Sallynoggin CFE Updates

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SCFE Interviews continue throughout April and May

At Sallynoggin College of Further Education we are continuing to process applications for September 2021. In order to ensure that learners are not left waiting for a confirmed offer of a place on their chosen course we are holding regular interviews for all of our courses on a weekly or fortnightly basis throughout April and May.  Interviews will be conducted remotely through phone, email and other online platforms agreed with the applicant and course coordinator. For those who are still unsure about their course choices SCFE Course Coordinators will remain on standby to answer questions.   Course Coordinator email addresses are available on our website and in our brochure. Our admissions team is on standby to answer any queries directly by phoning 01 285 2997 or email to [email protected].

 

 

SCFE Art Craft and Design Student use Lockdown experience as inspiration for Painting Competition.

Once again, the SCFE 48 hour painting challenge competition has taken place during the highest level of lockdown.  Students on the Art Craft and Design Portfolio Preparation course and the Advanced Art Craft and Design course were given just 48 hours to complete a painting reflecting a view from their own home or surroundings.  Members of the public will then vote to select the winners of the competition! The student paintings will be available to view on Facebook and Instagram and members of the people can vote to select their favourite painting.  To vote for your favourite check us out on Facebook and Instagram #sallynoggincollege

SCFE Painting competition reveals the wonders of our smaller world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCFE Art Students capture views from lockdown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pilates Teacher Training Student Workshop Master Classes with the Professionals:

Pilates Teaching including Somatic Studies students are delighted to be able to practice their skills during practical classes taking place in the college – both indoors and outdoors in safe socially distanced settings.  To further enhance these skills they are also attending a range of online workshops delivered by expert teachers with extensive experience both in Ireland and abroad. Workshops have been delivered by Liz McGrath of Thrive Pilates Studio who has a background in movement and Dance and has worked in the UK and Australia and also by Stephen O’Rourke a Chartered Physiotherapist specializing in Performance Pilates The workshops focus on exercises and techniques focused on addressing issues associated with specific areas of the body such as shoulders and spine. All of this additional learning ensures that the SCFE Pilates Teaching students have the breath and depth of knowledge required for a truly professional approach.

Pilates Teaching students practice their routines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online Applications Open Now at www.scfe.ie No CAO points required

Anxious Leaving Certificate students can rest assured that Leaving Cert/ CAO points are not required for enrolment on SCFE courses. Any query regarding applications can be directed to [email protected] or by telephone to 01 285 2997.  In the meantime, we encourage every to practice social distancing, wash hands and stay Safe!

All courses are recognised for the SUSI Grant and Higher Education Authority (HEA) fund for learners with learning difficulties.

The college, located within walking distance from Dun Laoghaire, is well served by public transport and free secure parking is available to students.

Check us out at www.scfe.ie for a full list of courses. Contact us: [email protected]

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SCFE: A Career in Special Needs Assisting, Inclusive Education and Disability Support Services.

One of the issue highlighted through the corona virus related lock down was the importance of educational support services and in particular the work of Special Needs Assistant for children and adults with special needs and disabilities and their families.  The role of the Special Needs Assistant or Care Assistant in disability support services is crucial in enhancing the quality of life and educational outcomes for thousands of individuals in Ireland yet the education and training programmes for this role often fall far short of the skills and knowledge required for the challenges involved.  SCFE has worked closely with service providers such as pre-schools, schools and disability services to develop a course that ensures that learners are fully equipped with the skills, knowledge and professional capacity to provide the highest standard of support to children and adults with special needs.  The SCFE Inclusive Education and Training with Disability Studies and Special Needs Assisting course is a QQI Level 6 award which prepares learners to work in a range of settings including pre-schools, primary and post primary schools and in public and private health services and community settings.   Alternatively, learners can start their educational journey with QQI Level 5 Early Childhood Care and Education with Special Needs Assisting.  This course primarily focus on young children and will give learners the option of working as an SNA in preschools and primary schools.

 

SCFE Students explore educational tools and equipment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think a career in this demanding but extremely rewarding profession is for you then check us out at www.scfe.ieApplications are now open for September 2020.

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