Science in Computing Online Sample Class at NCI

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The National College of Ireland is hosting a live Science in Computing Online Sample Class on Tuesday 2nd August from 6pm-8pm focusing on the Higher Diploma in Science in Computing.

Regina Dunne, Education & Training Adviser, and William Clifford, Lecturer in Computing will present the sample online class.

Also on the night, a Springboard+ Team will  be available to answer any questions you have around eligibility for Springboard+ funding and the application process.

It will be a live session where you will have the opportunity to experience the online classroom and ask any questions you may have.

The session will be split into 2 parts:

  • 6pm-7pm: Open Q&A session on all aspects of the course (you can join in at any stage for this session)
  • 7pm-8pm: Taster class by William Clifford on the Higher Diplomas in Computing

Register Here

Complete the form to register for this online event:


Higher Diploma in Science in Computing

NCI offer the following computing specialisation programmes through Springboard+ and Human Capital Initiative:

Artificial Intelligence


Software Development

Web Development

The National College of Ireland NCI offers a wide range of part-time courses and evening classes at the IFSC Dublin.

Courses at The National College of Ireland NCI are highly-relevant courses that give students the skills that future employers will be looking for when looking to hire. The college works closely with industry and professional bodies such as Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Institute of Commercial Management (ICM), Irish Institute of Pensions Management, the Sales Institute of Ireland and others to ensure our courses closely are aligned to industry needs. Small classes and student support allow lecturers and students to interact more.

Learn more here.

Springboard+ is an initiative that aims to provide free/ subsidised education, upskilling and reskilling opportunities through higher education in areas where there is a skills need. Courses are free for people who are unemployed, who were previously self-employed, and for people returning to work.

Steven Galvin

Future of Biosciences
BA (Hons) in Business (Blended) at Griffith College


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