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Advances in technology, market shifts and changing demographics are among some of the constantly changing trends driving new skilling requirements for industry.
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Supervisory Management QQI L6
11th, 18th & 25th September, 2nd, 9th, 16th October 2019
Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel
This 6 day Supervisory Skills Management QQI L6 certified programme is suitable for anyone in a supervisory or manager role who would like to gain a qualification to progress their career as well as gaining additional skills in supervision.
The aim of this programme is:
To enable the learner to examine and understand the role, duties and responsibilities of a supervisory manager within a particular vocational environment.
To facilitate the learner to understand and appreciate how organisations are managed and controlled by quality systems, clear policies and procedures, planned, organised and effective workplace practices within a particular industry setting.
To explore with the learner the role of human resource management including recruitment and selection planning and procedures, screening, monitoring and evaluation within an organisation in line with best employment practices.
To facilitate the learner in appreciating the importance of maintaining good work related processes including organisation and planning strategies, record keeping, workflow systems, operational management and supervisory procedures.
To develop an understanding of the importance of the practicalities in any business to include department budgeting, operational records and insurance criteria.
To help the learner to understand how employee training development can impact not only the efficiency of the organisation but also enhance the motivation and performance of the employee though training and assessing individuals.
To enable the learner to exercise substantial personal autonomy and responsibility.
This course is highly interactive and delivered by an experienced and highly qualified management training professional who can share life's experiences.
Portfolio of Work 40%
Skills Demonstration 60%
Getting your Business Online
Tues 10th, Thurs 12th, Tues 17th & Thurs 19th September 2019.
This course is delivered over four evenings from 6.30pm to 9.30pm in the Thurles Chamber Enterprise Centre, LIT Campus, Thurles.
Who is this course for?
If you work in retail or are looking to set up an online store, there’s something in this course for you. However, since we take you through the process step by step, you’ll probably benefit most if you’ve explored the idea of having your own online store or want practical advice on selling more effectively online.
Laptop/Tablet is required – please bring a laptop/tablet for some of the hands-on exercises.
This course is designed to help you take a step by step approach in building your online business using an ecommerce store called Shopify. The course will help you understand what you need to focus on now to set your business up for success in the future. Take action today while thinking about your business tomorrow.
About the Tutor:
Charlie Mernagh is a director of his own training company and is currently growing his ecommerce store which produces the 6-figure mark year on year. He walks you through the basics of getting setup on Shopify and working towards your first sale.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
• Recall how ecommerce works and what it can do for your business
• Demonstrate the steps in registering and adding important details to get started on the right path
• Demonstrate designing your own online store with a simple click and drag interface
• Demonstrate adding products to your store, adjust settings and getting paid
• Construct your store so as to make customers happy and manage orders
• Go through your free launch checklist, run a final test and launch your store for the world to see
• Comprehend consumer and GDPR European Law and apply to your business
• Understand ecommerce
• Sign up and get started
• Designing your store
• Launch your first product/service
• Online customer service
• Check your launch checklist and run a final test
• Consumer Law
What Will You Receive?
Participants will get a certificate of attendance as well as a one to one follow up for one hour to have any questions answered or putting the final touches to your store.
"Why People do what they do"- Change Management Workshop
Monday 23rd September 2019- 12 noon to 2pm- Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel.
This is a 2 hour workshop facilitated by Lorcan Carroll- LC Consulting:
Lorcan has over 20 years working in the highly regulated world of Medical Device manufacturing. LC Consulting help organisations implement high quality change while also maintaining and enhancing Quality and EHS processes.
Most Change Management focuses on understanding and overcoming the structural or process barriers only. This two-hour case study provides the attendees with an autobiographical practical journey showing how change solutions that uncover the personal and social barriers that silently prevent change from happening lead to stronger change momentum and potential to scale.
By applying a scientific approach to change, we marry the best innovative social science tools with a range of technical problem-solving tools.
The result, a change that is inclusive of the social and technical contributors to change, that is sustainable for all our clients.
The workshop will cover the following:
- Short introduction to Lorcan, his profile, KPI’s that he owned and problems that he encountered.
- Quality Enhancement Journey/Change Management- All change starts with a need, followed by an action and a result. This section is an autobiographical conversation detailing the Quality enhancement journey that Lorcan was challenged with and how he uncovered the skills to harness the social environment as part of the change management.
- Introducing 6 box methodology-how Lorcan used a tool called the 6 box to harness the social environment for the change required.
BA in Early Childhood Education & Care Level 7- Flexible Learning- Subsidised price €1800 PER YEAR- Initial Deposit to secure place €100
This two year part time flexible/ blended learning programme due to commence in September 2019 will be delivered by LIT and is designed to provide a progression route for those currently working in the Early Childhood Education & Care (ECEC) sector who wish to further their education to degree level.
Delivery will be in a blended learning format which will include online lectures and tutorials and 8 classroom based workshops per year which will be shared between the LIT Moylish and Thurles Campuses.
Cost of programme for 2 years is €4,500 per learner.
The subsidised cost of the programme through County Tipperary Skillnet (20% funding) is €1800 per year. Payment option below is for YEAR 1 ONLY.
To secure your place an initial deposit of €100 is required. €500 needs to be paid before the commencement of the course on the 21st September ie €600 deposit in total.
Payment by installments can be discussed individually with County Tipperary Skillnet.
This deposit will be deducted from the total subsidised fee of €1800 per year.(Full cost is €2250 per year).If you wish to apply for funding through County Tipperary Skillnet we happy to discuss payment options with you on an individual basis for the remaining €1200 for year 1, this needs to be paid before end of February 2020.
Applicants may apply if they hold a QQI Level 6 (or equivalent) qualification which is recognised by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) as meeting the criteria for ‘ECCE Room Leader (Standard Capitation)’. Applicants must currently be working in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector and continue to do so for the duration of the course.
Course outline includes:
Application of the Fundmentals of ECEC Regulatory & Quality Frameworks
Play as Pedagogy
Drama Literature & Storytelling
Professional Placement 1 & 2
Early Years Outdoor Learning Experiences
Language & Numeracy
Social Institutions of the Early Years
Advancing the Identity of the Early Years Professional
Creating Inclusive Environements
Positive Behaviour Strategies
Arts in ECEC
Social Policy for ECEC
Integrating curriculum & relational pedagogy
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