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QQI 5M2061 - Level 5 Combilift Engineering Traineeship

CMETB in conjunction with Combilift Ltd. have collaborated to develop a traineeship to prepare learners for work with as future engineers with Combilift Ltd. Combilift plan to double their production over the next five years and have identified a need for skilled employees to deliver this objective. The aim is to combine theory and practical industry experience to provide a solid understand of Engineering before the trainee enters the workplace in Combilift Ltd.

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Is this course for you?

A traineeship combines classroom-based learning with work based learning which is delivered in a host company thus providing the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and competence within a supportive working environment

What will you Study?

Trainees will complete 11 weeks in industry working with Combilift Ltd. and 27 weeks studying in Monaghan Institute.  Work Placement is spread across the year in blocks of two/three weeks.

Areas of study to include:

  • Engineering Workshop Theory
  • Engineering Workshop Processes
  • Control Systems
  • Hydraulics
  • Computer Aided Design (2D)
  • Safety & Health at work
  • Auto Electricity
  • Electronics
  • Engineering Drawing,
  • Team Working
  • Work Practice & LEAN
  • Word Processing

Qualification

5M2061 QQI Level 5 Engineering Technology

Entry Requirements

Applicants must be over 17 years of age and have completed their Leaving certificate with five O6 grades or five passes pre 2017 (preferably to include Mathematics, Engineering or another technical subject).

For mature students these requirements need not apply and applications may be considered based on a proven interest in Engineering. Entry is subject to aptitude test and an interview.

Download the application form here and forward it to Ita McGuigan, OEM Engineering Traineeship, CMETB, Unit 4, Church View Square, Cavan.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a SEPARATE APPLICATION FORM which should be sent directly to Ita McGuigan, Training Services, OEM Engineering Traineeship, CMETB, Unit 4, Church View Square, Cavan.

QQI 5M2061 - Level 5 Combilift Engineering Traineeship

CMETB in conjunction with Combilift Ltd. have collaborated to develop a traineeship to prepare learners for work with as future engineers with Combilift Ltd. Combilift plan to double their production over the next five years and have identified a need for skilled employees to deliver this objective. The aim is to combine theory and practical industry experience to provide a solid understand of Engineering before the trainee enters the workplace in Combilift Ltd.

QQI 5M2061 - Level 5 Combilift Engineering Traineeship

Fees Nil

There are no fees for this course. You will be entitled to Travel or Accommodation allowance, a Meal Allowance and access to the CETS Childcare scheme.  If you are on a Department of Social Welfare payment you may be able to continue to receive your payments, you should check with your DSP officer.  For those not in receipt of a DSP payment a bursary may be payable. This is at the discretion of the employer and is subject to satisfactory conduct and attendance.

QQI 5M2061 - Level 5 Combilift Engineering Traineeship

Career Prospects

The course offers practical skills in machining, fitting, control systems, auto electrics, CAD and hydraulics. This skillset forms the basis of any course in engineering which learners might pursue at a third level institution or on an apprenticeship.

Graduates may progress to employment in Combilift Ltd. or to an Apprenticeship in Engineering Technology. Likewise, holders of a QQI Level 5 Engineering Technology award have the opportunity to progress to third level degree programmes at Universities/Institutes of Technology through the Higher Education Links Scheme

CE010 - Level 5 Engineering Technology

Do you want to pursue a career in Engineering? Do you enjoy STEM subjects? If so, this course offers you a stepping stone to begin an exciting and lucrative career. There will always be a demand for skilled engineers in many different fields such as consulting, manufacturing, or research and development.

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Is this course right for you?

This course will equip learners with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of mechanical engineering, which is essential for anyone wishing to pursue a career in engineering. This course also provides students with an opportunity to study QQI Level 5 Mathematics which is required for entry into Engineering courses at third level.

What will you study?

The course offers practical skills in Engineering principles and processes to include machining, precision measurement, laser cutting, 3D printing, CNC machining and bench fitting, along with the theoretical knowledge of machining processes with an emphasis on safe work practices. These skills would form the basis of any course in Engineering which learners might later pursue at a third level institution or on an apprenticeship. A minimum of 10 days’ work placement must be completed. Practical workshop sessions form an integral part of the course.

Areas of study to include:

  • Engineering Workshop Processes
  • Engineering Workshop Theory
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Mathematics
  • Safety & Health at Work
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Word Processing

Additional: 3D Cad (Solid Works)
Options: Control Systems / Electronics

Qualifications Obtained

5M2061 QQI Level 5 Engineering Technology

Further Information

Find out about Entry Requirements.

For more information on this course, please contact the college office. Email: info@monaghaninstitute.ie

CE010 - Level 5 Engineering Technology

Do you want to pursue a career in Engineering? Do you enjoy STEM subjects? If so, this course offers you a stepping stone to begin an exciting and lucrative career. There will always be a demand for skilled engineers in many different fields such as consulting, manufacturing, or research and development.

CE010 - Level 5 Engineering Technology

Government Levy €200.00
QQI Exam Fee € 50.00
Booking Deposit € 50.00
Capitation Fee €130.00

CE010 - Level 5 Engineering Technology

Career Prospects

Engineering Technology graduates find employment in diverse fields. Here are some of the most popular career destinations you could progress to:

Electronic Technician | Mechanical Engineering | Civil Engineering CNC Operators | Electrician | Machine Operator | Maintenance Fitter | Welder | Mechanic | Sheet Metal Worker | Fabricator | Tool Die Maker | Panel Beater | Fitter Turner | Draughtsman | Plumber.

Higher Certificate Progression

There are many higher certificate options available from this course, including:

College Course Area Level
DkIT Applied Engineering 6
AIT Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) 6

Degree Progression

There are many degree options available from this course, including:

College Course Area Level
DkIT Mechanical Engineering 7
AIT Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) 7
DIT Mechanical Engineering 7
DIT Electrical Services Engineering 7

STE555 - Level 5 Electrical Apprenticeship Training Programme (Phase Two)

As part of the Electrical Apprenticeship Training Programme, learners will complete Phase 2 of their training programme in Monaghan Institute. This Phase of training includes installation, commissioning, testing and maintenance of various wiring systems and services in domestic, comercial and industrial applications.

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Is this course for you?

When choosing a career as an electrician it opens a range of career and specialty paths from being self-employed or as part of a larger business. In the electrical industry many electricians choose a specialty that they focus on whether it is building and construction, green energy/solar, automation, manufacturing, mining, energy or water supply industries.

What will you Study?

In phase 2 of the Electrical Apprenticeship you will learn about installation techniques for both domestic and industrial installations. You will also learn about panel wiring and motor control. All associated electrical theory will be comprehensively covered.

Areas of study include:

  • Electrical science
  • Installation Techniques 1 (Domestic)
  • Installation Techniques 2 (Industrial)
  • Panel Wiring and Motor Control
  • Fundamentals of alternative electrical energy sources
  • Team Leadership
  • Communications

Entry Requirements

The minimum age at which the employment of an apprentice may commence is 16 years of age.

The minimum educational requirements are:

  1. Grade D in five subjects in the Department of Education & Skills Junior Certificate Examination or an approved equivalent,

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  1. The successful completion of an approved Pre-Apprenticeship course

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  1. Three years’ work experience gained over sixteen years of age in a relevant designated industrial activity as SOLAS shall deem acceptable

Note: These are the current approved minimum educational requirements for apprenticeship programmes, however, previous experience of the following subjects would be an advantage but not essential:

  • Mathematics
  • Technology
  • Technical Drawing/Graphics
  • Physics
  • Construction Studies

Qualification

Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft – Electrical.

STE555 - Level 5 Electrical Apprenticeship Training Programme (Phase Two)

As part of the Electrical Apprenticeship Training Programme, learners will complete Phase 2 of their training programme in Monaghan Institute. This Phase of training includes installation, commissioning, testing and maintenance of various wiring systems and services in domestic, comercial and industrial applications.

STE555 - Level 5 Electrical Apprenticeship Training Programme (Phase Two)

STE555 - Level 5 Electrical Apprenticeship Training Programme (Phase Two)

Career Prospects

On successful completion of the apprenticeship programme, you are qualified to work within the recognised trade or profession. Graduates have progressed to work for various companies including:
Mercury Engineering | Jones Engineering | Kirby Group Engineering | Clarke Electrical Engineering | ESB.

Many apprentices also use their apprenticeship qualification as a platform to launch careers such as:
Engineers│ Managers │ Owners of Businesses │ Teachers │ Instructors.

Degree Progression

Following successful completion of your Electrical Apprenticeship you can get an exemption from Year 1 of a Level 8 Electrical Engineering Degree.

Further Information

For further information contact:

Caroline Flanagan, CMETB (049-4331044)

CE11 - Level 5 Building Construction & Renewable Energy Systems

Construction is a key sector of the economy and has an important contribution to make to the productive potential of the economy and job creation. This course will provide essential skills for learners aiming to focus on gaining employment in the Construction industry.

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Is this course right for you?

This course is designed for learners who are considering a career within the building industry. It also provides a firm foundation for entry into relevant third level courses or onto apprenticeships. Successful participants will receive a QQI Level 5 Certificate in Construction Technology.

What will you study?

The course is designed to give leaners a firm foundation in the skills required in the construction sector. It covers a range of topics which are both interesting and relevant in today’s market. Elements of the course will contain both theory and practical sessions where learners will be encouraged to work on their own to the best of their ability.

Areas of study to include:

  • Building Construction
  • Renewable Energy Systems
  • Architectural Drawing
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Mathematics
  • Safety & Health at Work
  • Building Services
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Word Processing

Qualifications Obtained

5M5010 QQI Level 5 Construction Technology

Further Information

Find out about Entry Requirements.

For more information on this course, please contact the college office. Email: info@monaghaninstitute.ie

CE11 - Level 5 Building Construction & Renewable Energy Systems

Construction is a key sector of the economy and has an important contribution to make to the productive potential of the economy and job creation. This course will provide essential skills for learners aiming to focus on gaining employment in the Construction industry.

CE11 - Level 5 Building Construction & Renewable Energy Systems

Government Levy €200.00
QQI Exam Fee € 50.00
Booking Deposit € 50.00
Capitation Fee €130.00

There may be an additional fee for Safe Pass Certification

CE11 - Level 5 Building Construction & Renewable Energy Systems

Career Prospects

Construction Technology graduates find employment in diverse fields. Here are some of the most popular career destinations you could progress to:

Architect | Interior Architect | Building Contractor | Quantity Surveyor | Local Authority Planner | Drafting Technician | Interior Designer | Civil Engineer.

Degree Progression

There are many degree options available from this course, including:

College Course Area Level
DkIT Architectural Technology 8
DkIT Building Surveying 8
DIT Architectural Technology 8
DIT Interior Design 8
DIT Civil Engineering 7

CE12 - Level 5 Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Technology

A mechanic is a skilled technician who services and resolves technical problems with cars and commercial vehicles. The work includes completing routine vehicle services, examining and preparing the vehicle for the National Car Test (NCT) or the Commercial Vehicle Road worthiness Test (CVRT) and resolving problems with their mechanical and electrical operations.

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Is this course right for you?

This course is aimed at anyone who has an interest in car maintenance and who wishes to join the automotive industry. It will also be of interest to students who want to gain a formal qualification in Motor Vehicle Maintenance as well as to those who simply want to expand their knowledge of Motor Vehicle Maintenance. The course is designed to help you develop occupational knowledge and carry out practical tasks.

What will you study?

This is a one-year QQI Level 5 course which aims to equip students with a good basic knowledge of the practical and theoretical aspects of Motor Car Technology. You will learn theoretical and practical aspects of the essential knowledge and skills required in today’s motor vehicle repair industry. You will also learn about health and safety in the workplace and other skills needed to work in a garage.

Areas of study to include:

  • Motor Vehicle Practice
  • Motor Vehicle Theory
  • Safety & Welfare at Work
  • Engineering Workshop Processes
  • Engineering Workshop Theory
  • Auto-Electricity
  • Word Processing
  • Communications
  • Work Experience

Qualifications Obtained

5M2145 QQI Level 5 Motor Technology

Further Information

Find out about Entry Requirements.

For more information on this course, please contact the college office. Email: info@monaghaninstitute.ie

CE12 - Level 5 Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Technology

A mechanic is a skilled technician who services and resolves technical problems with cars and commercial vehicles. The work includes completing routine vehicle services, examining and preparing the vehicle for the National Car Test (NCT) or the Commercial Vehicle Road worthiness Test (CVRT) and resolving problems with their mechanical and electrical operations.

CE12 - Level 5 Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Technology

Government Levy €200.00
QQI Exam Fee € 50.00
Booking Deposit € 50.00
Capitation Fee €130.00

CE12 - Level 5 Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Technology

Career Prospects

Motor Technology Graduates find employment in diverse fields. Here are some of the most popular career destinations you could progress to:

Independent Garage Mechanic | Freight/transport Mechanic | Diesel Service Mechanic |Front-end mechanic │Brake specialist │Transmission specialist | Senior Technician │Workshop Supervisor │ Garage Manager │ Breakdown Engineer │ NCT Tester │ Motorsport Engineering Specialist│ Electric and Hybrid car specialist

Degree Progression

There are many degree options available from this course, including:

College Course Area Level
DkIT Mechanical Engineering 7
DIT Mechanical Engineering 7
DIT Aviation Technology 7
DIT Automotive Management & Technology 7
DIT Transport Operations & Technology 8

CE13 - Level 5 Motorsport Engineering and Motor Mechanics

Motor mechanics play a vital role in keeping cars on the road and on the track, from routine servicing and repairs to tuning and upgrading parts to improve the performance, safety and handling of the car. This course provides students with a basic introduction to motorsports with Rallying the major discipline focused on.

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Is this course right for you?

This course is aimed at anyone who has an interest in maintenance on motor cars or cars involved in motor sports and who wish to join the automotive industry. It will also be of interest to students who want to expand their knowledge of motor sport car maintenance.

The programme will also facilitate learners to complete their Rally Driver Licence (applicants must be 17yrs of age and hold a full Road Traffic Act driving licence).

What will you study?

The course aims to equip students with a good basic knowledge of the practical and theory aspects of motor vehicles in different types of motor sports e.g. rallying. You will be focusing on core modules to develop skills in motor mechanics, including routine maintenance, fault diagnosis and safe working practices. Additionally, you will be gaining an understanding of the specialised safety requirements and specifications of motor sport vehicles.

Areas of study to include:

  • Motor Vehicle Practice
  • Motor Vehicle Theory
  • Safety and Welfare at Work
  • Engineering Workshop Processes
  • Electronics
  • Engineering Workshop Theory
  • Auto Electricity
  • Word Processing
  • Communications
  • Work Experience

Additional
Stage Rally Driver Licence

Qualifications Obtained

5M2145 QQI Level 5 Motor Technology

Stage Rally Driver Licence

Further Information

Find out about Entry Requirements.

For more information on this course, please contact the college office. Email: info@monaghaninstitute.ie

CE13 - Level 5 Motorsport Engineering and Motor Mechanics

Motor mechanics play a vital role in keeping cars on the road and on the track, from routine servicing and repairs to tuning and upgrading parts to improve the performance, safety and handling of the car. This course provides students with a basic introduction to motorsports with Rallying the major discipline focused on.

CE13 - Level 5 Motorsport Engineering and Motor Mechanics

Government Levy €200.00
QQI Exam Fee €50.00
Booking Deposit €50.00
Capitation Fee €130.00
Build a Race/Rally Car €800.00 (Approximately and paid at a later date)
Motor Sport Ireland License €635.00 (Optional)

CE13 - Level 5 Motorsport Engineering and Motor Mechanics

Career Prospects

Motorsport Engineering and Motor Mechanics graduates find employment in diverse fields. Here are some of the most popular career destinations you could progress to:

Motor Sport Tuning | Preparation Technician| Safety Engineer | Motor Factors | Car Breakers |Car Dealership | Motorsport Car Building and Designing | Independent Car Service and Repair Garages.

Degree Progression

There are many degree options available from this course, including:

College Course Area Level
DkIT Mechanical Engineering 7
DIT Mechanical Engineering 7
DIT Aviation Technology 7
DIT Automation Engineering 7
DIT Transport Operations & Technology 8