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Hugh McAfee

Warehouse Manager

Lidl

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  Hugh McAfee
  • You need to have good people skills as working in a large FMCG warehouse comes large volumes of staff so you must be fit to get the best out of your staff and let them feel acknowleded.
  • Have good analytical skills, being organised with attention to detail, time management skills and study of Logistics/Supply chain (IIPMM)
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DT170
Buildings Management (Maintenance & Conservation)

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Certificates at this level are typically awarded for two years of full-time study after the leaving certificate or equivalent. Skills developed are mostly technical and vocationally specific, i.e. are focused on a specific career sector. National apprenticeships programmes are included in thhis level.

Awards at this level recognised by the National Framework of Qualifications may lead to 3rd level progression opportunities.

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Qualifications at this level prepare for occupations that involve using the skills and knowledge learned alongside existing workers in 'real world' environments.  Examples include restaurant managers, electricians, engineering technicians, legal secretaries, hairdressers, and web developers.

Level on the National Framework of Qualifications
2 Years
Duration of course
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220

2014 Points

220

Change from 2013: 

120

Points History:

2013 - 100
2012 - 145
2011 - New 2012

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The programme provides students with knowledge, skills and competencies in the broad area of buildings management. It incorporates craft based modules plus class modules such as health & safety legislation, maintenance management systems, self professional development, research design and computer skills.


 
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The following FETAC Major Awards may be used for entry into this course. Click on the course codes view a list of FETAC courses that provide that award.


Essential Module Requirements:

None


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The upgrading and conservation of existing buildings is an area of opportunity for those interested in working within the built environment. Statistics show that the repair, maintenance and improvement of buildings account for €2 billion annually including approximately €1 billion spent in the residential sector. With the availability of grants and government support, there will be a growing need to maintain these buildings and graduates from this programme will be well placed to service these needs.



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