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Many children with ADHD have difficulty managing their lives. Parents of these children can benefit from knowing more about how they can provide their children with practical and useful support. Educational psychologist Stephanie Fitzgerald will talk with parents on how to develop practical interventions and strategies that might help their children.
A presentation of Advanced Craft Certificates, to mark the successful completion of their apprenticeship training, was made to over 120 craftspeople from throughout the Midlands region by Deputy Mary O’Rourke at a ceremony held earlier last Friday October 9 in Mullingar.
Energie fitness for women understands that it can be difficult to find the time to exercise, but by introducing a moderate amount into your daily life, you can significantly improve your overall health, well-being, and quality of life. Not only will you look and feel much better, you will prevent the onset of illnesses such as cancer, and heart disease.
Hundreds of third-level students and graduates are expected to visit the GMIT Dublin Road campus next week for the annual GMIT careers and recruitment fair.
FÁS, in partnership with the Westmeath County Library Service, are delighted to introduce the FÁS eLearning at the Library Project to the Mullingar and Athlone libraries.
Mayo County Library is delighted to launch a joint project with FÁS to offer learning opportunities for adults in three libraries: Castlebar, Ballina, and Swinford. The project provides a range of online courses, which can be accessed in the library or from home, supported by a facilitator who will be available in the participating libraries. The courses will help people gain new computer skills and build on existing skills.
Mayo Education Centre are presently organising a course for primary teachers wishing to prepare for An Scrúdú Le hAghaidh Cáilíochta sa Ghaeilge, the Irish language qualification.
Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary has welcomed the announcement by the Government that every classroom in the country is to receive a teaching laptop, software and digital projector over the next three years as part of the €150 million Smart Schools plan. The major high-tech drive was launched by An Taoiseach Brian Cowen.
Almost 1,000 secondary school students nationwide will learn about topics such as financial planning and budgeting, credit, saving, insurance and how to protect themselves from identity theft as they take part in a Bank of Ireland financial literacy programme.
Jigsaw Galway celebrated its first anniversary this week with the launch of its new website.