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Continuing Education Registration continues this week

Continuing Education Registration continues this week

Published on: Wednesday, 08 September 2010

Billy Kelleher T.D. Minister for Trade & Commerce with Dr Brendan Murphy, President, CIT at the Launch of the new Continuing Education Handbook 2010-2011.

For detailed information on Evening and Weekend Courses/Registration dates, please click here

Pictured left: Billy Kelleher T.D. Minister for Trade & Commerce with Dr Brendan Murphy, President, CIT, at the launch of the handbook.

There are an astonishing 140 courses on offer, across all disciplines, for the more than 3,500 students who avail of Continuing Education at CIT. The suite of new Sustainable Energy Programmes offered by CAMMS, in the Department of Manufacturing & Biomedical Engineering, will appeal to people with a lot of previous experience in other technical areas who are looking to complement their skills with sustainable energy qualifications. Information on these will be available at the Faculty of Engineering & Science Open Evening on Monday 6th September. Institute staff and representatives of Professional Bodies will be in attendance during each session to offer career guidance and assistance.

Thursday 2nd September 2010

Faculty of Business & Humanities: Business Studies & Accounting, Media Studies, Social & General Studies, Tourism & Hospitality.

Monday 6th September 2010

Faculty of Engineering: Chemical, Civil, Structural & Environmental, Construction, Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical & Manufacturing, Nautical, Transport & Automobile.

Faculty of Science: Applied Physics, Biological Science, Chemistry, Computing & Mathematics, Nautical.

Institute staff and representatives of Professional Bodies will be in attendance during each session to offer career guidance and assistance.

Thursday 9th September 2010

CIT Crawford College of Art & Design
NB: Enrolment will take place at the CIT Crawford College of Art & Design, Sharman Crawford Street, Cork, from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.


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