An Cosán’s Women’s Education Programme

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An Cosán are running two Online Information Sessions for Women’s Education Programme.

The Women’s Education Programme equips you with the skills and knowledge you need for returning to work and education.

Join one of An Cosán’s Online Information Session on Tuesday 16th or 23rd February (11am-12pm).

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An Cosán is working in partnership with the Mná na hÉireann Fund to deliver a Women’s Education Programme via blended learning that will lead to a QQI Level 5 Major Award in Business Administration with Digital Skills for Work. Completion of the Level 5 Major Award can lead the learner to accessing meaningful employment and/or progression to Certificate / Higher Certificate (NFQ Level 6) and BA Degree (NFQ Level 7/8) awards in a Business discipline in other institutions. The learner may also choose to join one of a range of options which are detailed in An Cosán’s Programme Prospectus.

Aim of the Women’s Education Programme

The aim of this interdisciplinary blended online Certificate programme is to develop student’s comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the theory, concepts and structures associated with Business Administration and Digital skills and then implement these new skills and competences into their professional and personal lives.

An Cosán are hosting a Information session to help you get all the information about the programme and make an informed decision! If you would like to find out more about your options register to attend an Information Session today.

[Covid19 Update: “This programme will be exclusively online until at least the summer of 2021. Face-to-face workshops may take place after that, pending COVID-19 guidelines” ]

Once you register:

  • You will be sent a Zoom link and brief instructions on how to join on the day of your session
  • You will need access to a smart phone / laptop and internet to access this online session.
  • If access to technology is a barrier or if you are unable to attend, please get in touch, by email info@ancosan.ie or Phone 01 – 462 8488 to make alternative arrangements.

Why attend?

  • Explore course options and your progression routes
  • Hear from members of the An Cosán Team about what is required, programme content, entry criteria, student supports. You will also have an opportunity to ask questions.
  • Find out how to register
  • Find out what other supports are available
  • Meet online with other potential applicants

You can learn more about An Cosán here and courses available


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