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Places are now available on Career & Life Planning's free customer service skills courses in Ballybane, Galway, and Loughrea. Both courses begin in September and will run for 23 weeks.
City and Guilds is offering an innovative Sales and Marketing for SME’s programme in Galway which offers a fresh start to people who have been unemployed for 12 months or more under the Government-funded Momentum Programme which is being administered by Solas.
IASE in association with the National Learning Network, Westmeath; EmployAbility, Roscommon; and ROWO, are hosting a free breakfast briefing on ‘Managing for High Performance in Organisations’ on Friday June 20 from 7.30-9.30am in Athlone Springs Hotel, Monksland.
City & Guilds in conjunction with the Irish Centre for Business Excellence (ICBE) is offering an innovative Customer Service Skills programme in Galway which offers a fresh start to people who have been unemployed for 12 months or more.
Paul Cannon, a native of Oranmore, this week celebrates 10 years of service with Nestor’s SuperValu Oranmore.
Belmullet-based charity the Irish Association of Supported Employment will be running its fourth employment week in a fortnights time from Monday, April 22 to Sunday, April 28. Over the course of the week employment organisations, jobseekers and employers will showcase employment for people with disabilities through a variety of themed events, seminars and a national publicity campaign to raise awareness of employment for people with disabilities throughout the week.
Dermot Hyland is currently employed at the Kinlay Hostel in Eyre Square, Galway. Dermot has availed of the Supported Employment Programme through EmployAbility Galway. Dermot was referred to EmployAbility Galway service in February 2011. Dermot, originally from Renvyle Co Galway, moved to Galway city in 198. Dermot has a mild learning disability and left secondary school after his third year to attend work preparation training. As part of his training he completed a work experience in the Value Centre, Newcastle in 1993, which resulted in paid employment. Dermot loved his job there and worked as a general operative until March 2009 when the facility in Newcastle closed and he was made redundant.
The Irish Association for Supported Employment (IASE) has called for businesses in Mayo to participate in the sixth annual National Supported Employment Week (22 to 28 April). Job Shadow Day (24 April) is the highlight of the week and will see hundreds of people with disabilities shadow a workplace mentor as he or she goes about a normal working day.
In an effort to increase awareness, the agency that promotes employment for people with disabilities across the region chose the occasion of the release of its 10th annual report in Athlone this week (October 14) to re-brand itself as EmployAbility Midlands.