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What is eCollege?

eCollege is a leading learning institution that delivers online and distance training courses in business, project management, SQL, Cisco, graphic design, web design, digital marketing, software development and basic computer literacy. 

Who is eCollege for?

At eCollege, all our courses are aimed towards three types of people:


eCollege Job Seekers

Our eCollege online courses are available free of charge to unemployed clients and transitional workers. These courses are designed to give a flexible response to the specific skills needs of job-ready individuals who require training interventions with certification to assist them to re-enter the labour market.


eCollege upskillers

Courses are also available for a fee, to employed persons who wish to update their skills. 


eCollege Employers

Employers, please talk to eCollege about the subsidised rate available from SOLAS for employers who wish to enhance the skills of their employees. 


What do I get with an eCollege Course?

While these courses are delivered completely online, dedicated eTutor support is available throughout all our courses on a daily basis.

There are many benefits of studying at eCollege including:

  • All course materials included
  • eTutor support five days a week
  • Practice tests and Examination costs included
  • Online access to your course 24 X 7 
  • Licensed software (if applicable) will be provided for the duration of the course
  • All courses lead to Industry recognised certifications

What courses are available?

We have a large variety of online courses which can be viewed by going to the following page

Software?

For some courses, we will provide students with the software required. For example, students enrolling onto our Adobe awards will get a licence to Adobe Creative Cloud. Please be aware, that software will only be accessible during the course.

How to enrol?

If you are currently in receipt of social welfare, you can go to your local Department of Social Protection or Intreo office and ask to enrol on an eCollege course. You may wish to visit our courses page prior and take note of the course code.

Last modified: Tuesday, 14 March 2017, 3:51 PM