Ballsbridge CFE is located in Dublin 4 at the heart of the business community

August 28, 2013

Ballsbridge College of Further Education (CFE) is continually upgrading its portfolio of courses to meet changing educational needs. Check for current vacancies in Computerised Office Skills for Adults, International Aid and Development; Web Authoring and Multi-Media and Auctioneering in Ballsbridge CFE.

 

Principal Dan Bradley says, ‘The college has always been recognised for its links with employers and ensures that our students have the skills that are required in the business environment today. We provide an open and welcoming learning environment and each year we attract an energetic and enthusiastic group of students. If you are a school leaver, an adult returning to education or an international student in Ireland, there is a course in the college to suit you’.

 

Ballsbridge CFE is situated in Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 just two kilometres from Dublin city centre. Located at the heart of the business community, the College is easily accessible by public transport .

 

International Aid & Development is an innovative FETAC level 5 course that offers students the opportunity to develop their understanding of current global development issues and challenges. It provides students with the theory and practical skills for a career in the development sector working in non-governmental agencies or voluntary agencies.  The course is designed for both the school-leaver and the adult learner who has an interest in pursuing a career or further studies in global development.

 

For more information on this and other courses visit www.ballsbridgecollege.com

 

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City of Dublin Education and Training Board (formerly CDVEC) has 22 colleges across the city.  We offer almost 400 full-time courses to the post Leaving Certificate student.  The range and choice will surprise you. All of our colleges are happy to receive your enquiries.

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