Smart Building Technologies – Cavan

ISmart Building Technologies

Maintenance Skills Technology


48 Weeks – Starting 06/02/2017

Course Aims

To give those currently marginalised from the workforce the skills and related knowledge to confidently pursue employment in a process maintenance technician role in a manufacturing setting. To prepare learners to become more competitive in the employment market or to confidently progress on to further and higher education. To develop operational competence in the broad field of maintenance of industrial mechanical and electrical systems.


Title Award Awarding Body
Work Practice Work Practice (6N1947) QQI
Leadership Leadership (6N2191) QQI
Project Management Project Management (6N4090) QQI
Network Infrastructure 6N0733 Network Infrastructure (6N0733) QQI
Building of Open Control Networking Systems Operations and Management  
Communication Protocols and Data Infrastructure  
Fundamentals & Principals Smart Building Technologies and Construction  
IOT Physical Infrastructure and Components  
Security Design and Engineering  
Systems, Controls and Technology Integration / Functionality  
Electrical Principles Electrical Principles (6N2049) QQI
Electronics Electronics (6N5374) QQI
Introduction to CAD/BIM Collaboration Course (Revit)  
Preventative Maintenance Preventive Maintenance (6N5369) QQI
Programmable Logic Controllers Programmable Logic Controllers (6N5370) QQI
KNX Basic Course  
Comptia A+ 220-902 CompTIA A+ (220-902) CompTIA
Comptia A+ 220-901 CompTIA A+ (220-901) CompTIA
Personal & Professional Skills Development – Professional Recognition Award Personal & Professional Skills Development (9200-105) City & Guilds


  • Education: No formal education attainment required. Enthusiastic with a strong work ethic.
  • Aptitude: Must be numerate and literate. Good learning skills desirable. Interest in technology and customer service. Ability to absorb product knowledge.
  • Previous Experience: No previous experience required.
Smart Building Technologies – Cavan was last modified: November 15th, 2016 by admin