Open Training College Offers FREE Places on QQI Social Care and Management Courses

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Open Training College Offers FREE Places on QQI Social Care and Management Courses: Have you thought about upskilling to become a better practitioner in supporting vulnerable adults but the financial and time pressures were too much of a barrier?

The Open Training College (OTC) has a possible solution. The OTC is offering 6-week online Continuing Professional Development courses FREE of CHARGE starting in January.

Courses that can cost €395- €1,100 are now free!  *

Yes, OTC students can study one or two short courses in January and, because of the recent government stimulus package, no tuition fees will apply for most of them. Check out the five HEA Modular course choices below. 

These courses will upskill students with practical and immediate solutions and will also allow students to experience an accredited short course as an introduction to a longer accredited course, without the usual financial commitment. Go on, take the quick plunge and see if any of these courses are suitable to you and your organisation’s needs!

FREE Open Training College HEA modular course:

Budget Management       

Collaborative Practice & Teamwork       

Managing Individualised Services       

Creative Problem Solving & Action Learning       

Project Management

Credits leading to QQI qualification:

Certificate in Applied Management

BA in Social Care

Higher Certificate in Applied Management

Higher Certificate in Applied Management

BA in Applied Management

Online application deadline: Friday, 18th December. CPD courses start January 2021. Read more HERE.

Only a 6-week commitment of online study and FREE of charge. Apply today!

Contact: Conor on or call 01 2990580

Find out out more about Open Training College and courses available.



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