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The course provides a balance between theory and practice that from professional bodies such as National Counselling society (NCS) and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) for counsellor training programmes. The programme also provides an exit point at Cert HE level and is accredited by the National Counselling Society (NCS) for Learners who wish to gain knowledge of counselling to support other professional roles. It is important that Learners have good mental / psychological / emotional health to support their own wellbeing and that of clients when they are in clinical placement.
This programme provides learners with optional modules in Creative Arts, Animation and Media Production. Cert HE Digital Arts and Technologies exit award also available. The programme comprises seven compulsory modules, five at Level 4 and two at Level 5, including a 40 credit point Work Based Learning module, totalling 130 credits of study with the remaining 110 credits of study achieved through Learner’s chosen options.
Are you a problem-solver? Do you ever wonder how things work? Do you want to be part of one of the largest and most innovative sectors in Northern Ireland? Talented engineers, technicians and managers are vital to the future success of our engineering and advanced manufacturing sectors and the opportunities are both vast and impressive. Manufacturing Engineers are the individuals responsible for the design, manufacture, implementation, and monitoring of everything from hair straighteners to aircraft. Locally Manufacturing Engineers are heavily involved in the Design and Manufacture of machinery to support areas such as Agriculture, Quarrying and Recycling. In order to be a successful Manufacturing Engineer you should possess strong analytical, communication, technical and organisational skills.
Mechatronic Engineering unifies traditional Mechanical Engineering and Electrical/ Electronic Engineering. For example, in the 1970’s cars were 95% Mechanical machines, thought up and designed by Mechanical engineers. Systems included Mechanical braking systems, Mechanical fuel systems etc. Now, whilst cars still rely on the same fundamental Mechanical systems these systems have an additional Electronic element bolted on, so whilst the braking action is Mechanically the same, a computer also monitors the braking process to prevent wheel lock (skidding) - a system known as ABS (anti-lock braking systems). Secondly whilst fuel is still injected into the engine Mechanically a computer monitors how much fuel is going in to improve efficiency - a system known as drive by wire Electronic fuel injection systems. This evolution not only applies to cars but also features heavily in our local industry – Quarry machinery, Agricultural machinery etc.
Are you a problem-solver? Do you ever wonder how things work? Do you want to be part of one of the largest and most innovative sectors in Northern Ireland? This course has a broad application in the fields of wind turbine technology, and mechatronics. The course attracts school and college leavers, as well as employees wanting to up-skill. The course focuses on common core engineering disciplines and skills and then incorporates specialist topics relevant to each specialism. The course provides a comprehensive foundation in the skills needed to design and maintain electronic equipment, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, mechanical systems and products, as well as the specialist skills needed for each of the three specialisms. The course aims to prepare learners to progress to Honours Degree level or directly enter employment as a highly skilled employee.
This course is designed to prepare learners for a career in Civil Engineering and related industries at higher technician level. It will provide learners with specific practical and professional skills in analysis, organisation, design, teamwork and communication. The course also aims to prepare learners to progress to Honours Degree level study or directly enter employment as a highly skilled employee.
This course is designed to prepare learners for a career in Civil Engineering and related industries at higher technician level. It will provide learners with specific practical and professional skills in analysis, organisation, design, teamwork and communication. The course also aims to prepare learners to progress to Honours Degree level study or directly enter employment as a highly skilled employee.
The overall aim of this Foundation Degree is to provide a sufficiently broad education in financial services that will ensure that degree holders are well equipped for further career enhancement. To assist in this, an integral part of the programme is an industrial placement that includes an appropriate Work-based Learning component. This Foundation Degree will equip students with the combination of technical skills, academic knowledge and transferable skills that employers locally are demanding. On-going consultation through the College’s Industrial Advisory Board ensures the industrial relevance of the programme and will ensure that a suitable range of career paths is available to the graduate.
This course is designed around the computing requirements of local industry. Learners will gain the knowledge, understanding and design skills to formulate solutions to computing problems and the practical skills to implement those solutions. Additionally, ‘soft’ skills will be developed in teamwork, communications, professional practice and time management.
This course is designed around the computing requirements of local industry. Learners will gain the knowledge, understanding and design skills to formulate solutions to computing problems and the practical skills to implement those solutions. Additionally, ‘soft’ skills will be developed in teamwork, communications, professional practice and time management.