Virtual Open Evening – for all course areas and modes of study – Wednesday 25th August, 5pm
At our virtual Open Evening you will find out more about studying at CCT College Dublin as well as more about the opportunities available to study full-time for level 6, 7 and 8 Degree programmes in Business or Information Technology, as well as level 8 Higher Diploma and level 9 Postgraduate Masters courses, offered full-time and part-time.
The College is also now enrolling for part-time evening professional and industry aligned government funded modular courses such as Java and Python programming, cyber security, data analytics, DevOps, digital marketing, Project Management, and Computerised Accounts and Payroll. Instructor led and delivered live online and these classes are also recorded for recap and review.
For 2021 we are also delighted to be offering eligible students funded courses via Springboard+ and Pillar 1 of the Human Capital Initiative (HCI) .
We look forward to meeting you virtually at this event and welcoming you as a student of CCT College Dublin this year.
Empower your business growth with data analytics and develop your skills in AI applications – Webinar on August 23rd – Funded Courses Available
CCT College Dublin would like to invite you to register for the upcoming lunchtime webinar on August 23rd in association with CCT College Dublin’s Industry Partner Microsoft Ireland, where you will hear from industry representatives on the IT skills required to help empower business transformation as well as from CCT College Dublin staff and students on the programmes offered which will meet some of these skills requirements including a new level 9 MSc in Data Analytics.
The webinar will be focused on how you can ensure your skills (or that of your team) are kept up to date and support the strategic growth of your business with funded accredited courses via Springboard+ and the Human Capital Initiative.
Microsoft Ireland is partnered with CCT College Dublin who offer a range of courses to support continuous learning in ICT and related areas. The aim of this partnership is to encourage and empower learners to develop the skills that are needed for future roles in the tech industry. CCT are offering free or 90% Springboard+ and Human Capital Initiative funded Masters Degree level 9 and Higher Diploma level 8 graduate conversion courses, in Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence, that provide opportunities for learners with a related degree and those currently working in IT to reskill for careers at the forefront of the tech industry’s future. Also available is a level 7 Diploma in Networking and Systems Security.
These QQI awarded programs are delivered through blended learning so you can learn in a way that suits you.
Participants on these courses at CCT College Dublin will also have the opportunity to obtain Microsoft professional certification in addition to their academic studies.
‘The Skills That Will Drive Ireland’s Recovery and the Workplace of the Future – Hybrid Working’ – Webinar on June 30th
CCT College Dublin are inviting HR Managers, L&D Leads, Talent Managers, employees and graduates to attend our upcoming webinar on ‘The Skills That Will Drive Ireland’s Recovery and the Workplace of the Future – Hybrid Working’ – On June 30th at 12.00 (GMT +1), a 60-minute lunchtime webinar event will provide you with an update from Microsoft Ireland on the future of hybrid working and the various government funded skills initiatives which Microsoft in collaboration with CCT College Dublin are spearheading to assist in driving the national economic recovery.
This session will inform attendees on how these initiatives can impact and benefit your industry during this period of digital transformation.
- A Microsoft Strategic Skills update – Dr Kevin Marshall, Head of Education, Microsoft Ireland
- Microsoft Ireland and CCT College Dublin Partnership – Dr Kevin Marshall, Head of Education, Microsoft Ireland and Marie McTigue, Head of Marketing, CCT College Dublin
- The Workplace of the Future – Hybrid Working – Joanne Morrissey, HR Director, Microsoft Ireland
- Q&A Workshop