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Mayo Recovery College, the first college of its kind in Ireland, will open its doors to the people of Mayo and beyond this autumn. The college aims to expand the mental health services towards the building of a greater quality of life for service users by committing to give equal attention to the personal or lived experience of people with mental health difficulties, their family members/friends, and professional expertise; and empowering the community to accommodate human distress and ensure full citizenship for all service users. In essence, the recovery college will recognise the equal importance of both professional expertise and lived experience.
The Learning Curve Institute will again deliver its highly popular Leaving Cert French and Spanish oral courses on in Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar during the Easter holidays.
Myths and mystery often surround the use of illegal substances. On Friday night, November 16, there will be a free information talk on drug use in Ireland in the Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar (near GMIT).
National training and education provider The Learning Curve Institute will deliver its FETAC accredited minor awards in drug and alcohol addiction and mental health awareness in Galway this October and February respectively.
West of Ireland based The Learning Curve Institute has developed a multi-platform approach to language learning and revision for the Leaving Certificate.
The Learning Curve Institute is bringing French and Spanish for intermediates to Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar in April.
Students from Mayo, Galway, Dublin, and Dundalk travelled to Castlebar this week to receive their FETAC accredited minor awards in addiction, mental health, and languages from Minister of State Michael Ring in an award ceremony run by the Learning Curve Institute.
National FETAC accredited training and education specialists, The Learning Curve Institute, will again deliver its highly popular Leaving Cert French and Spanish oral course on Saturday February 25 in The Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar.
In a recent report by Eurostudent employers again highlighted the need for candidates with foreign language skills. The people of Mayo can now answer this call as national training and education expert, The Learning Curve Institute, brings its FETAC accredited minor awards in French and Spanish for beginners to The Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar, in October.
The staff of the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar undertook a Responsible Service of Alcohol course this month. The hotel is the first to carry out such training in the midlands region. The three-hour workshop focused on providing staff with the necessary skills to cope with situations arising from working in the industry.