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National Park City – a game changer for Galway

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Last Thursday, President Michael D. Higgins gave a powerful thought-provoking speech to an online (via Webex) meeting of people of all ages drawn from a wide strata of local society on why the movement towards transforming Galway into a National Park City is so crucial at this particular time in human history due to unprecedented climate change, biodiversity loss and pandemics, and why it can be a template for other cities in Ireland to follow.

Keeping the music going - despite Covid-19

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Against all the odds set by Covid 19, Music Generation Galway City - a new venture for teaching music to children and teens - has proven a resounding success.

Study business at Galway Community College

Galway Community College (GCC) continues to offer a wide range of further education courses in the business area. The college offers courses in business and accounting, legal and medical secretary, marketing, PR and web design, business information systems, and retail pharmacy assistant. GCC also offers Level 6 business courses in business management and accounting. These courses help students to develop crucial communication skills, presentation skills, and improved project management, while learning key IT programmes and techniques.

Calling all children and young people — a new music hub is coming to Wellpark

Music Generation Galway City is a new music education service for the City of the Tribes. As part of the national Music Generation network, its aim is to offer all children and young people a chance to participate in music-making. Like Barack Obama’s “leave no child behind" message, Music Generation Galway City is there to help children, regardless of background or means, to enjoy music in their life.

Calling all children and young people — a new music hub is coming to Wellpark

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Music Generation Galway City is a new music education service for the City of the Tribes. As part of the national Music Generation network, its aim is to offer all children and young people a chance to participate in music-making. Like Barack Obama’s “leave no child behind" message, Music Generation Galway City is there to help children, regardless of background or means, to enjoy music in their life.

Calling all children and young people - there's a NEW music hub coming to GALWAY!

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Music Generation Galway City is a new music education service for the City of the Tribes. As part of the national networks of “Music Generations” all over Ireland, its aim is to offer all children and young people a chance to participate in music-making. Like Barack Obama’s “leave no child behind message”, Music Generation Galway City is here to help any child, regardless of their background or means, to enjoy music in their life.

Further education open day at Galway Community College

Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) will hold its annual open day on Tuesday, March 3, from 9am to 4pm. The college extends a warm invitation to everyone — school leavers, mature students, adults considering returning to education, teachers, and parents — to go along to the open day and explore the exciting and career-focused full-time courses commencing in September.

Into The Heart with Helen Hancock

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SONGS BY Brahms, Strauss, Mendelssohn Schubert, Fauré, and Debussy, as well as opera arias by Handel and Mozart, will be heard at a concert to raise funds for children with special needs.

Apply online now for PLC courses at Galway Community College GRETB

Galway Community College (GCC) is now taking applications online for all full-time further education courses at Level 5 and 6, commencing in September 2020. Further education, widely known as PLC courses, are full-time programmes for people who have completed their Leaving Certificate or equivalent recently or in the past, and for adults returning to education or hoping to change their career path.

Part-time courses launched in Galway Community College for January 2020

Why not sign up for a hobby/interest or upskill by registering online for one of Galway Community College's accredited courses as a way to spend those long and dreary winter evenings. It is also a good idea for a Christmas present to apply online for a course for someone special in your life.

 

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