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This course is the first year of a two year full time programme, which has been designed to equip learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for successful employment in the industry and higher education.
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
This course will build upon a strong interest learners already have in Performing Arts to develop their skills and understanding with the aim of preparing them to progress to Higher Education or to enter the industry directly. The course is practically focused to develop expertise in the areas of Drama, Technical Theatre, Music and Dance. Through the College's links with the Burnavon Theatre learners will receive industry standard experience.
Campus: Enniskillen
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
Advanced Automotive Engineering has been identified as a key area for economic growth in Northern ireland. A BTEC Diploma in Engineering is designed to equip Learnerss with the knowledge and understanding required for success in a range of mechanical and electrical/electronic engineering occupations. This qualification includes a selection of Automotive Technology units for Learners of engineering who have a particular interest this area.
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
Advanced Automotive Engineering has been identified as a key area for economic growth in Northern ireland. A BTEC Diploma in Engineering is designed to equip Learnerss with the knowledge and understanding required for success in a range of mechanical and electrical/electronic engineering occupations. This qualification includes a selection of Automotive Technology units for Learners of engineering who have a particular interest this area.
Campus: Omagh
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
The two year, full time Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Travel and Tourism, combined with the Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Hospitality has been designed to equip learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for success in higher education and/or employment in both these sectors. South West College has excellent relations with local industry to facilitate this.
Campus: Enniskillen
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
The Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Vehicle Technology is part of a GOLD Apprenticeship which also comprises of a IMIAL Level 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Competence . The course is dedicated to giving the learner up to date knowledge of vehicle technology and be able to fault find on the main vehicle components and systems.
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
The aim of this course is to build upon learners' interest in Science, to develop their skills, deepen their understanding, and prepare them for progression into Higher Education or into employment in the Science industry with a focus on Food Technology. The practical nature of the course is designed to develop learners' practical skills and expertise in the area of applied sciences through hands on experience, case studies and projects.
Campus: Omagh
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
The aim of this course is to build upon the interest learners already have in the field of Art and Design and prepare them either to progress to Higher Education in the field, or to enter the industry directly. The practical nature of the course is designed to develop learner's expertise of the area of Fine Art and Large and Small Scale Design. Through hands on projects, they will develop skills, knowledge and understanding. A range of carefully selected topics equip learners with a broad view of all the main subjects needed to fully understand this area, and to be able to design and implement projects to a high standard.
Campus: Enniskillen
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3
The aim of this course is to build upon the interest learners already have in the field of Creative Media Production, for example, Film, TV, Journalism, Advertising and Design. Learners will develop a substantial common core of knowledge, including pre-production techniques, critical approaches to media products and an understanding of the creative media sector. Through work related projects and coursework, they will develop practical skills relevant to the broad range of roles within the media industry.
Campus: Enniskillen
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 04/09/2017
Level: 3

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