Kilroy’s College is proud to launch its new short online intensive revision Leaving Certificate course. The course enables you to gain continuous and vital Leaving Certificate oral and written exam question practice from home – whilst under the supervision of personal tutor. All tutors are experienced Leaving Certificate secondary school teachers. You are given access to superb notes and practice exam questions with model answers. Everything you need to succeed is included in this new, unique, intensive, online revision course.
Students can choose to enrol in up to fourteen major Leaving Certificate subjects, both at Higher and Ordinary Levels.
Practice Makes Perfect
Leaving Certificate 2017 timetable has now been published and Leaving Certificate students are busy preparing themselves for their modern language subject oral examinations, which typically take place around Easter time, and for the crucial written examinations which commence on June 7th 2017.
Once you have covered the topics in your revision schedule the best way to prepare yourself for the rapidly approaching Leaving Certificate examination is to practice oral and written answers to as many questions as possible. Kilroy’s College can help you do this.
Staying motivated when studying for the Leaving Certificate can be really hard during any holiday periods. Whether it is Christmas, New Year or the summer holidays, best intentions can sometimes get waylaid by the festivities as we try to make the most of our down time and holidays.
Kilroy’s College is proud to be able to offer an open and online education to anyone who has the desire to learn regardless of age or ability. We actively encourage people to go back to education and master a new skill. As a result we have had many mature learners studying with us in the College over the past 70 years.
This week’s blog post may be of greatest interest to our past and present Business Management students. It covers the latter half of the agenda of the Women in Business Network event – occupational fraud. The talk was given by Robert Kelly FCA CFE who is Operations Director at FraudEdge. Robert outlined what signs businesses should watch out for and how they can protect against internal fraud at work. 76% of companies report suffering from at least one type of fraud (Kroll 2015) – so this is something that all business owners should worry about. Continue reading “Fraud At Work – Know It! Stop It!”
Kilroy’s College has many past and present students who are running their own businesses -from dog groomers, to dressmakers and nutritionists – we have more than sixty courses to help boost career and income prospects. 76% of companies report suffering from at least one type of fraud (Kroll 2015) and economic fraud costs Irish businesses millions of euro each year – so here are a few tips from the experts on how to prevent your business from being a victim of fraud. Continue reading “Protecting Your Business From Economic Crimes – The Ultimate Guide”
I am a serial Web Summit (WS) attendee. I first visited the WS in November 2014 in Dublin where I recorded a piece to camera about EdTech trends for 2015 – back then it was all about gamification and making learning a fun, enjoyable & most importantly – a user friendly experience for the student.
A lot has changed in 2 short years – education through distance learning (be it delivered online or by correspondence) is booming. The core attraction for many learners is the flexibility that it brings – you can literally study at any time, any place and any where. The 3 EdTech trends for 2017 bring this premise even further – beyond reality! Continue reading “EdTech Trends for Distance Learning in 2017”
The College currently offers fourteen different home study Leaving Certificate subjects at both higher and ordinary level: Accounting, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, History, Irish, Mathematics, Physics, Spanish. More details on all of these subjects can be found here
Is the thought of sitting Irish in your Leaving Certificate stressing you out? Whatever your motivation for taking Irish – be it as an entry requirement for third level, or for a Masters in Primary Education, we have the solution to ease your pain.