Part-time Evening Courses

Part-time Evening Courses

This course is not available on the online application form.

Spring 2017 Brochure of Part-time Evening Courses available here.

 

See below for our selection of PDF's relating to Evening Courses at Rathmines College

Creative Writing PDF 240 KB
Fundamentals of Drawing PDF 168 KB
Health and Alternative Nutrituon Therapy PDF 227 KB
Interior Design PDF 182 KB
Mindfull Living For Everyday Life PDF 191 KB
Start Your Own Business PDF 194 KB
 
 

Business and career courses

These courses aim to help people improve their knowledge and skills for work or further study in the area. There are courses offered in the areas of Start Your Own Business and Introduction to Digital Marketing & Buiness

Leaving Certificate preparation courses

For the Spring Programme 2017 we are offering Ordinary Level Leaving Certificate Maths for 10 weeks (Paper 2 Revision). We also offer short preparation courses for the oral examinations in Leaving Cert French, Irish and Spanish.


Lifestyle and leisure courses

We offer a wide range of courses to improve personal well being, express your creativity, learn more about fascinating subjects or take up a hobby. Courses range from Fundamentals of Drawing, Bellydancing, Musical Theatre (Burlesque Style), Drama & Acting, and Yoga. Perhaps you just want to sit back and enjoy listening to a talk on the Humanities e.g. History of Ireland or study on either our Counselling & Psychotherapy course or UCD's Psychology course. Health and Alternative nutrition course. If you are feeling creative, then Interior Design or even Creative Writing may be your best choice.  Other course options include, Dressmaking,  Fibre (Weaving, Crocheting, Fleting, Embroidery & Fabric Manipulation), Jewellery Making, Mindfulness, Floiristry Design (Bouquets, Wreaths and Garlands for all occasions) and Bridge.

 
Computers for leisure and work

These courses aim to improve people's computer skills for their leisure or work. We have courses at all levels of competency, from complete beginner to higher levels.

You can study Computer Skills at any level, Keyboarding, Typing Skills and Word Processing. Other courses include: Computers for the 21st Century (Increase your confidence and knowledge using your computer or tablet), Computer Application for the WOrkplace, Digital Photography & Photshop, discover Adobe Illustrator, Video Art & Filmaking and Internat Art & Web Design. 


Languages

Languages are one of our specialist areas. We currently offer courses in English for Speakers of Other Languages, French, Irish (adult beginners, non natives welcome), and Spanish.

Most of these are offered at a range of levels with native-speaker teachers. 


Evening courses calendar

Classes are held on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Courses vary in length from short ten-week courses, lasting only one term in autumn or spring, to twenty-five week courses, which last from September to June. The calendar follows the day-time academic calendar with breaks at Halloween, Christmas, February and Easter.


Enrolments and Brochure

Enrolments take place in September and again in January each year. There is an Evening Courses brochure available here. In order to avoid disappointment, we advise you to keep an eye out for our brochure so that you are ready for enrolment day.

On enrolment day you will have the opportunity to talk to a member of staff about the course which interests you.


Fees

Fees vary for these courses but are always very reasonable because the charges are based on what it costs us to provide the course, nothing more. Fees are paid on enrolment night. See autumn or spring edition of evening courses brochure for more details.

 

Progression

Having got the taste for study in the evening, we would encourage those who are interested to consider full-time study with us during the day. As you will see from this brochure, there are many full-time courses which relate to our part-time evening programme. We would be happy to discuss your options with you.


Courses for everyone

We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning for everybody. Adults of all ages from 18 to 108 are welcome to participate on our courses. We have students from far and near and many different communities. Some of our students are pursuing a hobby while others are developing their knowledge and skills in a particular subject area for their working lives.


All are welcome.

We value your feedback

We make changes and additions to our programme each year in order to provide an interesting and varied menu of courses. We aim to put on courses that people need and want. We are therefore very interested in hearing from you about any courses which you would like to see us provide for you.

We look forward to meeting you in the college.