CMIT triple finalist in The Education Awards 2018

CMIT triple finalist in The Education Awards 2018 CMIT is a triple finalist in The Education Awards 2018. The Education Awards recognise, encourage and celebrate excellence in the third level education sector on the island of Ireland from both State and privately funded institutions. This recognition underlines CMIT’s commitment to innovation, service and quality in accredited eLearning. CMIT is […]

Progression from QQI Level 5 and Level 6 component certificates

Progression from QQI Level 5 and Level 6 component certificates Having completed and gained your level 5 or 6 component certificate you may be planning to continue with your studies to gain a QQI Major Award at Level 5 or 6. There are a number of progression options available. QQI offer a useful qualifications search […]

Agile Project Management course

CMIT are pleased to announce the addition of the new Agile Project Management course. The Agile Project Management course gives the basics of Agile with emphasis on the Scrum style. This course also gives the student a working understanding of how the philosophies and principles of Agile are used in successful projects. This course is […]

New Google Analytics and Social Media Training Course Bundle

CMIT are pleased to announce the addition of the new Google Analytics and Social Media Training course Bundle.   This Google Analytics and Social Media Training course bundle is a highly practical elearning bundle designed to equip learners with skills in: (1) digital marketing, (2) social media, (3) Google analytics (4) Facebook marketing, (5) YouTube advertising, (6) […]

Special Needs Assisting (SNA) eLearning course

CMIT is pleased to announce a new eLearning course which leads to the QQI component certificate in Special Needs Assisting (6N1957).  The course is delivered over 10 weeks 100% online. Benefits of completing the SNA Course with CMIT QQI approved course. CMIT’s eLearning system is available 24×7 to facilitate different individual learner needs and lifestyles. […]

Childcare Courses: Should I complete a Level 5 or a Level 6 for ECCE?

The new Childcare Legislation (2016) requires all childcare workers to hold a minimum of a Level 5 Major Award in Childcare before they are allowed to work in a registered childcare setting.  However, from September 2016 in ECCE services, subsidies will only be paid for individual ECCE Sessions where the ECCE Room leader holds at […]

Most difficult to fill Jobs in Ireland and training courses

The most recent SOLAS Skills and Labour Market Research Unit (SLMRU) survey of Recruitment Agencies reveals an increase in the number of difficult to fill jobs in Ireland. A significant majority of all difficult to fill mentions were  professional occupations (IT professionals, engineers, accountants, etc.), however, an increasing number of  non-professional roles were mentioned as difficult […]

Childcare Career Guide in Ireland. Course and Grant Information.

This Childcare Career Guide provides guidance on education, career and qualifications. Childcare professionals work across a wide range of childcare service provision areas, from full time day care to child minding in their own home. No matter the area they are working in childcare professionals are required to provide an excellent standard of care to […]

Strong Growth in some Business Employment Sectors

Growth in Business employment in Ireland The Irish governments initiative to boost business employment creation in the Business and Finance sector, along with strong demand from International multinational tech giants, as job creators, has seen strong growth in employment.   In addition, there has been major shift in the education and skill requirements for business […]

Skills Gaps within Ireland

Recent research by Forfas (2016) on Skills gaps within Ireland, shows that although the Irish labour market continued to display high levels of unemployment, improvements were evident in almost all labour market indicators. Moreover, there was an increase in the number of mentions of skill gaps in Ireland. In most cases, gaps remained confined to specialised areas. Key areas are Business, ICT, Science, […]