Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training (FET) Service will host a walk-in information session on its new Network Planner traineeship on Thursday 16 September at 7.00pm in its Letterkenny Training Centre (Ramelton Road, Ballyraine Industrial Estate).
This new full-time course, one of a number developed by the ETB’s FET Service this year, has been developed in partnership with leading telecommunications company KN Circet to meet the needs of the network planning sector, one which has seen huge growth in recent years.
Taking place in Letterkenny, it will enable students to future proof their career by developing their knowledge and skills in programming including coding with a range of programming languages such as Phyton, Java, HTML5, CSS and C#.
In addition, the course offers students the opportunity to gain Certified Tester accreditation and to practically apply their learning in a relevant work-based learning environment through the completion of industry contextualised projects and operating environments using the ASP.NET Core MVC framework for building web apps and APIs using the Model-View-Controller design pattern.
These skills are used extensively in the planning and design of telecom communication networks and are extremely transferable skills that can be applied to a range of sectors. Work placement opportunities are also available with KN Circet, leading providers of high speed fixed and mobile telecom networks.
The development of these highly sought-after skills means completion of this course offers excellent employment opportunities locally, nationally and internationally: students will be employment ready in just over a year.
Donegal ETB’s FET staff look forward to discussing the course in more detail with applicants on 16 September. For those who want to secure a place now, they can apply online through the ETB’s website course finder (using the keyword Network): https://www.donegaletb.ie/fetcoursefinder.
For further information contact FET Recruitment on 074 9120500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Traineeships are co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Union.