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Personal Care & Presentation Skills BTEI

This is a 10-12 week part time BTEI course. The part time course aims to give training, up-skilling and confidence to learners enabling them to take up meaningful work in many areas, such as Retail, Beauty, Hairdressing, Bar Work, Travel & Tourism. 

Course Content

QQI Level 4 Part time

Customer Service, Teamwork, Personal Effectiveness (Hair & Beauty) IT Support 

Certification

QQI Level 4 PART AWARD

Duration

10 - 12 weeks part time

Entry Requirements

All BTEI applicants must be in receipt of or a dependent of a Social Protection payment before starting the course. Participants on CE schemes or TUS may apply also. All students who present for this course will be given individual guidance by qualified tutors who are in a position to make recommendations as to what courses may suit their learning needs. 

Progression

Successful learners may progress on to Level 5 or Further Education.

Career Opportunities

This is an area of study that offers excellent career opportunities in areas, such as Retail, Beauty, Hairdressing, Bar Work, Travel & Tourism. 

How To Apply

Please contact 01 832 2735 or kilbarrack@cdcfe.cdetb.ie indicating the course you are interested in and all your contact details, in order for the college to make contact with you to arrange an interview. 

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