Applied Computer Training Course
This course is run in co-operation with the Cork Education and Training Board – St. John’s Central College, the Department of Social Protection (DSP) and through Local Employment Service (LES).
The Applied Computer Training Course with parent friendly hours accommodates the needs of employers and Third Level colleges. The course content concentrates on the practical computer skills and general administration skills required to work in a modern business or office environment. Educational, career and personal guidance is a strong feature of the course and students are given all the support they need to make informed decisions regarding their future career and life choices..
|5N1610||Business Administration Skills|
|Fee Exemptions may apply ⇒|
|Gov PLC Fee||€200|
- Parent friendly hours
- Educational, career and personal guidance
- The opportunity to undertake work experience and apply new skills in the work environment
- On-campus créche facility
- Applicants in receipt of a Social Welfare payment may apply for VTOS or BTEA
Leaving Certificate (LC Established, LCVP or LCA) or equivalent
For mature applicants appropriate experience will be considered in lieu of formal qualifications.
One Year (mornings only)
The New Directions Course and the Applied Computer Training Course are run in co-operation with the Cork Education and Training Board – St. John’s Central College, the Department of Social and Social Protection (DSP) and the Cork City Partnership through the Local Employment Service (LES).
For an Application Form/Information Brochure contact St John’s Central College, your local LES Office or Job Facilitations Office-DSP.
Participants will be required to undertake 10 days of work placement in a relevant location. The College will assist participants in identifying suitable placements.
Education Progression Opportunities
SJC: QQI Business 6M4985. CIT: CR016; CR021; CR022; CR150; CR400; CR420. LIT: LC221; LC222; LC223; LC224; LC225; LC226. UCC: CK101; CK105; CK107; CK108; CK109; CK113; CK118; CK210; CK301; CK307. Tralee IT: TL731; TL831. WIT: WD084; WD134; WD159; WD193; WD200.
Information and Communications Technology and Business is the backbone of many industries – health, transport, finance, media and manufacturing – so the skills you will learn will be highly valued by employers.