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Keep studying French or take it up, do not let the Coronavirus stop you!
Did you know that we all learn in different ways? In further education and training the Galway & Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) takes the different learning styles into account when teaching adult learners. There are three main learning styles - visual, where we learn by seeing; auditory, where we learn by listening; and kinaesthetic, where we learn by doing.
GRETB Further Education and Training Department wishes all its learners the very best during these challenging times. In order to ensure continuity of learning, the staff are engaged in supporting learners in whatever way works for each individual, whether that is using TEAMS, webinars, eCollege, email, phone calls, or GRETB's YouTube channel.
The first drive-through HSE Covid-19 testing centre in the West of Ireland, which is based at Galway Airport, will be able to test 1,000 people a day when it is fully operational.
Once the votes were counted up last time around and all was said and done, Fine Gael's Michelle Mulherin was the last one out and ended up losing the seat she had won as part of a Fine Gael wave that swept the country in 2011.
The next Coach Institute of Ireland one-year business and executive coach training programme will begin in Galway on Thursday and Friday, April 2 and 3. The programme will be facilitated two full days a month from April to December, with a break for July and August.
Have you recently finished school and not sure what to do next? Do you need extra support to get a qualification to get a job or go on to further education?
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.
The next Coach Institute of Ireland one-year Business and Executive Coach Training Programme will begin in Galway on Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5. The programme will be facilitated two full days a month from April to December, with a break for July and August.