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29-12-2008, 17:44   #16
 
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Hey,

does anyone know of any part time/distance learning course in either Child Psychology or psychology??

If part time can....Dublin based?

Cheers guys!
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19-01-2009, 14:12   #17
 
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Part-time study

I am currently in my last year of a PGCE (Post grad cert of education) it's pretty useful and now the only way you can take up lecturing in a class room. It can be done by distnce learning or by attendance, once a week for example. It's handy as it is a generic course, so anything you have a qualification in you can lecture in! It's also free currently. Nice way to diversify your knowledge.
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03-02-2009, 20:03   #18
 
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I am currently in my last year of a PGCE (Post grad cert of education) it's pretty useful and now the only way you can take up lecturing in a class room. It can be done by distnce learning or by attendance, once a week for example. It's handy as it is a generic course, so anything you have a qualification in you can lecture in! It's also free currently. Nice way to diversify your knowledge.
Can you do this with a level 8 degree or do you need a masters? I presume you cant do it with a level 7 degree can you?
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08-03-2009, 10:54   #19
 
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Where can you do this course, I think a PGCE by distance learning sounds ideal for me. Can you do the teaching experience part in any local school?
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04-10-2009, 20:51   #20
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Part-time pastry course

Hi, not sure if I've posted this in the right thread, I'm training to be a chef at the moment however pastry class in college isn't that great, I'm wondering does anyone know of any evening or sunday classes specialising in pastry? even one day courses. I am really interested in pastry but I just don't get to do enough of it. Any suggestions, much appreciated
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01-12-2009, 21:51   #21
 
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Does anyone know how one would go about becoming an adult education officer?
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01-12-2009, 21:53   #22
 
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Hi

Do you know any part-time courses in Law (llm etc)
Hi mybest mate is doing a three year course in Portobello college in Law or legal studies sorry I know there is a difference so no offence to those already qualified! I dont know the exact name of the course but I know it will allow her to do her training as a solicitor at the end so takes about five years in total? I will check with her tomorrow and repost but if you go onto their website they should have all the info there that you need

good luck!
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18-03-2011, 22:01   #23
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2 adult education course galway

hi does any one know where would i get some info on business & Account course full time or long distance in galway area or Athlone either would suit, im tired of FAS they are very unhelpful im registered with them, but i dont find that they want me to get a course outside the fas circle. its doing my head in at this stage im 2 months out of work. i want to do a course that will be regonized in companies. HELP
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26-03-2011, 16:07   #24
 
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www.qualifax.ie is the place to search all courses.

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02-08-2013, 15:50   #25
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I'm interested in doing a Retail Management Diploma/Degree as I already work in the industry but I have no qualifications!!
There seems to be plenty of them at all levels....but anyone any experience of them or which course the best???
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OSCAIL is being wound down though, so look into it carefully. It will still likely exist at DCU and current students will be unaffected. If looking to sign-up in coming years it might be worth clarifying the arrangements for course delivery as it may involve trips to DCU.
Really? I'm a third of the way through the History & Literature degree and this is the first I've heard of it.
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02-08-2013, 23:44   #27
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Really? I'm a third of the way through the History & Literature degree and this is the first I've heard of it.
The post you quoted was from over 5 years ago so i would say that the info is out of date by now!!
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Looking to further myself in hydraulics...I have 3 years hands on experience but would like to study, get a cert in something hydraulic related!
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I'm looking to do a part-time Graphic Design diploma/degree. The only one I can find at the moment is in Dublin. Does anyone know of any others that are available in Munster or Carlow/Kilkenny? I'm based in Waterford and Tipp and work full time so have to do it part-time.
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Does anyone know where I can study economics to degree level in the evening or through distance learning? I studied it in first year in NUI Maynooth and would like to study it to degree level to be qualified to teach it in post-primary schools. I am looking into building it up module by module if needs be. Any help would be much appreciated.
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