Free ICT Training

Posted in : ROI on 13 December 2016

The National College of Ireland have a number of free places to offer on Higher Diploma courses in Information Technology and Data Analytics that start in January 2017.  This year we are offering two of the courses fully online.

These are fully accredited programmes and any or indeed multiple members of your team could take a place on these evening courses at absolutely zero cost to you as an organisation or the student. These courses are available free of charge to all qualified applicants, regardless of their employment status.

These free part time courses are available on the following level 8 evening programmes at National College of Ireland, IFSC, Dublin 1.

  • Higher Diploma in Science in Data Analytics (Level 8)
  • Higher Diploma in Science in Computing with specialisation in Mobile Application Development (Level 8)
  • Higher Diploma in Science in Computing with specialisation in Cybersecurity (Level8)
  • Higher Diploma in Science in Fintech (Level 8)

The below three part-time courses are available fully online via live interactive classes.

  • Higher Diploma in Science in Computing with specialisation in Cloud Computing (Level 8)
  • Higher Diploma in Science in Computing with specialisation in Software Development (Level 8)
  • Higher Diploma in Science in Computing with specialisation in Mobile Application Development (Level 8)

So, if you have members of your team or indeed your wider network of colleagues or friends that would benefit from these degree level programmes, please contact Regina Dunne at 01 4498656 or email regina.dunne@ncirl.ie

Here is a link to the courses on offer:

https://www.ncirl.ie/Free-ICT-Courses

This article is correct at 13/12/2016
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