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John McDonagh

Construction Manager

Lidl

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The position of Construction Manager with Lidl is very versatile and fast paced. It would be important for anyone considering this as a career option to make sure they are easily adaptable, highly organised and have a very hands on approach to Project Management.

Being a good multi-tasker is important, as well as the ability to take control of situations and delegate work to relevant staff and departments with confidence.

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Course Code:
D-180
Title:
Accountancy - ACCA
College:
Limerick City College
Qualification:
Level on the National Framework of Qualifications
Duration:
3 Years

 

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The ACCA qualification is designed to deliver a broad-based qualification, focusing on the essential skills of accounting, business and finance. Not a CAO Course - Fees apply.



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One of the greatest strengths of the ACCA syllabus is the breadth and depth of subjects that it covers. Not only will you have a qualification that is relevant on a global scale, but by having the option to take variant papers, in law and tax, your qualification will be relevant to your local working environment. The ACCA qualification is highly regarded throughout the world and enables you to become a Chartered Certified Accountant, use the designatory letters ACCA after your name and work in any aspect of finance or management in any sector of business.

 

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