FETAC AWARD OPTIONS
The following FETAC Level 5 Awards can be obtained through Hi-Tech Training: -
Renewable Energy Production Systems (N23003), Intruder Alarm and Access Control (C20161) and CCTV & Lighting (5N1771)
FETAC is the National awarding body for further education and training in Ireland. The Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC) gives people the opportunity to gain recognition for learning in education or training centres, in the work place and in the community. FETAC was set up as a statutory body on 11 June 2001 by the Minister for Education and Science under the Qualifications (Education & Training) Act, 1999.
FETAC has responsibility for making awards previously made by BIM, Fáilte Ireland (CERT), FÁS, NCVA and Teagasc and has made over 1,000,000 awards to date.
FETAC's mission is to make quality assured awards in accordance with national standards within the national framework, creating opportunities for all learners in further education and training to have their achievements recognised and providing access to systematic progression pathways.
HI-TECH TRAINING AND FETAC
Hi-Tech Training is registered with FETAC to offer programmes leading to FETAC Awards in the National Framework of Qualifications (FETAC Centre Registration Number 38185D)
People who successfully complete individual Hi-Tech Training courses receive Hi-Tech Training qualifications for each course successfully completed. On successful completion of a number of specific Hi-Tech Training courses participants may progress further to obtain FETAC National awards.
Assessments takes place through practical skills demonstration and a theory based examination. On successful completion of both assessments facilitated by Hi-Tech Training, participants will receive a FETAC Award.
The FETAC Award will state the result obtained, be it Pass, Merit or Distinction.
Pass = 50%-64%, Merit = 65%-79%, Distinction = 80%-100%.