- Engineering Workshop Process
- Material Science
- Engineering Workshop Theory
- Work Experience
- Computer Aided Drawing (2-D)
- Engineering Drawing
This course is designed to give students an experience within the engineering technologies and to prepare students for entry into third level education or the world of engineering industry. During the course students have access to technical workshops, fitted with a variety of relevant equipment They have the opportunity to learn exact skills in work place which satisfies the highest safety standards. Students gain a theoretical knowledge and practical skills in measuring and inspection techniques, the properties of engineering materials and machining methods, the use of a range of tools and equipment. As a course feature work experience helps learners to make links which often result in employment.
Career Opportunities & Progression Routes
Students who participate in this course are eligible to apply for apprenticeships or go directly into the workforce. Those students who successfully complete the course can gain entry to third level education by an alternative route known as the Higher Education Links Scheme, whereby students can gain entry to specific courses in the Institute of Technology, using their QQI examination results instead of their Leaving Certificate results.
This course is aimed at students who have completed the Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Applied, Leaving Certificate Vocational and mature students with an interest in engineering with suitable candidates being selected by interview.
Barry McCourt - Course Co-Ordinator
College registration Fees €200.00
Government Levy €200.00*
*Participants are exempt if they:
- are in receipt of BTEA or VTOS allowance
- Are eligible for a SUSI Grant
- Have a full Medical Card
QQI level 5 exam fee €50**
QQI level 6 exam fee €80**
**Participants are exempt if they:
- Are in receipt of BTEA or VTOS
- Have a full medical card
Some Courses have additional Fees - these are outlined accordingly.