|Programme||Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia||Level 6|
|Awarded by||QQI - Quality & Qualifications Ireland|
|Start Dates||From: 18/09/2017 To: 16/05/2018||1 Year|
|Days & Time||Schedule available early September (Approx: 3 days per week)|
|Cost||E.U: €4,000.00 / NON E.U.: €8,000.00 (Applications through the international admissions office only) email@example.com||Inclusive|
|How To Apply||To arrange an Interview with the Programme Leader, please contact:
Alan Yu at 01) 8309677 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia Level 6 programme provides a broad range of modules designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of graduates and also provide them with increased employment prospects in a wide range of areas. It also provides the opportunity to progress to the Higher Certificate or BSc Degree programmes in this field.
The Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia is on the CAO System for September 2017. CAO Code: DS 603 (See page 38 of the CAO Handbook). The Application Forms and the CAO Handbook 2017 are both available from the Central Applications Office (CAO), Tower House, Eglinton Street, Galway www.cao.ie.
Graduates will have the required skills and knowledge to work effectively within an organisation at entry level, to work as part of a team supporting software development projects, to produce multimedia content (such as graphics and audio), configure networks & systems and to configure & maintain hardware. This course introduces students to general multimedia systems; it shows them how to produce audio, video and 2-D animation content and how to publish that content to the web. The progression route include the Higher Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia Level 6 and BSc in Computing & Multimedia Level 7.
Dorset College welcomes applications from Leaving Certificate, A Level, Mature and students who hold QQI Level 5 Awards. QQI holders may be eligible for entry onto specific related programmes at Dorset College.
The Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia is on the CAO System for September 2017. CAO Code: DS 603 (See page 38 of the CAO Handbook). The Application Forms and the CAO Handbook 2018 are both available from the Central Applications Office (CAO), Tower House, Eglinton Street, Galway www.cao.ie. The closing date for applications through the Central Applications Office (CAO www.cao.ie.) is 1st February 2018 although CAO will accept late applications up to the 1st May 2018. For further details contact Admissions: 01) 8309677 or email: email@example.com. Full list of Dorset College courses on CAO.
In order to successfully enter this programme, learners should have at least one of the following:
|Under the new Common Points Scale for Leaving Certificate 2017 applicants must obtain a minimum of 5O6/H7, including a language and a minimum of O6/H7 in Maths OR|
|Applicants must hold a QQI level 5 Major Award in Information Technology OR|
|Applicants who are second language speakers of English must achieve an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent and hold the International Equivalent to Leaving Certificate.|
|For mature learners (i.e. age 23 and older), applications will be individually assessed in order to determine suitability through Dorset College’s ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’ policy.|
Protection of Enrolled Learners
Dorset College has arrangements in place to ensure the Protection of Enrolled Learners (PEL) in the event of a cessation of programmes by the college. These arrangements will ensure a smooth continuance of programmes for the learner. The arrangements will comply with Section 65(4)(a) of the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012 in respect of learners on a programme leading to a QQI Award.
The Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012 Part 6 requires requires that all programmes of 3 months or more duration have in place arrangements for the Protection of Enrolled Learners to ensure learners have the opportunity to complete their programme of study. We confirm that PEL arrangements are in place between this organisation and the named Colleges outlined:
For further details of requirements see http://www.qqi.ie/Pages/Protection-for-Enrolled-Learners-(PEL)-.aspx
The Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia Level 6 programme provides a broad range of modules as outlined below. These are designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of graduates and also provide them with excellent employment prospects in a wide range of areas and academic progression to the higher certificate or degree level programmes in this field.
This module teaches the fundamentals of computer architecture and systems in a modern PC. Students will also acquire the knowledge and skills required to upgrade maintain and install system components.
This module introduces computer programming and develops fundamental skills such as editing, compiling and executing computer programs and constructing algorithms to solve problems.
This module teaches students visual communication skills such as storyboarding and gives students an appreciation of the history of visual images
This module introduces students to general multimedia systems; it shows them how to produce audio, video and 2-D animation content and how to publish that content to the web.•Computer Hardware and Software Systems.
This module will enable students to communicate effectively using a range of skills and tools both individually and in groups. It will also teach the students how to operate effectively within teams.
The assessment schedule is outlined on the links below for each module:
|Computer Architecture & Systems||Mathematics for Computing|
|Computer Programming Fundamentals||Visual Communications|
|Web & Multimedia Technologies||Teamwork & Communications|
Certificate in Science in Computing and Multimedia Level 6
Awarded by: Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI)
The Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia Level 6 programme provides a broad range of modules designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of graduates and also provide them with increased employment prospects in a wide range of areas.
On successful completion of this level 6 certificate, graduates may progress to the Higher Certificate in Science in Computing & Multimedia Level 6 and thereafter to the final year of the Bachelor of Science in Computing & Multimedia Level 7 (see the (NFQ) National Framework of Qualifications for more information on framework levels).
Annette Foster has taught in Dorset College or many years. She has delivered modules in the Computing and Multimedia Degree at level 6 and 7 and also in the International Business at level 8. The modular subjects include Maths for Computing, information Systems, Statistics and Ecommerce and Life Skills.
Learners have benefited greatly from her expertise and experience in the subject areas.
Irene McGinn holds a BA in Communications and Creative Media (Dundalk Institute of Technology) and a MA in Film and Television Studies (Dublin City University). She is currently involved in PhD research in the role that narrative plays in promoting action in online groups (University of West of England).
Irene's academic expertise includes new media, visual communications, audience theory, digital and participatory culture, and the social impact of technology. Her practical skills include IT skills, print and web design, animation, video editing and digital art.
Her research interests include narrative in digital media, education and communications, audience theory and participatory culture, gender and technology, gaming culture, online communities, and media convergence and regulation.
Carmen Mihaela Maritan BSc. PhD
Carmen lectures in Business Statistics & Mathematics, General Mathematics and Physics at Dorset College. She has seven years lecturing and teaching experience at 6, 7 and 8 honours degree level.
She studied for BSC in Education and Training DCU Dublin.
Carmen has significant experience in “Water Resources Engineering “, carrying out research on Water resources and Water Management. She wrote published articles on Soil and Water Pollution. Carmen studied for BSc in Civil Engineering Bucharest, for Masters and Doctoral degree in Water Resource Engineering at Faculty of Hydrotechnics Bucharest and “Pierre et Marie Curie” University Paris.