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  • Professional Cookery
    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 Professional Cookery Professional cookery 5M2088 What is Professional Cookery This course will present learners with the opportunity to develop practical culinary skills and an understanding of the science of food and food hygiene Students will also develop knowledge of changing kitchen technologies and the business aspects of cooking operations In completing this course students will also gain an understanding of the theory and practice of culinary arts All of the culinary modules take place in the kitchens of DIT Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2015 2016 subject to availability and demand Personal Effectiveness Meal Service Work Practice Pastry Baking and Desserts Word Processing Menu Planning Applied Nutrition Safety and Health at work Food Science and Technology International Cuisines Certification Professional Cookery 5M2088 Career Opportunities Graduates of this course may find employment in hotels restaurants catering departments cruise ships and airlines Graduates will also be well prepared for further studies in the areas of hospitality culinary arts tourism and business This FETAC award will enable participants to apply and progress onto the following newly developed Level 6 suite of Hotel Catering and Tourism programmes in Culinary Arts Hospitality Bar Supervision Front Office Management and Tourism In addition holders of FETAC Level 5 awards may also be able to apply for other degree courses under Higher Education Link Schemes especially in linked courses in DIT and IT Tallaght Entry Requirements Leaving Cert

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  • Professional Cookery Level 6
    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 Professional Cookery Level 6 6M2099 This course is designed to equip the learner with the relevant knowledge skills and competence to work using a range of specialised skills in a professional kitchen The course provides the student with an opportunity to obtain experience in a wide range of specialised areas such as food and beverage services bakeries and busy restaurants while gaining a sound general knowledge in areas needed to function in the hotel and catering environment This course leads to a FETAC Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Professional Cookery and includes the modules Culinary Techniques Menu Design and Applied Nutrition Culinary Food Safety Management Gastronomy

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  • Multimedia and Computers
    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 Multimedia and Computers Computer Applications Multimedia Computers Sound Engineering 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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  • Computer Applications
    back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Computer Applications Computer Applications Information Processing 5M2067 What is Computer Applications This one year course will aim to offer participants an introduction to the world of computers which is one of the fastest growing industries and has been a growth area in Ireland for quite some time This course will provide a sound foundation in the practical use of a wide variety of computer application packages Student will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to cope with advancements in computer technology This course may be of particular interest to those wishing to improve their confidence in using computers and a broad range of computer applications It will be of benefit to anyone interested in a career in a business or commercial computer environment The aim is to give the students proficiency in a number of computer based skills which would be of value particularly in a business environment or other growing IT industries During the course students may opt to seek work experience with organisations using multi media and computers in everything from web application to games development Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2014 subject to availabilit and demand Information and Communication Systems Bookkeeping manual and computerised The Internet Database Methods Web Authoring Communications Spread sheet Methods Word processing Work Experience Safety and Health at Work Certification FETAC LEVEL 5 Career Opportunities There is a wide range of opportunities in the I T sector including Technical Support Web Internet Support Computer Operations Administration etc Students obtaining certification in this course may progress to selected courses in Third Level colleges under the Higher Education Links Scheme including course links to DIT IT Blanchardstown IT Tallaght There are now a large amount of places in

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  • Multimedia and Computers
    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 Multimedia Multimedia Production 5M2146 What is Multimedia and Computers This one year course will aim to offer participants an introduction to the world of multimedia digital media which is one of the fastest growing areas in the software industry as well as information technology which has been a growth area in Ireland for quite some time From computer games to computer generated movies and from educational multimedia to internet banking graduates are always in demand This course will provide the introduction to careers in the computing industry but will also provide an important stepping stone to third level courses leading to exciting careers in the multimedia area During the course students may opt to seek work experience with organisations using multi media and computers in everything from web application to games development There is now a FETAC Level 6 Certificate available in this area Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2015 2016 subject to availability and demand Multimedia Authoring Teamwork Word Processing Design Skills Web Authoring Communications Work Experience Multimedia Project Development Media Analysis Mathematics Certification FETAC Level 5 Multimedia Production 5M2146 Career Opportunities There are now a large amount of places in computer courses in universities and in many local IT colleges for students who hold a FETAC qualification in either Multimedia or Information Technology For example next year IT Blanchardstown are introducing a BA in Digital Media with FETAC links There are many opportunities for employment in areas like web design multimedia production computer game production advertising

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  • Sound Engineering
    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 Sound Engineering Media Engineering 5M2149 What is Sound Engineering This one year course is designed to give students an introduction to the world of sound engineering the media and the music industry This course is designed to provide a combination of practical and theoretical tuition in all aspects of digital sound engineering and event production Students will work in a fully equipped digital studio and be involved in the production of live performance recording The overall aim of the course is to educate students for a variety of career opportunities within the audio industry and related areas It also aims for students to gain a broad appreciation of the technology every year more hardware and software becomes available to create music and teach students about music Its a hands on skills based PLC course which equips students with a fundamental knowledge of the common applications of music technology Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2014 subject to availability and demand Sound Engineering Web Authoring Work Experience Music Technology Radio Production Teamwork Media Analysis Communications Music Industry Studies Music Theory Practice Certification FETAC Level 5 in 5M2149 Media Engineering Career Opportunities Students may seek immediate employment in the music industry typical career opportunities are in the areas of sound engineering music production and recording live sound production and audio technology or on a range of companies and projects that seek graduates with an engineering aptitude The course will provide you with a qualification that has many applications within the music and audio industries These industries and employers now seek qualified and

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  • The Arts
    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 The Arts Art Music Music Performance 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 ECloak

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  • Music Performance
    now available at the back of the college 2016 Insurance letter for Work Experience now on website Music Performance What is Music Performance This course is aimed at developing a musician s ability in the areas of performance and musical awareness and to further enhance his her skills through music technology and computer applications This course provides students with hands on experience training and in the various aspects of the music industry Live performances and studio recordings are an integral part of the course which is designed for musicians songwriters and producers Through continued commitment to rehearsal students develop the discipline that is required to work in the music industry Students present produce and perform a number of live performances as part of their course work These offer an ideal environment in which each student can put into use the knowledge and skills gained while on the course Course Content The following modules will be offered in 2014 subject to availability and demand Music Performance Communications Work Experience Music Theory Practice Media Analysis Interview and audition based Music Industry Studies Teamwork Sound Engineering Music Technology Radio Production Certification Fetac level 5 in Music performance 5M2011 Career Opportunities Students will acquire competency in the theory and technologies associated with the fields of music composition and production sound engineering and recording music education community music sound for film radio TV Multimedia audio post production internet streaming location sound engineering sound synthesis and design audio for games etc Graduates of this course will have a firm foundation in music and the music industry preparing them for further study in this area along with the know how and experience to work in a professional music setting Students may progress from this course to Institutes of Technology and Universities through the Higher Education Links Scheme

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