Careers rarely develop the way we plan them. Our career path often takes many twists and turns, with particular events, choices and people influencing our direction.

We asked Brian Cadigan from Department of Education and Skills to give some advice for people considering this job:

 

Brian Cadigan

Primary School Teacher

Department of Education and Skills

Read more...

  Brian Cadigan
Don't just go into teaching because you are looking for long holidays. To teach everyday you need to like children, be very patient and understanding. However I feel it is one of the most rewarding jobs out there.
Close

Administrative?
Administrative 
Administrative people are interested in work that offers security and a sense of being part of a larger process. They may be at their best operating under supervisors who give clear guidelines, and performing routine tasks in a methodical and reliable way.

They tend to enjoy clerical and most forms of office work, where they perform essential administrative duties. They often form the backbone of large and small organisations alike. They may enjoy being in charge of office filing systems, and using computers and other office equipment to keep things running smoothly. They usually like routine work hours and prefer comfortable indoor workplaces.
Career Interviews
Career Sectors
College Videos
Undergraduate Courses
Leaving Cert Subjects
Study Skills
Other
   
CV & Interview Preparation
School Work Experience
What employers want

Sectors Information

Building, Construction & Property
   

Information from National Skills Bulletin 2009, compiled by FAS and the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs
Construction Professional Occupations
Construction Craft Occupations
Other Craft Occupations
General Workers
 
Jobs in Demand
More information on jobs in demand and areas where there are skills shortages can be found in the Labour Market Information section of this site.
Architectural Technologist
Building / Construction Project Manager
Heavy Goods Vehicle Driver
Plant Operator
Welder
 
Sample Occupations
Acoustic Consultant 
Aerial & Satellite Installers 
Aid worker / humanitarian worker 
Architect 
Architectural Technologist 
Army Apprentice 
Auctioneer 
Bricklayer 
Builders' Merchant 
Builders' Yard Assistant 
Building / Construction Project Manager 
Building Labourer / Construction Worker 
Building Services Engineering Technician 
Building Technician 
Cabinet Maker 
Caretaker 
Carpenter / Joiner 
Carpet/Vinyl Fitter 
Cartographic Draughtsperson 
Cleaner - Household 
Cleaner - Industrial 
Concreter 
Construction Plant Fitter 
Construction Plant Mechanic 
Crane Operator 
Demolition Operative 
Domestic Services Manager 
Draughtsperson 
Electrician 
Electronic Security Systems Technician 
Engineer 
Engineer - Building Services 
Engineer - Civil 
Engineer - Environmental 
Engineer - Structural 
Engineering Technician - Civil 
Environmental Officer 
Facilities Manager 
Fitter - Plant Machinery 
French Polisher 
Gas Distribution Worker 
Gas Fitter 
General Construction Operative 
Geological Technician 
Geomatics Surveyor 
Glazier / Stone Cutter 
Heating and Ventilating Fitter 
Heavy Goods Vehicle Driver 
Housing Manager / Officer 
Industrial Insulators 
Insulation Workers 
Insurance Surveyor 
Landscape Architect 
Landscape Manager 
Landscape Scientist 
Metal Fabricator 
Packer - Heavy Goods 
Painter / Decorator 
Plant Operator 
Plasterer 
Plumber 
Production Manager - Engineering 
Production Planner 
Property Manager 
Property Surveyor 
Quantity Surveyors  
Quarry Worker 
Radiographer - Industrial 
Refuse Collector 
Road / Paving / Asphalt Workers 
Scaffolder 
Security Attendant / Porter 
Sheet Metal Worker/Plater 
Site Engineer 
Site Technician 
Slater/Rooftiler 
Steelfixer 
Steeplejack 
Stonemason 
Street Cleaner 
Surveyor 
Surveyor - Building / Construction 
Thatcher 
Theatre Stagehand 
Tiler/Fitter 
Town Planning Support 
Traffic Engineer 
Welder 
Window Cleaner 
Window Fitter 

IrishJobs.ie
  Construction, Architecture & Property
IrishJobs.ie
  Engineering & Utilities
IrishJobs.ie
  Environmental, Health & Safety
IrishJobs.ie
  Security, Trades & General Services
Monster
  Architectural and Design Services
RecruitIreland.com
  Architecture / Property
RecruitIreland.com
  Construction
Monster
  Construction - Industrial Facilities and Infrastructure
Monster
  Construction - Residential & Commercial/Office
Monster
  Engineering Services

Explore All STEM areas...
 
 
Building, Construction & Property icon

 Featured Course Videos...  [29]
Show  

  Featured Career Videos...  [6] Show  

The cranes that once dominated the skyline in our large towns and cities were testimony to the booming construction industry in Ireland during the 'Celtic Tiger' years, when this was the industry to be working in. Construction was hit particularly hard by the economic downturn and employment fell significantly, with building labourers the worst affected occupational group. However, recent reports indicate that construction activity is on the increase and output is projected to grow by 30 per cent in the next four years (SCSI, Employment Opportunities and Skills Requirements in Construction and Property Surveying 2014-18)

The construction sector has a dual role in Ireland’s economy:

  • As a sector in its own right, it directly provides 96,300 regionally distributed jobs across a variety of occupations and skill levels, accounting for 5.2% of total employment and 6.4 percent of GNP. An additional 48,000 indirect jobs are provided through the sector. (Forfás, July 2013)
  • The sector also provides and maintains the physical infrastructures and buildings on which other industry sectors, and society depends. 

The construction sector is currently comprised of over 40,500 enterprises, almost 34% fewer than existed in 2006. Despite the reduction in number, the overall size profile remains broadly the same, with the vast majority (96.7%) engaging less than 10 people

For detailed information on the up-to-date situation in this sector with regard to employment opportunities and prospects please go to the "Ask the Expert" section on the right hand side of this page. 

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

Useful Career Sheets from STEPS to Engineering [pdf files]
Building Services
Civil Engineering
Engineering Life
Building Services Engineering
Civil Engineering
Engineering Life

A career in construction really depends on how much physical or technical work you want and the level you decide you want to work at.

Like most areas of work it’s only when we do a little research that we begin to unravel a surprising range of both interesting and rewarding careers.

When something is under construction or indeed in the pre-planning construction stage, it is referred to as a building project. Construction projects are varied and can include house building, building of schools and hospitals, water supply networks, transport systems, and power stations.

In order to achieve the high level of quality required in the construction industry it is important to produce highly skilled personnel who are trained to adapt to new technologies. The industry is now very much management oriented and most people working in construction have third level degrees.

Careers in construction can be divided into four areas:

  • Construction Craft Workers (Operatives, Labourers)
  • Trade Craftspeople (FÁS four year apprenticeships)
  • Engineers and Quantity Surveyors.
  • Architects

Construction Craft Workers

Over 40,000 people work as general operatives in the construction sector. In the past, these jobs were referred to as 'labourers' and regarded as unskilled roles. Today, these on-site jobs have become more specialised - Steel workers, Pipe layers, Scaffolders, Heavy goods vehicle drivers, Machine operatives, Asphalt layers and Demolition workers - all require a good deal of training and skill.

Training for for construction craft workers is sometimes offered ‘on the job’ but an approved certified course is becoming the norm. The slow down in the sector has resulted in little employment for general operatives in this area and has also made it very difficult to get apprenticeships. However, this situation is set to improve.

In order to work in any capacity on a building site you must have a Safe Pass Certificate.

Trade Craftspeople

There is a very large number of Trade Craftspeople operating in this sector. The trades in the construction industry divide into 'wet trades' (trades which use dry building materials that are mixed with water e.g concrete, mortar or plaster) and 'dry trades'.

  • Brick and Stonelayer
  • Plasterer
  • Plumber
  • Electrician
  • Carpenter/joiner
  • Painter/Decorator
  • Tiler
  • Construction plant fitter
  • Fitter

Craftspeople in these trades have been trained as apprentices under the Designated Crafts Scheme organised by FAS (now SOLAS).

Professionals

The construction of any major building project is a feat of co-ordination and involves managing a range of people with specialist skills. The professionals in the construction industry are the architects who plan and develop designs for the construction; the civil engineers who evaluate, research and manage a variety of major civil engineering schemes; the building surveyors who examine existing properties advising on any defects; the quantity surveyors who calculate the cost of the building project and the much sought after construction managers who plan and manage the operations.

Each of these professionals has spent a number of years in third level education and must meet the specific requirements of their professional bodies. Others work as technicians alongside the professionals. Technicians carry out duties under the supervision of their respective professionals. They too are likely to have taken a course in 3rd Level (Level 6 or 7) in one of the IT Colleges around the country.

Engineering Careers - Download the 2013 Engineering Sector Overview from gradireland.com

Overall though, in spite of the slow-down, opportunities will remain into the future especially for those with specialist and professional skills.

THE PROPERTY SECTOR

There are many careers in the Property sector so you can choose which area to specialise in - from commercial property to planning and fund management.

Commercial Property 
This involves services related to the ownership and occupation of property used for commercial purposes, such as offices, shops and warehouses. This is one of the biggest and most popular sectors – and one of the most competitive areas. You could work in an area such as occupational agency, investment or landlord and tenant.

Residential Property 
This encompasses anything from a millionaire’s mansion to affordable housing developments. Services include valuation, development, marketing, mortgage-broking and investment advice. Almost any position involves a good deal of variety – a range of property types and clients from private individuals to property developers.

Most jobs in this area require third level education, and graduates tend to find work as Valuation surveyors, Property development surveyors, Property managers, or Investment advisers.

Surveying 


What on earth in surveying? Video explaining what working in land, property and surveying is all about.

Download

Surveyors are highly trained and experienced professionals that are typically employed throughout the Construction, Land and Property sectors. They work across all aspects of the built and natural environment for a variety of employers, including auctioneers, valuers, developers, construction firms, facilities management, as well as county councils and state agencies. They generally specialise in one of the following areas:

Construction:

  • Quantity Surveyor –advises on the costs of developing all types of buildings and infrastructure.
  • Building Surveyor – carries out building surveys and provides management and design consultancy services.

Land:

  • Geomatic Surveyor–maps the built and natural environment to provide accurate spatial data which facilitates planning, development and conservation.
  • Mineral Surveyor –provides expertise in the full life cycle of mineral development.

Property:

  • Residential Agency Surveyor – provides professional expertise in the valuation, management, letting and sale of residential property.
  • Commercial Agency Surveyor - provides professional expertise in the valuation, management, letting and sale of commercial property.
For more information of types of surveyors click here.

While the property sector has contracted in recent years, it is anticipated that there will be greater opportunities for graduates. Many large property agencies have graduate programmes which provide excellent training in all aspects of property – from commercial (offices, retail, industrial), residential sales and lettings, professional services and property management.

In the future, graduates will enter a far more regulated property and construction sector and that high standards of education and qualifications will be a prerequisite for employers and clients in the public and private sectors. Professional membership of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland is a sign of high standards of professionalism in the construction, land and property sectors. Some courses include an industrial placement year, when students can apply their learning in the workplace, gain practical experience and forge industry links. Colleges include DIT Bolton Street and the Institutes of Technology.

Town Planning
Planners are involved in making long and short-term decisions about the management and development of cities, town, villages and the countryside. Most Town Planners work in the public service with local authorities but many have consultancy roles within the architecture and construction areas.

Planning is a broad area of work that requires many different skills. Some planners specialise in a particular area of work. Key planning activities include:

  • researching and designing planning policies to guide development
  • developing creative and original planning solutions to satisfy all parties
  • consulting with stakeholders and other interested parties and negotiating with developers and other professionals, such as surveyors and architects
  • assessing planning applications and enforcing and monitoring outcomes as necessary
  • researching and analysing data to help inform strategic developments
  • designing layouts and drafting design statements
  • using information technology systems such as CAD (computer-aided design) or GIS (geographical information systems)
  • attending and presenting at planning boards and appeals and at public inquiries
  • keeping up to date with legislation associated with land use
  • promoting environmental education and awareness
  • writing reports, often of a complex nature, which make recommendations or explain detailed regulations

DIT runs a diploma in Planning and Environmental Management which trains technicians in urban and rural planning.

The Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers runs several courses. For more information click here.

Auctioneering
Auctioneers and Estate Agents are involved in the sale, letting, management and valuation of property. Generally, they work either in partnerships or practice on their own account. The career is suitable for those with an interest in people and property. With the property profession now covering such a broad range of property-related aspects, graduates may work in many different areas, such as:

  • sales by auction, tender or private treaty of land or residential/commercial/investment property
  • valuations for sale, purchase, letting, mortgage, rating, insurance, tax and other purposes
  • handling the purchase of property or land
  • letting and management of all types of property or land
  • sales and valuations of fine art/antiques, plant, machinery, livestock and other chattels
  • compulsory purchase order disposals/acquisitions and town planning compensation
  • acting as arbitrators and expert valuers for rent review purposes
  • representing either landlords or tenants in rent reviews, or in relation to lease renewals under landlord and tenant legislation

New areas such as on-line auctioneering are showing promising signs for the future. DIT, Limerick IT and Galway-Mayo IT run degree programmes in this area.

New opportunities continue to emerge in this sector and graduates find work in areas as diverse as banking and insurance. To practise professionally as an auctioneer, you must be fully qualified in all the legal, technical and other aspects of the business. You will also need to have an outgoing personality, like working with different people daily and have good negotiating and communication skills. To practise as an auctioneer it is necessary to have a special license issued by the Revenue Commissioners. You must be over 21, lodge a €12,700 deposit, obtain an auditor's certificate and apply to a District Justice for a certificate of Qualification. This license must be renewed annually.

Visit the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers website for more information.

 

SECTOR OUTLOOK

There continues to be work in certain construction areas, with demand growing in sub-sectors such as roads and public projects. The Capital Investment Plan in Budget made provision for the building of 40 new schools and 180 other major School Projects in 2014; €2.9 billion for the national roads programme and road safety improvements, and the LUAS interconnection project is progressing. Water Metering Services, Social Housing Provision, and some Regeneration work has also be funded to proceed in 2014.

According to 'Ireland's Construction Sector: Outlook and Strategic Plan to 2015' (Forfás), sustaining Ireland’s position as an attractive location for investment requires the availability of grade one, headquarter type buildings, in addition to availability of suitable high-specification manufacturing and industrial units that can meet the needs of sectors such as life-sciences. IDA Ireland report that there will be some 1,500 construction jobs over the next two years as building projects involving Eli Lily, Boston Scientific, Allergan, Microsoft, Analog Devices, Google and Apple get underway. Intel has recently been granted permission to construct a new chip fabrication plant at its Leixlip campus in County Kildare, that includes the construction of internal roads, support buildings and parking for 2,200 cars.

Some Irish construction firms have grown in scale and are competing successfully in international markets, as centres of excellence in areas such as civil and structural engineering, mechanical and electrical contracting, and power, energy and pharmaceutical construction and maintenance. Experience in developing world class high spec facilities catering to FDI pharmaceutical and ICT investments into Ireland over a number of years has helped to build a strong value proposition for Irish construction firms abroad.

There continues to be new, innovative growth areas in the sector, such as the green economy and wind energy, which are set tomake a significant contribution to employment going forward.

Future Skills Needs
The latest report from the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs, anticipates strong growth for the construction sector. It reports sufficient numbers of skilled construction workers to meet current demand, but projects that shortages may emerge in the medium term. There are already reported shortages of Construction and Property Surveyors. A supply of skilled construction craft workers still exists, but demand  for these roles may also increase in the context of the increased construction activity anticipated for the medium term. (Source: EFGSN, National Skills Bulletin, July 2014



  
Useful Links
Total Records:
Name Full Address Phone Number
An Taisce An Taisce The National Trust for Ireland, Tailors' Hall, Back Lane, Dublin 8

01 4541786

Construction Industry Federation Construction Industry Federation, Construction House, Canal Road, Dublin 6

01 4066000

Engineers Ireland Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

01 6651300

Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers IPAV Headquarters, 129 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2

01 6785685

Operative Plasterers & Allied Trades Society of Ireland 9-13 Blackhall Place, Dublin, 7

01 7994519

Ordnance Survey Ireland Ordnance Survey Ireland, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8

01 8025300

Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland Society of Chartered Surveyors, 38 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

01 6611794

Technical Engineering and Electrical Union TEEU, 6 Gardiner Row, Dublin 1

01 8747047

The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, 8 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

01 6761703

Union of Construction Allied Trades and Technicians UCATT House, 56 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1

01 8731599

 

 
Company Profiles 1
 
  about their sector?
  about career opportunities?
  about education and training?
  about global opportunities?
  their advice for career seekers?


STEPS


More >>  

Company Profiles
Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland


Pearse College of Further Education
Vacancies in Pearse College
Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute
New Course: Musical Instrument Making and Repair
Pearse College of Further Education
Pearse College now open for on-line applications

View all[3]

 

Sector Career News 150
150 New Building Jobs with Bam Group

September 5, 2014 

Bord Na Mona Apprenticeships Open for Application

August 18, 2014 

Analysis of CAO First Preferences 2014

July 28, 2014 

Construction Activity saw a Further Rise in June

July 14, 2014 

360 jobs for 4 Counties with new Applegreen Service Stations

July 3, 2014 

More More...

Featured Articles  
So, you want to be a Property Surveyor?
So, you want to be a Quantity Surveyor?

Online Resources 7
Developing the Green Economy in Ireland
The Irish Construction Industry in 2012
SCSI Annual Residential Property Review &Outlook 2014
SCSI Employment Opportunities & Skills Requirements for Construction and Property Surveying 2014-18
A Strategy for a Renewed Construction Sector May 2014
Ireland's Construction Sector: Outlook & Strategic Plan to 2015
SCSI - A Career in Surveying

117 CAO / HETAC Courses
Central Applications Office 117 courses found.
View full list

Some example courses in this sector...

Architectural Design
IT Sligo
Interior Architecture and Design
IT Sligo
Advanced Wood and Sustainable Building Technology
IT Sligo
Advanced Wood Technology and Sustainable Construction
Tralee IT
Architectural Technology
Cork Institute of Technology
Architectural Technology
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Architectural Technology
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Architectural Technology
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Architectural Technology
IT Carlow
Architectural Technology
Waterford IT
Architectural Technology
DIT
Architectural Technology
Cork Institute of Technology
Architectural Technology
IT Carlow
Architecture
University of Limerick
Architecture
Waterford IT
Architecture
UCD (NUI)
Architecture
DIT
Architecture (Joint UCC and CIT)
UCC (NUI)
Arts (subject option: Archaeology)
UCC (NUI)
Arts (subject option: Archaeology)
NUI Galway
Auctioneering, Valuation and Estate Agency
DIT
Building Services and Renewable Energy
Letterkenny IT
Building Services Engineering
Waterford IT
Building Services Engineering
Cork Institute of Technology
Building Services Engineering
DIT
Building Surveying
Dundalk IT
Buildings Management (Maintenance & Conservation)
DIT
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Limerick IT
Civil and Environmental Engineering
UCC (NUI)
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Tralee IT
Civil Engineering
Athlone IT
Civil Engineering
IT Carlow
Civil Engineering
IT Sligo
Civil Engineering
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Civil Engineering
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Civil Engineering
Athlone IT
Civil Engineering
IT Carlow
Civil Engineering
University of Limerick
Civil Engineering
Letterkenny IT
Civil Engineering
Waterford IT
Civil Engineering
NUI Galway
Civil Engineering
Cork Institute of Technology
Civil Engineering
IT Sligo
Civil Engineering
IT Sligo
Civil Engineering
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Civil Engineering
DIT
Civil Engineering
Limerick IT
Civil Engineering Management
Limerick IT
Construction
Cork Institute of Technology
Construction - Buildings and Services Management
IT Carlow
Construction Cost Management
IT Sligo
Construction Economics and Quantity Surveying
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Economics and Quantity Surveying
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Economics and Quantity Surveying
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Management
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Management
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Management
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Management
Cork Institute of Technology
Construction Management
Limerick IT
Construction Management
DIT
Construction Management and Engineering
University of Limerick
Construction Management and Engineering
Waterford IT
Construction Management in Refurbishment and Maintenance at Castlebar
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Construction Practice
Limerick IT
Construction Studies
Limerick IT
Construction Technology
Dundalk IT
Construction Technology
IT Carlow
Craft Technology Mechanical Services
Cork Institute of Technology
Design - Interior and Furniture
DIT
Energy Engineering
UCC (NUI)
Engineering
TCD
Engineering
UCC (NUI)
Engineering (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
UCC (NUI)
Engineering (Common Entry)
IT Blanchardstown
Engineering (Common Entry)
Cork Institute of Technology
Engineering (Energy Engineering)
UCC (NUI)
Engineering (General Entry)
DIT
Engineering - Civil Engineering
Dundalk IT
Engineering - Common 1st Year
DIT
Engineering - Open Opportunities
DCU
Facilities and Energy Management
IT Carlow
Fire Safety Engineering
Letterkenny IT
Furniture and Wood Technology (Letterfrack)
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Furniture and Wood Technology (Letterfrack)
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Furniture Design and Manufacture (Letterfrack)
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Furniture Design and Manufacture (Letterfrack)
GMIT - Galway-Mayo IT
Geomatics (Surveying and Mapping)
DIT
Interior Architecture
Griffith College. Dublin
Interior Architecture
Cork Institute of Technology
Interior Architecture
Cork Institute of Technology
Interior Design
Griffith College. Dublin
Interior Design
Dublin Institute of Design
Interior Design
Griffith College. Dublin
Interior Design and Technology
Limerick IT
Materials and Architectural Technology with concurrent Teacher Education
University of Limerick
Materials and Engineering Technology with concurrent Teacher Education
University of Limerick
Planning and Environmental Management
DIT
Planning, Geography & Environment
UCD (NUI)
Project and Construction Management
NUI Galway
Property Economics (Valuation Surveying)
DIT
Property Valuation & Management
Limerick IT
Property Valuation and Management
Limerick IT
Quantity Surveying
Cork Institute of Technology
Quantity Surveying
Letterkenny IT
Quantity Surveying
IT Carlow
Quantity Surveying
Limerick IT
Quantity Surveying
Letterkenny IT
Quantity Surveying
IT Sligo
Quantity Surveying
Waterford IT
Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics
DIT
Structural Engineering
Cork Institute of Technology
Structural Engineering With Architecture
UCD (NUI)
Sustainable Building and Renewable Energy
Limerick IT
Sustainable Building and Renewable Energy
Limerick IT
Sustainable Design in Electrical Services Engineering
DIT
Sustainable Energy Engineering
Cork Institute of Technology
Wood Science and Technology
University of Limerick

62 PLC / FETAC Courses
PLC/FETAC Courses 62 courses found.
View full list

Sample courses...

3D Computer Design
Bray Institute of Further Education
Architectural & Renewable Technology & CAD
Colaiste Ide College of Further Education
Architectural Design &Technology Foundation
Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further Education
Architectural Draughting & CAD 2
Pearse College of Further Education
Architectural Draughting - Advanced CAD
St. John's Central College
Architectural Draughting - Advanced CAD
St. John's Central College
Architectural Technology
Sligo College of Further Education
Architectural Technology
Bray Institute of Further Education
Architectural Technology
Colaiste Mhuire Thurles
Architectural Technology & Design
Tralee Community College
Architectural Technology & Design Year 2
Cavan Institute
Architectural Technology - Advanced
Galway Technical Institute
Architectural Technology and Design
Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute
Auctioneering & Estate Agency
Blackrock Further Education Institute
Auctioneering, Estate Agency & Valuation
Ballsbridge College of Further Education
Auctioneering, Estate Agency & Valuation
North Connaught College
Building Construction
Tralee Community College
Cabinet Making & Construction Studies
Galway Community College
Carpentry
Colaiste Stiofain Naofa CFE
Carpentry & Joinery
Tralee Community College
Carpentry & Joinery Studies
Plunket College
Computer Aided Design for Green Building
Templemore College of Further Education
Computer Aided Draughting
Templemichael College
Construction Technology
Central Technical Institute Senior College
Construction Technology
Waterford College of Further Education
Construction Technology
Limerick College of Further Education
Construction Technology
Rossa College
Construction Technology & Draughting
Plunket College
Construction Technology & Renewable Energy Systems
Monaghan Inst of FE & Training
Construction Technology - Civil Engineering
Galway Technical Institute
Design
Newport College - St Josephs
Design for Homes
St. John's Central College
Design with Eco-Interior Design
Templemore College of Further Education
Furniture Design & Making
Carlow Institute of Further Education
Gardening & Landscaping
Carlow Institute of Further Education
Green Energy & The Built Environment
Galway Community College
Interior Architecture
Cavan Institute
Interior Architecture & Design
Blackrock Further Education Institute
Interior Architecture & Design
St. John's Central College
Interior Architecture & Design - Advanced
St. John's Central College
Interior Design
College of Further Education Dundrum
Interior Design
Jesus & Mary Secondary School
Interior Design
Liberties College
Interior Design
Carlow Institute of Further Education
Interior Design
Sligo College of Further Education
Interior Design
Tralee Community College
Interior Design
Limerick College of Further Education
Interior Design
Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further Education
Interior Design
Bray Institute of Further Education
Interior Design in 3D Studies - HND
St. John's Central College
Interior Design Industry Standards
Limerick College of Further Education
Interior Design Industry Standards - Advanced
Limerick College of Further Education
Interior Design with Architecture and Technology
Templemore College of Further Education
Interior Design with Textiles
Rossa College
Property Management
Ballsbridge College of Further Education
Sustainable Architectural Technology
Colaiste Chomain
Sustainable Building & Energy Engineering
Galway Technical Institute
Sustainable Building Technology
Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute
Sustainable Construction Technology
Bray Institute of Further Education
Sustainable Energy
Muinebheag Vocational School
Sustainable Technology
Tralee Community College
Sustainable Technology
St. John's Central College

spacer Other Courses 7

Post Grad Courses (from Qualifax)

SOLAS Courses (from Qualifax)