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The Information Technology Association Galway (ITAG) is getting ready to welcome Nell Watson as one of the speakers at this year’s AtlanTec conference, which will focus on The Art of AI and Machine Learning.
Galway Technology Centre (GTC) and the Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland (CCMI) launched a new partnership, and a Made In Ireland exhibition, at the technology centre in Mervue on Friday. The exhibition is accompanied by the CCMI’s interactive, pop-up, retro gaming collection.
Are you are interested in upskilling or changing career? Are you unsure about what study options to take? Do you need some career advice? Then the Engage ’18 event on Saturday, 27 January may be just what you need to kick-start your career in 2018. Taking place at the Connaught Hotel from 10 – 1, this one stop shop career event gives you the opportunity to engage with career consultants, educational providers and employers in the Galway region.
The problem with being out of work for a significant period of time is that it hacks away at your self-confidence. The longer we leave taking that step forward, the more difficult it becomes, and we lose our sense of self. At other times it is just not possible. Eldercare, childcare, family commitments, and illness can get in the way or become a noble priority. Janet Yellen, the popular American economist, believed that long-term unemployment can make any worker progressively less employable, even after the economy strengthens. Explaining gaps on a CV is always a discussion point in career coaching. If the time has come when you can concentrate on yourself, there is one facility in Galway among others that can offer a stepping stone.
NUI Galway has launched seven new Arts degrees for enrolment in 2018. The new offerings respond to feedback from students, industry and employers and further expands the specialised Arts study options at NUI Galway.
Cartoonist Richard Chapman has been a familiar and valued presence on the local and national cultural landscape for more than 30 years during which his sharp wit has enlivened the pages of the Galway Advertiser, The City Tribune, The Phoenix, The Irish Times, and many other publications.
Free training for the unemployed is currently available in Shantalla through the Galway Family History Society West project. The overall aim of the project is to provide skills and related knowledge to further develop and to enable people obtain employment or further education.
Exciting opportunity to start your career in information technology with a free Microsoft certified course from GRETB
If you are looking to kickstart your career in IT and are currently unemployed then this course from GRETB could be the perfect opportunity for you.
The Hong Kong St Patrick’s parade had a distinctive Galway element to it in the form of members from the Irish Chinese Society Galway along with business and political representatives from Galway. This marked the first stop of a historic delegation tour organised by the chairman of the Irish Chinese society Galway; Mr. Kam Chin to Huzhou in China and led by Deputy Noel Grealish T.D, Minister of State Sean Canney T.D and Cllr Declan McDonnell.
One of the must successful events to be held in the city last year was the Atlantec festival organised by Information Technology Association Galway which brought together an impressive range of speakers from across the globe.