DBS Springboard+ Information Evening

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Thinking about taking up one of these free/subsidised courses? Come join DBS for their Springboard+ Information Evening on Thursday 13th August in their Aungier St. building, at 6pm. Register your place here. Open Evenings are an ideal chance to visit the college, find out about their Springboard+ courses, and meet with DBS lecturers and staff to discuss the course of your interest.

The Springboard 2019/20 brochure is available for download here.

About the DBS Springboard+ Information Evening

Dublin Business School (DBS), in conjunction with the Higher Education Authority (HEA) as part of the Springboard+ 2019/20 initiative, offered a number of Government funded Springboard+ programmes.

DBS Springboard+ programmes are now available regardless of your employment status. They are free of charge to applicants who fall under the Springboard+ ‘unemployed’ & ‘returners’ categories and there is a 10% contribution fee for applicants who are in the ’employed’ category. The HEA will fund 90% of the fees for successful employed applicants. Please see individual course pages below for further course information and the Springboard+ website FAQ page for eligibility information.

Courses Available

The one year part-time programmes are in the areas of ICT, Big Data, Digital Marketing,  IT & Finance among others. They are delivered part-time for people who are employed and also allow applicants who are on social welfare payments, return to employment and continue with the part-time programmes after securing employment.

DBS will also be offering two year, part-time accredited Level 8 Higher Diploma ICT skills conversion awards in the areas of FinTech, Data Analytics, Software Development, and Web & Cloud Technologies. These two year ICT skills conversion courses are delivered part-time and designed for people who are employed.

All DBS Springboard+ programmes are fully accredited by Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI) and span Levels 7 & 8 on The National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ), to suit applicants with a range of prior qualifications and experience.

How to Apply

All programmes are now open for applications through the Springboardcourses.ie website (entry requirements apply for all courses). Early application is advised as these Government funded courses fill up fast. For further information & to apply visit www.springboardcourses.ie.
Alternatively, contact the DBS Admissions Office directly on (01) 4177500 or by messaging them here.

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