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Sitting at the heart of Dublin, Liberties College is a stone’s throw away from all major Dublin
landmarks and leafy parks. Within walking distance of Grafton Street and O’Connell
Street, our privileged location is very easy to reach through many transportation methods.
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Today is the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities – The theme this year is ‘Not All Disabilities are Visible’ Students took part in designing a poster to highlight the day and draw attention to the many hidden disabilities people live with everyday as part of the Equality & Disability module.
AS DIRECTED BY THE DEPT.OF EDUCATION THE COLLEGE WILL REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL THE 19TH OF APRIL INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED TO TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY 25th OF MARCH HAVE BEEN RE-SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 22nd INFORMATION ON COVID19 CAN BE FOUND ON THE HSE WEBSITE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SITE. https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/coronavirus.html https://www.education.ie/en/The-Department/Announcements/information-for-schools-preschools-and-third-level-institutions-on-the-coronavirus.html
I was able to use my level 6 Award from the Liberties to progress to the third year (level 7) of the Montessori programme in St. Nicholas Montessori College where I am now studying. My time at Liberties College challenged me, gave me an interest in Early Childhood Education and prepared me for third level college.
I studied for two years at Liberties College, achieving a Level 5 Childcare and Level 6 Early Child Care & Education award as well as a Montessori Diploma in 2013. My level 6 award allowed me advanced entry to year two of an Honours degree in Early Childhood Education & Care through IT Carlow, which I completed in 2015. I am currently doing a Post Graduate Higher Diploma in Teaching & Learning for Further Education at National College of Ireland and I hope to go on and have a career teaching within the further education sector.
I have been travelling all over the world and it gets hectic at time (jetlag is horrible lol). I have been too so many countries that I would not of had the opportunity to visit without working for Emirates. I am working with Emirates 7 months, I graduated as an official Cabin Crew member last month as we graduate 6 months after joining.
I am studying Midwifery in Trinity College, Dublin.
The Health Care Assistant course made my almost impossible dreams come true. I didn’t think I had the courage to fulfil my dream.
This course has helped me decide what career path I want to take. I have learned a lot from children with disabilities and gained a lot of experience in my work place. I will share my knowledge and experience when I go back to my own country Mauritius.
I enjoy coming to college because it is so friendly and the teachers are wonderful.
I did this course as a way of getting into college, I plan to go to 3rd level and study social studies.
This course has given me the opportunity to achieve a qualification that I have wanted for a number of years.
This course has given me the confidence to work and care for children in a professional way. I would like to open a Montessori school in Africa.
The training in all aspects of theatre is fantastic, I’ve learned so much in my three years in this college.
I would like to work in Theatre or further my training in London.
I feel this course has really boosted my confidence as a performer. Every day I am constantly learning more and more regarding all aspects of performance and theatre. I would like to continue my study in London.
This course has given me the chance to get back into education and to develop my personal skills, I would like to move on to a degree level course.
I really enjoyed my time studying in Liberties College.
Two days per week work experience in a crèche gave me an insight into my chosen career.
I found the whole experience to be very positive and recommend this college when choosing a career in childcare.
Cache Diploma student
Liberties College gave me a wonderful base of knowledge to progress onto a level 8 degree course.
It introduced me to the relevant theories and gave me practical experience which was a perfect stepping stone for me.
I was a Travel & Tourism student and enjoyed every minute of my time in Liberties College.
I took with me many fond memories that I’ll cherish for a lifetime. I am now working full time in a travel agency in my home town.
I studied Healthcare in Liberties College in 2012.
I loved every bit of it. The social aspect was great, I had fun along with learning.
Tutors were friendly and approachable. You get work experience which gives you a great insight into what the job is all about. I recommend this course to anyone interested in healthcare.
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