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30-01-2004, 16:31   #1
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What Part-Time Learning are you doing?

Just wondrin'. I'm not doing any so I'll bow out at this point.
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31-01-2004, 00:47   #2
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I'm doing a diploma in Mechanical Engineering in IT Tallaght. I did my cert there p/t as well, four evenings a week for three years - the hardest thing I ever had to do in my life (not the course content, just the dicipline required to attend each evening). Best thing I ever did though!!!
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03-02-2004, 14:09   #3
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The discipline required is one advantage of distance learning over part time, though it works both ways too.
Some people need the push of having to go to college others are too tired/too lazy or oging to miss something if they do.
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05-02-2004, 10:24   #4
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Computer Applications in DCU - 3rd year.

Need an idea for a final year project by the end of the week.
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20-04-2004, 13:58   #5
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I'm doing a certificate in managing organisations in the community and voluntary sector in NCI
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30-04-2004, 15:10   #6
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M. Eng in electronic systems in DCU

Nearly finished.
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24-06-2004, 17:40   #7
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Send a message via MSN to Jim
Starting Media Design in Fas next month.
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Starting my second year in Auctioneering and Estate agency in Sept 04
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31-03-2005, 15:36   #9
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Dont know if you'll ever read this bingo bongo but i am thinking of doing that course this year. Is it any good? Hard work?
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31-03-2005, 15:45   #10
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Maz - you can try sending a private message if you don't get a response here. Just click on the posters name and select "Send a private message to..."
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02-10-2005, 13:43   #11
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Evening 'Network +' course

Hi all, I am trying to get onto an evening network + course, I have rang around a few colleges and I found a course starting in the next 2 weeks or so. My only question is the course fees, when I rang up I was told that I could claim back the tax, anyone know how I can go about this?
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02-10-2005, 14:03   #12
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Check out ( is a good starting point)
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19-10-2005, 18:37   #13
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Thanks for that it helps
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11-11-2005, 21:50   #14
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Hey hal1, how are you,

I just reading your thread and im looking to do the same course. What college are you going to for that course?

Can you recommend any to pls or course's
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I'm doing an accounting technicians course in Bray. Going well so far but having a little trouble with taxation
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