Computer Applications & Mobile Technologies – Level 5
This 1 year PLC Computer Course will provide students with a solid grounding in Microsoft office applications and mobile app development.
This Dublin based computing course is highly relevant for students who want to enter the workforce in any computer related area as well as students who wish to progress to computing & mobile technology courses in higher education.
You will learn how to use the latest Microsoft Office programs as well as to produce dynamic websites and create mobile apps. Over 80% of your time will be spent on the computer. During the year you will use an online learning system to enhance your skills and knowledge.
Studying on this computers course requires college attendance four days per week and work experience one day per week plus one full week in February.
“The Information & Communication Technology (ICT) sector directly employs over 105,000 people in Ireland. It is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Irish economy, with employment up 40% since 2010.
Roughly 75% of those working in the sector are employed by multinationals and we are home to the ten biggest technology companies in the world. Ireland’s ICT sector covers a wide range of activities from hardware manufacturing to software development, as well as digital content creation, IT security, cloud computing, telecoms, and technical support services.””
Labour Market Review – Information and Communication Technology
Collins McNicholas, Recruitment & HR Services company.
Course content may be revised for educational or organisational reasons.
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Minimum Entry Requirements
Leaving Certificate: O6/H7 in 5 subjects
Leaving Certificate Applied
QQI Level 4
Equivalent qualifications will be accepted
Mature applicants who have relevant industry experience and may not meet the above requirements are welcome to apply.
All applicants will be interviewed.
Technology is one of the key drivers of change and improved digital skills will be vital for Ireland’s future.
Ireland’s National Skills Strategy 2025 – Department of Education and Skills