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QQI-FET Pathway to Home Economics Teacher Education (entry September 2021)

QQI-FET Pathway to Home Economics Teacher Education (entry September 2021)

We are delighted to offer QQI-FET pathways for our BAPME (Home Economics Teacher Education) courses. Starting Autumn 2020, students may undertake specific programmes/awards through Further Education Colleges nationwide and become eligible to apply for the following courses at St. Angela’s College in September 2021:

  • AS001: Home Economics and Biology (Teacher Education) - 1 place
  • AS002: Home Economics and Religious Education (Teacher Education) - 1 place
  • AS003: Home Economics and Gaeilge* (Teacher Education) - 1 place (*must have minimum H4 in LC Gaeilge or Merit in QQI minor award Gaeilge (5N1631)

Students with the relevant and appropriate QQI-FET Level 5 programmes/awards, with a minimum of distinctions in five modules in a single sitting, may be admitted on a competitive basis to the BAPME courses offered by St. Angela’s College.

The relevant FET programmes (and specific minor awards where applicable) are as follows:

  • Applied Social Studies (5M2181)
  • Early Childhood Care & Education (5M2009)
  • Education & Training (5M3635)
  • General Studies (5M3114)
  • Laboratory Techniques (5M3807)
  • Food Science (5M5267)
  • Community Health Services (5M4468)
    Community Health Services (5M4468) must include the following:
    • Dietetics (5N3736)
    • Nutrition (5N2006)
    • Anatomy and Physiology (5N074)
      and one of the following:
    • Behavioural Studies (5N1351) or Applied Social Studies (5M2181)
      or
    • Psychology (5N0754) or Family Studies (5N4466)

For a list of Further Education Colleges providing the above programmes/awards see https://qsearch.qqi.ie/WebPart/Search?searchtype=programmes
All QQI-FET pathway applications must apply via the Central Applications Office (CAO). Detailed information about the application process and important dates is available on the CAO website. When entering your course choices in the application, it is important that you list them in your order of preference. Offers on the basis of QQI-FET qualifications are normally issued in early August each year.
Applicants are offered the quota of places reserved for QQI-FET applicants. Places are limited and will be allocated based on the applicant’s score only. The best 8 Modules in a single award will be used for the calculation of points. Where more than one student has the same score, students will be ranked by the CAO on a random basis.

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