|Post Leaving Certificate (PLC)|
The PLC programme is a full time vocational preparation and training programme that offers young people and adults the opportunity to access and progress in further education or to bridge the gap between school and work.
The programme runs over one or two years (usually one) depending on the course/school. All PLC courses lead to a FETAC Level 5 award.
What are PLC Entry Requirements?
Applicants to PLC courses must normally have attained Leaving Certificate standard. Applications will be considered from mature students who do not meet the normal academic requirements. Applications are processed in the order they are received. All courses are open to male and female applicants.
What courses are available at PLC?
A wide range of courses are available through the 5 second level schools/colleges.
Successful completion of a PLC course can lead to:
What will a PLC course cost?
However, there will be a cost to all students for examination fees, books, class materials, field trips and class outings.