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The HNC Sport (Health, Fitness & Exercise) is a Part-time course, delivered over 2 days a week, over 2 years. It is available in ALL Campus’s (Enniskillen, Omagh and Dungannon). / This HNC is intended to equip you with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for success in current and future employment or for progression to final year degree or employment.
The Photography & Graphic Design Higher Education Pathway at South West College is taught within the Pearson BTEC HNC/D Art and Design RQF Level4/5 Specification, and is a 2-year course split into two 1 year elements. / The HNC/D Photography & Graphic Design is a unique Commercially driven course with an exciting blend of employer engagement, industry collaboration and contemporary design projects. The course is designed to produce industry-ready graduates who can think and execute design solutions across the range of print and digital formats. / This client and project-led course will teach you the elements of visual design for both web and print delivery. You will work on creative live briefs to ensure you have practical experience of the design processes.
The HND Computing will equip you with a range of up to date technical and practical skills that are in high demand for careers in the computing and business world. / You can study part-time to suit personal or working commitments. / You will be introduced to a range of subjects building your skills in the areas of security, programming, databases and hardware infrastructure through professional practice. / You'll receive a HND Computing qualification on successful completion of the course enabling you to progress to the top up Honours Degree.
HND Diploma in Performing Arts offers Learners the chance to develop a broad range of skills in the subject area. This course offers an ideal opportunity to build on work from Level 4 HNC Performing Arts, to pursue a specialist interest and focus on practical performance skills.
The HND Sport (Health, Fitness & Exercise) is a Part-time course, delivered over 2 days a week, over 2 years. It is available in ALL Campus’s (Enniskillen, Omagh and Dungannon). / This HND is intended to equip you with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for success in current and future employment or for progression to final year degree or employment.
This course’s purpose is to develop students as professional, self-reflective individuals able to meet the demands of employers in creative industries sector and adapt to an ever-changing world. It provides the learner with the opportunity to develop as a Fine Art Practitioner and gain a thorough knowledge and understanding of contemporary practice allowing you to become confident and professional.
The HND Hair and Beauty Management programme provides learners with a solid foundation in management skills which can either be applied to the hair and beauty sector or be transferred to other industries and sectors.
This course will give you an engaging and stimulating introduction to the construction industry and help you to progress to Level 3 and into employment.
This course is a specialist work-related qualification in Computing, taught through lectures, demonstrations, workshops and group work. When preceded by the Level 3 Diploma in Computing in year 1, the Extended Diploma results in a total equivalent of 3 A Levels.
This is a four year part-time course aimed at those interested in a career in Early Years. The theoretical training establishes and develops the skills necessary to cope with the challenges of supporting, caring for and educating young children in a professional environment. A work based element forms an integral part of the degree and graduates will be highly qualified with a sound, practical and theoretical training. Applications must be made to Stranmillis before 1st March on year of entry.