Recognised qualifications at CTEC
QQI Healthcare Qualifications
With a large number of Healthcare Agencies operating in County Wexford and a number of new nursing homes, there are more opportunities than ever for both full and part-time employment as a Healthcare Assistant. If you feel that the role of the Healthcare Assistant could be the job for you, you can gain your QQI level 5 qualifications by studying part-time at CTEC. Classes run one full day per week and most learners gain their full major award in less than 18 months.
QQI Childcare Qualifications - level 5 & 6
You can study for the QQI level 5 Early Childhood Care & Education National Certificate and QQI level 6 Early Childhood Care & Education Advanced Certificate at evening classes at CTEC. Again, classes are modular so you can study in the evenings until you gain your major award. Selected modules at QQI level 6 are run following the Montessori Methodology and you can also include a Special Needs Assistant (SNA) module to increase your opportunities for getting employment.
QQI level 6 Special Purpose Award in Training & Development
This new award has replaced the popular FETAC Train the Trainer qualification. It consists of two separate modules – QQI level 6 Training Needs Identification and Design and QQI level 6 Training Delivery & Evaluation. When you successfully complete both modules you will be awarded a QQI level 6 Special Purpose Award. If you already have a FETAC level 6 Train the Trainer Award that is less than 5 years old, contact CTEC to see if you can gain an exemption towards part of the new Special Purpose Award.
Whether you are a complete beginner or looking for a qualification to improve your career prospects, CTEC can offer a variety of courses from ECDL to QQI courses in Payroll, Bookkeeping, Accounts and Reception and Office Skills. Our Payroll course has been updated to include the new PAYE Project to ensure you are fully prepared for employment in this area.
FREE Training Courses at CTEC
CTEC is running FREE Digi- tal Literacy for Citizens courses funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment under the Digital Skills for Citizen’s Grant Scheme. These courses will introduce people to using the Internet, managing email, staying safe online as well as social media and online government services and are aimed at those with no or limited computer literacy. Courses take place in CTEC, local libraries and selected community organisations throughout Wexford. Call CTEC to check eligibility criteria for these courses.
Funding for Courses and Instalment Payment Plans
You may be eligible for funding towards certified training courses from the Department of Social Protection depending on your personal circumstances and should check with your local Intreo Office for details. All CTEC course fees are payable by instalment. You can set up a payment plan at our Reception and there is no additional charge for this service.
For advice, information and to book a place on any of our training programmes, why not come to the CTEC Training Centre, 2nd floor Norse Gate House, St Peter’s Square – just opposite the band and discuss training needs with our staff. Or you can contact CTEC your on 053-9121036, by email at [email protected]ford.ie or view the extensive range of programmes on our website – www.ctecwexford.ie. Follow CTEC on Facebook – www.facebook.com/ctecwexford.
CTEC graduates receiving QQI level 5 major awards in Health Service Skills, QQI level 5 and 6 major awards in Early Childhood Care & Education at CTEC 2018 Awards Ceremony.’