Large range of courses availble: Association Football, Travel & Tourism, Fashion, Art & Design, Tourism Leisure & Cosmotology, Architectural Technology & CAD, Sports & Leisure Management, Security Studies, Electronics, Accounting Technician, Secretarial & Computer Skills, Computer & Network Maintenance, Business Practice, Marketing & H.R. Come to our open date to find out more!
Coláiste Íde is now accepting applications for - Accounting Technician - Foundation Year.
This is the first year of a 2 year programme leading to the Award of Accounting Technician certified by the Institute of Accounting Technicians of Ireland (IATI)
Colaiste Ide Association Football Course - Irish Ambassadors in Memphis, March 2011
Students from the association football course travelled to Memphis to participate in the Mike Allen Rosebowl Tournamant.
Our new videos section includes a short film "21 years of VTOS"
The Leonardo da Vinci National Agency held a Lifelong Learning Programme Conference on Wednesday 13th October 2010 in the National College of Ireland, Dublin for the launch of the booklet '2010 European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion'.
These courses include a three week trans-national exchange to Malta funded by Leargas (The National Agency): Diploma in Travel and Tourism, Certificate in Travel, Trade Skills, Leisure and Beauty, Hotel Reception Operations Level 6
The Hotel and Catering course includes a three week trans-national exchange to Hungary funded by Leargas (The National Agency)
" In line with the development of the Accreditation and Quality Assurance process for Learners FETAC has, since 2009 been developing a Common Awards system for all of its FETAC certified awards. This means that all awards previously issued by FAS, NCVA, Teagasc,and Failte Ireland will be issued by FETAC only. This prcocess has been completed for all FETAC level3 and Level 4 Awards and the existing awards at these levels will cease to be effective from December 2011.New awards at Major and Minor level will become effective from that date. A similar process has commenced for all FETAC Level 5 and Level 6 awards and this migration of awards at these levels will be completed by March, 2014.
Every attempt has been made by Colaiste Ide to provide current and anticipated Award Titles and course content on this web-site and in its prospectus it is possible that the published Award Titles and module titles may be altered as this migration process evolves. Students need to familiarise themselves with the approriate Award and Modle titels prior to applying for courses at the college from September 2011. In the event of doubt, applicants should consult with the FETAC web-site www.fetac.ie or contact the college admissions office directly. The college cannot be responsible for course alterations that may be required by FETAC this transition process evolves."
School of Travel, Tourism and Catering