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School leavers and mature students who are considering Galway Community College as their further education destination in September 2019 can apply and register online now on all QQI accredited courses. All courses offer a mix of practical and portfolio work and work experience. They are designed as a step towards skilled employment or progression to higher education institutes. There are no CAO points required for further education courses and after completion you can apply for more than 1,200 CAO courses that accept a QQI award for progression purposes.
Galway Community College's legal secretary, medical secretary, and office administrator course is extremely popular due to its continued success rate. Eighty five per cent of its graduates obtain full-time and part-time employment in a legal practice, medical practice, hospital administration, public service, and as office administrators in multinational companies within six months of graduating. The remainder of the students progress to higher education courses in the GMIT and NUIG and apprenticeship programmes.
Galway Community College offers a diverse range of performing arts and production courses, which are both long established and instrumental to the development and creativity of the Galway arts community.
School leavers and mature students who are considering Galway Community College as their further education destination in September 2019 have the opportunity to gather information on all courses, speak with staff, and register for their preferred course on Wednesday May 22 from 5pm to 7pm in the college, located at Moneenageisha Junction.
Galway Community College offers the widest range of fitness courses in the west of Ireland. By registering on any of GCC's QQI Level 5 sports courses, students obtain an award in sport, recreation, and exercise and have the opportunity to qualify as fitness instructors and sports coaches. GCC is accredited with the NCEF in University of Limerick and ITEC and provides a wide range of additional qualifications from NGBs such as GAA, Basketball Ireland, and FAI.
The QQI Level 5 horticulture course in Galway Community College offers students the chance to acquire a vast knowledge of many different aspects of the amazing world of horticulture. Huge emphasis is placed on plant identification and students spend some time each week learning and identifying new plants. Another great way to learn plants is to work with them, and from September until the following May students maintain the great collection of plants in GCC.
Oranmore soprano, Helen Hancock will present an evening of singing and music in the auditorium of Galway Community College, Moneenageisha tomorrow Friday March 22 at 8pm.
Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) will hold its annual open day on Tuesday March 5 from 9am to 4pm. GCC is centrally located at Moneenageisha Junction and staff are looking forward to welcoming future learners of full-time courses commencing in September, to the open day to showcase what the college has to offer.
PHIL IS a silent young man, but all the more intimidating for it. He has a following of fearful misfits. After a practical joke that ends in tragedy, they have to come to terms with the consequences of what they have done.