IADT Offering 120 Places Under Government Jobs Stimulus Initiative

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IADT Offering 120 Places Under Government Jobs Stimulus Initiative: IADT is offering 120 places on Certificate and short modular online courses under the Government’s July Jobs Stimulus  initiative.
People in employment can be 90% funded under the scheme and jobseekers are fully funded.

Closing date for applications is 5pm on 16th December 2020.

IADT Offering 120 Places on Certificate & Short Modular Online Courses Under Government Jobs Stimulus Initiative Applications open for the following courses:

Certificate in Applied Digital Business
Certificate in Cultural Event Management
Certificate in Strategic Finance + Taxation
Certificate in User Research + User Experience Design
Certificate in Interaction Design Principles
Certificate in Cyberpsychology
Certificate in Data Visualisation

You can find out more about IADT here and visit the college website to find out more details and apply for courses.

The Modular Skills Provision funded programmes have been selected to address specific economic and social needs arising from COVID19. Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD announced over €30 million in free and subsidised higher education places under the Jobs Stimulus package to help get people back to work, upskill workers and build economic confidence while continuing to manage the impact of COVID-19.

Applicants who are in receipt of social welfare payments including the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) will be eligible for free fees. Those in employment will be required to pay only 10% of the course fee.  Applications are now open.

Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) is Ireland’s only institute of art, design and technology.

IADT has a specific focus on the creative cultural and technological sectors, when you visit IADT you’ll discover a campus alive with ideas, innovation and entrepreneurial activity.

Programmes in both the Faculty of Film, Art + Creative Technologies and the Faculty of Enterprise + Humanities are unique in that they combine practical, transferable skills with academic learning. And because we believe in being active in research and practice, our students get to work with fantastic staff, many of whom are internationally acclaimed in their fields. Our fresh, modern campus in Dún Laoghaire is currently home to over 2300 students and staff. With outstanding facilities and a lively, friendly atmosphere, we know you’ll feel at home here too.

From full-time undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to accredited part time courses, IADT has earned the reputation as Ireland’s leading creative cultural and technological institute by consistently providing innovative, practical and relevant courses.


Steven Galvin

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