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  • Fees
    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 Fees The pricing structure for Nursing Healthcare and Multimedia is 750 which includes additional external certification Sound Engineering and Professional Cookery are priced at 1 050 to include rent and materials in outside locations All other courses for the academic year 2015 2016 will be priced at 650 All prices include full exam fees Payment of the full fee guarantees a student a place on the course that they have been offered 200 of this fee is a government levy and is refundable for full medical card holders and those on grants or Back to Education Allowance All students can claim a refund for their courses up to the Monday after start up of the year of enrolment September 23rd in 2015 if they decline their offer The college only retains a 30 administration fee if a refund is claimed before this date Refunds will not be offered after this date Demand for places is usually high We will interview for all courses All prospective students should apply early VS Ware Moodle Staff Email Student Email IT Helpdesk Student s Work

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  • Grants
    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 Grants Grants and BTEI Information Maintenance Grants Students who are entering an approved full time Post Leaving Certificate PLC course for the first time or who are already attending approved PLC courses are eligible to apply for a maintenance grant This grant does not cover Core VTOS courses or cover the cost of registration or examination fees It is a maintenance grant paid each month directly into the students bank account It is not necessary for students to know the exact course they will be attending in September in order to apply for a PLC Maintenance Grant The initial decision regarding the grant is based solely on income The PLC Maintenance Grant is a means tested grant This involves an assessment of the earnings in the family parents and candidate Students over 23 years of age in the year of entry to the course who are living outside the family home will be assessed on their income and that of their spouse if applicable All information on www studentfinance ie Back to Education Allowance If you are unemployed parenting alone or have a disability and are getting certain payments from the Department of Social Protection you may attend a second or third level education course and get the Back to Education Allowance BTEA This weekly allowance is paid at a standard rate and is not means tested As well as your weekly BTEA

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  • Graduation
    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 Graduation Dunboyne College s graduation takes place in Dunboyne Castle in May each year There will be two ceremonies and it is important that you attend the correct ceremony with your class group 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

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  • National Framework of Qualifications
    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 National Framework of Qualifications The National Framework of Qualifications comprises 10 levels It accommodates awards gained in schools colleges universities workplaces and training centres from the most basic QQI level 1 to the most advanced HETAC level 10 levels of learning The Framework encompasses all education and training provision in Ireland QQI awards are available at Levels 1 10 The Framework shows how education training awards relate to one another A key element of the Framework is to enable access and progression opportunities between Levels QQI has responsibility for making all awards on the framework www qqi ie The Framework helps to provide clarity to employers learners and the public on the type and level of qualifications available in Ireland The module descriptor and learner brief details the level of this qualification Courses are certified by QQI Quality and Qualifications Ireland on the national framework of qualifications at levels 3 to 6 NQAI provides details of the ten levels on the National Framework of Qualifications at www nfq ie higher education links scheme The Higher Education Links Scheme facilitates learners from Dunboyne College who have achieved a full QQI Level 5 Certificate or Level 6 Advanced Certificate to progress to a range of courses at Higher Education Institutions throughout the country There are currently over forty Higher Education Institutions offering progression to a wide variety of Level 6 Higher Certificate Level 7 Ordinary Degree and Level 8 Honours Degree programmes all of which form part

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  • Links to Third Level and Higher Education
    DCU DIT NUIG Dundalk IT University of Limerick Limerick IT Letterkenny IT NUI Maynooth Milltown N C I Sligo IT Tallaght IT Tralee IT UCC UCD Waterford IT Childcare Special Needs Assistant 5M2009 IT Blanchardstown IT Carlow DCU DIT Dun Laoghaire A I D T Letterkenny IT Maynooth University Marino College Mary Immaculate Tralee IT UCC or any college under Applied Social Studies Nursing Studies 5M4349 Athlone IT DCU Dundalk IT Galway Mayo Institute University of Limerick Letterkenny I T St Angela s Sligo Tralee IT TCD UCC UCD Waterford IT or any college under Applied Social Studies Community and Healthcare 5M4468 Athlone IT DCU Dundalk IT Galway Mayo Institute University of Limerick Letterkenny I T St Angela s Sligo Tralee IT TCD UCC UCD Waterford IT or any college under Applied Social Studies Pre law 5M3789 UCC DCU Waterford IT Carlow IT D B S Shannon College Letterkenny IT or any other college accepting the Pre Arts qualification Business and Marketing Studies 5M2102 Athlone IT IT Blanchardstown IT Carlow Cork IT DCU DIT Dundalk IT Galway Mayo Institute Limerick IT Letterkenny IT N C I Shannon College of Hotel Management Sligo IT Tallaght IT Tipperary IT Tralee IT UCC UCD Waterford IT Pre university Arts Culture Studies 5M2154 or Language and European Studies 5M2073 Maynooth University UCD DCU Mater Dei Milltown UCC Athlone IT Carlow College NUIG IT Blanchardstown St Patrick s College Drumcondra Or nearly any course that has no specific course code entrance requirement Journalism Print Journalism 5M2464 St Pats Carlow Dundalk IT Dun Laoghaire IADT NCAD Tallaght IT Maynooth University and nearly all the colleges who accept the Pre Arts qualification Professional Cookery 5M2088 DIT IT Tallaght Shannon and other IT colleges Music Performance 5M2011 DCU Dun Laoghaire Maynooth University IT Dundalk University of Limerick Tralee

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  • Communication with students
    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 Communication with students Content to follow 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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  • College Policies
    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 College Policies It is the responsiblity of each student to familiarise themselves with all of the college policies Anti bullying Policy Attendance Policy Student Code of Conduct Assessment Policy Examinations Policy Inclusion Policy CCTV POLICY Communication s policy Fire policy ICT and Social Media policy Plagiarism LMETB VLE Repeat Policy Special Educational Needs Policy Appeal Procedure Appeals process VS Ware Moodle Staff Email Student Email IT Helpdesk Student s Work Blogs Garda Vetting Contact Us School

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  • Attendance Policy
    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 Attendance Policy Back to College Policies DCFE recognises the positive correlation between class attendance and student retention and achievement Any class missed reduces the opportunity for learning and may adversely affect the student s achievement in the course Levels of attendance have a direct impact on the success of our students Students are more likely to complete and achieve their qualification if they attend all classes Students who arrive late will impact not only on their own learning but on the learning of the rest of the class Similarly employers set high expectations of attendance and punctuality in the workplace We therefore expect our students to comply with high levels of attendance and punctuality Students are expected to Ensure that they attend all classes Arrive at the start of the class properly equipped and prepared for the lesson Always schedule medical and other appointments out of college hours where possible Not take on work or other commitments which clash with class times Stay for the duration of the lesson Explain any absences lateness to their mentor in advance of or as soon as possible after the event Where lateness occurs students are expected to enter the room quietly and cause as little disruption as possible Inform themselves of the materials covered in class during any absences including work missed details of assessment and class college administration For some classes e g in laboratory practical s students may not be permitted to enter if late for health and safety reasons Attendance is taken during the first 10 minutes of class Students arriving after attendance has been taken will be

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