Q. What type of courses are offered on a part-time basis? A. The Institute offers a broad range of courses in the discipline areas of Business and Management, Information Technology, Health and Social Care, Education, Hospitality and Catering, Science and Engineering. course information section
Q. What are the entry requirements? A. All courses have their own requirements, these requirements are stated in thecourse information section
Q. How do I register to attend a course? A. Please see individual course details for application procedures and closing dates. A drop in facility is available where staff from the Lifelong Learning Department, IT, Tralee are available to answer queries on a one-to-one basis from 11.30am - 12.30 Noon and 2pm-3:30pm Monday to Friday in July and August.. No appointment necessary.
Registration Friday 20th January
Course Commencement Monday 23rd January
Q. How much will the course cost? A. Fees are stated in thecourse information section Fees must be paid in full before beginning lectures and can be paid by bank giro, cheque/postal order or credit card , Visa/Mastercard,(cheques should be made payable to ITT). Invoices can be issued upon request
- all course fees are receipted.
REGISTRATION CANNOT TAKE PLACE WITHOUT FULL PAYMENT OF RELEVANT FEES.
What is ITT's Refund Policy?
For courses of 15 weeks or more a full refund will be given on withdrawal from the course during the first three weeks. A 50% refund is given during the fourth/fifth weeks and no refund is available after this period.
PLEASE NOTE: Requests for a refund of course fees must be made in writing to the Lifelong Learning Department. A 20% administration fee is charged in all cases.
Q. Is there financial assistance available for the payment of fees? A. As part of the Government's Springboard initiative this September the Institute of Technology, Traleewill offer on a part-time basis a range of funded programmes. Nationally, Springboardwill provide 6,000 new places on higher education programmes for unemployed people. The scheme is targeted at those who were previously working but lost their jobs or were made redundant and who, with some upskilling, could fill current or future job shortages. Those who undertake the courses will retain their benefits and if they find a job, theywill still be permitted and encouraged to finish their course.
Tax Relief - People pursing part-time course leading to a Third Level qualification may be eligible for Tax Relief on their fees. Please see www.revenue.ie for further details
Q. Are courses provided for local Business and Community Groups? A. Should a company or Community Group have a specific training requirement please contact Mary Stritch, Lifelong Learning Department, Phone: 066 7191701, Fax: 066 9171724 or email email@example.com, www.springboardcourses.ie