigator and creator of your own life. opportunity this is an opportunity to see life in a different way, are you ready to choose it? relax a time to learn how to wistfully meditate drawing each evening to a close, following the energy of the & leisure pursuits46reAL street DAnCe (originAL HiP HoP stYLes) PrOgrAMMe COde HL039tuEsDay - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120 accrEDitatioN badGe oF SkIll: lIMeRICk RoCkeRS CRu & CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilehip hop is a very misunderstood culture. there is a new more academic and technical approach to specific hip hop styles that will give you the correct knowledge and skills to both learn and teach this complex dance form. this dance form is suitable for those who teach these styles or want to learn these styles in depth and go on to teach, perform, compete (battle) or cypher (social dance circle).. prograMMe Description technical training and breakdown of moves found in bboying / bgirling(breakdance) consisting of foundation in five elements of this very athletic dance. footwork (downrocking or floorwork). toprock / uprock (standup styles). powermoves (rotational difficult moves or spins). freezes (balance). flips (acrobatics). three levels of difficulty resulting in bronze, silver and gold level standard. foundation in Bodypopping (electric, mechanical, illusion, mime) locking (old soul train style, poses, cartoon character). house (intricate steps based on mainly footwork fusing from many styles like tap, african, social party, Jazz, lindy hop, charleston).this programme will be delivered by Barry Burke; the well-known limerick dance/hip hop & leisure pursuits47MinDFuLness - eXPLoring AnD Living A MinDFuL LiFePrOgrAMMe COde HL018tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profileliving life on Purpose!the main aim of this life changing course in Mindfulness is rooted in eastern spiritual traditions involves deliberately bringing our attention into in the present moment with open-hearted awareness and with an attitude of kindness towards ourselves. Developing Mindfulness helps us to find calm and stability in our relationships with ourselves and others in the midst of our busy, stressful lives. this course can be tailored to suit group sizes, interests and Description What is Mindfulness? the mind body connection, Mindfulness meditation the spirit life- mind connection. discovering Self Compassion: What is self-compassion, Being kind to yourself, listening to your body, emotional mastery, pathways to self-compassion. in Practice: caring for ourselves, caring for others, harmony & Balance in life and living, relationship with self. Mindfulness & Stress: Body mindfulness, Meditation for stress and anxiety, transforming fear, Mind food. Mindful eating, rest and exercise: peace in every step, inner peace and coping skills needs: higher and Basic, effects on Mental health and inner strength. eft: What is eft?, its uses, energy psychology, how to use it. Meditation 101: What is Meditation?, Why Meditate?, techniques: focusing, posture & Breath, Music alpha Beta, Mantras & affirmations, nature, autogenic conditioning, Visualisation, Just Watching Mindful observer, contemplation, lectio Divina, scribo Divina., present Moment awareness (om namaya shivaya), smells, environment, pilgrimage, clearing exercises, planting seeds daily (peace practice), silent stillness, conversations with the higher self, Mull it over Q&a with the inner Wizard. note: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, usApply & leisure pursuits48reFLeXoL ogY - An introDuCtion PrOgrAMMe COde HL032wED 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for learners that wish to gain an understanding of what reflexology is about. it is ideal for those who simply want a general understanding of how reflexology works or for those who in the future wish to pursue studies that are fully registered reflexology diplomas. you will learn how the feet and hands are mapped out and also learn some simple and basic reflexology massage techniques to use on friends and is a complementary therapy that involves specific deep massage techniques usually associated with the feet. reflexology believes that our organs and skeletal system are mapped out on our feet and through the massaging of specific areas of the feet, one can help balance the body s system and allow an overall relaxing Description What is reflexology? the history of reflexology. the benefits of reflexology. how the feet and hands are mapped out. some specific reflexology techniques. some hand reflexology and hand massage hand massage students may be asked to bring in their own pillow and : this course is simply an introductory taster course that does not allow learners to practice professionally after completion, however will assist learners with future professional course choices . tutor Qualifications level 3 Diploma in reflexology aBc awards uK (2011) level 4 Mastership in reflexology inspira academy of reflexology, cardiff (2011) reiki 2 practitioner level (2007) fully registered & insured member of: national register of reflexologists ireland (nrri), association of registered complementary health therapists of ireland (archti) reiki federation ireland (rfi)note: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, usApply & leisure pursuits49CreA tive Writing: introDuCtionPrOgrAMMe COde HL003wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is aimed at anyone who enjoys writing and who wishes to develop skills and confidence in creativity whether in the area of fiction, poetry or memoir. creativity and idea-generating skills will be built through a mixture of group and individual work as participants are guided in creating, shaping and developing their ideas. the programme will also provide an introduction to the various aspects of the craft of Descriptionthrough creative participation, the learners will learn to: identify and understand different kinds of ingredients which can be used in a story or poem hooks, image, plot form etc. Build confidence in their verbal creative abilities through simple improvisation stimulate their imagination to produce new ideas contribute creatively to group creations Develop ideas into full-length stories or poems edit and shape their writingnote: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, & leisure pursuits50tHe goLD WitHinPrOgrAMMe COde HL004wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 150 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is dedicated to helping you make conscious decisions in your personal Development and courageously follow through on them. the programme will help you learn to live more consciously, to summon the courage to face the unfaceable parts of your life, and to solve the deep problems you ve not yet been able to solve. you will learn practical ideas to make important changes in your life, both big and small, so you can get your life on track and start living up to your Description confidence - is the key to living your dreams you are what you think learn to reach your goals - automatically and effortlessly Develop the perseverance you need to succeed Manage your stress once and for all Motivation - cultivate burning desire to keep you moving towards your goals overcoming procrastination - defeat the thief of time courage - summon the inner strength to take action in spite of fear Work/career - build a career you are truly passionate about Momentum - develop the ongoing habit of success that keeps your energy and enthusiasm high problem solving - confront and solve the hard problems of life, from business to relationships Balance - enjoy the feeling of inner peace by balancing all areas of your life fulfillment - experience pervasive lifelong fulfillment by living consciously according to your deepest values and beliefs consciousness - raise your awareness and live more consciously than ever before note: this programme may take place at the further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, usApply & professional51business & professionaLfind usbusiness & professional52HuMAn resourCes MAnAgeMent (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP007thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN huMaN ReSouRCe MaNaGeMeNT 6N3750participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to gain the knowledge, skill and competence in human resource management principles to enable the learner to apply these to the planning, organising, implementation, evaluation and revision of human resource management practices for the attainment of organisational goals. prograMMe Description history, principles and practice of human resources Management employment relations human resources planning, recruitment and selection training and Development and performance ManagementBL ogging - Writing onLinePrOgrAMMe COde BP026MoN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis course is aimed at learners who wish to learn more and explore possibilities about writing and publishing material online. it s ideal for learners who want to gain the skills needed to start and maintain a blog. prograMMe Description Developing an idea into a Blog setting up a presence online Writing for your Blog Working with other writers pr and Marketing social Media for Bloggers Vlogging Blogs and camerasfind usbusiness & professional53DigitAL MArketing (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP033wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 aWaRd IN dIGITal MaRkeTING 5N1364participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to gain a qualification in Digital Marketing as well as build an effective online presence. interested learners could include business people , marketing professionals or anyone managing a corporate website. ideally learners will have a basic knowledge of computers and be aware of what the main social media platforms and tools Description social Media overview, email marketing, search engine optimisation, pay per click advertising Video and mobile marketing, blogging google web analytics and social media sites such as twitter, facebook, linkedin anaysis, development, implementation and control of digital marketing campaigns e-tools to include social media marketing, blogs, seo etc customised digital marketing campaigns and evaluation Digital marketing strategy using appropriate e tools Monitoring digital marketing campaigns using web analytics, social media etc how to create facebook, twitter and linked in accounts and how to use them effectively for businessIndividuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesbusiness & professional54CriMinoLogY (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP048MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CRIMINoloGy 5N2107participant profilethis course is suitable for those interested in the study of crime, the causes of crime, types of crime, punishment, crime prevention, and the fear of crime. it will equip learners with the knowledge and skills to analyse characteristics, effects and consequences of criminal activities and recognise appropriate ways of dealing with criminal Description introduction to the history and theory of crime socio and economic factors affecting criminal behaviour Key characteristics of a range of crimes burglary, youth, cyber, organised crime the function of society in relation to criminology and crime causation: socio-economic factors, the media, politics and community Drugs and crime criminal Justice system - role of the gardai, the prison system, the probation service, the Dpp alternatives to prison as a form of punishmentPAYroLL: MAnuAL & CoMPuteriseD(QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP023MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN PayRoll - MaNual & CoMPuTeRISed 5N1546participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain payroll records manually and on computer in a small to medium sized Description Manual payroll: gross pay; net annual tax; cumulative, emergency and temporary tax systems; p45, p60, p30, p35; prsi; refunds; budgets etc. computer principles: file management functions; range of computerised payroll packages, data accuracy, security and confidentiality; Data protection act etc. computerised payroll: company/employee details; pay frequency; payment types; non-statutory deductions; payroll management reports; print statutory documents etc. this programme is based on sage software usagebusiness & professional55Business LAW (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP012tuEs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN buSINeSS laW 5N2091participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to gain the knowledge, skill and competence in business law aimed at developing the learners understanding of the irish legal system, and how irish and eu law impacts on the irish business environment and work practices. prograMMe Description the irish legal System: features of the legal system /sources of irish law, court proceedings and personnel within the irish legal system and the impact of eu legislation on irish law / formation and dissolution of a range of business structures to include sole traders, partnerships and companies Contract law: the nature of contract and a valid contract /offer, acceptance, consideration, expressed and implied terms, exclusion clauses, conditions and warranties / breach and discharge of a contract and misrepresentation, duress, undue influence and breach of contract Commercial law: consumer protection legislation / sale of goods and supply of services, hire purchase and leases, negotiable instruments and the creation and termination of principal and agent agreements Consumer Credit: Main provisions of consumer credit legislation, the roles and functions of regulatory bodies and the procedures for making complaints /consumer protection and consumer rights, to include, sale of goods and supply of services, hire purchase agreements, consumer information and defective products, the roles and functions of regulatory bodies, the role of the small claims court and procedures for making claims employment law:employment legislation / employment contracts, the duties and responsibilities of employers and employees and the roles and functions of industrial relations and employment rights and dispute resolution agencies/ health and safety legislation / changes in irish and eu business law /commercial contract, documents and agreements / to resolve problems and propose solutionsnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickfind usbusiness & professional56tAXAtion (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP008wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN TaXaTIoN 6N4167participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to acquire the skills and knowledge needed for taxation practices and principles. it will enable participants to work in an administrative capacity in the taxation process working independently or as a supervisor overseeing the work of others. this programme is also ideal for learners looking to progress to higher education and Description examine the seven main taxes in ireland in detail, including income tax, prsi, capital gains, capital acquisition, Vat, corporation tax and stamp Duty analyse relevant tax returns and records required for a typical business to include online payments research the effect of taxation policy on trade structures Detailed reports on a range of pension schemes processes involved in completing annual accounts and tax returnsnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickHuMAn resourCes (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP005tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN huMaN ReSouRCeS 5N3586participant profilethe purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to understand the role of human resource Management with an organisation and to apply these concepts in the Description to enable the learner to develop an understanding of the fundamental concepts of human resource Management within an organisation to enable the learner develop an appreciation of the contribution human resource management can make to the overall success of the organisation to facilitate the learner demonstrate an awareness of the various human resource processes which could be implemented in an organisation the role of training and development the recruitment and selection process Motivation theories and techniques and their application to the workplace performance management strategies, grievance, discipline and conflict resolution relevant legislationnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickbusiness & professional57eMPLoYMent LAW (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP024thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN eMPloyMeNT laW 6N4322participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence in the principles of employment law and the statutory frameworks which regulate the employment Description employment law principles and provisions and of the irish legal system and the influence of european law on irish employment law. individual employment rights to include discrimination, maternity, adoptive and parental leave, part-time and fixed-term work, agency work, payment of wages etc. the contract of employment within the context of scenarios to include terms and conditions, pay and pension, termination, dismissal, leave, duties. employer response to the impact of Data protection and freedom of information in the management and maintenance of employee information in the workplace. the role of employment legislation and institutions in combatting discrimination and harassment to promote equality in workplace. assess the facts in defined breaches of employment law and legal procedures of redress and remedies. understanding of the status, interpretation and implementation and implementation of collective bargaining. legal significance of human resource grievance and disciplinary policies and procedures. legislative framework of health, safety and welfare at work regulations. the role and function of labour relations institutions and trade unions and the legal procedures of redress. the impact of employment law in vocational usApply & professional58BookkeePing: MAnuAL & CoMPuteriseD(QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP004tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN bookkeePING (MaNual & CoMPuTeRISed) 5N1354participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with little or no experience of manual bookkeeping and who wish to develop their knowledge and skills to record transactions in a manual and computerised bookkeeping environment, especially within a small aiMslearners who successfully complete this programme will: acquire an understanding of basic bookkeeping concepts and terminology acquire the knowledge and skills to record transactions in a manual accounts system and draw up a trial balance understand the main components of a computer system, and acquire the skills to carry out various bookkeeping tasks appreciate the importance of data accuracy and confidentiality in financial transactionsprograMMe Description preparing: sales/purchase/bank lodgments/bank payments/petty cash books & Vat forms company: create and register setting up: Vat rates/bank accounts/ledgers; customer/supplier accounts; product details enter Documents: sales/purchase/bank lodgments/bank payments/petty cash/invoicesthis programme is based on Sage software AiL DisPLAY (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP026thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ReTaIl dISPlay 5N1861participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to acquire or update skills in the area of retail display. the programme would appeal to anyone working in a retail setting or learners who wish to prepare for employment in retail display or visual merchandising. learners will have the opportunity to plan and construct retail displays applying a range of Description Different types of display Merchandising selling positions Display techniques thematic Displays use of colour in merchandising and display use of graphics in display contribution of lighting to displaybusiness & professional59reCePtion AnD Front oFF iCe ski LL s in Hos PitAL it Y/HoteL & tourisM inDustrY (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP050tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ReCePTIoN 5N1407PrograMME locatioN ledP RoXboRo, ChIldeRS Road, lIMeRICkparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence in reception and front office in hospitality/hotel & tourism aiMs skills, functions and responsibilities of a receptionist represented within the hotel/ hospitality industry key policies, structures of the hotel/hospitality industry how to source information from the internet, reservation systems, postal services, courier calls and message service apply a range of communications skills including personal, interpersonal and technological proficiencies produce reception material to include inventory of equipment, stock requisitions, petty cash system, function diary, post log, and telephone message how to respond quickly in pressurized reception related circumstances requiring fast and efficient comeback Display a professional approach to receiving customers, use effective customer service skills how to display a professional approach in handling customer complaints and use initiative around unexpected customers present a range of documents including order forms, invoices, and general administration skills within the context of hotel and hospitality ADMinistrAtion (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP041MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI MINoR aWaRd IN buSINeSS adMINISTRaTIoN SkIllS 5N1610participant profilethis programme is suitable for those with an interest in business administration. it aims to equip the participant with the knowledge, skill and competence in the administration requirements of a range of organisations to enable the participant to operate effectively in a variety of administration Description the organisation finance and Business controls Banking & insurance human resources preparing for Meetings processing Business Documents assessment: two assignments with one examinationbusiness & professional60reCePtion AnD FrontLine oFFiCe skiLLs (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP047wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ReCePTIoN 5N1407participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence in the concepts and principles underpinning reception and frontline office Description skills, functions and responsibilities of a receptionist or front line office representative within an organisation products, services, key policies, structures and personnel of an organisation the range of telecommunications network equipment used within a reception and or front office context how to source information from the internet, reservation systems, postal services, call and or courier logs and messaging service aspects of safety and health at work legislation pertaining to working within a reception context information flows within an organisation apply a range of communication skills including personal, interpersonal and technological proficiencies how to operate a range of equipment in the reception area produce reception material to include notices, inventory of equipment, stock requisitions, petty cash system, diary, post log, visitors log and telephone messages how to respond quickly in pressurized reception related circumstances requiring fast and efficient comeback Display a professional approach to receiving visitors, use effective customer service skills and use initiative around unexpected visitors and maintain composure when dealing with complaints present a range of documents including order form, invoices and processing travel expenses apply a range of general administrative skills within the reception and or front office context filing, booking and preparing for board meetings or conferences etc. note: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickReally enjoyed the course, taught very well and was very in depth. Well worth travelling for Marie lawler, Co. Carlowbusiness & professional61sAF et Y AnD He AL tH At Work (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP024thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN SaFeTy aNd healTh aT WoRk 5N1794participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to promote, maintain and apply the principles and procedures of health and safety in the Description safety, health and Welfare at Work act, 2005; health and safety authority safety statement; safe and healthy working practices risk factors, hazard identification and risk assessment in the workplace; mechanical and electrical equipment; safe lifting and handling techniques accidents - causes, prevention, procedures, reporting and recording fire-related issues - causes, prevention, procedures, equipment etc. safety signs; first aid kit; infection control M AnAge Ment (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP029wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN SuPeRvISoRy MaNaGeMeNT 6N4329participant profilethis programme is ideal for those looking to acquire the relevant knowledge, skill and competence to work in a range of industry sectors independently in a supervisory Description examine the duties and responsibilities of the supervisory Manager current industry standards, guidelines and practices that affect the work environment code of conduct, in-house and contract staff, membership of associations, trade unions understand key steps required in recruitment, communications with clients and colleagues while maintaining an effective standard of service examine work place systems designed to promote efficiency: work rosters, maintenance schedules, work-related records and communication logs train and evaluate staff using industry standards assessing the suitability and performance of the individual and identification of opportunities for personal developmentnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickfind usbusiness & professional62trAining AnD DeveLoPMent (train the trainer aDVanceD certificate) (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP038tuEs - - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 520 oR 260 PeR Module accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 SPeCIal PuRPoSe aWaRd IN TRaINING aNd develoPMeNT 6S3372this new and more comprehensive programme is the replacement for the old fetac train the trainer award e30179 and leads to a full special purpose award 6s3372 as part of QQi s common awards system. participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to identify training and development needs to deliver and evaluate a training intervention (programme) within a range of training and development contexts. participants are presented an in depth practical and comprehensive theoretical knowledge of roles, function and delivery of training in any environment. the programme is designed to give the participant a solid foundation into the presentation skills, knowledge of how to design interventions or programmes, skills to assess and evaluate the content and quality of a training programme and typical practical practices of trainers. the programme leads to a qualification beneficial to any business or environment where there is a need to provide, promote and deliver information, procedures or knowledge to an individual learner or group of training delivery and evaluation module component is the new direct replacement for the original train the trainer QQi component. A learner can register for this single component Only if they wish. We would recommend that learners complete both module components to receive the special purpose award in training and development. (Advanced Certificate).prograMMe Descriptionto complete this award, participants must complete the following components:training Delivery and Evaluation 6N3326training Needs identification and Design 6N3325(see next page for details) prograMMe - weekstraining Delivery and evaluation (train the trainer) - weekstraining needs identification & Designlearners will have the flexibility to complete both components during the 12 week period and achieve the full award or alternatively learners can select one module only, if they prefer to do & professional63training needs identification and design this programme is suitable for those who wish to become familiar with the functions, process, purpose and benefits of training and development. it will also enable participants to assess approaches and techniques in conducting training needs analysis. internal and external environmental factors influencing training and development requirements concepts of learning, training, development and education purpose of training and development in an organisational and or individual setting training needs analysis (tna) and instructional system Design (isD) models Barriers to training and attitudes to training in an organisation training plans, prioritised training and cost benefit analysis how to design a training intervention, that incorporates a range of design factors how to develop appropriate training content performance management approaches in the context of identifying training and development needstraining delivery and evaluation (train the trainer)this programme is suitable for those who wish to become familiar with the approaches, tools and techniques used in the evaluation of a training intervention and acquire the comprehensive skills required in the development, delivery and evaluation of a training intervention. concepts and theories underlying the delivery and evaluation of training interventions the effectiveness of a training session how to appraise a range of evaluation models, approaches, tools and techniques learn how to deliver appropriate training content and materials using a range of training aids constructive feedback how to apply a comprehensive range of specialised training delivery and evaluation skills learn how to devise a training evaluation process Very happy I discovered the evening classes here, a very positive educational experience, highly recommended. eamonn Smith, Training and developmentbusiness & professional64AD vertising (icM single suBJect )PrOgrAMMe COde BP055tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT profilethis course is aimed to at learners with an interest in advertising and promotion. prograMMe Description advertising and the Marketing function advertising and the marketing mix types of advertising consumer, industrial, trade, retail, financial, recruitment advertising the advertising agency role of the advertising agency, the commission system, service agencies, Media independents, a la carte agencies, agency personnel, advertising agency jargon advertising Media above-the-line the press radio television cinema outdoor and transportation etc. advertising Media Below-the-line types of media and their applications sales promotion sponsorship Direct Mail and Direct response exhibitions copywriting Writing copy that sells, copy devices, copy elements layout and typography planning the advertisement, Design and layout, typography, television commercials printing processes the five main processes, choice of process public relations Differences between public relations and advertising corporate advertising advertising research law and ethics of advertising planning and executing an advertising campaign * PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page usbusiness & professional65Business LAW (icM single suBJect )PrOgrAMMe COde BP056thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT profilethis programme is suitable for those that have an interest in Business law and wish to gain an icM single subject qualification. prograMMe Description formation of contract terms of contract Vitiating factors Discharge of contract agency sale of goods Definition of a contract for the sale of goods consumer credit and protection consumer credit consumer protection torts negligence nuisance Defamation company law the nature of a company formation of a company Memorandum and articles Meetings liquidations and other insolvency procedures Directors partnershipslearners should make familiarize themselves with the British consumer rights act 2015 and other parts of uK law for the purposes of examination in this subject. see: * PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page & professional66Business MAnAgeMent & ADMinistrAtion (icM single suBJect )PrOgrAMMe COde BP057thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT QualIFICaTIoNparticipant profilethis course is aimed to equip students with the necessary skills to manage and aims to equip students with business analytical skills that are relevant to Business Management & administration as a whole. prograMMe Description the organisational Background to Business administration the Management framework to Business administration characteristic features of organisations the structure of Business enterprises & types functions within organisations the production function the purchasing function the research and Development function the Marketing function personnel Department, the administrative officer s role, office administration, other responsibilities of the administrative officer, * PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page & professional67MArketing MAnAge Ment (icM single suBJect)PrOgrAMMe COde BP059MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT profilethis course is aimed to equip students with the necessary skills to make informed marketing plans and decisions and aims to equip students with some of the analytical skills that are relevant to the study of Marketing Management as a whole. prograMMe DescriptionMarketing Management: the critical role of Marketing in organisations & society laying the groundwork through strategic planning Managing the Marketing process & Marketing planningAnalysing Marketing Opportunities: Marketing information systems & Marketing research analysing the Marketing environment analysing consumer Markets & Buyer Behaviour analysing Business Markets & organisational Buying Behaviour analysing competitorsresearching & Selecting target Markets: Measuring & forecasting Market Demand identifying Market segmentation & selecting target Marketsdesigning Marketing Strategies: Marketing strategies for Differentiating & positioning the Marketing offer Developing, testing & launching new products & services Managing products through their product life cycle Deciding on international Market entry Methods of entry international Marketing programmesPlanning Marketing Programmes: Managing product lines, Brands & packaging Managing service Business & ancillary services Designing pricing strategies & programmes selecting & Managing Marketing channels Managing retailing & Wholesaling Designing communication & promotion-Mix strategies Designing effective advertising programmes Designing Direct Marketing, sales-promotion & public relations programmes Managing the sales force Managing Direct Marketing operations implementing Marketing programmescontrolling Marketing activities* PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page & professional68nuMer ACY & stAtisti Cs - inter Preting & An ALY sing inFor MA tion (icM single suBJect)PrOgrAMMe COde BP060thurs DuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT profilethis course is aimed to equip students with the necessary skills to interpret information, carry out calculation and interpret the results of that information and later, to equip students with some of the analytical skills that are relevant to the study of Business studies as a whole. prograMMe Description using a Calculator: approximations, estimation, Degrees of accuracy, the Keys of a calculator, standard form fractions: types of fraction, equivalent fractions, operations involving fractions, the conversion Between fractions & Decimal fractions ratio and Proportion: ratio, Division in a given ratio, Direct proportion, scale Diagrams & Models Measurement: Metric and imperial units, conversion Between Metric & imperial units Percentages: percentages, finding a percentage of an amount, increasing & Decreasing an amount by a given percentage, expressing one Quantity as a percentage of another Wages & Salaries: Basic pay, overtime rates, commission, piecework, Deductions from pay travel: foreign currency, time, timetables, sampling, surveys, Questionnaires: surveys, censuses, samples, sampling Methods, Bias, Questionnaires, pilot surveys, hypothesis testing Classification & tabulation of data: tabulation, classification of Data, tally charts, tables Statistics on display: pictorial representation of Data, pictograms, Bar charts, pie charts, line graphs, frequency polygons, Drawing inferences from Diagrams Averages & range: the arithmetic Mean, the Mode, the Median, the use of Mean, Mode & Median, the Mean & Median of a frequency Distribution, range Cumulative frequency: the cumulative frequency curve (or ogive), the Median, the interquartile range, percentiles Probability: introduction, probability from theory and experiment, simple probabilities, simple laws of addition, possibility space, networks & Decision, trees: networks, Decision trees, Algebra: the Basics of algebra, indices, Brackets, common factors, equations, harder equations, trial & improvement, flow Diagrams, sequences, formulae, graphs: graphs & curves, the interpretation of graphs, graph plotting, conversion graphs, cartesian coordinates, straight line graphs, gradients & intercepts, geometrical Shapes: lines & angles, polygons, circles & angles, tessellations, 2D, representation of 3D objects, Mensuration: perimeters of polygons, area, the circumference and area of a circle, Volume, time & travel, business & professional69 graphs: Distance-time graphs with straight lines, Distance-time graphs with curves, Velocity-time graphs, growth & Decay, further Algebra: simultaneous equations, inequalities, removing Brackets, rearranging formulae, examinatinons: March and May * PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page DeveLoPM ent 1 (icM single suBJect)PrOgrAMMe COde BP058thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 PluS ICM ReG. 50 STG & ICM eXaM Fee. accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT profilethis course is aimed to at those learners with an interest in human resource administration and Management in an Description introduction to human resource Management human resource Management in context resourcing the organisation labour market theories human resource planning planning Managing change and teamwork Job Design taylorism and Braverman human relations and multi-skilling recruitment and selection the systematic approach, Job descriptions, person specifications, shortlisting testing and interviewing, Key legislation, international perspectives ethical issues* PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page & professional70Pu BL iC reLA tions (icM single suBJect)PrOgrAMMe COde BP061tuEs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT profilethis course is aimed to at learners with an interest in public relations. prograMMe Description Management and Organisation of Public relations: What is pr, external & internal environment, systems theory etc role of Public relations Practitioners Media Context of Contemporary Public relations and Journalism: contemporary media context: the uK media industry, regulation ethics etc Public relations and democracy: conditions for representative democracy, pressure groups, elections and voting Corporate Social responsibility: the social responsibilities of organisations, the demands of public opinion etc international Public relations Public relations as Planned Communications Public relations research and evaluation Audiences and Corporate image: passive and active audiences, stakeholders and publics organisational reputation, image and identity, personality and culture, organisational identity, strategy and process ethics and Professionalism in Public relations: ethics and morality, professionalism, ethical decision-making models etc. Media relations: negotiated news: media relations in practice, Media partnerships internal Communications issues and Crisis Management Managing Community involvement Programmes and Consumer Public relations Business-to-Business and financial Public relations integrated Marketing Communications and Sponsorship Corporate Communications and Public Sector / government Communications Campaigning Organisations and Pressure groups Arts, leisure, entertainment and Celebrity Public relations: role of public relations in the creative industries, Development and maintenance of celebrity image reasons for buying into celebrities future of Public relations: internationalisation of public relations, professionalism Media fragmentation * PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page & professional71str Ategi C M AnAge Ment (icM single suBJect)PrOgrAMMe COde BP062MoN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 : 50 STG accrEDitatioN INSTITuTe oF CoMMeRCIal MaNaGeMeNT SINGle SubjeCT QualIFICaTIoNparticipant profilethis course is aimed to equip learners with the necessary skills to engage in strategic management in an Description nature of strategic Management strategies in action Business Mission external assessment internal assessment strategy analysis & choice strategy implementation, Management issues implementing strategies, other issues: strategy review, evaluation & control* PlEasE NotE: a separate registration and examination fee will have to be paid to icM (see for details)this single subject can be combined with other single subjects to gain a Professional Qualification. note: for further information on registration and entry requirements please see page & professional72Business MAnAge Ment (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP063wED 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN buSINeSS MaNaGeMeNT 6N4310participant profilethis programme is designed for those interested in Business Management, styles and Description explore a range of organisations to include different organisation types, purpose, mission, vision and objectives and structure. investigate the internal environment of an organisation to include a sWot analysis (strengths Weaknesses opportunities threats) analyse the impact of a range of external factors on an organisation to include a pest analysis (political economic social technological examine the need to and various ways that organisation adapt to and manage change explore the role of management within an organisation to include planning, organising, motivating, monitoring, review and control evaluate a range of business management techniques and tools for planning, management control and measuring performance within a business organisation to include budgetary and non-budgetary forms of control and performance indicators examine the difference between management and leadership and the impact of different management and leadership styles on group and individual performance within an organisation appraise the role of human resources function and the human resource tools and techniques used to recruit, select and appraise employees and resolve conflict within an organisation. Design a procedure for a management process within an an appropriate workflow system for a business related task to include documentation of the process, identification of responsibilities and expected outputs. compile a report on a management process to include a review and evaluation of the process evaluate the performance of an individual or group within an organisation to include objectives and performance indicatorsnewApply & professional73Business FinAnCe (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde BP064thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN buSINeSS FINaNCe 6N4165participant profilethis programme is designed for those interested in Business finance. prograMMe Descriptionlearners will be able to: investigate the external environment and regulatory framework with regard to financial reporting within which organisations operate and the types of financial statements organisations are required to produce. analyse financial statements in the context of non-financial to include a rationale for conclusions drawn. evaluate a range of financial statements using ratio analysis to draw appropriate conclusions. evaluate the role and value of budgeting to include the different types of budgets appropriate for use within different contexts. interpret budgeting data and cash flow projections to establish a rationale for planning and decision making purposes. utilise marginal and absorption costing statements to include an analysis of their application in making key management decisions, and a schedule of the differences between both methods. Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of cost classification to include the differences between the different cost behaviors as they react to changes in activity levels. price products and services to include an analysis of margin and mark up and the importance of the time value of money. apply cost Volume profit analysis to include the calculation, illustration and interpretion of the break-even point, margin of safety, and contribution per unit for an organisation. assess different methods of investment appraisal to include a determination of whether or not investments should proceed. calculate the net present Value (npV) and internal rate of return (irr). assess the difference between cash flow and profit and the relevance of cash flow to capital investment appraisal. schedule the uses and sources of short term, medium term and long term funding with reference to financial credit facilities, return on investment (roi), and legal usbusiness & professional74ACC ounting For sMes: M Anu AL & Co MP uteriseD (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde BP003thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN aCCouNTING - MaNual aNd CoMPuTeRISed 5N1348participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to understand the principles and practice of maintaining financial records manually and using integrated accounting software. it will also enable learners to gain the knowledge and skills to support and maintain records in small/medium organisations (sMes). it is preferable that learners have a basic knowledge of double entry Description accounting principles, standards and concepts to include consistency and prudence accounting terms assets and liabilities, debtors and creditors, shareholders, dividends etc. the auditing process, types and purpose of forecasts and budgets computer systems in an accounts environment and the application of integrated accounts systems (ias) in the preparation of financial statements accounting procedures to include processing adjustments, producing final accounts and results, ratios and completing budgets and forecasts file management accounting procedures using ias or manual procedures produce financial statements for a range of organisationsthis programme is based on sage 50 software & professional75internAtionAL reLAtions & seCuritY - WHY Do stAtes MAke WAr? PrOgrAMMe COde BP051thurs 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethe aim of this programme is to examine a variety of information that will provide students with the basis for analysing pressing questions relating to issues of war, peace and security in the world today, involving an examination of current approaches to security. the programme also aims to introduce the student to basic approaches to studying international relations. prograMMe Description Major security topics will be examined, including terrorism, weapons proliferation, intra-state conflict and state failure. understand the basic leading approaches to explaining state behaviour in international politics in the context of historical and contemporary politics international relations / historical examples / international environmental and human rights regimes. leading international organisations, such as the un, Wto, eu, amnesty international - their formal rules and other perspectives collective action problems associated with different areas in international politics. and the conditions for the growth of cross-border trade and finance Debate the relative influence of power, international institutions, domestic interests and international norms in state behaviourfind usApply & professional76important note: all learners will be required to register with icM. Diploma and advanced Diploma programmes require learners to complete an academic history form as part of icM registration. copies of all qualifications and awards obtained by the learner must also accompany the academic history form. entry to an icM Diploma programme requires proof of completion of secondary education or equivalent and / or having worked in full time employment for a minimum of 2 years (letter from employer). the minimum age for registration for the majority of programmes is 18. the icM Diploma in Business studies is awarded on completion of all part 1 and 2 modules. learners may opt to continue their studies by applying for programmes like the icM graduate Diploma in Management studies. entry to the icM advanced Diploma in Business studies ( part 1 of the icM graduation Diploma in Management studies) requires proof of completion of secondary education or equivalent and / or having worked in full time employment for a minimum number of years (letter from employer) as well as evidence of holding a management or senior supervisory position. entry to part 2 of this programme requires completion of all modules in part 1 see Diploma and graduate Diploma ProgrammesChi LdCare & Care ski LL sbusiness & professional77Chi LdCare & Care ski LL sfind uschildcare & care skills78CHiLD DeveLoPM ent (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde CC017tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 270 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN ChIld develoPMeNT 6N1942 participant profilethis programme is suitable for anyone who has completed a QQi level 5 certificate in childcare. ideally it is designed for someone currently working in the childcare sector and wishes to advance to achieve a level 6 Descriptionthis programme is a continuation of child Development, level 5. it is based on the concept of observation and the different methods of how a child s development can be monitored and assessed through a child study. you will require the knowledge and skill to refer to the various theorists and use their theory to enhance the development of the young child. CHiLD DeveLoPM ent (QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde CC006tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 270 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ChIld develoPMeNT 5N1764participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to acquire skills and knowledge of child development from 0-6 years and to promote good practice, equality of opportunity and respect for diversity in lifestyles, religion and Description Child development: nature and nurture interaction; normative development; social, cultural and environmental factors etc. Physical development: conception to birth and pre-natal development; capabilities of newborn child; promote physical development Cognitive and language development: intellectually stimulating environment/importance of language; pre-linguistic and moral development; multilingual environment Social and emotional development: self-image and self-esteem; managing children s behaviour in a childcare setting Primary research in Child development: child observations planning, reporting, evaluation and reflectionfind uschildcare & care skills79eQ uAL it Y & DiversitY in CH iLDCAre (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde CC016wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN eQualITy aNd dIveRSITy IN ChIldCaRe 6N1974participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence in relation to equality and diversity in early childhood, to enable the learner to facilitate optimal development of the child, ensuring benefit from education and care on an equal basis supporting diversity through promoting a sense of belonging and Description equality and diversity concepts as relevant to irish society approaches to diversity education including , assimilation, multicultural, intercultural and anti-bias equality and diversity terminology; including prejudice, discrimination, racism, sexism and abelism etc. current legislation on equality and Diversity, to include equality legislation, the un convention on the rights of the child and the un international convention on the elimination of all forms of racial Discrimination. the role of the adult in promoting children s individual and group identity and their sense of belonging enabling the child to value uniqueness and difference. explore ways of respecting equality and diversity requirements in relation to identity to include , language, gender, social class, disability, age, religion, dietary considerations, ethnic groups, traveller community, marital status and sexual orientation. the importance of having an equality and diversity approach in an ecce ve had a fantastic experience and I thoroughly recommend it. I ll be back next year. Michelle McGuire, Child developmentchildcare & care skills80eArLY CHiLDHooD LiterACY & nuMerACY (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde CC022thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN eaRly ChIldhood lITeRaCy & NuMeRaCy 6N1935participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to support early childhood literacy and numeracy in a specific early childhood care and education (ecce) learning Description concepts, theories and principles underpinning the teaching and learning of literacy and numeracy in a specific ecce setting evaluate the main theoretical approaches and models that explain language and number acquisition in a specific ecce learning context assess a range of resources to support children s language and number acquisition observations evaluating the learning of language and number learn to manage tasks within the parameters of professional conduct including relations with parents, guardians, children and Pro FessionAL DeveLoPM ent (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde CC011MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN PeRSoNal PRoFeSSIoNal develoPMeNT 6N1949participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to utilise a range of advanced personal and interpersonal skills in variety of personal, civic and specific vocational contexts, operating autonomously and or in a supervisory Description the principles and practice of personal development time management to include aids and strategies for good time management problem-solving and decision-making evaluating how organisations manage change strategies to resolve personal or interpersonal conflict Delegating tasks to others, to include appropriate planning, identification of skills etc. strategies to recognise and cope with stress, setback and workplace pressurechildcare & care skills81Individuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence to work effectively and efficiently with young children with additional needs. it aims to provide the participant with an understanding of special needs and associated Description the history of special need legislation and policy development relating to children with additional needs roles, responsibilities and support services available examining the range of approaches in interactions with children with special needs applying good practice to children with additional needs planning appropriate activities Develop an awareness of social, ethical and legal issues in relation to education and careCHiLDren WitH ADDitionAL neeDs (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC022thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ChIldReN WITh addITIoNal NeedS 5N2396childcare & care skills82CHiLDM in Ding PrAC ti Ce (QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde CC008wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ChIldMINdING PRaCTICe 5N1766 participant profilethis programme is designed to provide individuals with opportunities to acquire the skills and knowledge to plan, implement and evaluate a suitable programme of activities for a quality school age childcare settingprograMMe Description to explore the roles and responsibilities of the childminder to facilitate the learner to understand legislation and best practice guidelines to facilitate the learner to acquire the knowledge to engage effectively with children and parents to facilitate the learner to write policies and procedures for a childminding service to assist the learner to develop the academic language, literacy and numeracyeQ uAL it Y AnD DiversitY in C HiLDCAre(QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde CC026tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN eQualITy aNd dIveRSITy IN ChIldCaRe 5N1775participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence to work effectively in a care Description explore core concepts of equality and diversity in irish society analyse various approaches to diversity education examine key terminology and their impact: racism, sexism, ableism, prejudice etc. current legislation explore the role of the adult in promoting children s individual and group identity. understanding approaches to respecting equality and diversity requirements self-awareness our own attitudes, values and assumptions and their impactchildcare & care skills83CHiLDCAre: sio LtA AnD AisteAr, in Prin CiPL e AnD in A Ction PrOgrAMMe COde CC020wED - 6 WeekStuitioN FEE 100 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis is an essential practical and complete program into the early childhood care and education framework already in place for children 0 to 6 years aimed at providing the learner with the fundamental principles and standards of siolta and the themes of aistear. it is aimed at childcare learners who are starting or already completing QQi level 5 and 6 courses in childcare, childcare providers and their staff who want to know how to implement the themes of aistear into their care settings on a daily basisprograMMe Descriptiontheories associated with the siolta and aistear framework, will have a practical application, by learners understanding how to design, create and implement age appropriate developmental activities for children from 0 to 6 years. siolta Birth and history to date siolta what it stands for principles and standards siolta and aistear linked aistear and the four themes - Well Being, identity and Belonging, exploring and thinking, communicatingthe programme supports QQi modules in the early childhood care and education level 5 and 6 D soCiAL stu Dies (QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde CC014thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN SoCIal STudIeS 5N1370participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop an understanding of all aspects of social Description Demonstrate an understanding of sociology the process of socialisation and the agents of socialisation social stratification in irish society class, gender, race/ethnicity the impact of discrimination on individuals in society role and function of the family as a social unit exercise initiative and independence by investigating the experience of discrimination/ discriminating practices encountered learn to design appropriate survey methods questionnaires, interviews, observation investigate strategies to deal with unfamiliar social problemschildcare & care skills84An Ato MY & P HY sio Log Y (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC023thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN aNaToMy aNd PhySIoloGy 5N0749participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to gain knowledge of the structure and function of the human body and an understanding of the interrelationship between the systems of the body. it is also suitable for those who wish to follow a career in the community, health services and nursing studies Description learners will acquire knowledge of the structure and function of the human body recognise the human body as an entity gain an understanding of the interrelationship between the systems of the bodytopics include: skeletal and Muscular system respiratory system circulatory and lymphatic systems Digestive system nervous and endocrine systems reproductive system urinary system skinCHiLD Ps YCH oLog Y (QQi leVel 6) PrOgrAMMe COde CC024wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN ChIld PSyCholoGy 6N2023 participant profilethis programme is suitable for social workers, childcare students and workers, teachers and parents who wish to acquire the knowledge in psychological concepts theory and practice relevant to the developing child from pre-natal to adolescent Description theories of development change and continuity in infancy, childhood and adolescence gender consciousness analysis of different approaches to child behaviour and development role of social, biological and historical perspectives affecting child development Best practice in constructing scientific knowledge on a specific child analysis of how one s self-attitude, values and belief systems derive from young person s learning and development goals factors impacting on the psychological developmental profile of a child note: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickchildcare & care skills85CAre suPPort (WitH Work eXPerienCe) (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC035wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 270 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CaRe SuPPoRT 5N0758 aNd WoRk eXPeRIeNCe 5N0690participant profilethis is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence to work effectively in a care setting. prograMMe Description roles, responsibilities and entitlements of a care worker role of a care worker within the multidisciplinaryhealthcare team learn how to plan and provide enhanced quality care planning and meeting the needs of theindividual client personal planning and growth strategies to improve one s own personal development personal effectiveness as a care worker learn how to reflect on relationships with clients, relatives and multidisciplinary team members and interpersonal issues that arise in care components are combined to give the learner the opportunity to develop their personal knowledge, skills and competence to work effectively in a care setting. it aims to promote good practice and respect for diversity in lifestyle, religion and culture in care are two mandatory components of the full award QQi healthcare support 5M4339. the learner must be in a healthcare setting (employed or volunteer) as minimum of 10 days work experience placement is essential to complete o F t He oLD er Person (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC015MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CaRe oF The oldeR PeRSoN 5N2706participant profilethis programme is designed to equip learners with the knowledge and skills to provide care for the older person in a variety of Description the ageing process Working with the older person caring for the older person with specific needs and care settingsNote: Contact with an older Person would be a requirement as assessment is based on a Project (40%) and a Skills demonstration (60%). Garda vetting can also be facilitated by the College. occupational First aid Training can be arranged based on adequate Manual handling can be arranged based on adequate & care skills86ACtivities oF Living PAtient CAre (QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde CC029wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN aCTIvITIeS oF lIvING PaTIeNT CaRe 5N3707participant profilethis programme is suitable for those interested in caring for patients and wish to gain competence in a range of care techniques including holistic care whilst being part of a healthcare team. the aim is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to provide holistic care for older people in a variety of care settings working under the direction and supervision of nursing and or midwifery Description Work practices in the provision of individualised holistic care for clients to include knowledge of the factors influencing the activities of living patient care analyse the activities of living to include the five main concepts of the model of living and the role of a healthcare assistant in utilising the activities of living summarise the principles of maintaining a safe and hygienic environment to include knowledge of infection, accident , fire and problems with sensory deprivation implement a range of tasks carried out when caring for a patient in a safe environment to include effective communication skills employ the skills of a healthcare assistant in providing care for patients to include an awareness of the importance of nutrition, elimination, fluid balance, weight reporting and correct technique for catheter bag use practice skills involved in pressure area care, personal hygiene, foot care, patient temperature, mobilization and urinalysis Demonstrate competence in a range of care techniques to include observations, manual and electronic counting, recording and reporting of pulse rate, breathing habit and blood pressure Work independently and as part of a healthcare team to respond appropriately to the needs of a client in a care to PsYCH oLog Y (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC013thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN aPPlIed PSyCholoGy 5N0754participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop an understanding of the basic concepts of psychology and aims to equip learners with the knowledge, skills and capacity to understand psychological Description Major psychological perspectives understanding Behaviour application of psychological theory to Work practice research Methods and ethical issues in the study of psychology psychological theory and Behavioural interventionschildcare & care skills87CAre ski LL s (QQi leVel 5) PrOgrAMMe COde CC026tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CaRe SkIllS 5N2770participant profilethis programme is ideal for those looking to gain the knowledge, skill and competence to care for clients while providing and maintaining a hygienic and safe Description identify relevant groups in need of health care examine the physical, emotional, social, psychological and spiritual needs of a range of groups of people, taking into account individual variation identify hygiene needs and discuss prevention of pressure sores Demonstrate a range of interpersonal skills when dealing with clients to include empathy, respect, patience and effective communication give assistance to clients across a broad range, including day to day needs (dressing, grooming, eating, mobility etc.), assistance with care equipment while also enhancing the privacy, dignity, independence and positive self-image of clients in care completing client documentation and reporting changes in the client s condition where appropriatethis is a mandatory component for the QQi lEVEl 5 healthcare support award 5M4339complete tH eor Y AnD Pr AC ti Ce (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC021thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN NuRSING TheoRy aNd PRaCTICe 5N4325participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals interested in the nursing profession or enhancing their skills and knowledge of the work of a carer/nurse in the healthcare environment while emphasising the importance of interpersonal Description the basic requirements in understanding the care and duties of a nurse / carer the role of an Bord altranais (irish nursing Board), the hospital environment and hospital personnel care of the patient with a variety of conditions; medical / surgical Daily routines on a patient, skin, hygiene, toileting, exercise and medications theories of the nursing process practical elements including record of pulse, temperature, blood pressure and fluid balance chart This module is also mandatory for those who wish to pursue the QQI Full awards in Nursing Studies, healthcare Support and Community health & care skills88Le Arning DiFF iCuLtY AWA reness (QQi leVel 6) PrOgrAMMe COde CC041thursDay - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN leaRNING dIFFICulTy aWaReNeSS 6N2210 (SubjeCT To PRoGRaMMe aPPRoval)participant profilethis programme aims to equip the learner with the knowledge, skills and competence to adapt and integrate new approaches for people with specific learning Disabilities into an inclusive learning Descriptionlearners will be able to: Demonstrate awareness of the components of information processing and explore ways in which own learning is processed. identify preferred learning channel and style. outline the range of specific learning Difficulties that exist and the overlap between different splDs. outline the nature of dyslexia, dyspraxia, aD(h)D and asperger s syndrome. Define Dyspraxia and name the difficulties that individuals with Dyspraxia face in training/education and in the workplace. Define Dyslexia and list the difficulties that individuals with Dyslexia face in training/education and in the workplace. Demonstrate understanding of where asperger syndrome sits within the spectrum of specific learning Difficulties. name the types of issues and difficulties facing a person with asperger syndrome. recognise the types of issues and difficulties facing a person with aDD/aDhD. explain the differences in learning channels and styles which may be found in any one class or group. recognise how learning channels and styles are key tools for supporting learners with specific learning processing issues. apply new knowledge to daily activities when working with individuals with Dyslexia. Demonstrate an understanding of adaptations to the environment to meet the needs of individuals with Dyslexia in training/education or in the workplace. Be aware of some of the assistive/adaptive technology suitable for people with Dyslexia. Describe a number of communication strategies which might be applied in a practical & care skills89MentAL He AL tH AWA reness (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde CC035MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN MeNTal healTh aWaReNeSS 6N2209participant profilethe purpose of this programme is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to work independently or in a supervisory capacity in an organisation which provides services to individuals with mental health difficulties. prograMMe Description theory connected with mental health issues and the major classifications of mental illness strategies to promote and maintain positive mental health (mind and body), interventions available in the community barriers to positive mental health, the positive and negative factors which may affect your mental health Models used in understanding mental illness treatment approaches and their application; advantages and disadvantages of treatment approaches and best practice roles of mental health professionals positive supports in the community which promote positive mental health the features of recovery, the recovery process and the recovery movement in ireland the key issues relating to current legislationnote: it is recommended that learners should take the QQi level 5 Course - introduction to Psychology or equivalent before entering on this oo L Age CHiLDCAre (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC001thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN SChool aGe ChIldCaRe 5N1781participant profilethis programme is designed to provide individuals with opportunities to acquire the skills and knowledge to plan, implement and evaluate a suitable programme of activities for a quality school age childcare Description understand the importance of the school age environment Develop an understanding of school age childcare provision understand what is meant by programme of activities acquire the skills, knowledge and competence to plan, implement and evaluate a programme of activities in a school age childcare setting understand the process of evaluationfind uschildcare & care skills90inFeCtion, Prevention AnD ControL (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC007MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN INFeCTIoN, PReveNTIoN aNd CoNTRol 5N3734participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to equip themselves with the knowledge, skill and competence to prevent and control infection within the health services Description Basic principles of infection and the application of standard precautions in relation to infection control infection prevention and control in the healthcare area types of micro-organisms and infection process contact precautions, respiratory precautions and enteric precautions role and functions of the local infection control team cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation procedures Main blood borne viruses role of antibiotics social, antiseptic and surgical hand hygiene techniques in the management of blood and body fluid spillagesCHiLD He AL tH AnD We LL Being (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC004MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ChIld healTh aNd WellbeING 5N1765participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to acquire the skills and knowledge to care for children 0-6 years either in the home or in a childcare Description safety: features of a safe environment; guidelines for outings; hygiene and safety issues for managing pets; emergency procedures; first aid certificate health: personal care routines; infection - routes / prevention; immunization programmes; signs / symptoms of an unwell child; exercises/activities feeding Babies and children: balanced diet; dietary needs; feeding a baby; feeding abnormalities; healthy snack foods; daily food intake log etc. nappy-changing and toileting: clothing and footwear; evaluate a range of nappies and toiletries; nappy changing; bath a baby; toilet training & care skills91childcare & care skills92sP eCiAL nee Ds Assisting (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde CC003MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN SPeCIal NeedS aSSISTING 6N1957participant profilethis programme is designed to provide learners with the knowledge, skill and competence in the theory and practice underpinning the education and care of those who present with special educational needs to enable the learner to assist in the provision of this education and Description evaluate the provision of education for people with special educational needs with reference to current legislation examine relevant theories, skills and processes relevant to curriculum implementation analyse skills that can be used to aid the teacher in the administration of the national curriculum explore the differences between integration and inclusion organise learning opportunities in order to promote independence and DiCAL ter Mino Log Y (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC042wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN MedICal TeRMINoloGy 5N2428 participant profilethis programme is designed to provide the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in the range of medical terminology applicable and relevant specifically to a medical receptionist or secretarial role in a medical practice, clinic and or hospital Description examine a range of medical terminology required by a medical receptionist or secretary. Describe the sources of information available to the medical receptionist or secretary the importance of using correct medical terminology in communicating with patients and medical practitioners apply medical pronunciation and spelling correctly Medical abbreviations used in medical investigations and diagnosis Medical terminology associated with the medical specialities carried out in a hospital, and used in medical reports and summaries preparation of medical reports; ensuring the use of appropriate terminology, language and format explore current relevant legislate regarding health services in ireland newchildcare & care skills93PALL iAtive CAre suPP ort (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CC033wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN PallIaTIve CaRe 5N3769participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to be equipped with the knowledge, skills and competence to enable them to care for and address the needs of a person and their family after the diagnosis of a life-limiting illness, in a dignified, inclusive and holistic Description philosophy and principles of palliative care structure and organisation of palliative care services to include the role played by the multi-disciplinary team and diverse family structures in the provision of care for a terminally ill person role of the support worker in the promotion of key issues in palliative care work exploring different attitudes to death and dying how to employ a range of communication strategies and processes which are central to the work in palliative care how to apply a person-centered approach to caring for a person in the last days of their life skills required to work effectively and with great sensitivity in relation to the dying person and their significant others in a palliative care setting range of skills required from a palliative support worker in relation to end of life caresupport 5M4339. the learner must be in a healthcare setting (employed or volunteer) as minimum of 10 days work experience placement is essential to complete in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesArts & Crafts94media studiesfind usmedia studies95soCiAL Me DiA: BeginnersPrOgrAMMe COde ME018wED - 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 100 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with no previous or limited experience with social media. it is ideal for parents or grandparents who wish to learn more about the ever expanding reach of facebook, twitter, snapchat and more. prograMMe Description introduction to social Media and the websites/apps we use to stay connected. profile the history and evolution of social media and networks setting up and maintaining social media profiles and etiquette involved in daily use. examine the pros and cons of using social media Monitoring social media behaviour and creating awareness around issues including cyber bullying, privacy and MeDiA For Business/sMes PrOgrAMMe COde ME021MoNDay - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 150 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is specifically designed to assist people working in business who are managing social media accounts for their company or organisation. the ideal participant has experience in managing a social media account, and is looking to further their knowledge in the area. learners will have an interest in understanding different platforms and this training is aimed at enabling them to choose the most suitable for their business. it is quite different from the broader digital marketing course. this programme focuses on the employee who has inherited social media as part of their role, and wishes to gain knowledge in this area, particularly in using facebook & instagram Description essential skills needed to effectively manage social media for business. practical examples of campaigns, opportunity to work on their existing accounts, facebook advertising & the facebook pixel how to gain followers on facebook use instagram tools, filters and frames connecting with other businesses using twitter / pinterest platforms and tools - essential tools for social media, scheduling along with advertising on instagram & facebook ad platforms. content creation, create a professional profile via linkedin Difference between free and paid blogsnewmedia studies96Digit AL seLF - Pu BL is Hing (tiPs For Writers AnD Aut Hors) PrOgrAMMe COde ME021tuEs 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is intended for people that have either completed work as writers of fiction or non-fiction, literature or poetry and who wish to engage in Digital self-publishing. prograMMe Description Dispel the myth that Digital self-publishing is too expensive and too complex how poets can also self-publish using digital media how to avoid the pitfalls of digital self-publishing presentation of work before a global audience the importance of the professionally designed book cover without the expense initial Book launches Demystify the route to having works published on amazon, itunes, smashwords, nook, Kobo, Barnes and nobelauthor, fulltime writer John Maher will deliver this essential programme. he is the writer of fictional works including hawkmoon and he also wrote the terror by night the first in a series of novels in the fantasy genre. Based on irish Myth and folklore, this outstanding work has earned glowing reviews. he has personally experienced the pitfalls of digital self-publishing and wants to share his experiences and knowledges with interested participants. newmedia studies97Writing ski LL s For journ AL isM (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME004wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN WRITING SkIllS FoR jouRNalISM 5N2435participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop essential writing skills in order to work in Journalism. it aims to provide learners with the knowledge, skill and ability to produce written copy across a range of writing DescriptionWriting news stories including hard news, human interest stories, court reporting & demonstration of different house styles tabloid, broadsheet, radio and tV. Writing feature articles areas of special interest Writing editorials opinion / comment Writing reviews critical assessments of different pieces of work books, exhibitions, concerts, films, plays, shows law and the JournalistIndividuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesmedia studies98rAD io journAL is M teCH ni Ques (city & guilDs) PrOgrAMMe COde ME004thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN level 3 NvQ CeRTIFICaTe IN RadIo jouRNalISM TeChNIQueS (uNIT 303)participant profilethis course will allow the individual to learn how to produce a radio bulletin, produce a radio feature and to produce a self-evaluation of these tasks prograMMe Description Produce a radio bulletinlearners are required to individually produce a 1-3 minute local radio news bulletin that demonstrates creativity and technical ability. evidence provided must include:- audio item 10 20 second original insert / clip included in the bulletin- written support documentation- research file- production log- script- production log Produce a radio featurelearners are required to individually produce a four minute radio feature (ten second leeway) that demonstrates creativity and technical ability. the feature must contain interviews, vox pops and a voice-over. evidence provided must include:- design brief that includes context and audience, - written support documentation- research file- audio item- production log- script- cue sheet Produce an evaluationlearners are required to produce an evaluation of approximately 250-500 words on the success of the completed news bulletin and radio feature as outlined in tasks a and B above. the evaluation should include:- technical quality- content- conventions- suitability for purpose in relation to existing relevant media practice- assessment of own rolenote: A separate exam fee is payable to City and guildsApply studies99viDeo ProDuCtion & eD iting - Pre-ProDuCtion to DistriBution (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME003thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN dIGITal MovIe PRoCeSSING level 5 5N1605participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to learn about professional video production techniques using modern digital processing techniques and utilise key production methods in digital movie processing, including planning, camera operation and non-linear post-production (editing). this is a practical hands-on programme developing key filmmaking skills. prograMMe Description practical hands-on camera Workshops planning your production - exploring the expanding role played by digital movies in graphic communications shot composition lighting techniques, Demonstrations and Workshops editing Video and audio using final cut pro X: learning the final cut pro X pro interface electing settings, adjusting preference applying specialised editing tools outputting your video to youtube, Vimeo, We, Blu-ray, DVD or mobile devices Individuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesmedia studies100Dire Cting: Fro M sH ort FiLM to Fe Ature FiLMPrOgrAMMe COde ME009wED 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 140 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for those interested in gaining skills in short film and feature film Descriptionthis programme takes the student on a comprehensive journey from the short film script through to its preproduction, the shoot itself and on to the various post production stages. participants will also be introduced to the art of film practice. note: in the last 10 years irish shorts have been nominated 8 times for the oscars and winning twice. reasons to make a short film- What makes a good short film?. examples and screenings of short award winning films - similarities / distinctions between the short and the feature- idea to script- the what of the story ; structure- character- character empathy, obstacles and conflict- -the how of the story;- atmosphere, mood, the calling card versus the autonomous work: - coherence and clarity- Which format? -film and digital- the crew and their roles- When to hand off to departments- the director and the cinematographer; lenses, lighting, camera movement scheduling with the the call sheet-/ the director and the actor. film grammar in more detail: the importance of parallel editing- two basic types- action and reaction- peak moments- three types of scenes; a) Dialogues without action- b) Dialogues with action- c) actions without dialogue- the shot- Movement- Distances- types of editing / cutting camera movement- film punctuation; eg- fade white outs / colour fades Choosing a short script to shoot: prepping and crewing - Working with actors- how to talk to them and direct them / Basic lighting / the recce- technical run through / the moving camera and the reveal- techniques the ShOOt: on the set procedure / rehearsing- framing the shot -lighting the frame Assessing the material- pick-ups and additional footage- the edit- Music and track laying- sound effects as narrative tools the director and the feature length Script: how to read and what to look for in a script- trouble shooting the script- role of the script editor- the writer/director- various Case studies: production history. prep, shooting and post production analysed usmedia studies101sC ri Pt- eD itingPrOgrAMMe COde ME022thurs 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for script editors and development executives and aims at focusing learners on script, story and character and to examine the key role held by script editors in developing projects with writers, directors, producers. film script editors work on projects across all genres where participants can then apply skills learned to their own projects prograMMe Description the exploration of: story, film storytelling, structure, character and conflict how to develop documents and outlines; treatment the practicalities of working with creative talent - editors and editing; Working with writers;newPerF orMing Arts - DrAMAPrOgrAMMe COde ME016thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis introductory programme is suitable for individuals with no previous experience in Drama (performance) and who wish to explore a range of disciplines and teachings connected with Description introduction to the world of performance focus teachings include: a number of theatre practitioners including constantin stanislavski, sanford Mesiner and lee strasberg the programme will begin with getting the group comfortable with one another through a series of barrier breaking exercises and games. this will lead to a number imagination exercises with the idea of giving the learner the right tools to perform a small piece in the final week, showcasing everything they have learned along the waymedia studies102Musi C Pro DuCtionPrOgrAMMe COde ME011tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed to provide anyone who is interested in making, recording, composing or remixing music using logic studio pro. the programme is perfect for beginners, people who want to brush up on skills, or home musicians who want to take their music to the next level. learners will acquire skills to use and command logic studio pro & audacity to a high standard. the aim of the programme is that learners will have completed a finished track on completion of the Description using a dAW: learn to use a DaW to sequence music, record and edit sounds and create finished tracks and pieces of music AudiO & Midi Sequencing: Making beats, bass lines or creating soundscapes, learn how to make these using logic studio pro. take advantage of logics extensive loops library and learn how to make your own SAMPling: learn to sample and edit various sources & formats of audio reCOrding: record audio signals to logic pro & audacity with home studio audio interfaces. how to route audio signals and achieve the best possible results effeCtS, AutOMAtiOn And dynAMiC PrOCeSSing: Bring your tracks to life adding colour and depth with logics powerful onboard effects and processing tools Some knowledge of computers is desirable to undertake this programme and experience in using an iMac is an usApply studies103Musi C Pro DuCtion: ADvAnCeDPrOgrAMMe COde ME023MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for those who are interested in learning the advanced mixing skills associated with music post-production. students will be introduced to the various technical processes associated with mixing and mastering digital audio. emphasis is placed on how to use modern-day signal processors to maximize the sonic quality of their music. prograMMe Description Sound theory: Develop a basic understanding of the various physical & mechanical attributes associated with sound energy & psychoacoustics. understanding digital Audio: learn how analog sound waves are captured during recording and transformed into digital data for internal computer processing. Mix Set up & layout: learn how to structure the layout and signal flow of a multi-track mixing session using appropriate labeling and track grouping. digital Signal Processing: an overview of the main effect units used in pro audio and music production. each unit type is presented individually in order to give students a firm understanding of the different methods of sound alteration. Advanced Mixing: learn the various skills associated with modern day music-post production including volume balancing, panning techniques, gain structuring, sequencing, signal routing and automationSome knowledge of music production is desirable to undertake this programme and experience in using an iMac is an advantagenewmedia studies104Musi C Artist DeveLoPM ent PrOgrAMMe COde ME025thurs 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for aspiring musicians, singers and songwriters who want to pursue careers in the music industry as professional recording artists. prograMMe DescriptionMusic Business 101 understanding the business of music organizational structure of the music industry understanding commercial radiorecord label Business Models the influence of record labels What record labels look for in modern artists how to fit the record label profileArtist development overcoming stage fright creating a confident stage presence songwriting & compositionMusic Marketing & Branding identifying your target audience growing your social media presence content creation & brandingMedia & Communications Building a music artist website creating mailing lists setting up auto-respondersCopyright & Publishing creative copyright Mechanical copyright Music publishing & licensingnegotiating record Contacts the 5 main types of record deals campaigning for your record deal the art of contract negotiationnewmedia studies105soun D engineering & ProDuCtion(QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME007wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 MatErials FEE 50accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN SouNd eNGINeeRING aNd PRoduCTIoN 5N1900participant profilethis programme is designed to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to work independently and under supervision in a sound engineering and production environment and develop an awareness of present audio technological Description explore the theory of sound and examine waveform characteristics identify different cables, connectors and interfacing options for analog and digital audio Define common terms relating to audio equipment operations setup and apply communications, foldback, monitor and headphone systems for recording and live sound systems select and place microphones for specific tasks while considering all factors that might impact on the sound complete full studio and live sound documentation procedures carry out correct health and safety procedures when dealing with electricity, sound levels, and lifting/carrying equipmentSome knowledge of computers is desirable to undertake this programme and experience in using an iMac is an in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesmedia studies106Cre Ative Writing (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME010tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CReaTIve WRITING 5N4765participant profilethis programme is aimed at anyone who is serious about writing and who wishes to develop the habit of writing and perfecting work. the writing will be discussed, polished, assessed and moved forward with a view to presenting it to publishers. the programme will focus on the craft of writing and on introducing participants to all the various aspects of techniques. prograMMe Description examine various platforms: the novel, poetry, short stories etc. and the types of forms, processes and creative language used create and develop pieces of work to be shared with the group focus on the individual preparing and growing ideas through the creative process group work sharing ideas, offering insight and working to create a positive and inspirational working environmentnote: this programme may take place at further education and training Centre, Kilmallock road Campus, limerickFi LM stu Dies: introDuCtionPrOgrAMMe COde ME006thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 110 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed to provide a basic introduction to the study of film. it is aimed at individuals with an interest in film and is suitable for those with no prior knowledge of the subject. learners will acquire an understanding of film in terms of its analysis, theory, history and Description hollywood cinema the star system technologies genre new hollywood cinema auteur theory World cinema film theory and film history techniques, ideas and debates that have shaped film art form important films and their creators using a multimedia approachmedia studies107Fi LM & DoCuMent ArY stu Dies An ALY sis (QQi leVel 6)PrOgrAMMe COde ME024tuEs DuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 290accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN MedIa INduSTRy aWaReNeSS 6N5505participant profilethis programme will be of interest to those with an interest in Documentary style productions with a greater emphasis on tV & film Documentaries. the qualification will be of use to those that wish to get involved in tV & film Documentary making. prograMMe Descriptionlearners will be able to: identify editing and production techniques and will then be able to appraise radio, television and web news programming in this regard assess a range of documentary genres, styles and techniques to include the work of at least one influential documentary maker evaluate a range of production, editing and narrative techniques used in visual documentary, news programming and feature film research how audience impact and response was measured in the past and the concepts of audience as market and audience as public appraise a range of audience theories to include the hypodermic needle theory and the uses and gratifications theory evaluate changes in media and multimedia products since traditional audience theory was first developed research media regulation and self-regulation to include the difficulties involved in regulating multimedia, developments in privacy law in ireland and the codes and initiatives designed to regulate media apply one traditional audience theory to multimedia broadcasting critically analyse a documentary, news broadcast or film scene to include the script and language used and the representation of characters and locations appraise the work of one film director, news programme editor or documentary maker evaluate the arguments for and against the establishment of statutory press councils explain the terms media convergence and digital dividenewmedia studies108event MAnAge Ment (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME001MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 290 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN eveNT PRoduCTIoN 5N1374participant profilethis programme is designed for individuals who have a desire to study all aspects of event management, including event creation, debriefing and future development. learners will acquire both theoretical and practical skills over the duration of the Description event Managementintroduction to the key areas of event management, including event creation, planning, execution, debriefing and development, programming, staffing and health and safety event Promotionintroduction to local and national event promotion, including pr materials, media monitoring, buying and selling advertising, distribution and writing (interviewing, reviewing, press releasing etc.) event fundingintroduction to sponsorship and partnership approaches and execution, private funding, public funding, grant aid venue Managementintroduction to venue management, including overall venue management and staging of events in various locations find usmedia studies109rAD io ProgrAMM e ProDuCtion (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME002thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 MatErials FEE 60accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN RadIo PRoduCTIoN 5N1379participant profilethis programme is designed to provide a basic introduction to all aspects of radio Broadcasting. it is aimed at individuals with no previous experience of broadcasting who wish to develop both the practical and personal skills required for a career in the radio industry. learners will acquire skills to produce their own radio programmes in the college s new digital studio Description radio Broadcasting perspectives understand the various narrative techniques used in storytelling examine editorial trends and technical developments in contemporary broadcasting Develop professional work practices: time-keeping, administration, equipment management analyse legal and ethical issues arising in production and broadcastinginDesign: Designing PuBLiCAtions(QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde ME019MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN deSkToP PublIShING 5N0785participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to learn design skills using adobe inDesign. prograMMe Description Develop desktop publishing (Dtp) skills using adobe s inDesign software understand common terminology associated with Dtp; file formats, image formats, page layout etc. perform the required steps including accessing the application, entering data using the keyboard and mouse, printing the file, and storing the file appropriately for subsequent retrieval plan the basic design and layout for a variety of single and multi-page publications ( newsletters, brochures, magazines, stationery etc.) learn basic drawing skills to develop a logo; apply the logo to stationery apply edit functions and formatting to publications to enhance its appearance insert images, text, borders, colour, and format fonts, use style sheets and master pages prepare a range of publications for hard or soft copy publication to include formatting, proofreading, and previewing layout prepare files for commercial printcomputers & social media110Computers & soCiaL mediafind uscomputers & social media111Computers & soCiaL mediaCoMPuter ProgrAMMing: Beginners(QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM007MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN PRoGRaMMING aNd deSIGN PRINCIPleS 5N2927participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to understand the concepts involved in computer programming and the principles of software design in order to acquire the skills to write reliable, tested software programs. prograMMe Description Become familiar with industry standard programming practices through the high-level programming language, Java learn how to install, configure and use one of the industry standard programming toolkits, eclipse come to understand the difference between compilers and interpreters learn basic programming constructs such as inputs and outputs, user interaction, data types and variables, conditional statements and loops acquire the ability to write programs that process arrays, strings and characters using procedures and functionsentry reQuireMents Basic understanding of computers Basic typing skillsIndividuals in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feescomputers & social media112AutoCAD-2D: introDuCtion (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM001tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CoMPuTeR aIded dRauGhTING 5N1604participant profilethis programme is suitable for learners looking to gain the knowledge, skill and competence to utilize computer technology as a design tool and a presentation Description interpret key terminology, commands and icons associated with computer-aided draughting analyse key features and characteristics of computer hardware and software employ appropriate techniques, including hatching, text and dimensioning create, insert and edit blockers, layers and templates health and safety initiatives aimed at reducing the risks associated with the use of digital Design skiLLs (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM013thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN GRaPhIC deSIGN 5N1978participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who want to build a graphic design portfolio to enter art college, take a step towards working as a designer, or learn design skills to improve their design/marketing communications within their organisation. this programme is delivered using state of the art industry standard Description understand the principles of graphic Design analyse case studies, understand how design works create design projects from brief to final design solution within time constraints critical evaluation of design work done Develop design strategies research, understand context and background of project set create sketchbooks and develop ideas understand the balance of design, layout, image, colour and typography understand how to select and scale images Develop detailed understanding of typography Basic computer skills understand production and print Develop presentation skills Basic typing skillscomputers & social media113netWorking essentiALs (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM008tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN NeTWoRkING eSSeNTIalS 5N2929participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who want to gain the knowledge, skill and competence to support the operation of typical computer networks and be able to assist in implementing and maintaining common network Description essential characteristics of the main components of computer networks servers, clients, networked resources, wired/ wireless communication Become familiar with the fundamentals of computer networking, network topologies and the different types of networks pan, lan, Man and Wan functions and features of network components such as hubs, switches, bridges, routers, gateways elements of device identification on a network such as device names, Mac addresses, static and dynamic ips Benefits and limitations of computer resource sharing models centralised, peer to peer, thin client, client-server and cloud functions of a range of common networking protocols used in the transport of data Diagnostic tools to troubleshoot network performance and implement network resource management file and print shares usI found it very interesting and I have a real qualification at the end of the day kryzstzof ladl, Networking essentialsApply & social media114iCt seCuritY PoLiCY & MAnAgeMent (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM019wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN ICT SeCuRITy PolICy aNd MaNaGeMeNT 5N0583participant profilethis programme is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to identify, select, implement, document and verify information technology security management policies. it also aims to enable the learner to explore their chosen it area, create an awareness of skills applicable to it security management policies and to plan and develop investigative strategies to determine solutions to defined and ill-defined problems. it will also help in developing an understanding of the constant changes in this area. prograMMe Description Basic network and system configurations and identifying general security risks collating relevant data and records for analysis, compliance, assessment and archiving purposes appropriate policies and procedures for enterprise data backup and disaster recovery electronic communications ( email and messaging) security considerations for a small organisation with respect to business requirements, functionality and budget common network security issues internet and network security policies within an organisation and their implementation how to manage and maintain basic security on electronic communications ( email and instant messaging) systems appropriate software solutions to safeguard network and client devices information to plan and develop investigative strategies and to determine solutions to varied unfamiliar problems potential impact on an organisation resulting from security threats to their network/ systems and the components of a basic company policy with regard to data security and acceptable usage policy and procedures for data protection, privacy and retention in the context of ict having regard for ethics and compliance with legislation will have planned, designed and created a fully functioning website that will be ready to live on the World Wide Webnewcomputers & social media115WeBsite DeveLoPMent & Design (QQi leVel 5) htMl/css/DreaMWeaVer/content ManageMent systeMsPrOgrAMMe COde CM016thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN Web auThoRING 5N1910participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to learn the fundamentals of website design, creation and maintenance in a structured environment provided through weekly theory and practical lessons. prograMMe Description understand how htMl and css has evolved over the years learn how to write htMl the language of the World Wide Web learn how to use css to style modern, sleek and great looking websites learn how to use the adobe Dreamweaver professional web-editor understand the advantages and disadvantages of creating websites through content Management systems such as Wordpress understand the process involved in registering domain names, purchasing web hosting and uploading a website through ftp By the end of this programme the learner will have planned, designed and created a fully functioning website that will be ready to live on the World Wide Webentry reQuireMents computer skills installing software, creating and maintaining files and folders Basic typing skillsCoMPuter gAMes Design (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM006tuEs - DuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN GaMeS aNalySIS deSIGN 5N1651participant profilethis programme is designed for individuals with an interest in gaming across all platforms looking to acquire the knowledge and skills to work independently or under supervision in a games development work environment. this programme is also ideal for learners looking to begin their studies in the field of video game design before continuing on to higher education and Description analyse structure and explore technological components in games identify level structures and genres in games examine the history of Video games and their Development Develop graphics for animations, Backgrounds and interfacescomputers & social media116PHotosHoP: introDuCtionPrOgrAMMe COde CM009MoN - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 200 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to manipulate images taken from a variety of sources and create artwork for print or web Description photoshop interface and tools; resizing images and the canvas size creating, editing & applying effects to layers adding and editing text adjusting colours, contrasts, hues and the colour modes of an image rotating, scaling, distorting an image preparing/saving images for print and the web using channels and masks and advanced painting effects review and evaluationfind usCoMPuter APPLiCAtions: BeginnersPrOgrAMMe COde CM002MoN - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 150 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with no previous knowledge of computers. it is designed to introduce and develop one s knowledge of the personal Description Computer Operation and use: parts of a computer system; common software applications; operate a computer internet and e-mail: search techniques; send/retrieve/reply to e-mail Word Processing: Basics; edit/format/enhance/find/replace text; header/footer; bullets; spell checker; proof-read; tables; printing etc. Spreadsheets: edit/format/delete data; rows/columns; currency/percentage/decimal formats; formulae; charts, printing etc. graphics: Basics; electronic freehand drawing; insert/edit shapes; colour, sizecomputers & social media117AD vAnCeD CertiFiCAte in WorD ProCessing AnD sPreADsHeet teCHniQues (city anD guilDs) PrOgrAMMe COde CM020wED 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 280accrEDitatioN WoRd PRoCeSSING TeChNIQueS CITy & GuIldS 8975-25 & SPReadSheeT PRoCeSSING TeChNIQueS CITy & GuIldS 8970-25 participant profilethese qualifications in advanced word processing and spreadsheet techniques are for anyone interested in developing a career in any general business, service or administrative function. While no formal entry requirement is needed to take these qualifications, it is advised that you have some familiarity with keyboarding skills and a good command of the english language commonly used in business. the aim of both modules are to enable candidate s to use an increasingly sophisticated range of facilities available in modern office software such as word and spreadsheets to prepare, process and produce a range of documents accurately, efficiently and with professional presentation. prograMMe Descriptionadvanced Word processing and spreadsheet techniques are qualifications that can prepare participants for the modern workplace by equipping them with skills and knowledge to effectively use Microsoft office software. Word Processing techniques module includes: create and edit documents, apply a range of text processing features including: format text, import and resizing graphics, line spacing, indenting text and paragraphs, borders and shading. identify and correct inconsistencies of style within the text including: figures, times, dates, measurements, punctuation. use mail merge including: creating a data file of variable data. create a standard document and merge it with a previously created data file. proof-read and correct documents. proof read all documents for errors (keying-in, spelling, layout, grammar, punctuation) without reference to correct copies. use of markup capabilities to make track changes to documents. Spreadsheet Processing techniques module includes: analyse and test data, use on-line help, work with multiple worksheets. Be able to: name, rename and use multiple worksheets; link worksheets; delete pages, page breaks, and worksheets; move and copy worksheets. using advanced techniques use arrays, use manual and automatic calculation, protect and unlock cells, hide and unhide cells, use password protection, set up customised lists, create macros, templates and toolbars for users, work with macros. Be able to: analyse user requirements in the design of a spreadsheet, including designing templates; establish trends and forecasts; use test and validation procedures; use error functions and messages; debug spreadsheet design. Be able to: change settings for the paper source where more than one is available; select the correct printer driver for the printer being used; printed selected pages of a multi-page & social media118CoMPuter APPLiCAtions: ContinuAtion (QQi leVel 4)PrOgrAMMe COde CM010wED - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 170 accrEDitatioN QQI level 4 INFoRMaTIoN TeChNoloGy SkIllS 4N1125participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who want to learn it techniques that include basic data entry, word, internet and file Description introduction to information technology: hardware, software, storage devices, roM, raM etc. data entry: input data accurately using correct functions and techniques introduction to Word processing introduction to the internet introduction to file Management3D MoDeLLing & DigitAL Art For tHe HoBBY gAMing AnD FiLM inDustrYPrOgrAMMe COde CM021MoN - DuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 150 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for those considering a career in the game Design and the animation Descriptionthis programmes provides an introduction to concept environmental design for games and film. tuition will be provided in illustration for gaming, concept art and character creation. Visual communication graphic Design for gaming and film industryPhotoshop navigating the Workspace Working with Documents image Modes and colour selection selections and Masks layers and Blend Modes painting tools retouching tools creating tiling textures for game use painting custom textures over a 3d objectdigital 3d Modelling techniques Modelling Basics, polygon Manipulating and editing Materials and textures Modelling special Modelling techniques introduction to rendering newcomputers & social media119oBjeCt orienteD ProgrAMMing (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CM018tuEs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN FuNdaMeNTalS oF objeCT oRIeNTed PRoGRaMMING 5N0541participant profile this programme is suitable for those who wish to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to construct computer programs using industry standard object oriented Description Demonstrate an understanding of the different data types used in programs. understand the fundamental set of instructions involved in all programs and how to use them to construct programs to solve problems. Demonstrate knowledge of basic oop constructs. Design and construct modular reusable code blocks. Demonstrate familiarity with, and work within, a modern integrated development environment. construct larger programs from smaller programs. Model real world objects in order to build object oriented programs that model real world activities. explain ways to organise and structure data. properly document program code Debug and test programs Deploy programs to the end user via the front endcomputers & social media120Languagesfind uslanguages121irisH For Beginners (QQi leVel 3)PrOgrAMMe COde La028thurs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd IN IRISh 3N0869participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to develop conversational skills in spoken irish or to gain an introductory qualification. tuition will be conducted in a relaxed setting with emphasis on the oral aspects of the irish DescriptionAn irish language course covering basic conversational topics including: Oneself / Personal information: name, age, nationality, occupation, exchange familiar information, where you live, people you know and things you have /first/family name; age/nationality/occupation etc food/drink/Shopping: making purchases, order and pay for food/drink; ask the price, house and home, hobbies and pastimes etc Breakdown in Communication: ask do you speak english? ; signal non-understanding; ask for repetition/speak more slowly etc. Others / interpersonal Communication: use introductory vocabulary, to include greetings, take leave introductions, courtesies, basic personal information, numbers 1-100, time, greet/; say yes/no/please/thank you; make an apology; recognise words on notices/signs etc Work and daily routines news, weather, read simple notices, signs and short pieces of text on familiar subjects, to include social and or work-related information, life - Simple directions: time, quantity, date/month; counting; directions etc. travel and Accommodation: public transport; departure/arrivals; vending machines; book/pay/enquire about accommodation etc find usApply LAnguAge: BAsiCPrOgrAMMe COde La015/ La016MoN (la015) - or (la016) - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120 accrEDitatioN PRePaRaTIoN FoR SIGN laNGuaGe aSSoCIaTIoN oF IRelaNd - l1 aNd l2 eXaMINaTIoNS. CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop skills in irish sign language for effective communication with deaf and hard of hearing relatives, employees and customers in a variety of Description the Deaf community Vocabulary, grammar, expressions: family; numbers; hospital; holidays; colours; clothes; food; drink etc. group Work: conversation; stories; fun stories Deaftech: alarm, video caption reader etc. causes of Deafness the Deaf cultureArABiC: BeginnersPrOgrAMMe COde La001thurs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for individuals that wish to be non-native arabic speakers and is suitable for complete beginners. aim is to develop primary communication skills, focusing on listening and speaking, pronunciation, basic grammar and basic vocabulary (communicative method of teaching used). prograMMe Descriptiontopics include: greetings, introductions, apologizing, asking for directions, shopping, expressions of gratitude, making appointments, likes/dislikes, making appointments, booking a hotel/plane tickets, and Consideration Developing and understanding of contemporary arabic culture and be able to apply language skills appropriately Developing and understanding of the arabic languageBasic dialogue for communication to include: interpersonal communication greet/take leave/ thank you etc. asking and answering simple questions acquire basic knowledge of grammar and be able to read some basic characters & words Develop an understanding of contemporary arabic culture and be able to apply language skills appropriatelylanguages123engLisH As A seConD LAnguAge: Beginners (QQi leVel 3)PrOgrAMMe COde La001tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 170 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd, eNGlISh aS a SeCoNd laNGuaGe 3N0870participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to develop skills in english grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation through practical exercises in speaking, listening, reading and Description speaking: learners will improve their level of spoken english through role plays and mock interviews listening: learners will improve their comprehension of spoken english using listening material, including news, reports, etc. and by extension, listening and speaking to their fellow learners reading: Material suited to the ability of the class is selected from textbooks dealing with real-life issues in order to familiarise one with specific language and vocabulary Writing: learners are taught how to construct formal letters, cVs, faxes, postcards As A seConD LAnguAge: ContinuAtion (QQi leVel 4)PrOgrAMMe COde La004tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 170 accrEDitatioN QQI level 4 eNGlISh aS a SeCoNd laNGuaGe 4N1180participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to improve their skills in english grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation at a continuation Description speaking: learners will receive considerable opportunity to speak, discuss, debate and argue, thus improving their spoken skills listening: learners will improve their comprehension of spoken english in varying native accents from everyday listening material, including news, reports, etc. reading: Material suited to the ability of the class is selected from textbooks dealing with real-life issues in order to familiarise one with specific language and vocabulary Writing: learners are taught how to construct cVs, speeches, etc. using specific, idiomatic language and expressions. there is also an opportunity to conduct mock interviews in the As A seConD LAnguAge:AD vAnCeD (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde La013thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 240 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 eNGlISh aS a SeCoNd laNGuaGe 5N1632participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who wish to further improve their skills in english grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation at an advanced level in the english language in standard social, cultural and or work Description speaking: provide learners with the understanding of everyday terms and topics including those related to familiar areas of interest and work listening: gain the skills to understand and follow discussions on a wide range of topics including socio-cultural courtesies, customs, politics and current affairs reading: gather information from a range documents including work documents, health and safety information, regulations, forms and websites Writing: construct formal and informal correspondence, cVs, invoices, order forms / itALiAn: Beginners PLus (QQi leVel 3)PrOgrAMMe COde La017 SPaniSHLa023 itaLianthurs - sPaNish tuEs - italiaNDuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd 3N0868 / 3N0864participant profilethis programme is for individuals who already have some basic knowledge of the spanish / italian language and who wish to improve and develop their communication skills further. the programme will involve activities in speaking, reading, writing and Description Accommodation: enquire about accommodation: book and pay in a hotel or similar travelling: ask for places, directions, understand brochures and signs health: know the parts of the body. express different health problems. go to the doctor Shopping: ask for size, colour, quantity, type of fabric when shopping for clothes Preferences: express and find out attitudes such as likes & dislikes. Describing people, express qualities daily activities: talk about habitual actions housing: describe a house/apartment : Beginners (QQi leVel 3)PrOgrAMMe COde La012 MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd 3N0864participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to develop conversational skills in basic Description interpersonal Communication: greet / take leave; say yes / no / please / thank you; make an apology; recognise words on notices / signs etc. Personal information: first / family name; age / nationality / occupation etc. Breakdown in Communication: ask do you speak english? ; signal non-understanding; ask for repetition / speak more slowly etc. travel and Accommodation: public transport; departure / arrivals; vending machines; book / pay / enquire about accommodation etc. time, Quantity, directions: time; date / month; counting; directions etc. food/drink/Shopping order and pay for food / drink; ask the price : Beginners (QQi leVel 3)PrOgrAMMe COde La007 SPaniSHLa008 SPaniSHLa006 GErManMoN - sPaNish tuEs - sPaNishMoN - gErMaNDuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd 3N0868 / 3N0863participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals wishing to develop conversational skills to speak german or Description interpersonal Communication: greet/take leave; say yes / no / please / thank you; make an apology; recognise words on notices/signs; time; quality; quantity; space; attitudes; contacts; comparisons; loss/theft/missing etc. Personal information: first/family name; age/nationality/ occupation etc. Breakdown in Communication: ask do you speak english? ; signal non-understanding; ask for repetition/speak more slowly etc. travel and Accommodation: public transport; departure / arrivals; vending machines; book / pay / enquire about accommodation etc. food and drink: order/pay; understand a menu and programmes; types of meat/vegetables/dairy products etc. Shopping and Making Purchases: opening/closing times; different departments; size/colour/price; postal rates/stamps/ telephone cards; follow operator instructions; telephone book/ directory / gerMAn / itALiAn: interMeDiAte (QQi leVel 4)PrOgrAMMe COde La011 SPaniSHLa026 GErManLa022 itaLianthurs - sPaNish wED - gErMaNtuEs - italiaNDuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN QQI level 4 MINoR aWaRd laNGuaGe - SPaNISh 4N1178 - ITalIaN 4N1174 GeRMaN 4N1173participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with a knowledge of the chosen language who wish to develop more conversational spanish, italian, german or french for leisure and tourism. the programme is based on spoken activities, tapes and Description interpersonal Communication: revision; time; attitudes; asking for information; loss/theft/missing; comparisons; jobs and careers travel: types of transport; advantages and disadvantages; types of holidays; describe experiences; places; weather; phone conversation etc. Spare time: shopping; cultural events; cinema reviews; reading newspapers; talking about news; understanding brochures; likes and dislikes etc. food; traditions; health and the environment : BeginnersPrOgrAMMe COde La030tuEs 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 130 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is designed for non-native portuguese speakers and is suitable for complete beginners. the aim is to develop basic communications skills focusing onlistening and speaking with reading and writing basic portuguese also taught. pronunciation, basic grammar and vocabulary will be delivered and is key to learning Description greetings, asking directions, shopping, expressions of gratitude, Making appointments likes / dislikes Booking hotel and tickets , Developing and understanding portuguese culture and traditions and be able to apply language skills appropriatelynewLCF e CAPPAMore127Cappamore Campusfind usLCF e CAPPAMore128BLACksMitHing part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP001wED - 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 200 MatErials FEE 50class siZE: MaX 7 PeRSoNSaccrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis program is aimed at individuals who have an interest in ironcraft and using a prior experience is required as our master craftsman takes the learner through every stage of forging Description creating objects from iron or steel by the process of forging the use of a forge fuelled by coal learn to use blacksmithing techniques to shape metal into a semi-flexible state heating pieces of wrought iron or steel, until the metal becomes soft enough to shape with hand tools hammer, anvil and chisel etc. health and safety practicesnote: Programme places are very limited. Max 7 places. Book earlyto avoid : interMeDiAte part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP016MoN - 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 250 MatErials FEE 50class siZE: MaX 7 PeRSoNSaccrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis is a step up from the beginners class which participants will have already completed. learners will follow a program of tool making and tempering and will create their own piece of Description Develop upon the skills obtained in the beginners class craft the tools used in conjunction with the forge create decorative pieces of iron craft Develop the skills necessary to setup a forge for personal usenote: Programme places are very limited. Max 7 places. Book early to avoid usLCF e CAPPAMore129We LD ing For Beginners part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP004tuEs - 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 90 MatErials FEE 60accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for a wide range of participants and craft persons, for example the self-employed and those with no welding Description Basic welding techniques health and safety arc welding Welding in horizontal and Vertical positions safety features in welding equipmentWeLDing interMeDiAte part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP007thurs - 8 WeekStuitioN FEE 90 MatErials FEE 60accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for a wide range of students and craft persons, for example the self-employed and young people with basic welding Develop upon the skills obtained in the beginners class safety and arc welding techniques Vertical welding horizontal welding safety features in welding equipmentLCF e CAPPAMore130HAir AnD BeAutY: An introDuCtion part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP012tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 90 MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis hair and Beauty foundation course is an excellent choice for beginners or those contemplating a career in the hair Dressing or Beauty industry. this gives the students the opportunity to learn the vital skills necessary to enter into a lucrative career as either a hair stylist or Beautician. this foundation course has a strong emphasis on employability skills, including inter-personal and presentation competencies. prograMMe DescriptionBeauty facial skincare superficial cleanse routine exfoliation / Mask treatments Make-up application (Day/night) correcting and contouring techniques Master the smoky eyes ultimate evening look Manicure nail Varnish application Miracle gel nailshair health/hygiene and safety in the Workplace hairdressing theory and practice roller setting and Modern hair up styles product Knowledge Blow Drying/ curly Blow-Dry techniques special occasion/ Vintage hair up stylesBAsiC CAke DeCorA ting skiLLs FonDAnt MoDeLLing part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP009MoN - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 100 accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCefor participant profile and programme description please see brochure page e CAPPAMore131HAir uP-stYLing ADvAnCeD part-tiMe DayPrOgrAMMe COde CaP015MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 150 MatErials FEE 50accrEDitatioN CeRTIFICaTe oF aTTeNdaNCeparticipant profilethis course is aimed at hair Dressers who have four or more years experience in hairdressing or those who have left and wish to return to the hair dressing Descriptionthis course will provide you with the knowledge and skill to create both Bridal and eye-popping hair up-styles. classes will run for two hours per morning over a 12 week period to give students the opportunity to gain essential skills to provide a Mobile hairdressing service or increase your employability skill with this advanced course. We will cover Bridal for six weeks and hair up-styles and hair dressing techniques for six weeksthe skills students learn during this course will enable them to work on bridal clients including the bridal party, and engagement and special occasionsprograMMe Description introduction product Knowledge Vintage styles current up style trends Bridal up-styles finger Waving 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1960s up-Do s the most popular hair ups in the wedding industry Deciding what hair ups suit different face shapes fashion curls/barrel curls/new techniques Braiding interviews creativity special occasions photo shoot Working with rollers, ghD curlingLCF e CAPPAMore132sPeCiAL neeDs Assisting (QQi leVel 6) part-tiMe Day or eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP005/CaP006Day Fri - Night tuEs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN SPeCIal NeedS aSSISTING 6N1957for participant profile and programme description please see brochure page CHiLDHooD LiterACY & nuMerACY (QQi l6) part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP010wED - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 accrEDitatioN QQI level 6 MINoR aWaRd IN eaRly ChIldhood lITeRaCy aNd NuMeRaCy 6N1935for participant profile and programme description please see brochure page , Prevention AnD ControL (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CaP011MoN - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 210accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd ININFeCTIoN, PReve NTIoN aNd CoNTRol 5N3734for participant profile and programme description please see brochure page oF tHe oLDer Person (QQi leVel 5)part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP013thurs - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 210 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN CaRe oF The oldeR PeRSoN 5N2706for participant profile and programme description please see brochure page usnewLCF e CAPPAMore133WorD ProCessing (QQi leVel 5) part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP019thursDay - 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 220 accrEDitatioN QQI level 5 MINoR aWaRd IN WoRd PRoCeSSING 5N1358participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals who want to learn it techniques that include data entry, word, excel. it is designed to improve and develop one s knowledge of the personal Description produce a range of different types of documents using common word processing features including - manual text formatting, applying styles, creating tables, inserting and manipulating graphics Word processing spreadsheet apply file management facilities apply a range of table features graphics: electronic freehand drawing; insert/edit shapes; colour, size internet and e-mail: search techniques; send/retrieve/reply to e-mailnOte: QQi certification is optional. Participants have the choice of not going forward for QQi certification if they e CAPPAMore134CoMPuters For Beginners part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP024wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 120 accrEDitatioN QQI level 4 MINoR aWaRd IN IT SkIllS 4N1125 (oPTIoNal)participant profilethis programme is suitable for individuals with no previous knowledge of computers. it is designed to introduce and develop one s knowledge of the personal Description computer operation and use: parts of a computer system; common software applications; operate a computer Word processing: basics; edit/format/enhance/find/replace text; header/footer; bullets; spell checker; proof-read; tables; printing etc. spreadsheets: edit/format/delete data; rows/columns; currency/percentage/decimal formats; formulae; charts, printing etc. graphics: basics; electronic freehand drawing; insert/edit shapes; colour, size internet and e-mail: search techniques; send/retrieve/reply to e-mailsPAnisH: Beginners (QQi leVel 3)part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP021tuEs - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 95 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd IN SPaNISh 3N0868 (oPTIoNal)participant profilethis programme is for all those who wish to learn the basic conversational skills, vocabulary and grammar of spanish. it is especially suitable for those who just have an interest or for those travelling abroad on holidays etc. QQi accreditation is Description interpersonal Communication: greet/take leave; say yes / no / please /thank you; make an apology; recognise words on notices/signs; time; quality; quantity; space; attitudes; contacts; comparisons; loss/theft/missing etc. Personal information: first/family name; age/nationality/ occupation etc. Breakdown in Communication: ask do you speak english? ; signal non-understanding; ask for repetition/speak more slowly etc. travel and Accommodation: public transport; departure / arrivals; vending machines; book / pay / enquire about accommodation etc. food and drink: order/pay; understand a menu and programmes; types of meat/vegetables/dairy products etc. Shopping and Making Purchases: opening/closing times; different departments; size/colour/price; postal rates/stamps/ telephone cards; follow operator instructions; telephone book/ directory e CAPPAMore135sPAnisH Beginners PLus (QQi leVel 3)part-tiMe eVeningPrOgrAMMe COde CaP025wED - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 95 accrEDitatioN QQI level 3 MINoR aWaRd IN SPaNISh 3N0868 (oPTIoNal)for participant profile and programme description please brochure page tHeorY AnD PrACtiCe (QQi leVel 5)PrOgrAMMe COde CaP027wED - DuratioN 12 WeekStuitioN FEE 210accrEDitatioN QQi leVel 5 Minor aWarD innursing theory anD practice 5n4325 for participant profile and programme description please see brochure pg. : Beginners sLr CAM er As PrOgrAMMe COde CaP028MoN - DuratioN 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 90 MatErials FEE 30accrEDitatioN certificate of attenDanc efor participant profile and programme description please see brochure pg. ent Y Minute MeAL s - DeLiCious,nutritious AnD suPer-F Ast PrOgrAMMe COde CaP029tuEs - DuratioN 4 WeekStuitioN FEE 50 MatErials FEE 40accrEDitatioN certificate of attenDanceparticipant profiletoo busy to cook and have no time!!! complete meals from the kitchen to the table in no time at all. Do you want to make good food super-fast. it is absolutely possible in all Description learn from our expert tutor key kitchen skills experience a hands on informative and fun class take home a full suite of recipes enjoy a light tasting platethis is a hands on practical programmeLCF e CAPPAMore136MAke Your oWn Bir D/B At/Bee BoXes (part tiMe Day or eVening)PrOgrAMMe COde CaP030Day: thurs. - : MoN. - 10 WeekStuitioN FEE 80 MaTeRIalS Fee 30accrEDitatioN certificate of attenDanceparticipant profilethis programme is suitable for farmers, craft persons, and nature lovers. Would you like to observe wildlife in your own garden or farm? to improve biodiversity in the landscape and replace habitats lost through changes in farming practice why not create your own bird/bat/ or bee box. providing bat boxes will help conserve some of the nine bat species found in ireland. of the 101 bee species in ireland 80 are species of solitary bees. solitary bees are useful in the pollination of crops as well as having wider biodiversity benefits. no woodwork experience necessary. this programme is also suitable for farmers under the glas Description tool selection health and safety getting the best finish on your work carry out a range of woodwork techniques to include marking out, cutting, drilling and in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance, Job Seekers Bene t, Disability Allowance, Invalidity Allowance or Lone Parents AllowanceAll full me LCFE LearnersAll Senior Ci zensApply discount*on tuition fees for:Programmes are in high demand so book your place early!*Discounts apply to tui on fees only and not material feesnew

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