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National Learning Network in Athlone hosted a recent open day to brief the public with regard to the wide range of flexible training courses and support services that they provide for people who need specialist support. The ETB courses and HSE programmes that are provided offer recognised QQI qualifications alongside uncertified wellbeing modules.
Students of the Adult Learning Centre in Monksland, part of Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board, celebrated their educational achievements at a well attended formal festive gathering in the community.
Does money motivate employees to work hard? Research indicates that there is less than a two per cent overlap between pay and job satisfaction. What does that mean?
ADVANCED FICTION writing classes with the poet and short story writer Susan Millar DuMars have been announed for the New Year, but bookings are already being taken.
The Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development offers a series of 8-week, non-accredited courses in a number of different subject areas including Archaeology, Writing, Drama, Film Studies, History, Art History, Languages, Health & Well Being, Literature & Poetry, Ecology & the Environment and many others.
Galway Community College has been meeting the educational needs of the city’s Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate students for more than 45 years. The college is continually improving its facilities to serve the needs of all learners.
Two Galway city restaurants will host a ‘Wall of Inspiration’ on their premises, where people can buy a brick on which to write a special message to a person who has inspired them in their life, and in the process raise money for charity.
Galway Steiner National School has been granted planning permission by Galway City Council for temporary accommodation at Brooklawn House (next to the Aviva offices in Knocknacarra), prior to the completion of its permanent residence.
An information evening will take place in Galway this month in advance of the opening of the city’s first Steiner national school later this year.
A conference on the art of education in Steiner national schools, which was held in NUI Galway on Saturday, saw lively engagement by Galway parents and educators as well as large numbers of participants from outside the county.