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Business
& Management
Third Level Courses

Certificate in Front Line Management

Higher Certificate in Business
in Social Media Marketing

Higher Certificate in Business

Bachelor of Business (Hons)

Higher Diploma in Business
Professional Development Course

Certificate in the Fundamentals
of Project Management
Professional Institute Courses

Diploma in HR Practice (CIPD)

Diploma in HR Management (CIPD)

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& Management
Certificate in Front
Line Management
NFQ Level 6
AIM OF COURSE
The main aim of the proposed programme is to give
potential/existing aspiring supervisory staff the necessary skills
and knowledge to be effective leaders in their organisations.
The programme will also develop and increase the participant’s
understanding of the way in which organisations work,
and how to develop their own management skill set.
INTENDED FOR
This Certificate will appeal to those who are newly appointed
to a team leadership or people management role, or those
who wish to equip themselves for such r
oles. On successful
completion of this qualification, you will:
• have improved your skills in managing other people
• understand the dynamics of teams, organisational culture
and change management
• be better at making decisions and solving problems
• have developed the confidence to plan and deliver
presentations to colleagues and managers
• have improved your performance by building successful
relationships with your work environment.
COURSE CONTENT
Year 1
• Role of the Manager and Leadership
• Pr
esentation and Communication Skills
• Teamwork and Motivation
• Legal Framework
• Learning to Learn
• Management and Cost Accounting 1
Year 2
• Quality Management and Customer Care
• Business Planning
• Employee Relations
• Organisational Behaviour
• Management and Cost Accounting 2
• Integrated Knowledge and Case Studies
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Leaving Certificate with Ordinary Level Grade D3 in 5 subjects,
to include Mathematics and a language (English or Irish),
or equivalent
or
Matur
e applicants (i.e. over 23 years of age)
LEARNING TO LEARN
Please note: Institute induction and commencement
of the Lear
ning to Learn module is on Saturday 21 September
2013 from 9.30am to 5.00pm. Attendance on that date
is compulsory.
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COURSE TITLE DURATION DAY AND TIME
Certificate in Front Line 2 years; 24 weeks Thursday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Management per annum
Higher Certificate in Business 2 years; 24 weeks Monday and Wednesday
in Social Media Marketing per annum 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Higher Certificate in Business 2 years; 24 weeks Monday and Wednesday
per annum 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Bachelor of Business (Hons) 3 years; 24 weeks Monday and Wednesday
per annum 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Higher Diploma in Business 2 years; 24 weeks Tuesday and Thursday
per annum 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Certificate in the Fundamentals 1 year; 26 weeks Monday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
of Project Management per annum
Diploma in HR Practice (CIPD) 1 year; 20 weeks Monday and Wednesday
7.00pm to 10.00pm
Diploma in HR Management (CIPD) 1 year; 20 weeks Tuesday and Thursday
7.00pm to 10.00pm
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Duration 2 years: 24 weeks per year – Thursday 6.00pm
to 10.00pm plus selected Satur
days
Commencing Year 1: 6.00pm Thursday 19 September 2013
Y
ear 2: 6.00pm Thursday 5 September 2013
Enquires Janine King, email: jking@ait.ie
Award Certificate in Front Line Management
Course Fee €1,175 per annum
Higher Certificate
in Business in Social
Media Marketing
NFQ Level 6
Social media is the pulse of the 21st century. It is how people
keep in contact with friends near and far, it is how we share
opinions, it is how we purchase and consume goods and
services. What is often less visible, however, is just how
important social media is to business.
In Ireland, the social media and digital sector, along with the
business world, is moving at a fast pace and the industry is
highly evolving. As marketers we must embrace this new social
movement in order to engage with the ever changing customer
within a business context.
AIM OF COURSE
AIT has introduced this exciting new two-year programme
to pr
ovide you with the business, marketing and digital media
skills and knowledge needed to enter this industry. The blend
of theory and practical skills will provide not only an excellent
theory basis, but will enable you to build a unique online
portfolio during the course of your study. From its outset,
the course utilises a practical approach introducing you to the
latest tools and techniques for creatively engaging in social
media marketing while simulating real world scenarios.
These industry-related projects will develop your communication
and technical skills, enabling you to successfully work within
a digital media and marketing setting.
COURSE CONTENT
Year 1
• Learning to Learn
• Computer Applications
• Marketing
• Financial Accounting A
• Economics
• Quantitative Methods
• Social Media Applications
• Social Media Sales and Marketing
• Financial Accounting B
Year 2
• IT & Computer Applications
• Services Marketing & Applied Entr
epreneurship
• E-Business
• Marketing Management
• Human Resource Management
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Mature applicants (i.e. over 23 years of age).
PROGRESSION
Graduates are eligible to apply to join the Bachelor of Business,
Level 7 at AIT
.
LEARNING TO LEARN
Please note: Institute induction and commencement
of the Lear
ning to Learn module is on Saturday 21 September
2013 from 9.30am to 5.00pm. Attendance on that date
is compulsory.
Duration 2 years; 24 weeks per annum
Monday and W
ednesday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Plus occasional Saturdays – approx 4 per
semester
Commencing Year 1 – 6.00pm Monday 16 September 2013
Enquiries Jenny Cooper, email: jcooper@ait.ie
Award Higher Certificate in Business in Social
Media Marketing
Course Fee €2,350 per annum
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Higher Certificate
in Business
NFQ Level 6
AIM OF COURSE
This course contains business knowledge and skills which form
the basis for a car
eer in industry, commerce or the public
service. You will gain an understanding of the functional areas
of business and of the factors which influence business success.
On graduation, you should be able to use your knowledge and
skills to solve technical and human problems in a business/
commercial context. You will also learn how effective
interpersonal relations at work contribute to the public image
of an organisation and to its progress. Development of your
communication skills also forms part of the course.
COURSE CONTENT
Year 1
• Financial Accounting A
• Computer Applications
• Economics
• Learning to Lear
n
• Marketing
• Financial Accounting B
• Quantitative Techniques
• Business Management
• European Studies
Year 2
• IT and Computer Applications
• Management Accounting
• Operations Management
• HR Management
• Marketing Management
• International Economics
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Mature applicants (i.e. over 23 years of age).
PROGRESSION
Graduates are eligible to apply to join the Bachelor of Business,
Level 7 at AIT
.
LEARNING TO LEARN
Please note: Institute induction and commencement
of the Learning to Learn module is on Saturday 21 September
2013 fr
om 9.30am to 5.00pm. Attendance on that date
is compulsory.
Duration 2 years; 24 weeks per annum
Monday and Wednesday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Plus occasional Satur
days – approx 4 per
semester
Commencing Year 1 – 6.00pm Monday 16 September 2013
Year 2 – 6.00pm Monday 2 September 2013
Enquiries Jenny Cooper,email: jcooper@ait.ie
Award Higher Certificate in Business Studies
Course Fee €2,350 per annum
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Bachelor of Business
(Hons)
NFQ Level 8
AIM OF COURSE
This qualification builds upon the knowledge acquired and skills
developed on the Higher Certificate in Business (Level 6)
course. The pr
ogramme aims to provide you with a deeper
insight into the role and functions of a modern business
enterprise and to prepare you for a variety of business-related
career opportunities upon graduation.
The overall aim of this programme is to provide you with the
opportunity to develop the analytical and high-level business
skills required to deal effectively with rapid technological,
organisational and environmental change in a modern business
setting. You will develop a conceptual, systematic and mature
approach to the identification, analysis and solution of
problems in business/commercial/service organisations.
You will also acquire the knowledge and critical understanding
of the interrelationships between the different functions
within business management.
COURSE CONTENT
Year One
• Managerial Finance A
• Business Law
• Logistics and the Supply Chain
• Managerial Finance B
• Company Law
• Inter
national Marketing and Sales Management
Year Two
• Business Information Systems
• Business Management and Enterprise Development
• Strategic Analysis
• Strategic Marketing
• Financial Management A
Year Three
• Systems and Project Management
• Strategic Implementation
• Financial Management B
• Integrated Marketing Communications
• Managing People and Organisational Change
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Higher Certificate in Business or an approved equivalent
Level 6 qualification.
EXIT AWARDS
If a student cannot complete all three years, they may apply
for an exit awar
d after three semesters (December 2014),
and be conferred with a Bachelor of Business (Level 7)
at the next available conferring ceremony (October 2015).
Please note that exit awards are only available to those
who leave the Institute, and do not intend to complete their
studies on this programme. If a student avails of an exit award,
they cannot continue their studies for a minimum of one
academic year. As the exit award would be taken mid academic
year 2014/2015, students would be prohibited from returning
to their studies on this programme until the academic year
2016/2017.
INDUCTION
Institute induction will take place on Saturday 21 September
2013 fr
om 9.30am to 1.00pm. Attendance on that date
is compulsory.
Duration 3 years: 26 weeks per annum – Monday
and W
ednesday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Plus occasional Saturdays – approx
4 per semester
Commencing 6.00pm Monday 9 September 2013
Award Bachelor of Business (Honours)
Course Fee €2,350 per annum
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Higher Diploma
in Business
NFQ Level 8
This Higher Diploma programme provides formal education
and training in business disciplines for graduates with a non-
business background. Holders of the qualification will normally
be expected to enter employment with a strong business
studies background, which will complement the qualification(s)
already acquired. The course emphasises the importance
of practical/project work across all modules.
The course will provide you with the conceptual framework,
knowledge and skills which will enable you to understand
a complex and changing business environment. It will also give
you an understanding of the respective importance and the
interrelationship between the different disciplines and functions
represented in the modern business, with a focus on enterprise
development and project management.
You will gain an enhanced understanding of the finance
function and its importance in a modern business environment;
and of marketing and its role in effectively supporting business
development. The modules on management and organisational
behaviour will build on your prior qualification(s) and will focus
on business settings.
COURSE CONTENT (OVER TWO YEARS)
• Management Strategy and Change
• Economics and the Business Environment
• Financial Statement Analysis
• Marketing Management
• Human Resource Management
• Enterprise Development and Pr
oject Management
• Business Law
• Business Applications
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor degree (Level 7) or a Bachelor degree (honours,
Level 8) in any non-business discipline is required.
PROGRESSION
As a graduate of this Level 8 programme, you are eligible
to be consider
ed for the Master of Business one-year, full-time
programme at AIT.Alternatively,you may decide to pursue
postgraduate study at another institution. Full details of
postgraduate opportunities at AIT are contained in the
postgraduate prospectus.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
As a graduate of this programme, you will have a wide range
of skills and will be well suited to gain employment across
a broad range of industries building on your original
qualification(s), but now enhanced with this business
qualification.
INDUCTION
Institute induction will take place on Saturday 21 September
2013 fr
om 9.30am to 1.00pm. Attendance on that date is
compulsory.
Duration 2 years: 26 weeks per annum. Tuesday
and Thursday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
In addition to selected Saturdays.
Commencing 6.00pm Tuesday 17th September 2013
Enquiries Jenny Cooper, email: jcooper@ait.ie
Course Fee €2,350 per annum
Certificate in the
Fundamentals
of Project
Management
This Certificate introduces candidates to the fundamentals
of project management and the steps involved in managing
a project from concept to completion including a range of tools
and techniques available to graduates working in a project
based environments. The certificate enforces the importance
of adequate planning in order to prepare a thorough baseline
to manage and control the project with an emphasis on ethics
and social responsibility throughout this process. It will equip
students with an understanding of project management
methodologies and decision making techniques and their
contribution to the formulation and implementation of a firm’s
corporate strategies. The module will also aid the student’s
transition to working in an organisation by providing
knowledge of organisation behaviour, operations management
and general management principles.
On successful completion the learner will/should be able to:
1.Define the project, reduce it to a set of manageable tasks,
obtain appropriate resources and build team to perform
the work
2.Demonstrate an ability to plan the different stages
of a project incorporating the requirements of time, cost,
quality, risk
3.Use simple project management tools and techniques
to prepare schedules, cost analyses, and reports using
a computerized project management system
4.Explain the social, ethical and environmental responsibilities
in evaluating the need of individual projects
5.Assess and manage project delivery and performance
against project plans
6.Evaluate the importance of leadership, communications
and teamwork in successful project management
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7.Employ data collection and measurement techniques
in planning and managing a project while also analysing
performance of project, monitor risks and mitigate
against them
8.Apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to propose
project based solutions derived from project management
theory and practice
Course Content (One Year) – indicative
• Management Theory and Practice
• Pr
oject Management
• Project Evaluation
• Financial Management
• Management Accounting
• Project Management Methodologies
• Quantitative Methods and Quality Management
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Mature Student over 23 years of age.
PROGRESSION
This is a standalone qualification. However, the Institute
intends to engage with the Pr
oject Management Institute
in Ireland (www.pmi.org) in relation to external professional
accreditation towards an individual attaining the Certified
Associate in Project Management (CAPM). Further, the
Institute intends developing a follow on award enabling
a candidate become a Project Management Professional
(see http://www.pmi.org/Certification/What-are-PMI-
Certifications.aspx). Additional fees may be payable
for such accreditation and examinations.
Duration 1 year: 26 weeks per annum. Monday 6.00pm
to 10.00pm. In addition to selected Saturdays.
Commencing 6.00pm Monday 16th September 2013
Enquiries Jenny Cooper, email: jcooper@ait.ie
Course Fee €425
Diploma in HR
Practice (CIPD)
AIM OF COURSE
In line with the revised qualification structure recently
announced by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and
Development (CIPD) the Diploma in HR Practice pr
ovides
a unique opportunity to gain a combination of theory
and practical skills in the core areas of HR. Whether you
wish to focus your existing HR career or gain skills that
will be beneficial in a range of managerial/supervisory
roles, this course provides a route to enhance your
career opportunities.
INTENDED FOR
• Junior and middle managers
• New recruits to the human resour
ces function
• Staff who need a range of HRM skills to perform more
effectively in their roles
If you already hold the CIPD Certificate in Personnel Practice
you may be eligible to gain exemptions from certain modules
within this programme. Please contact the Institute to discuss
your individual case.
COURSE CONTENT
• Developing yourself as an effective HR practitioner
• Understanding organisations and the role of HR
• Resourcing Talent
• Recording, analysing and using HR information
• Employment Relations
• Performance and reward management
• Delivering learning and development activities
• Supporting change within organisations
INDUCTION
Institute induction will take place on Saturday 21 September
2013 fr
om 9.30am to 1.00pm. Attendance on that date
is compulsory.
Duration 1 year – Monday and Wednesday 7.00pm
to 10.00pm and 2 Saturday workshops
Commencing 7.00pm Monday 16 September 2013
Enquiries Alison Sheridan, email: asheridan@ait.ie
Award Diploma in HR Practice (CIPD)
(A
wards may be made in respect of the
successful completion of individual modules
as appropriate.)
Course Fee €1,550 (A registration fee of approx £130
is also payable to CIPD).
Diploma in HR
Management (CIPD)
AIM OF COURSE
Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and
Development (CIPD) the Diploma in HR Management provides
an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the theory
underpinning the core areas of HR. Whether you wish to
refocus your existing HR career or gain an understanding
of key emerging topics in the ar
ea of HR, this course provides
a route to enhancing your career opportunities.
INTENDED FOR
• Junior and middle managers
• Staf
f within the human resources function who wish
to deepen their knowledge of core areas within HR
• Staff who require a range of HRM skills to perform more
effectively in their existing roles
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COURSE CONTENT
• Developing Professional Practice
• Business Issues and the Contexts of Human Resources
• Using Information in Human Resources
• Managing and Coordinating the Human Resources Function
• Reward Management
*
• Improving Organisational Performance
*
• Employee Engagement
*
• Contemporary Developments in Employment Relations
*
• Employment Law
*
• Developing Coaching and Mentoring within Organisations
*
• Knowledge Management
*
*
Indicates optional units. In addition to the four core units
a minimum of 4 units from the list of optional units above
will be offered each academic year.
INDUCTION
Institute induction will take place on Saturday 21 September
2013 fr
om 9.30am to 1.00pm. Attendance on that date
is compulsory.
Duration 1 year – Tuesday and Thursday 7.00pm
to 10.00pm and 5 Saturday workshops
Commencing 7.00pm Tuesday 17 September 2013
Enquiries Alison Sheridan, email: asheridan@ait.ie
Award Diploma in HR Management (CIPD)
(Awar
ds may be made in respect of the
successful completion of individual modules
as appropriate.)
Course Fee €1,900 (A registration fee of approx £130
is also payable to CIPD).
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Application form
is at the back
of this book