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SOS, A new gig night celebrating Galway city and county's diverse original music community, will be launched on Saturday January 20 at 7pm at Nuns Island Theatre.
The GRETB Training Centre, Mervue Business Park, Galway, is offering an exciting new career traineeship in digital sales and marketing. If you are looking to upskill or change career and are currently unemployed then this City & Guilds certified traineeship from GRETB could be the perfect opportunity for you.
Not that many years ago the media was the preserve of informed journalists and editors who were able to disseminate information for public consumption, and represent the public interest. All that has changed with the advent of social media where people can share their thoughts, their beliefs, their stories, their past at will. But they can also share ignorant and offensive behaviour. Worse, this week people witnessed a recording of an American announcing to the public his plan to kill, before posting another of him shooting a victim dead, via Facebook.
We all can agree that the use of computers and cell phones as part of our daily lives and work has become increasingly prominent. Banking, social media, work/school assignments, the list goes on and on. Common symptoms associated with neck pain are:
Digital Training Institute CEO Joanne Sweeney-Burke is collaborating with Irish Blogger Agency for an exclusive one-day masterclass in Online PR Strategy in Galway.
QR CODES - the little black and white boxes on the bottom of adverts and billboards - are a common sight, but while they are mostly an advertising tool, one Galway artist uses them for his art.
By the time you reach the end of the interview, all you want to do is get out the door as fast as you can. However, that could be a mistake, and asking the right question or questions might just help you to secure a job offer, writes SABINA TRENCH, CAREER COACH, SLI NUA CAREERS.
A top class line up of female speakers will take pare in a a panel discussion in Castlebar in April inspired by the work of 1916 revolutionary, doctor and Mayo native, Dr Kathleen Lynn. Dr Lynn's legacy was the inspiration around a current arts project that is taking place in a number of locations around the county that was launched last Friday. The panel discussion exploring the position of women in today’s world titled 'How Is It for Women Now? takes place at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 14 at 8pm. The event is scheduled as part of the extremely successful Kathleen Lynn: Insider on the Outside exhibition, currently running in five visual arts spaces in Mayo. Discussing the subject will be Sarah Durcan, Catherine Marshall, Sinead McCoole, Michelle Browne, and some other guests.
ManagementWorks, a Skillnets-funded initiative, is offering SME business owners and managers an opportunity to participate in a postgraduate IMI diploma programme at a fraction of the normal cost. Skillnets is subsidising four Postgraduate IMI Diploma Programmes in 2016 under the ManagementWorks initiative, including a programme in Galway.
Athlone graduate Ciaran Lynch helped to announce 9,000 one-year Springboard+ part-time and full-time courses now available free across the country.