FAQs

Will I get a place in a 3rd level course if I do this course?

Many of our students each year progress to 3rd level courses. However, there is no guarantee of a place. Students apply through the CAO using their QQI level 5 results therefore students need to work hard in order to achieve the best possible results. However, There are limited progression places available. These QQI points are [...]

2022-05-01T14:31:39+01:00

Other advantages of studying Yoga Teaching With Holistic Therapies in Cork College of FET Morrison’s Island Campus

1) As well as Internationally recognised qualifications in Yoga Teaching, Holistic Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Sports Massage therapist, Stone Therapist, 2) You will work with professional products for Aromatherapy 3) It’s a very busy course and on a Rota basis we run a work experience clinic on Friday’s in the college which is of great benefit [...]

2022-05-01T14:33:59+01:00

How much does the course cost?

There are no teaching fees for this course, however fees for ITEC the examinations body, books, kits, uniforms etc are required . These vary from year to year but come to a total of approximately €1173.

2022-05-01T14:29:25+01:00

How is the course assessed?

ITEC/VTCT (International Therapies Examinations Council). These qualifications are recognised world-wide so you can travel with your qualifications and skills. The course is assessed through a combination of coursework (case studies, assignments, learner records ). Also, ITEC have Examinations including practical & theory exams in May of each year. Theory exam are online, practical exams assessed [...]

2022-05-01T14:34:26+01:00

How long is the full-time day course?

The duration of the full-time day course is one academic year, typically form mid-September until mid-May. The college closes for Mid-term, Christmas and Easter holidays as determined by the Department of Education and Skills.

2022-05-01T14:28:06+01:00

What hours are involved?

The course is full time and runs Monday to Thursday potentially from 9-5pm and on Fridays from 9-2pm. Approximately 25 hours per week of classes. With Both theory and Practical classes each day. However, class timetables vary and may be scheduled over 3, 4 or 5 days. Starting times may be later than 9.00am and [...]

2022-05-01T14:26:30+01:00

Will I get a place in a 3rd level course if I do this course?

Many of our students each year progress to 3rd level courses: MTU Cork: Tourism Management Level 7 (MT552) Tourism Management Level 8 (MT947). UCC: Arts Level 8 (CK101) in UCC World Languages CK110 (Language requirement). Students have the option to progress to L6 Business Studies: Tourism Specialism in this College, subject to satisfying entry requirements. [...]

2022-05-01T14:21:51+01:00

How is the course assessed?

The course is assessed through a combination of coursework (projects, assignments, learner records and portfolios) which is done throughout the year with exams held at Christmas and at the end April/start May. (summer exams include: Word Processing, Tourism Principles and Practice, Irish Cultural & Heritage Resources, Travel Agency Service Skills, QQI GDS (theory) and IAOT [...]

2022-05-01T14:19:07+01:00

What hours are involved?

The course is full time and runs Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 9-5pm. There are 20 hours of classes, so you may have a late morning or an early evening in the week and time off during the day for study/working on assignments. Work Experience is generally completed for 2 weeks after Christmas.

2022-05-01T14:18:28+01:00

Does the course offer a Student Visa for International Students?

No. Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that they meet Immigration and Visa requirements prior to applying for a place on a course. Post Leaving Certificate courses, such as this course, are not eligible to obtain a study visa to enter the state. Further details are available at www.icosirl.ie.

2022-05-01T14:03:10+01:00

How long is this full-time day course?

The duration of the full-time day course is one academic year, typically from mid-September until mid-May. The college closes for Mid-term, Christmas and Easter holidays as determined by the Department of Education and Skills.

2022-05-01T14:01:03+01:00

How many days per week is this full-time course, what should I expect?

Teaching occurs from 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday and from 9.00am to 2.00pm on Fridays. Classes are of one hour duration. Work experience is timetabled one day a week. Starting times may be later than 9.00am and finishing times may be earlier than 5.00pm. Individual class timetables are not available until Induction (usually 1st [...]

2022-05-01T14:00:25+01:00

What are the minimum entry requirements for this programme?

A Leaving Certificate, LCA or QQI Level 4. Mature students are exempt from Leaving Certificate requirement. All applicants will undergo a processing stage during which further information will be gathered in relation to their application. An offer of a place on this course is contingent on the applicant meeting the entry requirements set out here [...]

2022-05-01T13:59:48+01:00

Will I get a place in a 3rd level course if I do this course?

Many of our students each year progress to 3rd level courses. However, there is no guarantee of a place. Students apply through the CAO using their QQI level 5 results therefore students need to work hard in order to achieve the best possible results. However, There are limited progression places available. These QQI points are [...]

2022-05-01T13:15:27+01:00

How is the course assessed?

The course is assessed through a combination of coursework (assignments) which is done throughout the year and written QQI exams held at the end April/start May.

2022-05-01T13:13:42+01:00

How long is the full-time day course?

The duration of the full-time day course is one academic year, typically form mid-September until mid-May. The college closes for Mid-term, Christmas and Easter holidays as determined by the Department of Education and Skills.

2022-05-01T13:13:10+01:00

Will I get a place in a 3rd level course if I do this course?

Many of our students each year progress to 3rd level courses. However, there is no guarantee of a place. Students apply through the CAO using their QQI level 5 results therefore students need to work hard in order to achieve the best possible results. However, There are limited progression places available. These QQI points are [...]

2022-05-01T13:06:11+01:00

Other advantages of Nail Technician in Cork College of FET Morrison’s Island Campus

1) As well as Internationally recognised qualifications in Nail Technician, students also complete modules in work experience, Skincare, Business, Phorest Salon packages, etc which gives a complete skill-set for the workplace ahead 2) You will work with professional products chosen and supplied by Industry Artistry specialists 3) It’s a very busy course with full interaction [...]

2022-05-01T13:05:19+01:00
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