FAQs

  • You study at home and at times that suit you and you can complete the course in your own time.
  • Typically, the process works in the following way:-
    1. Choose and purchase a course.
    2. If there is a special offer available make sure you avail of it at this time.
    3. We will then post you the Course pack.
    4. You then choose your own pace and time to study.

Yes. For our QQI awards, ITEC has agreed its quality assurance procedures with QQI (answerable to the Department of Education in Ireland) and is registered with QQI to offer programmes leading to QQI awards in the National Framework of Qualifications. QQI is responsible for the external quality assurance of further and higher education and training and validates programmes and makes awards for certain providers in these sectors.

Jobseekers, who meet the requirements for FÁS funding, may be able to avail of funding for their course fees. Please contact your Local Employment Services (LES) officer for details and in some cases the Dept of Social Welfare partially funds courses. Occasionally employers fund courses fully or partially. Local Charitable Organizations may assist with fee contributions, if approached.

No, ITEC courses can be taken by anyone; there is no requirement to hold a previous qualification.

No. All your study materials are supplied to you for your course fee on a module by module basis so that when you complete a module and return the assignment, it is tutored and the next module is then sent out to you. The only extra is the optional final examination.

ITEC will allow students transfer to another course provided such requests are made in writting within 30 days of enrolment and provided any shortfall in courses fees is paid in full. No refunds will be made.

Firstly they were written by experts in each field and then converted by educational specialists to offer first class skills and training programmes through the medium of distance learning or self-study as we like to term it. Our courses are priced competitively, are practical, and excellent quality. They were specifically written for the Irish Market.

With a regular study, programme – usually- about three or fours hours a week you should complete a course in a year or less. But it is entirely up to you. Take as much time as you need to complete the self-correcting exercises.

Not at all! You don’t need any prior training or experience – just a desire to learn and succeed.

  • You study at home and at times that suit you and you can complete the course in your own time.
  • Typically, the process works in the following way:-
    1. Choose and purchase a course.
    2. If there is a special offer available make sure you avail of it at this time.
    3. We will then post you the Course pack.
    4. You then choose your own pace and time to study.