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Hairdressing

Two year full time course designed to obtain a nationally and internationally recognised qualification in Hairdressing. 

Certification

FETAC Hairdressing Level 5

Entry Requirement

Leaving Certificate / Leaving Applied Certificate or equivalent

Mature Students

Places will be allocated on an interview basis

Career Option

Hair Stylist, Barber and Salon Colourist

Further Education Links

Further certification will be offered from industry

Contact

Ms Trish Lynam, Principal, McEgan College, 026 41076

Course Outline

Hairdressing Theory and Practice - 5N3345 Hairdressing Science - 5N3346
Safety and Health at Work - 5N1794
Communications - 5N0690
Work Experience - 5N1356
Customer Service - 5N0972
Information and Administration - 5N1389

Health Care Support

Health Care Support

Certification FETAC Health Care Support | Level 5

Award Code 5M4339

Introduction

This course will be of benefit to those interested in working in social services and as care assistants. This course prepares students to work with dependant adults and children in community settings and provides a holistic patient-centred approach to Healthcare.

Duration

A one year full time course.

Certification

National Certificate FETAC Level 5 in Health Care Support.

Entry Requirements

Applicants will be interviewed and places awarded according to suitability for the course.

Career Options

Social Services

Community Care Services

Voluntary Care Services

Care Assistants

Further Education Links

CIT: Social Care CR031

LIT: Social and Community Studies LC407

ITT: Applied Social Studies TL190

WIT: Applied Social Studies in Social Care WD135.

Course Director: Catherine Kelleher

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Advanced ICT - Administration

Advanced ICT Certificate in Administration

Certification FETAC Administration | Level 6

Award Code 6M5013

Introduction

This Level 6 course provides advanced training in Business Management and Administration. The course is only available to students who have successfully acquired their European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) and successfully completed a minimum of four FETAC Level 5 subjects. The Advanced ICT at Level 6 is composed of several modules, each module is a self- contained unit of study within the programme and is delivered and assessed independently. Modules may therefore be combined flexibly with other modules in order to provide certification.

Duration

A one year course which will run from 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. The modules are timetabled to suit those with family commitments.

Certification

National Certificate FETAC Level 6 in Administration

ECDL Advanced Word

ECDL Advanced Spreadsheets

ECDL Advanced Database

Entry Requirements

All applicants will have successfully completed their ECDL and a minimum of 4 FETAC Level 5 modules.

Career Options

Graduates of this course will be prepared for work in administration or software support in such businesses as Local Authorities, Civil Service, Health Boards, Financial Institutions, Schools, Private Industry, etc.

Further Education Links

Students may continue their studies at Institutes of Higher Education through the Higher Education Links Scheme. For further details see p.14.

Course Director: Carmel Collins

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COURSE OUTLINE

Level 6 Word Processing (6N4977), Level 6 Spreadsheets (6N4089), Level 6 Relational Database (6N4785), Level 6 Business Planning (6N4105), Level 6 Communications (6N1950), Level 6 Administration Practice (6N4169), Personal and Professional Development (6N1949), Advanced ECDL – Word Processing, Advanced ECDL – Spreadsheets, Advanced ECDL – Database

Applied Social Studies

Applied Social Studies

Certification FETAC Applied Social Studies | Level 5

Award Code 5M2181

Introduction

This course provides students with a foundation in the areas of Psychology and Social Studies. It is a means to progress to further Third level studies.

Duration

A one year full time course.

Certification

National Certificate FETAC Level 5 in Applied Social Studies.

Entry Requirements

Applicants will be interviewed and places awarded according to suitability for the course.

Career Options

The course equips graduates to progress to further studies in the area of Social Science and Social Care.

Further Education Links

UCC: Social Science CK102.

WIT: Psychology WD163; Applied Social Studies WD135; BA WD200.

Course Director: Catherine Kelleher

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COURSE OUTLINE

Social Studies (5N1370), Communications (5N0690), Work Experience (5N1356), Care Support (5N0758), Safety & Health at Work (5N1794), Human Growth & Development (5N1279), Psychology (5N0754), Intercultural Studies (5N0765)

Office Administration

Office Administration

Certification FETAC Business Studies | Level 5

Award Code 5M1997

Introduction

This one-year course is long established at the College with a reputation for excellence. It aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to enter the world of business. Students are trained to a high level of competency in current office technology. On successful completion of the course, students will have many opportunities to gain employment in the Computer/Secretarial areas or progress to further study in the Information Technology or Business/Commerce areas.

Duration

A one year full time course.

Certification

National Certificate FETAC Level 5 in Office Administration ECDL

Entry Requirements

Applicants will be interviewed and places awarded according to suitability for the course.

Career Options

Graduates of this course have obtained employment in Local Authorities, Civil Service, Health Boards, Financial Institutions, Schools, Private Industry, etc.

Progression to Higher Education

• Progression to a variety of third level courses in Institutes of Technology and Universities in the areas of Office Information Systems, Business Studies, Information Systems Management, Electronic Business and Training and other business courses.

• Students may also progress to Certificate in Administration Level 6 in McEgan College see p 8.

Course Director: Bernie Angland

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COURSE OUTLINE

Word Processing (5N1358), Marketing Practice (5N1400), Work Experience (5N1356), Payroll - Manual and Computerised (5N154), Communications (5N0690), Text Production (5N1422), ECDL (4N112 & 4N1125), Information and Administration (5N1389), Bookkeeping - Manual and Computerised (5N1354), E-Business (5N1369), Business Administration Skills (5N1610), Spreadsheet (5N1997)

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Address:   McEgan College, Macroom, Co. Cork
Phone: 026 41076
Fax: 026 42719
Email: [email protected]

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