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  • Science/Agricultural Science
    Policies Attendance Policy Student Code of Conduct Assessment Policy Inclusion Policy Anti bullying Policy Repeat Policy Examinations Policy Forms Templates Assessment Grading Scheme for Assignments Useful Links Work Experience Module Student Supports Mentoring System Special Educational Needs Learning Difficulties Career Guidance G 1 Sub Menu Mature Students Counselling Academic Support Facilities Campuses Car Parking Coffee Shop College Administration Office Pay Fees Here Login Student parking now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Science Agricultural Science pre university science agricultural science applied science laboratory techniques 5M3807 What is pre university science This one year course is designed to give students an introduction to the world of science and covers a variety of areas related to laboratory or physical science The mathematics element allows students to bring their mathematics levels up to the competence relevant to their intended third level course Students will also have the option to study other modules along with science to shape their qualification for entry to their desired course or area of employment Course content The following modules will be offered in 2015 subject to availability and demand Laboratory Techniques Communications Biology Work Experience Chemistry Word Processing Physics Safety and Health at work Mathematics Nutrition Anatomy Physiology Certification FETAC Level 5 in Applied Science Laboratory Techniques 5M3807 Career opportunities Graduates may pursue science certificate or degree courses in UCD TCD DCU NUI Maynooth DIT IT Blanchardstown UCC as well as other ITs and colleges around the country or in the UK For example there are up to 24 places in NUI Maynooth 20 places in UCD and 10 places in Trinity in First Science for FETAC graduates Alternatively students may seek immediate employment in a range of companies and projects that seek graduates with a science aptitude

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  • Business
    Assessment Grading Scheme for Assignments Useful Links Work Experience Module Student Supports Mentoring System Special Educational Needs Learning Difficulties Career Guidance G 1 Sub Menu Mature Students Counselling Academic Support Facilities Campuses Car Parking Coffee Shop College Administration Office Pay Fees Here Login Student parking now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Business Business studies 5M2102 What is pre university business This one year course is an ideal entry level qualification for all aspects of the business world There is a large demand for people with business skills in the world of work This course also gives students an opportunity to study the area of sales and marketing and progress directly to employment or third level Marketing is a specialised area within the business world that could lead to a long and rewarding career Either of these qualifications can be used to progress to certificate and degree programmes in IT colleges or universities There is now a FETAC Level 6 Certificate available in this area Course content The following modules will be offered in 2015 subject to availability and demand Marketing Practice Communications Accounting Manual Computerised Work Experience Business Administration Word Processing Economics Safety Health at work Business Law Mathematics Financial Services certification FETAC Level 5 in Business Studies 5M2102 Career opportunities Graduates may pursue a diploma or degree in many universities or IT colleges around the country or alternatively may seek immediate employment in a range of business or marketing concerns There are now a large range of certificates ordinary and honours degree courses available to graduates on the newly expanded FETAC links programme The Pre University Business option will allow students to progress to universities like NUI Maynooth UCD DCU and DIT to pursue business marketing finance or

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  • Tourism and Business
    Repeat Policy Examinations Policy Forms Templates Assessment Grading Scheme for Assignments Useful Links Work Experience Module Student Supports Mentoring System Special Educational Needs Learning Difficulties Career Guidance G 1 Sub Menu Mature Students Counselling Academic Support Facilities Campuses Car Parking Coffee Shop College Administration Office Pay Fees Here Login Student parking now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Tourism with Business What is Tourism and Business This one year course is an ideal entry level qualification for all aspects of the growing E business sector in Ireland This one year Tourism Programme has been designed to enable students to gain a broad understanding of the operations of the Tourism Industry and to facilitate their integration into the workplace or into further education and training It also allows students to appreciate the opportunities presented by the web and e Business to successfully market products and services This course also gives students an opportunity to study the area of tourism and travel both from the technology skills required and from the tourist industry perspective This qualification can be used to progress to certificate and degree programmes in I T colleges or universities particularly in business faculties Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2015 subject to availability and demand Tourism Information and Administration Tourism Principles and Practice Communications Work Experience The Internet Word Processing Safety and Health at Work Business Administration Marketing Practice Certification FETAC Level 5 in Tourism with Business 5M5011 Career Opportunities Graduates may pursue a diploma or degree in many IT colleges around the country or alternatively may seek immediate employment in a range of tourist or other marketing concerns The Tourism and Business option will allow students to progress to colleges like DIT IT Tallaght or

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  • eBusiness
    College Policies Attendance Policy Student Code of Conduct Assessment Policy Inclusion Policy Anti bullying Policy Repeat Policy Examinations Policy Forms Templates Assessment Grading Scheme for Assignments Useful Links Work Experience Module Student Supports Mentoring System Special Educational Needs Learning Difficulties Career Guidance G 1 Sub Menu Mature Students Counselling Academic Support Facilities Campuses Car Parking Coffee Shop College Administration Office Pay Fees Here Login Student parking now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website eBusiness 5M0828 eBusiness What is eBusiness This one year course is an ideal entry level qualification for all aspects of the growing tourism sector in Ireland There is a large demand for people who are able to use technology in their position in a business and take advantage of the all the opportunities offered through eBusiness This qualification can be used to progress to certificate and degree programmes in I T colleges or universities particularly in business faculties Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2015 subject to availability and demand eBusiness Studies Web Authoring The Internet Communications Work Experience Word Processing Safety and Health at Work Business Administration Marketing Practice Certification FETAC Level 5 in eBusiness 5M0828 Career Opportunities Graduates may pursue a diploma or degree in many universities or IT colleges around the country or alternatively may seek immediate employment in a range of business or marketing concerns There are now a large range of certificates ordinary and honours degree courses available to graduates on the newly expanded FETAC links programme The E Business option will allow students to progress to universities like NUIG and UCC as well as courses in ITB Tallaght Letterkenny and DIT to pursue ebusiness or marketing or business information systems options Entry Requirements Leaving Cert LCVP or LCA

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  • Sport
    Food Professional Cookery Professional Cookery Level 6 Multimedia and Computers Computer Applications Multimedia and Computers Sound Engineering The Arts Music Performance Art Portfoliio Level 6 Courses Art 6M4029 Early Childhood Care Education 6M2007 Community Development 6M3674 Multimedia and Web Development EMXXX Sports and Recreation 6M5147 Professional Cookery 6M2099 Student Information Fees Grants Graduation National Framework of Qualifications Links to Third Level and Higher Education Communication with students College Policies Attendance Policy Student Code of Conduct Assessment Policy Inclusion Policy Anti bullying Policy Repeat Policy Examinations Policy Forms Templates Assessment Grading Scheme for Assignments Useful Links Work Experience Module Student Supports Mentoring System Special Educational Needs Learning Difficulties Career Guidance G 1 Sub Menu Mature Students Counselling Academic Support Facilities Campuses Car Parking Coffee Shop College Administration Office Pay Fees Here Login Student parking now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Sport Sports Science Sports Management and Coaching VS Ware Moodle Staff Email Student Email IT Helpdesk Student s Work Blogs Garda Vetting Contact Us School Dunboyne College of Further Education Address Dunboyne Business Park Dunboyne Co Meath Principal Mr Denis Leonard DLeonard dbc LMETB ie Deputy Principal Ms Emer Cloak

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  • Sports Science
    and recreation or leisure industries The sports and recreation graduate will gain the social communication and leadership skills to work with individuals and groups in the growing sports coaching and health and fitness areas Many of the skills acquired will be transferable for use in business or community development settings Sports and Recreation Studies will lay a foundation for these skills and provide the work experience to put learning into practice This course will combine sports and coaching expertise with a study of science for the growing sports science area This course also aims to give students a thorough knowledge of all aspects of the practical side of the health and fitness industry If all areas of the options are taken a candidate will be in a position to be self employed as a life coach personal trainer or sporting coach Students will learn how to coach various sports how to test individuals fitness design and prescribe gym fitness programmes Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2014 subject to availability and demand Sports Recreation Soccer Coaching Nutrition Sports Anatomy Physiology Communications Chemistry Biology Word Processing Rugby Coaching Laboratory Techniques Exercise and Fitness Gaelic Football Coaching Work Experience Safety Health at Work Certification FETAC Level 5 in Sports Recreation and Exercise FAI Level 1 Coaching Certificate or GAA Level 1 Coaching Sports Coaching certificates in various Sporting and Fitness areas Career Opportunities The course will give graduates the opportunity to pursue a university course or career in sports science or become sports development officers The Gaelic Coaching module will be aimed at students becoming development officers in the GAA The general qualification will lead to careers in the rapidly expanding leisure industry The Level 5 qualification can lead to certificate or degree courses in Sports or indeed Business

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  • Sports Management and Coaching
    for Work Experience now on website Sports Management Coaching What is Sports Management and Coaching This one year course will aim to prepare participants for work with people in the sports coaching recreation or leisure industries The sports management and coaching graduate will gain the social communication and leadership skills to work with individuals and groups in the growing sports coaching and health and fitness areas Many of the skills acquired will be transferable for use in business or community development settings Sports Management and Coaching will lay a foundation for these skills and provide the work experience to put learning into practice This course will combine sports and coaching expertise with business management and communication skills This programme is ideal for both school leavers and experienced mature persons seeking a formal education It will allow graduates to pursue scholarship programmes in Ireland or abroad Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2014 subject to availability and demand Sports and Recreation Anatomy Physiology Work Experience Health Related Fitness Nutrition Teamwork Exercise and Fitness Biology Laboratory Techniques Communications Chemistry Work Experience Word Processing Teamwork Coaching Studies Rugby Coaching Soccer Coaching Gaelic Coaching Supplemental certificates will be offered in GAA soccer tennis and athletics subject to demand Certification FETAC Level 5 in Sports and Recreation Studies 5M5146 Sports Coaching certificates in various Sporting and Fitness areas Career Opportunities The course will give graduates the opportunity to become sports development officers or work in areas like gyms leisure centres or sports clubs The general qualification will lead to careers in the rapidly expanding leisure industry The Level 5 qualification can lead to certificate or degree courses in Sports or indeed Business Computers etc in many IT colleges and universities throughout the country as well as pursuing a FETAC level 6 in

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  • Food
    Professional Cookery Professional Cookery Level 6 Multimedia and Computers Computer Applications Multimedia and Computers Sound Engineering The Arts Music Performance Art Portfoliio Level 6 Courses Art 6M4029 Early Childhood Care Education 6M2007 Community Development 6M3674 Multimedia and Web Development EMXXX Sports and Recreation 6M5147 Professional Cookery 6M2099 Student Information Fees Grants Graduation National Framework of Qualifications Links to Third Level and Higher Education Communication with students College Policies Attendance Policy Student Code of Conduct Assessment Policy Inclusion Policy Anti bullying Policy Repeat Policy Examinations Policy Forms Templates Assessment Grading Scheme for Assignments Useful Links Work Experience Module Student Supports Mentoring System Special Educational Needs Learning Difficulties Career Guidance G 1 Sub Menu Mature Students Counselling Academic Support Facilities Campuses Car Parking Coffee Shop College Administration Office Pay Fees Here Login Student parking now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Food Professional Cookery Level 5 Professional Cookery Level 6 VS Ware Moodle Staff Email Student Email IT Helpdesk Student s Work Blogs Garda Vetting Contact Us School Dunboyne College of Further Education Address Dunboyne Business Park Dunboyne Co Meath Principal Mr Denis Leonard DLeonard dbc LMETB ie Deputy Principal Ms Emer

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