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Art-link

Course Type: PLC and Further Education
Institute Name: National Learning Network
Fee: Free
Duration: up to 2 years - Continuous intake throug
Time: Specialist Training (Disabilities)
Course Locations: South Dublin City, Dublin City Centre
Application Deadline: Course is run on regular basis

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Course Description:

Artlink is a training programme designed to enable people with disabilities or those out of work due to illness, injury or learning difficulty to build careers as participants in the creative or community based sectors.

Course Details

DurationUp to 2 years, Modules include Communications, Work Experience, Design Skills, Drawing, Sculpture, Painting, Combined Materials, Image Processing.

Certification QQI Major Award in Art, Craft and Design 5M1988

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