Engineers are the innovators and problem solvers of the modern era. From simple to complex structures; a door handle to a supercar, an engineer is involved from concept design to production. This course is designed to equip learners with the skills and knowledge to gain employment, access apprenticeship programmes or progress to further study in Universities/ Institutes of Technology.
- Materials Science
- Engineering Drawing
- CAD Computer Aided Design
- Engineering Workshop Processes
- Engineering Theory
- Word Processing
- Work Experience
All our Level 5 PLC courses are open to school leavers (Leaving Cert/ Leaving Cert Applied Students/A Levels/GCSE or equivalent), QQI Level 4 graduates and mature applicants. A QQI Level 5 award is a prerequisite to access a Level 6 programme.
Progression To Degrees
DkIT | Engineering – Common Entry | Level 8
DkIT | Construction Management | Level 8
TU Dublin | Design Engineering | Level 8
TU Dublin | Civil and Structural Engineering | Level 8 • DkIT | Architectural Technology | Level 7
DkIT | Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical & Electronic Systems | Level 7
Graduates progress to employment in various areas including:
Engineering Machine Operative | Engineering Technician – Civil | Engineering Technician – Electrical | Engineering Technician – Mechanical | Engineering Craft Machinist | Building Services Engineering Technician | Agricultural Technician
2020-21 Course Fees
Note - Some courses may require the learner to purchase relevant industry-specific material for their own use which may not be included in the list of course fees.
€30 of Enrolment Fees are Non-Refundable. All fees subject to change.
The following categories of participant are exempt from paying the PLC Government Levy:
- Medical Card/SUSI Grant/Back to Education Allowance Holders may be exempted from PLC Government Levy. Documentary Evidence must be presented immediately to avail of such exemptions.
- Medical Card/Back to Education Allowance Holders may be exempted from QQI Exam Fees. Documentary Evidence must be presented immediately to avail of such exemptions.