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National Print Museum 2017 Culture and Heritage Studies course

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National Print Museum 2017 Culture and Heritage Studies course


Tuesday, August 22, 2017 




National Print Museum 2017 Culture and Heritage Studies course

The National Print Museum/CDETB LTI Programme in Cultural and Heritage Studies is now open for applications. a QQI Level 5 Major Award in Cultural and Heritage Studies 5M2154. The programme Start Date is 16th October 2017 .

This is a QQI Level 5 Major Award in Cultural and Heritage Studies 5M2154. The programme start date is 16th October 2017.

Course Overview

Cultural and Heritage Studies Award

The National Print Museum seeks to collect, document, preserve exhibit and make accessible the material evidence of the printing craft and foster associated skills of the craft in Ireland. It is supported by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and the City of Dublin Education Training Board. It is also a fully accredited under the Heritage Council’s Museum Standards Programme for Ireland.

The QQI Cultural and Heritage Studies Award is a long established programme at the National Print Museum which aims to assist people in developing the skills to seek employment in the Cultural and Heritage industry and/or progress to Further Education after the course. Full details here [PDF]

On Completion

Past students have progressed to employment in the National Museum of Ireland, Malahide Castle, Airfield, National Gallery of Ireland, IMMA and OPW sites throughout Ireland. Others have taken up places in Trinity College, UCD, DIT and Maynooth University either applying as mature students, through the CAO or through Access courses.

Who can apply?

The course is open to anyone who is unemployed and between the ages of 18-35, in receipt of a Social Welfare payment.

Eligibility & Criteria

  • Be able to commit to a twelve month full-time QQI Level 5 Cultural and Heritage Studies Award
  • Leaving Certificate or Leaving Certificate Applied or LCVP or FETAC/QQI Level 4 Award.

How to apply

Register your interest by emailing: rachelobyrne@nationalprintmuseum.ie OR

Apply directly through www.fetchcourses.ie  here OR

Visit our website on www.nationalprintmuseum.ie for further details

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