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Online Learning with LWETB

Online Learning with LWETB is an initiative of LWETB, in conjunction with Cenit College.

It is a programme that offers learners courses in legal and medical administration and entry level management training.

The programme is available on a continuous intake basis, so you can start at any time. There are no fees for you to complete these courses

You must choose from the ILM or the QQI subjects. They cannot be mixed.

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ILM Modules

ILM Awards in Leadership and Management are widely recognised qualifications that will prove to employers that you are invested in your self-development as a professional.

This programme comprises a wide range of modules covering core management skills, including how to organise and delegate, skills in communication, team leadership, change, innovation and managing people and relationships.

You can complete one or more modules from the list below. You can take only one module at any one time. On completion of one module, you can then request another module.

You will receive an individual ILM ‘Certificate of Unit Credit’ on the successful completion of each module.

  • To achieve the award in Leadership and Management at Level 3, you must complete four credits (Level 3 Modules). Each module carries a certain number of credits listed below. To achieve your full award will take you approximately three months.
  • To achieve the award in Leadership and Management at Level 4, you must complete five credits (Level 4 Modules). Each module carries a certain number of credits listed below. To achieve your full award will take you approximately three months.

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One Credit Modules (ILM Level 3)

All the Modules below will give you one credit once completed.

To develop knowledge and understanding of managing conflict and supporting individuals as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand conflict management in the workplace.
    • Identify causes of conflict at work.
    • Describe the stages in the development of Conflict.
    • Explain the effects of conflict on individual and team performance at work.
    • Describe how a manager could promote a positive atmosphere in order to minimise the adverse effects of conflict.

To develop knowledge and understanding of costs and budgets in an organisation as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand budgets within an organisation.
    • Explain the importance of agreeing to a budget and operating within it.
    • Describe the process by which a budget is agreed in an organisation.
    • Explain the process of gathering information to be used for determining/revising budgets.
    • Describe a method to monitor variance between actual and budgeted performance.
  • Understand costs within an organisation.
  • Explain fixed and variable costs in relation to the organisation.
  • Explain the concept of break-even in relation to the organisation.
  • Explain the purpose and nature of basic cost statements.
  • Explain the value of standard costing and its role as a control mechanism.
  • Describe mechanisms in the organisation to maintain control of costs.

To develop knowledge and understanding of negotiation and networking in the workplace as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Know how to influence and negotiate with others to achieve objectives.
    • Explain the general principles of negotiation.
    • Explain a relevant technique for influencing others to achieve workplace objectives.
    • Describe how to reduce resistance and minimise conflict to achieve a win-win situation in the workplace during negotiations.
  • Understand the value of networking.
    • Explain the value of networking.
    • Identify an appropriate network for a manager in the workplace.
    • Describe methods to establish and maintain effective professional relationships with the identified network.

To develop knowledge and understanding of managing stress in self and others as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Know how to manage stress in the workplace.
    • Examine the causes and impact of stress in the organisation.
    • Describe the symptoms of stress in self and others.
    • Explain a practical stress management technique.
  • Understand how to support individuals in the team and minimise stress in others.
    • Describe management responsibilities & actions related to work-related stress in the team.
    • Explain how and when to provide advice, mentoring or counselling to support individuals in the workplace Unit purpose and aim.

To develop basic knowledge and understanding of marketing as required by a practicing or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand basic marketing concepts.
    • Explain the marketing concept and its relevance for the organisation.
    • Describe the elements of the marketing mix and give examples of how each is used within the context of the organisation’s marketing strategy.
    • Identify the key elements of an organisation’s marketing strategy.
  • Understand how the marketing concept.
    • Conduct a simple organisational SWOT analysis in the marketing context.

Two Credit Modules (ILM Level 3)

All the Modules below will give you two credits once completed.

To develop knowledge and understanding of innovation and change as required by a
practising or potential first-line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand innovation and change in an organisation
    • Explain the benefits of innovation and change for the organisation
    • Identify the barriers to change and innovation in the organisation
    • Explain practical ways of overcoming these barriers
  • Understand how to plan, monitor and review the implementation and communication of innovation and
    change in an organisation

    • Describe which planning, monitoring and review techniques could be used to manage
      innovation and change
    • Explain why communication is important in the successful implementation of innovation and
      change
  • Understand the effects of innovation and change on people and teams in an organisation
    • Explain possible human effects of innovation and change upon people and teams in an
      organisation

To develop knowledge and understanding and be able to manage performance in the workplace as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand the value of assessing performance to meet organisational and individual needs.
    • Describe the value of formal and informal performance assessment in the workplace.
    • Explain the role of the first line manager in performance management.
  • Know how to manage performance of individuals in the team.
    • Identify ways to ensure fair and objective formal assessment.
    • Explain how to set SMART objectives for a team member.
    • Explain how to set performance standards for a team member.
    • Explain how to measure performance against agreed standards.
  • Understand the value of feedback in the workplace.
    • Explain the importance of feedback to improve performance.
    • Describe how to give effective feedback.
  • Know how to manage underperformance in the workplace.
    • Identify potential areas of underperformance in the workplace.
    • Identify causes for failure to meet agreed performance levels.
    • Describe actions to restore performance to acceptable levels.

To develop knowledge and understanding of leadership as required by a practising
or potential first-line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand leadership styles
    • Describe the factors that will influence the choice of leadership styles or behaviours in
      workplace situations
    • Explain why these leadership styles or behaviours are likely to have a positive or negative
      effect on individual and group behaviour
  • Understand leadership qualities and review own leadership qualities and potential
    • Assess own leadership behaviours and potential in the context of a particular leadership model
      and own organisation’s working practices and culture, using feedback from others
    • Describe appropriate actions to enhance own leadership behaviour in the context of the
      particular leadership model

The learner will be able to develop knowledge and understanding of how to plan and allocate work as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Know how to plan work in the workplace.
    • Identify organisational targets relevant to the team.
    • Set SMART objectives for the team to achieve the targets.
    • Use a technique to plan to achieve the objectives.
    • Explain how to monitor and control a planned activity.
  • Know how to allocate work to team members.
    • Identify resources required to complete a planned activity.
    • Explain how to allocate work to team members.
    • Explain how to assess and support team performance in achieving objectives.
  • Understand how to improve the performance of a team in delivering to plan.
    • Identify a possible cause of variance from a planned activity.
    • Identify actions to overcome causes of variance.
    • Explain how to involve team members in identifying ways to improve performance to meet objectives.

To develop knowledge and understanding of recruitment and selection as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Know how to plan to recruit and select new staff in the workplace.
    • Identify an organisation’s policies and procedures that could guide the manager in recruitment and selection.
    • Explain how to conduct a job analysis and prepare a job description and person specification for an identified post.
  • Know how to select the right person.
    • Explain how a manager would prepare for selection interviews to ensure impartiality and optimum decision making in selecting the most suitable applicant.
    • Explain a recognised selection technique that could be used during interviews.

To develop knowledge and understanding of meetings as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand how to prepare and plan a meeting.
    • Explain the purpose of a meeting.
    • Explain the purpose and structure of an agenda.
    • Explain how to select and invite the right people to attend the meeting.
    • Describe how to prepare prior to a meeting.
  • Understand how to manage a meeting.
    • Explain the roles & responsibilities of the chairperson, secretary and individuals at a meeting.
    • Explain basic meeting protocol and procedures.
    • Explain positive and negative actions that can affect meetings.
    • Explain the purposes of minutes and action plans.

To enable learners to understand the need for teams to have a sense of vision and purpose that reflects the organisation’s, and the role that effective communication, motivation, and individual and team development play in enabling this to happen.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Know how to communicate the organisation’s vision and strategy to the team.
    • Explain the importance of the team having a common sense of purpose that supports the overall vision and strategy of the organisation.
    • Explain the role that communication plays in establishing a common sense of purpose.
    • Assess the effectiveness of own communication skills on the basis of the above
  • Know how to motivate and develop the team.
    • Describe the main motivational factors in a work context and how these may apply to different situations, teams and individuals.
    • Explain the importance of a leader being able to motivate teams and individuals and gain their commitment to objectives.
    • Explain the role that the leader plays in supporting and developing the team and its members and give practical examples of when this will be necessary.

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To be able to plan change in an organisation as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand the forces for change in an organisation.
    • Identify the forces that may require own organisation to change by conducting a simple PESTLE or SWOT analysis.
    • Know how to identify and plan change in an organisation.
      • Give an example of change required in the workplace reflecting the SWOT or PESTLE analysis.
      • Identify relevant human and financial factors in the consideration of planning change within the context of the example given.
      • Explain how to communicate with and involve people to facilitate effective change o Use a technique for planning change within the given context.

To enable the practicing and potential first line manager to manage workplace projects.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Know how to manage a simple workplace project.
    • Identify a simple workplace project.
    • Use a simple tool for determining the financial viability of the project.
    • Produce a project plan using an appropriate project planning technique.
    • Set objectives & targets/milestones to monitor performance and review plans within the project.
    • Use a project evaluation technique to evaluate the project.
  • Understand the financial and non-financial implications of a workplace project.
    • List areas where net savings can be achieved as a result of the workplace project.
    • Identify wider non-financial implications that can result from the workplace project.

To enable learners to understand the basics of the management of people of an organisation who work remotely.

On completion of this module learners will:

  • Understand the nature of remote working
    • Explain the meaning of remote working
    • List the benefits of remote working for the organisation and the individual
    • List the potential barriers to remote working for the organisation and for the individual
  • Know how to lead a remote working team
    • Explain the role of trust in remote working
    • Describe how to develop trust when managing remote workers
    • Explain the role of communication in remote working
    • Describe how to communicate effectively with remote workers
    • Explain the role and nature of motivation when managing remote workers
    • Describe how to give effective feedback to remote workers
  • Know how to provide support for remote workers
    • Describe how to overcome isolation for remote workers
    • Describe how to ensure the health and safety of remote workers
    • Describe how to provide technical support for remote working

ILM Level 4 -(Credits numbers vary)

All the available Level 4 modules are listed below.

To understand the importance of managing risks in the workplace and to be able to identify and manage risks in own area of responsibility.

Credit Value = 3

On completion of this module learners will be able to:

  • Evaluate relevant laws and legislation relating to risk management in own area of responsibility
  • Evaluate internal policies relating to the management of risk in own area of responsibility
  • Conduct a risk assessment within the context of own workplace
  • Propose how to minimise identified risks in own workplace
  • Explain how identified risks will be continuously monitored and reviewed

To understand the importance of promoting personal development and be able to plan for an individual’s development.

Credit Value = 5

On completion of this module the learner will be able to:

  • Assess the potential benefits to the organisation of developing individuals
  • Assess the benefits to the individual of personal development
  • Assess how to manage an individual’s expectations with respect to personal development.
  • Evaluate development vehicles in the organisation appropriate to the development needs of the individual
  • Develop a plan to meet the identified development needs of an individual

To understand the importance of effective communication in management and be able to develop effective communication skills as a reflective manager

Credit Value = 4

On completion of this module learners will be able to:

  • Explain the relevance of the communication cycle for effective communication in management
  • Explain, with examples, the importance of selecting an appropriate tone, language, and level of formality in management communications
  • Assess the effectiveness of a range of verbal and written communication methods within your area of the organisation
  • Develop appropriate criteria to evaluate own ability to communicate effectively
  • Collect and analyse feedback on own verbal and written communication skills
  • Evaluate own communication skills as a manager, identifying strengths and areas for improvement

The learner will be able to understand the reasons for a change in an organisation and be able to manage and implement change in the workplace

Credit Value = 5 Credits

On completion of this module learners will be able to:

  • Explain reasons why organisations continually need to change
  • Conduct an environmental and organisational analysis, to identify possible areas for change in own organisation
  • Identify an opportunity for change, arising from an environmental and organisational analysis
  • Assess the benefits and risks of implementing the identified opportunity for change
  • Develop a change implementation plan including details of how you will monitor and review the implementation of change.

To develop knowledge and understanding of an organisation’s culture, understand the importance of values in underpinning the culture for innovation and improvement, understand the roles of different functions in supporting innovation and change,. It will teach the learner to know how to develop a culture that supports the growth and implementation of ideas, understand the importance of risk management in creating a culture that supports creativity and innovation. Learners will understand the important role of communication during the innovation process.

Credit Value = 3 Credits

On completion of this module learners will be able to:

  • Describe the underlying culture within the organisation Explain how this influences the management style and team structure
  • Explain own responsibility in promoting the organisation’s vision and helping to shape the culture
  • Explain how your own values and beliefs affect how you deal with change and innovation
  • Explain own responsibility to manage your personal behaviour, actions and words to reinforce innovation and change culture
  • Explain the importance of being aware of other’s needs, feelings and motivations to minimise the resistance to change and innovation
  • Identify possible tasks of the innovator during the innovation process
  • Explain the role of managers during the innovation process Explain the role of senior members of the organisation in defining the strategy for innovation and encouraging potential innovation activity
  • Describe how to encourage individuals to think innovatively and contribute ideas in the workplace
  • Explain the importance of giving constructive feedback to innovators in order to sustain their energy and input
  • Explain how to provide the support and guidance needed to implement ideas
  • Describe how to recognise and manage risk in innovation
  • Explain how to develop the organisational culture so that people are risk-aware but prepared to take acceptable risks in undertaking activities
  • Explain the importance of communicating information on identified risks to relevant people across the organisation
  • Explain the need to comply with legal requirements, industry regulations, organisational policies and professional codes when dealing with innovation activity
  • Explain the importance of establishing and communicating a clear and well-understood vision of the future for your team and/or area of responsibility resulting from an innovation activity
  • Explain the purpose of an elevator pitch to secure sponsorship for innovation ideas
  • Describe the key actions required when developing an effective business case promoting the benefits of an innovative idea in order to secure ongoing support from sponsors and the work team
  • Explain the importance of communicating outcomes of innovation activities to maintain momentum and interest

QQI Level 5

The Level 5 QQI Certificates enables learners to develop a wide range of skills, which are vocationally specific and require a general theoretical understanding. With these awards, learners are enabled to work independently while subject to general direction.

  • Applicants should have experience using Microsoft Applications
  • Recommended typing speed of 35 wpm
  • 150 hours per module
  • Award Type Minor
  • Level 5
  • Credit Value 15
Modules in the QQI framework contain a number of assessment techniques.
  • These contain assignments, portfolios, skills demonstrations or examinations.  Assignments and portfolios will take place online while examinations and the majority of skills demonstrations are required to take place onsite in an official examination centre.
  • You will be required to attend the exam centre in person on specific dates determined by your coordinator.  All onsite examinations will take place in the Athlone Training Centre.

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The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in the range of medical terminology applicable and relevant specifically to a medical receptionist or secretarial role in medical practice, clinic and or hospital context.

Learners will be able to:

  1. Examine a range of medical terminology required by a medical receptionist or secretary within a general
    medical practice and or specialist medical practice context
  2. Explore current relevant legislation regarding Health Services in Ireland
  3. Describe the sources of information available to the medical receptionist or secretary
  4. Examine the importance of using correct medical terminology in communicating with patients and medical practitioners
  5. Apply medical pronunciation and spelling correctly
  6. Define medical abbreviations used in medical investigations and diagnosis
  7. Define medical terminology associated with the medical specialities carried out in a large general hospital
  8. Define medical terms used in medical reports and summaries
  9. Use correct medical  terminology in a wide range of specialities; when dealing with both patients and medical practitioners
  10. Assemble and prepare X-ray reports
  11. Prepare final medical reports; ensuring the use of appropriate terminology, language and format.

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to provide effective customer service within a work, social or voluntary environment, operating independently while under general supervision.

Learners will be able to:

  1. Examine the principles of customer service within a range of environments.
  2. Identify the key features of good customer service, to include distinguishing between different kinds of customers, making a good first impression, meeting customer needs, catering for diversity and disability, understanding and responding to customer perceptions.
  3. Explain the standards or rating system by which customer service is developed and measured in an industry-specific area.
  4. Identify, for a vocationally specific area, key elements of consumer legislation and the functions of 2 associated regulatory organisations providing customer protection, representation, and redress.
  5. Explain how customer service enhances organisational effectiveness and success, to include practical examples of organisations with good customer care.
  6. Describe how customer perceptions can be influenced, to include elements such as the physical environment, printed materials, the personal presentation and conduct of a customer contact person.
  7. Apply the personal skills, qualities and attitudes required to perform effectively when dealing with customers, to include active listening skills, positive body language and observation of customer behaviour.
  8. Use appropriate communication technologies to include, telephone, audio visual, conferencing, email, and other interactive media in a range of customer service situations.
  9. Use written and verbal skills to include appropriate style, language, and tone.
  10. Handle a range of correspondence and records providing a service to the customer, to include orders, invoices, payments, and correspondence made both in writing and electronically.
  11. Respond to customer complaints and compliments in accordance with organisational policy.
  12. Handle a range of challenging situations, including late and unexpected arrivals, customer errors, difficult customers, changing environments.
  13. Demonstrate team or group work in providing customer care, to include allocation of roles and responsibilities, good communication and feed

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in legal practice and principles to enable the learner to appreciate the role of law in a range of vocational context and within their personal lives.

Learners will be able to:

  1. Identify the sources Irish law to include an explanation of the features of each source.
  2. Assess the role of the Constitution in the Irish legal system.
  3. Explain the meaning of common general legal terms to include plaintiff, defendant, injunction, in camera and precedent.
  4. Outline the structure of the Irish judicial system to include the hierarchy, jurisdiction and function of courts within the Irish court system.
  5. Outline the role and function of personnel within the Irish legal system.
  6. Explore the impact of European Law on the Irish legal system.
  7. Define the nature of tort to include the recognition between tort and other civil and criminal wrongs.
  8. Describe the proceedings in a Court of law.
  9. Evaluate relevant documents and legislation relevant to a specific vocational area.
  10. Identify the main categories of remedies available to include compensation, injunction, declaration, specific performance, and judicial review.
  11. Evaluate the impact of European Law on Irish Law
  12. Distinguish between civil and criminal, public and private and procedural and substantive law.

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to in the principles and practices of business law and its impact on a range of business organisations.

Learners will be able to:

  1. Examine the features of the legal system to include the sources of Irish law, court proceedings and personnel within the Irish legal system and the impact of European Union (EU) legislation on Irish law.
  2. Summarise the legal features, documentation and processes involved in the formation and dissolution of a range of business structures to include sole traders, partnerships, and companies.
  3. Explain the nature of contract and the essential features and terms of a valid contract to include offer, acceptance, consideration, expressed and implied terms, exclusion clauses, conditions, and warranties.
  4. Explain what constitutes breach and discharge of a contract and the available remedies for misrepresentation, duress, undue influence, and breach of contract.
  5. Summarise the main provisions of current legislation relating to commercial law, to include sale of goods and supply of services, hire purchase and leases, negotiable instruments and the creation and termination of principal and agent agreements.
  6. Investigate the area of consumer credit to include the main provisions of consumer credit legislation, the roles and functions of regulatory bodies and the procedures for making complaints.
  7. Explore the area of consumer protection and consumer rights, to include, sale of goods and supply of services, hire purchase agreements, consumer information and defective products, the roles and functions of regulatory bodies, the role of the small claims court and procedures for making claims.
  8. Examine the main provisions of employment legislation to include types of employment contracts, the duties and responsibilities of employers and employees and the roles and functions of industrial relations and employment rights and dispute resolution agencies.
  9. Identify the main duties and obligations of employers and employees within current health and safety legislation.
  10. Analyse the impact of changes in Irish and EU business law on a range of business activities and work practices.
  11. Interpret the contents of a range of commonly used commercial contract, documents, and agreements.
  12. Apply the main provisions of business and contract law to a specific vocational context to resolve problems and propose solutions.
  13. Apply the main provisions of consumer protection legislation to determine solutions to specific legal problems within a range of contexts.
  14. Determine solutions, based on solid legislative argument, to a range of business law problems.
  15. Reflect on the role and impact of EU legislation on Irish business activity and work practices and on the Irish consumer

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to understand the structure and function of the human body and the interrelationship between its systems.

Learners will be able to:

  1. Differentiate between Anatomy and Physiology.
  2. Describe the structure and function of a typical animal cell and its organelles.
  3. Classify tissues into the four main groups: epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous tissue, identifying the different tissues within each classification.
  4. Differentiate between benign and malignant tumours.
  5. Outline the composition of bone, including the functions of the skeleton, the main bones of the appendicular and axial skeleton and the structure of a typical long bone.
  6. Identify the major categories and functions of joints, differentiating between the four types of synovial joints.
  7. Identify the main muscles of the body, differentiating between the three types of muscle and the interconnections between the skeletal and muscular systems in body movement.
  8. Outline the structure and function of blood and its role in maintaining immunity both active and passive.
  9. Describe the function of the heart including, the structure of arteries, veins and capillaries, the cardiac cycle, and the flow of blood through the main blood vessels and blood pressure.
  10. Identify the component parts of the lymphatic system, its functions, and its relationship with the blood system.
  11. Identify the parts of the digestive system, including its associated organs and their function, the parts of the stomach and the functions of each of the four layers of the alimentary canal.
  12. Outline the composition of protein, fats and carbohydrate and the process of absorption and the assimilation and metabolism of the breakdown products of digestion.
  13. Describe the structure and identify the parts of the respiratory system.
  14. Describe the role of muscles, blood, and the nervous system in the breathing process.
  15. Explain the process of gas exchange in the alveoli.
  16. Describe the male and female reproductive systems including the function of each reproductive organ and the role of hormones in the reproductive process.
  17. Explain the terms insemination, fertilisation and implantation and the development of the embryo in the first trimester.
  18. Explain the function of the main parts of the brain and how a nerve impulse travels along the nervous system.
  19. Differentiate between the Central, Peripheral and Autonomic Nervous Systems, explaining, how reflex action works.
  20. Differentiate between endocrine and exocrine glands.
  21. Explain the role of hormones in metabolic processes, including the effects of over secretion and or under secretion of insulin, tyrosine and growth hormone and the difference between a nervous system and a hormonal system.
  22. Explain the urinary system, outlining the gross and microscopic (nephron) structure and function of the kidney.
  23. Outline the structure of the skin, including its key parts, main functions and the relationship between the skin, the circulatory system and the nervous system.
  24. Reflect on the role of the human body and the interrelationship between the systems of the body.

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to perform audio transcription tasks, using a range of input devices, to produce mailable standard documents.

Learners will be able to:

  1. Examine the function and operation of an audio transcription unit.
  2. Identify a range of reference material that can be used to ensure accuracy in carrying out audio transcription tasks.
  3. Examine the conventions of written language and its application to the audio transcription process.
  4. Examine appropriate layout, stationery, and style of display for a range of documents.
  5. Apply accurate and appropriate written language usage to audio transcription to include spelling, punctuation, and syntax.
  6. Use business and or vocationally specific vocabulary and terminology correctly.
  7. Apply appropriate formatting to the layout of audio transcribed documents.
  8. Follow dictated instructions to produce mailable documents.
  9. Use dictionaries, spellcheck and thesaurus and other reference materials as required.
  10. Carry out audio transcription in conjunction with an input device to produce accurate and fluent text.
  11. Implement implicit, explicit, and dictated transcription instructions.
  12. Make calculations, as necessary.
  13. Use an audio transcription unit to produce mailable standard documents.
  14. Exercise initiative and resourcefulness when performing audio transcription tasks.
  15. Proofread documents using appropriate correcting techniques, amending any errors as appropriate.
  16. Demonstrate organisational skills to include the efficient use of equipment and stationery.
  17. Attain minimum production standards of 40 wpm and 97% accuracy.

How to Apply

1. Complete your application on Fetch Courses. Click here for instructions on this process)

ILM Modules FETCH link is here (click apply now and follow the steps)

QQI Modules FETCH link is here (click apply now and follow the steps)

2. Complete the Commencement Form (downloadable below – please ensure you download the right form – ILM or QQI_)

Complete all sections highlighted in yellow

Commencement Form (ILM Modules) – Click to download
Commencement Form (QQI Modules) – Click to download

3. Proof of Identification will be required. Photo ID and proof of your PPS number If you have a Public Service Card a picture of both sides will satisfy this requirement. Alternatively, you can send a photo/scan copy of your driving licence/passport and a photo/scan copy of a letter from Social Welfare or Revenue that shows your PPS number.

4. Send your completed commencement form (step 2 above) and your proof of ID and PPSN number (step 3 above) to this email address. contracttraining.atc@lwetb.ie

Once LWETB has received the above information via email and all is in order they will approve your participation in the course and you will be enrolled on your chosen module within a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

Participants will need to have access to the following:

  • Microsoft Office 2016 / Windows 10 (QQI)
  • Microsoft Word (ILM)
  • Computer / Laptop with webcam and speakers
  • Strong Internet / Wi-Fi connection
  • Basic knowledge of online classrooms such as Zoom / Microsoft Teams
  • Online course with tutor support
  • Minimum of 10 hours per week recommended self-directed learning
  • Each learner will be assigned to one module
  • On successful completion of the first module, a second module can be assigned.
  • Modules in the QQI framework contain a number of assessment techniques.
    • These contain assignments, portfolios, skills demonstrations or examinations.  Assignments and portfolios will take place online while examinations and the majority of skills demonstrations are required to take place onsite in an official examination centre.
    • You will be required to attend the exam centre in person on specific dates determined by your coordinator.  All onsite examinations will take place in the Athlone Training Centre.
  • The ILM assignments are all done virtually and you do not have to attend the training centre.

ILM

  • Education: Learner must have completed a QQI level 4 qualification or equivalent.
  • Essential Technical Skills: The ability to use a web browser, email, and office productivity applications such as Microsoft Word.
  • Aptitude: Must be willing to engage in online learning, self-motivated and self-disciplined.
  • English Language Requirement: Applicants must have a good standard of written and spoken English.
  • Previous Experience: N/A

QQI

  • Education: Learner must have completed a QQI level 4 qualification or equivalent. Mature students (over 23 years) may be exempt from the above prerequisites.
  • Technical Skills: The ability to use a web browser, email, and office productivity applications such as Microsoft Word.
  • Aptitude: Must be willing to engage in online learning, self-motivated and self-disciplined.
  • English Language Requirement: Applicants are expected to be proficient at reading, drafting, preparing, and understanding information across a broad range of topics.
  • Previous Experience: N/A

Location

Online

Cenit College

Phone (PTH): 044 930 6221

pth@cenitcollege.ie

Opening Hours

The course is available online 24 x 7

Support Hours

9.00am – 4.15pm Monday –Thursday

9.00am – 1.15pm Friday