Apply for a Pearse College QQI Accredited Course

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Fancy an early Christmas present? Apply for a Pearse College QQI Accredited Course starting in Sept 2023.

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Apply for a Pearse College QQI Accredited Course

Pearse College of Further Education caters to those who have recently completed their Leaving Certificate Examinations, individuals who wish to upskill and for those who want to pursue a different career path. A diverse campus with great staff and excellent facilities, Pearse College is a vibrant and exciting environment to study and a stones throw away from Dublin’s city centre. Academic facilities such as libraries, specialist rooms and computer labs are accompanied by recreational facilities such as a sports hall and gym and decorative, tranquil gardens.

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Featured Course

This part time Sport & Fitness course over 2 years is FREE to anyone in receipt of social welfare payments and to medical card holders and offers the chance to pursue a career in the sport & fitness industry.

The course is split into 2 groups Fitness and Sport with an emphasis placed on gaining a fitness qualification and various coaching awards respectively. There are also several theory based modules which require students to gain a deeper understanding of the various elements in the sport & fitness industry. These elements combined provide students with further education and workplace opportunities. If students successfully complete the 2 years they will also receive the FETAC level 5 award in sport and recreation.

Course Modules:

Sport Group
Exercise & Fitness
Sport & Recreation Studies

Fitness Group
Anatomy & Physiology
Leisure Facility Operations
Work Experience
Leisure Facility Administration
ITEC Diploma in Gym Instruction

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