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Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre, a Department of Education recognised training Institute, now in its 32nd year of business, is a quality school with Cambridge Exams Centre recognition, EAQUALS, Quality English, ACELS/QQI and FETAC accreditation.
Jobs Expo Galway returns to the Galway Racecourse on September 21st, showcasing a diverse range of industry-leading employers, with hundreds of highly-skilled jobs for the region. Recruitment teams with job opportunities will be looking to talk to skilled professionals in the West of Ireland and further afield. This FREE event will kick off 10am inside the Wilson Lynch Building at the Galway Racecourse
THOUGH IRISH born and bred, it was in Vancouver that Anna Clifford's comedy career began, when she won the One Hitter Quitter Comedy Showdown! It was only the start of an upward career curve.
We often hear people say that life is not a rehearsal, so if you are interested in doing some travelling, changing career, taking early retirement, or learning about other cultures, now is the time. One of the best ways to see the world while at the same time earn some money is by teaching English. "As a teacher of English abroad, you can immediately immerse yourself in a culture and get to know the local people without having to speak the language of that culture," says Mary Grennan, director of International House Galway. "Of course, you will have the opportunity to learn the language too while you’re there, which is wonderful. You can also teach English here in Ireland in a language school or even in your own home — it’s a great cultural education, and great fun too."
Angela Scanlon, well-known Irish broadcaster, recently launched Panadol’s ‘This is what we’re made of’ campaign, a celebration of the unique formula that makes Ireland so different.
Well, we all know Christmas is coming, but before that comes about, so much has happened in the past week that it is difficult to know quite where to begin.
Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling or people wishing to change career. "The most recognised TEFL qualification in the world is the University of Cambridge CELTA," says IH Galway director Mary Grennan. "The CELTA was the first ever TEFL course. It’s been in existence since 1962 when it was designed by the founder of International House, John Haycraft, so there’s a lot of history and intellectual knowledge there. Unlike other TEFL courses, CELTA tutors are highly qualified teacher trainers and each course is externally assessed by a nominated Cambridge assessor, who comes to the centre to assess each course we run. This makes the CELTA a highly reliable qualification that schools and universities worldwide can trust. For this reason, 87 per cent of the English language teaching positions advertised around the world request the CELTA qualification – and no other one."
The Snug has yet another great line-up of live music planned for this weekend, starting with The Dave L Show tonight, Thursday April 9. Dave has a wide variety of songs covering several decades and always delivers a crowd-pleasing performance
AMERICAN INDIE FILM Bellflower, a hit at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, will be screened at the Galway Film Fleadh this weekend.
WRITER AND performer Michael Harding makes a welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre next week with his powerful and much-acclaimed drama The Tinker’s Curse.