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  • LIT - LC253 Construction - Higher Certificate
    293001 Email Information lit ie ENTERPRISE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE Enterprise Ladder Innovation Vouchers Hartnett EAC National Franchise Centre Enterprise START Market Link Enterprise News Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC253 Construction Higher Certificate LIT LIT Courses LC253 Construction Higher Certificate LC253 Construction Higher Certificate Home LC253 Construction Higher Certificate Construction Higher Certificate in Science Level 6 Programme Code LC253 Course Level Level 6 Department Built Environment CAO Points 2015 210 Duration 2 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme provides the student with an understanding of the construction of buildings including methods of construction types of building materials services in buildings e g heating air conditioning etc production of construction drawings surveying setting out building safety and law etc This programme also addresses the economics of construction sustainable construction technologies and sustainable building services which provides the student with an understanding of how to construct buildings in a sustainable manner in the construction industry of the future Who is the programme suited to The programme is suited to students from second level and mature students seeking an entry level qualification to the construction industry Top 3 Reasons 1 As a graduate of this programme you re ideally placed to take advantage of the opportunities that should arise in sustainable construction and public investment in the future 2 You will have an opportunity to progress your education through the ladder format add on 1 year for a Degree Level 7 3 We re experts in Construction Education we ve been teaching Construction for nearly 40 years Class Contact Hours 22 hours per week Year 1 Construction Technology Building Systems Construction IT 1 Technical Graphics Land Surveying Economics Industry Mathematics Year 2 Sustainable Construction Technology Structures Sustainable Building Services 1 Construction IT 2 Site Surveying Setting Out Management Skills and Health Safety Building Safety Law Electives Introduction to Site Management Estimating Occupational Safety Health Building Pathology Surveying Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 5 Passes in Leaving Certificate subjects including Mathematics and English Irish FETAC Applicants and Mature Applicants Refer to section Entry Requirements for further information CAO Please visit www cao ie for further information on how to apply to this course Jobs Include Junior Site Engineer Trainee Site Manager Graduates Work For Colas Construction John Paul Construction Graduate Profile Further Studies A graduate from this programme would be involved in a range of construction related activities including

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  • LIT - LC241 Construction Management - BSc (Honours)
    Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC241 Construction Management BSc Honours LIT LIT Courses LC241 Construction Management BSc Honours LC241 Construction Management BSc Honours Home LC241 Construction Management BSc Honours Construction Management BSc Honours Level 8 Programme Code LC241 Course Level Level 8 Department Built Environment CAO Points 2015 250 Duration 4 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact Video What is the programme about You will be able to manage the construction process and to meet the needs of clients within legal financial and environmental constraints Construction Managers require a combination of engineering knowledge good business and organisation skills and a capacity for leadership in managing the building process LIT graduates have an in depth knowledge and understanding of the construction process and the necessary theoretical knowledge to match solutions to construction problems the management skills to plan organize and manage construction projects and the ability to contribute to the construction process in a manner that sustains and enhances the natural and the built environments This includes being responsible for coordinating a wide variety of skilled workers and specialists and leading them in the implementation of the plan monitoring progress against the required objectives and making adjustments to ensure that the goals originally set forth are achieved Construction Management graduates are also involved in marshalling the resources required labour materials equipment time and money and translating the work of designers such as architects and engineers into reality Who is the programme suited to Students from second level and mature students who wish to work in the construction industry in Ireland or abroad mainly in a management and technical capacity Top 3 Reasons 1 This programme is fully accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building CIOB 2 The Work Placement Year provides you with an opportunity to use the skills learned at LIT and apply them to real life situations 3 LIT has the only specialist School of Built Environment in the Mid West Region and has been teaching Construction for nearly 40 years Class Contact Hours 20 Hours per week Useful Links Vico Software supports our Construction Management program A Day in the Life Construction Project Management Year 1 Construction Technology Building Systems 1 2 Learning and Research Skills Economics for Construction Property Specialists Built Environment Law Surveying Construction Practice Engineering Mathematics Year 2 Construction Technology Building Services CM Surveying Construction Management and Building Information Modelling Project Cost Management Project Administration Law Measurement Estimating and Tendering Integrated Project Year 3 Work Placement Year Capstone Project Diary Report Research Methodology Management Dissertation Proposal Students who are unable to secure a Work Placement will be required to complete an Academic Year Year 4 Construction Technology Services Application Management Sustainable Development Project Management Construction Management Dissertation Elective Financial Management or Urban Regional Economics Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 2

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  • LIT - LC256 Construction Practice - Higher Certificate
    Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC256 Construction Practice Higher Certificate LIT LIT Courses LC256 Construction Practice Higher Certificate LC256 Construction Practice Higher Certificate Home LC256 Construction Practice Higher Certificate Construction Practice Higher Certificate in Science Level 6 Programme Code LC256 Course Level Level 6 Department Built Environment CAO Points 2015 180 Duration 2 years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This programme provides a grounding in the processes employed in the construction sector Upon completion it provides the graduate with the competencies to enter employment at technician level and also provides an ideal platform for progression to further study This is a unique programme with up to 60 of timetabled hours devoted to hands on practical activities in state of the art industrial type workshops Following an induction period at the start of year one students will select one of the following specialisms a Wood Technology b Masonry c Plasterwork Site Practice and Workshop Practice for the chosen specialism are then studied over the two years Who is the programme suited to This programme will appeal to those interested in taking a hands on approach to learning through practical activities Top 3 Reasons 1 Active learning achieved through a concentrated practical workshop based approach 2 Award provides opportunities for diverse career paths within the industry 3 You will have an opportunity to progress your education to Degree Level 7 and or Level 8 programmes which are offered by LIT through the School of the Built Environment Class Contact Hours 22 24 hours per week Did You Know This course will appeal to those interested in taking a hands on approach to learning through practical activities Year 1 Construction Methodology 1 Construction IT 1 Geometric Drawing 1 Construction Mathematics Site Practice 1 Masonry Plasterwork or Wood Technology Workshop Practice 1 Masonry Plasterwork or Wood Technology Year 2 Construction Methodology 2 Construction IT 2 Geometric Drawing 2 Land Surveying Site Practice 2 Masonry Plasterwork or Wood Technology Workshop Practice 2 Masonry Plasterwork or Wood Technology Entry Requirement Leaving Certificate A minimum of 5 Passes in Leaving Certificate subjects including Mathematics and English Irish Foundation Level Mathematics at grade B2 or higher is acceptable as meeting the Mathematics requirement for this programme FETAC Applicants and Mature Applicants Refer to section Entry Requirements for further information CAO Please visit www cao ie for further information on how to apply to this course Jobs Include Construction technicians are involved at every stage of the construction process from the planning stages through the final

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  • LIT - LC257 Interior Design and Technology - BA
    Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC257 Interior Design and Technology BA LIT LIT Courses LC257 Interior Design and Technology BA LC257 Interior Design and Technology BA Home LC257 Interior Design and Technology BA Interior Design and Technology BA Level 7 Programme Code LC257 Course Level Level 7 Department Built Environment CAO Points 2015 190 Duration 3 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This Level 7 programme aims to develop both the creative and technical aspects of the Interior Designer s core skills relevant to the level of the award These aspects are seen as complementary and together they produce a competent graduate where technical knowledge and skills inform creativity and design intentions to achieve good design Who is the programme suited to The programme is suited to students from second level and mature students who wish to work as Interior Design Technicians Class Contact Hours 23 hours per week Year 1 Design Studio 1 Studio Skills Interior Graphics CAD Interior Technology and Regulation Materials for Interior Design 1 Finishes for Interior Design 1 Interior Surveying Quantification Historical Design Studies Year 2 Design Studio 2 3D CAD Model Making Interior Technology Specification Materials for Interior Design 2 Finishes for Interior Design 2 Services Strategy for Interior Design Planning Conservation

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  • LIT - LC242 Property Valuation & Management - BSc (Honours)
    Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact Video What is the programme about This is a four year sandwich honours degree programme incorporating three academic years and one full year of industrial work placement in third year The aim of the programme is to develop a property professional who possesses the knowledge skills and competencies required to work in the diverse sectors of the property industry such as valuation estate agency marketing property management investment development corporate real estate research and land use planning The programme offers a business based qualification and covers residential commercial agricultural and specialist property It is fully accredited by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland SCSI and has international recognition through the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS The programme meets the minimum educational requirements required to work as a property services provider under the Property Services Regulation Act 2011 Who is the programme suited to In general the programme is suited to individuals who are looking for a career that involves the following working on one s own initiative and working in teams meeting people and interacting with the general public and other professionals negotiating working with IT making presentations and writing professional reports co ordinating different projects at one time and solving problems A career in surveying can offer variety no two days are the same high earning potential opportunities to travel and work abroad and a global qualification a careers passport Top 3 Reasons Satisfies Educational Standards required to practice The programme meets the minimum educational requirements required to work as a property services provider under the Property Services Regulation Act 2011 Strong Reputation LIT has been delivering property programmes for over 20 years The Level 8 PVM programme is the longest established property programme outside Dublin and many of our graduates now occupy senior positions in the property industry locally nationally and internationally Class Contact Hours 20 hours per week approx Useful Links For a profile on property as a career log on to http gradireland com career sectors property For a short video A Career in the Property Industry as a Chartered Surveyor featuring a PVM graduate log on to http www youtube com watch v M0k1FTh3y8s For a short video What is a Chartered Surveyor log on to http www scsi ie what is a surveyor Year 1 Construction Technology Building Systems Learning and Research Skills Economics for Construction and Property Specialists Built Environment Law Land Use Planning Principles and Property Valuations Year 2 Investment Valuations Statutory Valuations Construction Technology Property Law Estate Agency Practice Property Management and Marketing Property Economics Conservation and Architectural Heritage Planning for Development Development Valuations and Integrated Project Year 3 Work Placement Active Learning Year Active Learning Diary Professional Competencies Dissertation Research Management Practice in the Built Environment and Capstone Project Work placement can be undertaken in Ireland or abroad Students who are unable to secure a work placement complete an academic third year in LIT Year 4 Property Investment and Development Appraisal Specialist

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  • LIT - LC243 Quantity Surveying - BSc (Honours)
    353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC243 Quantity Surveying BSc Honours LIT LIT Courses LC243 Quantity Surveying BSc Honours LC243 Quantity Surveying BSc Honours Home LC243 Quantity Surveying BSc Honours Quantity Surveying BSc Honours Level 8 Programme Code LC243 Course Level Level 8 Department Built Environment CAO Points 2015 250 Duration 4 years including 12 month Work Placement in Year 3 Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact Video What is the programme about The profession of quantity surveying is at the forefront of environmental economics and management This honours degree programme has been developed in partnership with industry and is unique in providing a 12 month work placement for students in year 3 of the programme The placement programme called the Active Learning Year is organised by LIT and its industry partners There are growing demands for quantity surveying services in Ireland and internationally to achieve a more sustainable and economically efficient built environment for example the increasing export sector requires higher levels of sustainability and energy efficient manufacturing facilities while the Government s national programmes for improved energy and sustainability standards for our homes public and commercial buildings all combine to create a demand for the specialist expertise of the quantity surveyor Who is the programme suited to The programme is suited to students from second level and mature students who wish to work in the construction industry in Ireland or abroad Top 3 Reasons 1 LIT s Quantity Surveying is well known among Irish Employers as the best programme for recruiting graduates with theoretical and practical skills 2 The Work Placement Year provides you with an opportunity to use the skills learned at LIT and apply them to real life situations 3 This programme is fully accredited by the Society of Chartered Surveyors SCS in Ireland and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS in the UK giving it almost worldwide recognition Class Contact Hours 17 23 hours per week Useful Links What is a Quantity Surveyour SICS Video Year 1 Built Environment Primary Knowledge Base Learning Research Skills Built Environment Law Building Systems 1 2 Economics for Construction Property Specialists Measurement Mathematics Site Surveying Construction Technology Year 2 Specialist Quantity Surveying Measurement Cost Planning Estimating Project Administration Building Contract Law Construction Technology for Industrial Commercial Building Building Services Quantity Surveying Integrated Project Year 3 Active Learning in Quantity Surveying Work Placement Note The work placement year is recognised by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland SCSI and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS as professional experience and can be used to reduce the period of postgraduate experience required by them for Quantity Surveyors wishing to become Chartered Professionals See www scsi ie and www rics org Year 4 Core Modules Project Cost Management Measurement M E Measurement Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Technology Construction Law Procurement Research Module Dissertation in Quantity Surveying Built Environment Economics Management Elective Modules Select one Specialist Module from Economics of Renewable Energy Efficient Technologies Financial Management Facilities Management Project

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  • LIT - LC244 Sustainable Building & Renewable Energy - BSc
    to meet the changing needs of the construction industry In recent years demand for construction related courses has dropped this can be directly attributed to the economic crises and the current challenges faced by the construction Industry However both EU and domestic environmental directives have resulted in the inclusion of green initiatives as part of their stimulus packages This has led to drive for new green products and services in the building and energy sectors Sustainable Building is one of the key areas of the green economy This broadly based level 7 programme in Renewable Energy and Sustainable Building has been designed to meet these needs of the Green Economy having a strong bias towards sustainable building practices and emphasising the principles of renewable energy technologies This programme is ideal for learners who wish to enter or develop a career in Renewable Energy Sustainable Building and the management of Sustainable Construction and Renewable Energy Technologies Renewable Energy and Sustainable Building go hand in hand in developing Irelands green economy Graduates will enter an evolving dynamic and challenging field offering exciting opportunities in a variety of organisations including high potential cleantec start ups Graduates of this program will possess a relevant and functional comprehension of the following areas of sustainable building and renewable energies Sustainable Construction Methods domestic commercial Building Conservation Pathology Architectural Heritage Land use planning for Renewable Energy Systems Building Computer Aided Design Building Cost Management Law Safety Renewable Energy technologies including alternative clean efficient energy technologies Environmental considerations for energy production Policy emission factors etc Energy Facilities Management Energy analysis software packages including BER iSBEM RetScreen Some frequently asked questions Do you think that they re will be many jobs in this sector in the future The energy industry has been identified as a growth industry even in the current economic climate a skills shortage in this area has been highlighted in numerous reports which has ultimately lead to the development of this programme Currently in Germany there are more people employed in the energy sector than in the car industry which they are noted for Ireland s first green economic zone known as An tSlí Ghlas The Green Way has forecast 10 000 jobs over the next five years in the green sector in Ireland A very brief overview of the programmes structure is as follows On completion of first year students will have a functional knowledge of domestic building and domestic energy systems including renewable energy technologies Students will be able to use this knowledge to make calculated judgments about these technologies including cost benefit analysis In second year we cover large scale renewable energy technologies and industrial and commercial building Third year gives the student a functional knowledge of environmental issues surrounding energy facilities management and energy management including energy analysis software Is their any add on s for this course in the college Yes the level 8 BSc honours degree in Energy Management built environment Energy management is a growth industry and with increasing

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  • LIT - LC275 Electrical Systems – BSc (Honours
    Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie LC275 Electrical Systems BSc Honours LIT LIT Courses LC275 Electrical Systems BSc Honours LC275 Electrical Systems BSc Honours LIT Courses LC275 Electrical Systems BSc Honours LC275 Electrical Systems BSc Honours Electrical Systems BSc Honours Level 8 Programme Code LC275 Course Level Level 8 Department Electrical Electronic Engineering CAO Points New Programme 2016 Duration 4 Years Campus Limerick Moylish Description Modules Apply Opportunities Contact What is the programme about This undergraduate programme provides a broad foundation in electrical and automation engineering through combined classroom and laboratory work and prepares the student for entering the profession of electrical and automation engineering as well as for further study at the graduate level This programme is designed to prepare graduates for positions in design development research applications maintenance and operation in the fields of electrical energy systems power systems and control and automation The curriculum is built around a strong basic core of mathematics engineering science controls and electrical engineering topics This programme includes practical and project based learning in well equipped modern laboratories and build on the practical aptitude of the learners and to introduce them to key relevant technologies and knowledge necessary for employment in the electrical and automation sector The department maintains close links with local industries and consequently many of our graduates are offered employment even before graduation Upon completion the student will be a fully rounded graduate intellectually competent to self direct their learning and fully empowered to continue their professional development Who is the programme suited to This programme is designed for persons requiring advanced knowledge in the areas of Advanced Control Systems Energy Management Electrical Power Systems and Power Quality It has a broad based curriculum with strong practical content Year 1 Engineering Maths 1 Engineering Science Electrical Technology 1 Electrical Workshop 1 Electronics 1 Technical Communications Energy Systems Year 2 Digital Systems and Networking Renewable Energy Technology 1 Energy Transfer Systems Electrical Technology 2 Electrical Workshop 2 Instrumentation and Control Maths for Energy Engineering 1 Electrical Instrumentation Drawing Year 3 This year is divided into two semesters with electives offered in each semester Semester 1 Power Conversion Systems Electrical Machines PLC Systems and Applications Renewable Energy Technology 2 Project Management Data Analysis Statistics Semester 2 Distributed Electrical Systems Plant Information Systems Renewable Energy Technology 3 Business Start Up Energy Efficiency in Industry Project Feasibility or Build Year 4 This year is divided into two semesters with electives

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