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Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
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Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
Leinster college   dublin - brochure web
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  • 1. English Language Business & ManagementLEINSTER COLLEGE Information Technology www.leinstercollege.com
  • 2. Contents 3 Welcome 4 Why choose Leinster College? 4 Accreditations 5 Location 6 Facilities 8 Courses2 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 3. Welcome Leinster College was founded with a vision proficient in these disciplines locally and globally.to become a centre for students from all over the Leinster College provides a unique educational andworld and is dedicated to preparing its students to cultural environment in which to pursue your ambi-meet today’s national and international skills re- tions and to acquire these new skills, along with thequirements. ideas and confidence to achieve goals and to have a The global scenario for business professionals is prospective future in today’s business and economicchanging and to keep pace with that Ireland educa- world. Leinster College provides easy local access totion is widening its vision to a new horizon. The learning opportunities and is strongly rooted in theworld is becoming competitive hence everybody local community where we work to deliver innova-wants better education through learning, through tive learning that meets the needs of the new worldcollege degrees and by being part of something economy.which is acknowledged globally. Information tech- Leinster College courses are awarded by highlynology has revolutionized in our way of learning regarded awarding bodies. Our campuses provideand Computer Science is now commonly acknowl- modern classrooms coupled with highly qualified andedged, in economic as well as cultural sectors, as experienced lecturers utilising academic study materi-one of the necessary skills of modern life. als that prepare individuals to meet the ever-changing New dynamics, new settings, new ways of work- demands of today’s global marketplace.ing and new possibilities are emerging for those Leinster College Dublin 3
  • 4. Accreditations ABE The Association of Business Executives (ABE) is a professional membership body and an examina- Why choose Leinster College? tion board. They develop business and management qualifications at Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Di- There are several reasons why students should seri- ploma and Postgraduate Diploma leve. ABE quali- ously consider Leinster College: fications provide progression routes to degree and Masters programmes worldwide. Our accreditations & affiliations Leinster College has an impressive and enviable host of accreditations and affiliations with various CITY&GUILDS organisations, which are testament to the high qual- The City and Guidls of London institute ity of our education offer. (City&Guilds) is a UK examinig and accreditation body for vocational, managerial and engineering Location training, offering over 500 qualification in 28 indus- Leinster College is located in the heart of Dublin, try areas, spnning from entry level to equivalent os a major international cultural centre and one of the Postgraduate degree. Incorporated in 1880. most exciting cities in the world. CMI Choice of Courses The Chartered Management Institute is the only We offer a wide range of courses including English body able to award Chartered Manager status in the Language, tourism, information technology, human UK. The Chartered Manager process requires can- resources management and accounting. The range of didates to demostrate how they have developed as a courses is in keeping with the needs to dar is profession- manager and how they have applied their leadership als on the go. and management skills to achieve significant busi- ness impact. Atmosphere At Leinster College you’ll find a friendly ap- proachable environment that welcomes students EDEXCEL from many walks of life and from all around the Edexcel is the UK’s largest awarding body offer- world where individuals can interact multicultural. ing academic and vocational qualifications and test- ing to schools, colleges, employers and other places Highly Experienced and Qualified Staff of leraning in the UK and internationally. The quality and excellence of learning is under- pinned by our excellent staff, which are highly expe- rienced and qualified up to Master’s and PhD levels. ILM Was formed in november 2001 through the Our staff comprises of academics and industry pro- merger the Institute of Supervision and Manage- fessionals, which provides our students a unique mix ment (NEBS). It is an organisation within the City & of best-learning practices along with the hands on Guilds Group but has independent awarding body experience of people who work in the industry. As a status. Based in Lichfield and London, ILOM ap- result of this our students get exposive to a unique proves a network of centres worldwide to deliver its learning process. qualifications.4 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 5. Dublin Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland, is built on the River Liffey and is situated besides the sea and close to both the countryside and mountains. The city, which was previously voted the friendliest city in Europe, is a vibrant, fun city full of young people.Location Many of Dublin’s attractions are free and travelling around is easy. The diversity of Dublin is an educational Ireland experience in itself. Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in Dublin offers a lot of shopping and sightseeing inthe world. It is a small island on the north western comparison to other cities in Ireland and it is exceptionaledge of Europe with a population of less than four in its number of parks, gardens and leafy squares.million people. A Green and pleasant land due to Dublin is a small city that offers a unique range ofthe influence of the Gulf Stream, the weather is mild cultural, historical, recreational and educational amenitieswhich means it’s never too cold or too hot . It is 486 that makes the city a great place to live and work.kilometers long and 275 kilometers wide. Ireland has Dubliners are as varied as the city itself, with commu-3,172 kilometers of coastline, the longest coastline nities from most countries of the world, living in a diverse,per head of population in Europe. multicultural and friendly environment. Leinster College Dublin 5
  • 6. Facilities Campus facilites centrally heated in winter making it a comfortable At Leinster College we have excellent learning fa- atmosphere for both teacher and students. cilities. Being a relatively new college has enabled us to invest in the latest computer hardware and soft- Accommodation ware, wireless networking and internal systems. Lein- We can provide accommodation to our students, ster College main campus is located at 26 Harcourt for further assistance on choosing accommodation street, Dublin 2. students can seek advice from our ‘Student Care This City centre location is within one minute Team’ which is able to provide all assistance needed. walking distance of Stephens Green Park. Sorrounded International Student by the recreational and cultural amenities of the city Leinster College welcomes students from all over centre,this location provides an ideal atmosphere for the world. The staff of our International office is ded- students.We are easily accessible with excellent trans- icated to ensuring a high quality academic, cultural port links including the Luas, Bus and Rail. and social experience for all our international stu- Class rooms dents. Leinster college provides confidential advice The welfare of our students is our primary con- and guidance on any issue related to college life. All cern; all of our classrooms are designed to be pleas- our international students can rely on the support of ant places to learn. The classrooms are spacious with an ‘International Officer’ with any concern they may a significant amount of natural light they also are have while attending Leinster College.6 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 7. Student Support Job Guidance Students at Leinster College enjoy the support of Leinster College assists students to find part-timeall the staff. We get to know the students well and take jobs. Students can work up to 20 hours per week dur-an interest in progress and a their general well-being. ing term time and any hours during the holidays. All In particular, the course tutor will monitor stu- international students need a PPS number beforedents’ academic progress and ensure that any prob- getting a job and Leinster College provides relatedlems are identified and discussed as early as possible. documents to assist students when applying for aStudents can also speak to the principal about any se- PPS number.rious personal problems or issues they have with thecourse. Leinster College also has a student affairs officerwhose role is to provide students with non-academic Health Servicesupport and assistance. The College will be happy to help students to register with their local General Practitioner Bank Accounts (GP) and will assist you in making appoint- Our administrative staff will help you to open ments with a doctor or a dentist if you needyour own student bank account in Dublin. The Col- treatment during your stay.lege has special arrangements made with the local Health Care is not free in Ireland and can bebank which gives priority to our students in deal- very costly. The GNIB insist that students ar-ing with bank matters. In order to be eligible to open range Medical Insurance before they will issue aa bank account in Ireland, you must be enrolled Visa. Leinster College strongly advises studentsin a full time course for a period of not less than 6 to arrange Medical Insurance before travellingmonths. For overseas students, most banks require to Ireland and will assist you in doing so.an Irish student visa valid for at least 6 months. Leinster College Dublin 7
  • 8. Courses Certificate in ESOL Internacional (English speakers of other languages) – NFQ level 5. Course start date: Every Monday Course duration: 25 weeks One year full time Awarding Body: City & Guilds Applications Please apply directly to the college or to our Course Outline agents overseas. International ESOL qualifications are available at six levels and is benchmarked to the Common Euro- Entry Requirements pean Framework of Reference (CEFR). You’ll cover: There are no formal entry requirements for can- • reading English texts; didates undertaking this qualification. • writing in English; • listening to and understanding English. Course description The International ESOL qualifications are for an- yone who is a non-native speaker of English and who would like to demonstrate their ability to communi- cate in English. Many english-speaking universities accept this qualification as evidence of language pro- ficiency for entry on to their courses.8 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 9. Advance Diploma for IT Users Course description The Level 3 e-Quals IT User qualification is idealThis award is designed to contribute towards the for your learners who want to build on the alreadyknowledge and understanding for the N/SVQ(s) in impressive IT skills that your learner will alreadyInformation Technology (City & Guilds 4300/4301). have. The IT Principles unit complements the op-It provides a valuable alternative for those candidates tional units that help learners build on their skills.who do not have access to the N/SVQ. As well as using the e-Quals units, learners can also use the Microsoft Office Specialist (Expert Level)Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time units in Word and Excel to gain their Advanced Di-Modularized Morning and afternoon programme ploma for IT Users.Awarding body: City&Guilds Course Outline Applications Core Please apply directly to the college or to our IT Principlesagents overseas. Optional Entry Requirements Word Processing | Spreadsheets | Databases | In- This qualification doesn’t require any IT back- tegrated applications | Website design | Relationalground. All the students are welcome to apply. databases. Assessment For the award of this qualification, a candidate For the award of a full certificate, candidates must must successfully complete the assessments for thesuccessfully complete the assessments for one core core unit, plus two of the optional units.unit plus two optional units. Candidates will also re-ceive a certificate for each individual unit achieved. Leinster College Dublin 9
  • 10. Advance Diploma for IT Practitioners System Support training and developing systems. They cover more complex work and learners could develop their su- For those who want to develop their career in sup- pervisory abilities as well. Learners can select from porting IT systems, from basic customer support to a range of Software Development, Systems Support, advanced network management. IT User and non-IT units and can include units from Microsoft, CISCO and CompTIA to contribute to Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time their Advanced Diploma. For learners to achieve the Modularized Morning and afternoon programme Advanced Diploma for IT Professionals (7266/25), Awarding body: City&Guilds they must achieve a minimum of 450 guided learning hours. They must be successful in a core unit, either Applications 306 Requirements analysis and systems specification Please apply directly to the college or to our or 502 Customer support provision 3, plus additional agents overseas. optional units to make up the total guided learning hours. 60% of the total guided learning hours must be Entry Requirements from units at the level of the qualification. This qualification requires any IT background. All the students are welcome to apply. Course Outline Semester 1 Assessment Core Unit: Plan for the delivery of ICT | Support To achieve the qualification, learners must be Services and assist in the Acquisition of ICT Systems successful in the assessment for 1 core unit and 4 op- | Customer Support Provision. tional units, at least 3 of the optional units must be Optional Units: Install and configure Software. from the level 3 IT Systems Support group, one unit Semester 2 may be from the other optional groups. Core Unit: Install, Configure and Integrate Net- worked Hardware and Software. Course description Optional Units: Develop customer documentation This qualifications are for learners who want to and procedures. progress in supporting users and supporting, main-10 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 11. Diploma in BusinessInformation System (BIS) Course description The Information Systems Technology program provides students with knowledge and skills neededCourse duration: 25 weeks one year full time to prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)Modularized Morning and afternoon programme Certification.Awarding body: The Association of BusinessExecutives (ABE) Course Outline Applications Diploma 1 • Computer Fundamentals; Please apply directly to the college or to our • Computer Applications in Business and Finance;agents overseas . • Principles of Programming; Entry Requirements • A choice of either Organizational Behavior or To enter the Diploma you must have completed Financial Accounting.the ABE Certificate (in any programme) or have two Diploma 2GCE A – Level and four GCSEs at Grade C or above • Computer Networking;or posses a BTEC National award or equivalent NQF • Systems Analysis and Design;level 3. Students with at least two years’ work experi- • Information Systems Project Management.ence can also apply, even without any of the abovequalification. A choice of two from Human Resource Manage- ment, Marketing Policy, Planning and Communica- Assessment tion, Managerial Accounting or Quantitative Meth- Assessment will be a written examination One ods for Business and Management.three-hour paper relating to a business scenarioprovided in the question paper, containing six ques- Careerstions, of which four should be answered. All ques- Job at this level includes Assistant IT Managertions carry equal weighting. and Assistant Data Manager. Leinster College Dublin 11
  • 12. Advance Diploma in Business Candidates should answer four questions from a Information System (BIS) choice of eight, each question carrying equal marks. Course description Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time This course aims to provide a sound educational Modularized Morning and afternoon programme basic for those considering a career in business and Awarding body: The Association of Business management for students. Executives (ABE) Course Outline Applications • Contemporary Application Development Meth- Please apply directly to the college or to our ods; agents overseas. • Internet Systems Development; • Relational Database Applications in Business Entry Requirements To enter the Advance Diploma you must have Information Systems | Strategic Management completed the BIS Diploma, or possess a first degree, or a BTEC HND or equivalent NQF level 5 qualifica- Careers tions. Contemporary Application Development Meth- ods | Internet Systems Development | Relational Da- Assessment tabase Applications in Business | Information Sys- To enter the Advance Diploma you must have tems Strategic Management. completed the BIS Diploma, or possess a first degree, or a BTEC HND or equivalent NQF level 5 qualifica- tions.12 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 13. NFQ Level-5 Certificate in others. They are also suitable for those seeking en- try into the profession, or a first qualification. TheBusiness Administration awards are also part of Apprenticeships in Customer Service and Business Administration.Course duration: 25 weeks one year full timeModularized Morning and afternoon programme Course OutlineAwarding body: City&Guilds Semester 1 • Explain the operation of the organisation; Applications • Apply legislation within the business envi- Please apply directly to the college or to our ronment;agents overseas. • Monitor the meeting of organisational re- quirements. Entry Requirements Semester 2 There are no formal entry requirements for can- • Plan the work of self and others;didates undertaking this qualification. • Manage and improve communication and information systems; Assessment • Explain the use of information technology. The assessment covers the practical activitiesfor all outcomes and will also sample underpinning Continuously improve self, others and the or-knowledge to verify coverage of the unit. Externally ganization.set assignment, locally marked and externally veri-fied. Job Opportunities Administrator | Co-ordinator | Office Manager Course description Specialist Finance Administrator | Specialist This course is suitable for those working in ad- Local Government Administrator | Specialistministrative positions in any type of business; in- Medical Administrator | Specialist Receptioncluding those who have achieved a level of senior- Administrator | Specialist School Administratority which makes them responsible for the work of | Supervisor | Team Leader. Leinster College Dublin 13
  • 14. Diploma in Business Management (BM) This diploma allows you to broaden your knowledge and start to specialise. An ideal level if you are al- ready in the sector and are seeking progression. Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time Modularized Morning and afternoon Awarding body: The Association of Business Executives (ABE) Applications comprehensive and critical analysis of business or- Please apply directly to the college or to our ganisations, functions, processes and management agents overseas. techniques. Entry Requirements Course Outline To enter the Diploma you must have completed Diploma 1 the ABE Certificate (in any programme) or have two • Economic Principles and their Application to GCE A – Level and four GCSEs at Grade C or above Business; or posses a BTEC National award or equivalent NQF • Organisational Behaviour; level 3. Students with at least two years’ work experi- • Financial Accounting; ence can also apply, even without any of the above. • Quantitative Methods for Business and Manage- ment. Assessment Diploma 2 Assessment will be a written examination. One • Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication; three-hour paper relating to a business scenario • Marketing in information system; provided in the question paper, containing six ques- • Marketing in Action; tions, of which four should be answered. All ques- • Optional Units (select any two); tions carry equal weighting. • Human Resource Management; • Principles of Business Law; Course description • Systems Analysis and Design. This course is designed to give a clearly structured business education that provides a solid foundation Careers for success in a business career. The course provides Typical jobs for Diploma holders include Mar- a strong grounding in fundamental business con- keting Executive and marketing management train- cepts, ideas, practices and methodologies. It features ing roles. a rich learning environment that involves students in14 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 15. Advance Diploma in • Candidates should answer four questions from a choice of eight, each question carry-Business Management (BM) ing equal marks.This diploma allows you to broaden your knowledgeand start to specialise. An ideal level if you are al- Course descriptionready in the sector and are seeking progression. Advance diploma holders with relevant work ex- perience can fast track directly to a Masters degree at a selection of universities. Advance diploma holdersCourse duration: 25 weeks one year full time can also fast – track to the final year of many Bach-Modularized Morning and afternoon programme elor’s degree programs.Awarding body: The Association of BusinessExecutives (ABE) Course Outline • Corporate Strategy and Planning; Applications • Managing in Organizations; Please apply directly to the college or to our • International Business Case Study;agents overseas. • Strategic Marketing Management; Entry Requirements • Corporate Finance; To enter the Advance Diploma you must have • Strategic Human Resource Management forcomplete the marketing Diploma, or possess a first Business Organization;degree, or a BTEC HND or equivalent NQF level 5 • Managing the Information Resource.qualifications. Careers Assessment Typical jobs for Advance Diploma holders in- • Assessment method: written examination; clude Business Management Manager. • Length of examination: three hours; Leinster College Dublin 15
  • 16. Diploma in Strategic • Integrated work activities; Management & Leadership • Viva voice; • Projects; CMI Level 9 Strategic Management and Leadership. • Presentations. Course duration: 25 weeks One year full time Course description Modularized Morning and afternoon programme The Level 9 qualifications in Strategic Manage- Awarding body: Chartered Management ment and Leadership are designed for directors and Institute(CMI) senior managers who have the authority and per- sonal inspiration to translate organisational strategy Applications into effective performance. These qualifications re- Please apply directly to the college or to our quire directors and senior managers to build on their agents overseas. skills in strategic management and leadership and to focus on the requirements of inter-organisational Entry Requirements strategy. • CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership; Course Outline • Bachelor Degree. This course outline can be adapted to meet the needs of an organisation, department or team. Assessment Assessment methods can include: Careers • Case studies; Typical jobs for Advance Diploma holders in- • Assignments; clude Business Management Manager and compa- • Reports; nies leader.16 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 17. Diploma in Management Course description This programme is designed to develop practi-(HRM) cal skills across a range of personnel activities andThe Diploma is the ideal level if you are already in the to ensure that participants have an understandingHR sector and are seeking progression. of modern HR theory and practice. It is aimed at people who have been given, or who are about to beCourse duration: 1 year full time Modularized given, responsibility for areas of HRM in their ownMorning and Evening programme organisations. It is also suitable for others who wishAwarding body: The Association of Business to progress into a career in HRM.Executives (ABE) Course Outline Applications Diploma 1 Please apply directly to the College. • Organisational Behaviour; • Economics Principles and Their Application Entry Requirements to Business; To enter the Diploma you must have completed • Human Resource Management;the ABE Certificate (in any programme) or have two • Human Resource Development.GCE A – Level and four GCSEs at Grade C or above Diploma 2or posses a BTEC National award or equivalent NQF • Employment Relations;level 3. Students with at least two years’ work experi- • People Planning and Resourcing;ence can also apply, even without any of the above • Personnel Information Systems;qualification. • HRM in Action; • Plus either Principles of Business Law or Quan- Assessment titative Methods for Business and Management. Assessment will be a written examination Onethree-hour paper relating to a business scenario Careersprovided in the question paper, containing six ques- Job at this level includes Assistant Personal Man-tions, of which four should be answered. All ques- ager and Assistant HR Manager.tions carry equal weighting. Leinster College Dublin 17
  • 18. Advance Diploma in Human Course description Resource Management (HRM) Managers and employees alike can benefit greatly from a better understanding and knowledge of peo- For those who want to develop their career in sup- ple at work. From the viewpoint of those involved porting IT systems, from basic customer support to in managing human resources, many organisations advanced network management. are facing challenges that are less predictable and more rapid than in the past. Organisations today in- Course duration: 1 year full time Modularized vest significantly in HRM expertise in the belief that Morning and Evening programme people are a very important, if indeed not the most Awarding body: The Association of Business important asset that an organisation possesses. Executives (ABE) Course Outline Applications • Corporate Strategy and Planning; Please apply directly to the College. • Managing in Organisations; • Strategic HRM for Business Organisation; Entry Requirements • Performance Management and Reward; To enter the Advance Diploma you must have • Managing Organisational Change and De- completed the HRM Diploma, or possess a first de- velopment. gree, or a BTEC HND or equivalent NQF level 5 qualifications. Careers The advance diploma focuses on strategic areas Assessment of HRM. Typical jobs for Advance Diploma include • Assessment method: written examination; Personal Manager and HR Manager. • Length of examination: three hours; • Candidates should answer four questions from a choice of eight, each question carry- ing equal marks.18 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 19. Certificate in Human Resource ing equal marks.Management (HRM) Course descriptionThe HRM programme is a professional QCA accred- The certificate gives you a solid basis in person-ited qualification. At present demand for trained and nel administration. Typical jobs for certificate hold-qualified HR professionals is exceeding supply. The ers are working in a Personnel or HRM department.HRM program will make your skills fit for a profes-sional setting. Course Outline • Personnel Administration; • Managing People;Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time • Introduction to Business;Modularized Morning and afternoon programme • Introduction to Business Communication.Awarding body: The Association of BusinessExecutives (ABE) Personal Development As your education with ABE progresses, you Applications may discover new interests and after completing the Please apply directly to the college or to our HRM programme, decide to specialise in an addi-agents overseas. tional programme, for example Business Manage- Entry Requirements ment (BM). You will be credited with your passes No previous qualifications are needed to enter in the HRM programme which are also commonthe certificate but entrants should be competent in to the BM programme and you will simply enterEnglish and mathematics up to GCSE level (NQF for the remaining subjects in the BM programme inlevel 2). the next exams. Similarly, having completed the BM (or other) programme you can enter for the HRM Assessment programme. You will be transferred automatically to • Assessment method: written examination; the new programme when you make the exam entry. • Length of examination: three hours; Please remember that you must pass all the required • Candidates should answer four questions subjects to complete a qualification. from a choice of eight, each question carry- Leinster College Dublin 19
  • 20. Certificate in Travel, Tourism Assessment and Hospitality Management • Assessment method: written examination; • Length of examination: three hours; (TTHM) • Candidates should answer four questions The TTHM enables you to link business principles from a choice of eight, each question carry- with expertise of the tourism sector. ing equal marks. Course description Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time The certificate gives you a solid basis in person- Modularized Morning and afternoon programme nel administration. Typical jobs for certificate hold- Awarding body: The Association of Business ers are working in a Personnel or HRM department. Executives (ABE) Course Outline Applications • Introduction to Business; Please apply directly to the college or to our • Introduction to Business Communication; agents overseas. • Introduction to Accounting; • Introduction to Travel, Tourism and Hospitality. Entry Requirements No previous qualifications are needed to enter Career the certificate but entrants should be competent in Typical jobs at this level include administrative English and mathematics up to GCSE level (NQF roles in hotels, airlines and travel agencies. level 2).20 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 21. Diploma in Travel, Tourism Course description The Diploma in Travel and Tourism has been de-and Hospitality Management veloped in response to employer demands for better(TTHM) skilled and employable young people by the Diplo- ma Development Partnership (DDP) of People 1st,Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time the sector skills council for the hospitality, leisure,Modularized Morning and afternoon programme travel and tourism industries, and Goskills, the sec-Awarding body: The Association of Business tor skills council for passenger transport.Executives (ABE) Course Outline Applications Diploma 1 Please apply directly to the college or to our • Financial Accounting;agents overseas. • Economic Principles and their Application to Business; Entry Requirements • Organizational Behaviors; To enter the Diploma you must have completed • Travel, Tourism and Hospitality;the ABE Certificate (in any programme) or have two Diploma 2GCE A – Level and four GCSEs at Grade C or above • Marketing Policy, Planning and Communi-or posses a BTEC National award or equivalent NQF cation;level 3. Students with at least two years’ work experi- • Human Resource Management;ence can also apply, even without any of the above • Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Operationsqualification. Management; • Plus two from: IT in Hospitality and Tourism Assessment Operations, Customer, Service Skills, Manage- Assessment will be a written examination. One rial Accounting and/or Principles of Business.three-hour paper relating to a business scenarioprovided in the question paper, containing six ques- Careerstions, of which four should be answered. All ques- Job at this level includes Assistant Hotel Managertions carry equal weighting. and Assistant Travel Agency Manager. Leinster College Dublin 21
  • 22. Advance Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Course description Management This program trains students in operational man- agement, marketing and control of travel related services. Careers in Travel and Tourism involve the Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time sharing of customs, unique peculiarities/features and Modularized Morning and afternoon programme geography of destinations and attractions .to guests Awarding body: The Association of Business and tourists. The close interaction with tourists and Executives (ABE) travelers is suitable for those with are articulate, with a flair for meeting people and involving them with Applications activities and events. Please apply directly to the college or to our agents overseas. Course Outline • Strategic Hospitality Management; Entry Requirements • International Travel, Tourism and Hospitality; To enter the Advance Diploma you must have • Sustainable Tourism, Planning and Development; completed the TTH Diploma, or possess a first de- • Plus two from: Managing in Organizations, gree, or a BTEC HND or equivalent NQF level 5 Strategic Human Resource Management for qualifications. Business Organization, Strategic Marketing; • Management and/or Managing the Informa- Assessment tion Resource. • Assessment method: written examination; • Length of examination: three hours; Career • Candidates should answer four questions Jobs at this level include senior hotel and local from a choice of eight, each question carry- tourist board management. ing equal marks.22 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 23. Extended Diploma in Strategic • Managing change in organizations;Management & Leadership • Managing research project and presentation; • Strategic planning and implementation; • Human resources planning and development; • Strategic marketing management;Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time • Management research methods;Modularized Morning and afternoon programme • Quality and systems management;(Level 9) • Managing financial principles and techniques.Awarding body: Edexcel Course Outline Applications Extended Diploma Strategic Management & Please apply directly to the college or to our Leadership provides specialist work-related pro-agents overseas. grams of study that covers the key knowledge, un- derstanding and practical skills required in the man- Entry Requirements agement sector. This qualification offers an engaging Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline or overseas program for higher education and adult learnersequivalent or HND Business Management. IELTS who are clear about the area of management theyscore of 5.5 or equivalent if English is not your first wish to enter or progress within.language. If IELTS score is less than 5.5 a six monthsEnglish program will be required. Career On completion of this program, students will be Assessment able to look forward to shouldering responsibility of Is through the submission of assignment port- the general management of a business and be able tofolio. All assessments are externally marked and all manage it successfully. The program will also pro-units must be passed to achieve this qualification. vide a stepping stone for those who are planning to go onto higher studies in the field of management at Course description Master’s level. • Advanced professional development; Leinster College Dublin 23
  • 24. Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time Modularized Morning and afternoon programme Awarding body: The Association of Business Executives (ABE) Applications Please apply directly to the college or to our agents overseas. Assessment • Each unit requires two pieces of assessed work; • An examination, which is externally marked by ABE; • An assignment, which is internally marked by the College or by Management Approaches and moderated by ABE.24 www.leinstercollege.com
  • 25. Certificate in Strategic lites involved in strategic management and throughManagment & Leadeship (CMI) focusing on specific areas on management, we’ll tai- lor your qualification to suit your professional needs. With a more comprehensive structure, our LevelCourse duration: 25 weeks one year full time 9 Diploma in Strategic Management and LeadershipModularized Morning and afternoon programme gives you all the key skills and competencies you’ll(Level 9) need to become an effective strategic manager.Awarding body: Chartered ManagementInstitute- (CMI) Assessment Asessment is normally via practical work-based Applications assignments provided by your Approved Centre. Please apply directly to the college or to our This ensures you minimise time away from workagents overseas. and that you undertake work study which is relevant to your own organisation’s context. The Level 9 qualifications in Strategic Manage-ment and Leadership are designed for directors and Progressionsenior managers who have the authority and per- On successful completion of a Level 7 qualificationsonal inspiration to translate organisational strategy in Strategic Management and Leadership, a numberinto effective performance. These qualifications re- of progression opportunities become available:quire directors and senior managers to build on their • Enhance your professional status by upgrad-skills in strategic management and leadership and to ing your CMI membership;focus on the requirements of inter-organisational • Progress to other qualifications at the samestrategy. level (e.g. from Level 7 Award to Level 7 Cer- Award tificate etc); The Level 9 Award in Strategic Management and • Progress to other qualifications at the nextLeadership will build on the managerial skills and level (e.g. from Level 7 Certificate to Level 8knowledge you already have. It will give you a greater Certificate.understanding of the various roles and responsibi- Leinster College Dublin 25
  • 26. Award in Strategic Managment & Leadeship Course duration: 25 weeks one year full time Modularized Morning and afternoon programme (Level 9) Awarding body: Chartered Management Institute- (CMI) Applications The modules covered include personal develop- Please apply directly to the college or to our ment as a strategic manager, strategic performance agents overseas. management, financial management, strategic infor- mation management, conducting a strategic man- Course description agement project, organisational direction, financial This course is designed for managers who have planning in a global recession, strategic planning in the authority and personal inspiration to translate a recession, strategic leadership practice. organisational strategy into effective operational performance. It requires managers to build on their strategic management and leadership skills and to focus on the requirements of implementing the organisation’s strategy.26 www.leinstercollege.com
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