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An extra 1,250 information and communication technology (ICT) undergraduate places will be made available annually from 2014, according to Fine Gael city councillor Michelle Murphy who has called for a “fair share” of these undergraduate places to be made available in the west of Ireland.
In advance of the Volvo Ocean Race Events, Galway City Centre businesses and retailers are invited to attend a briefing on retail security and an opportunity to share information and network.
Q: I haven’t written a CV in 20 years – not since I left school. I understand that everything has changed since back them. For a start, I have 20 years of work underneath my belt now. Not to mention three children and less hair! Plus it is obvious that communications have undergone a revolution in the interim. Can you give me a few quick pointers for my CV? (EH, email)
Fine Gael Mayo TD John O’Mahony has welcomed the announcement of 6,000 new college places which are being made available to unemployed people, including previously self-employed people, who want to upskill, as part of the Springboard initiative.
Galway is set to transform into a technological powerhouse during the two-week Volvo Ocean Race stopover event from May23 to June 6.
Minister for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary has confirmed that €13,150 in funding has been approved under the Dormant Account Fund to purchase information communication technology for Scoil Íosa in Ballina.
A new retail security system uses the latest in communication technology to allow the Gardai and city retailers to work together to beat shoplifting and theft.