Fast-Track Your Career With A Springboard+ Funded Qualification From TU Dublin

16 Jul, 2020

A Springboard + funded course from TU Dublin, Ireland’s first Technological University, is the perfect opportunity to progress your career or take a step in a new direction.

TU Dublin has 1,400 places on 30 programmes in a broad range of disciplines taught across our Dublin City, Blanchardstown and Tallaght campuses. Springboard+ courses are free for people that are unemployed or returning to employment while those that are working can avail of subsidised fees of up to 90% of the total cost of the fees.

TU Dublin is passionate about providing lifelong learning opportunities, and our courses funded by Springboard+ allow participants to upskill or reskill in economically critical sectors where employers need qualified workers. We offer qualifications from Higher Certificate to Postgraduate with Springboard+ funding in a range of disciplines, including but not limited to, Applied Digital Marketing, Pharmaceutical Technology, Machine Learning & AIBIM (Digital Construction), Digital Construction & Engineering Analytics, Medical Device Innovation, Advanced Producing, Computing in Digital Forensics & Cyber Security and Web Application Development. All Springboard at TU Dublin courses are offered on a part-time basis and are open to all eligible applicants regardless of their employment status.

Flexibility is key for those interested in career progression, and many of our courses use a mix of teaching methods, including online lectures, group project work and face-to-face workshops or tutorials. The knowledge and skills you will acquire on these internationally recognised programmes will allow you to make a significant contribution to the re-invigoration of the Irish economy and in some cases even respond to challenges presented by COVID19.

Read more at: https://springboardcourses.ie/

 

Springboard+ is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for employability, inclusion and learning 2014-2020