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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.
Following the very successful club development seminar held earlier this year Mayo Sports Partnership is calling all sports clubs in the region to sign up for the 2012 social media seminar for sports clubs in the Mayo Education Centre, Old Westport Rd, Castlebar, on Wednesday December 5.
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).
“Take some simple steps to improve your health.” This is the call to action from local heart and stroke charity Croí, which has teamed up with the HSE in Mayo to launch the inaugural Mayo Healthy Living Month which takes place during May.
West of Ireland based The Learning Curve Institute has developed a multi-platform approach to language learning and revision for the Leaving Certificate.
Following the recent announcement by Minister of State for Sport and Tourism Michael Ring of the Government’s €30 million fund to develop sporting facilities across the country, Mayo Sports Partnership will host an information workshop on the scheme to assist groups, etc, in making an application. The workshop will take place in the Mayo Education Centre on Wednesday April 11 at 8pm. The workshop will be delivered by Joe Butler who has been instrumental in securing sports capital funding for the Mayo Football Association’s facility in Milebush. Joe has assisted many organisations and groups from various codes in the past in their applications. To register for the seminar please contact the Mayo Sports Partnership office at 094-9047025 or at www.mayosports.ie
Mayo County Council’s Excel 11 is a developmental programme of arts events for teenagers and young adults across county Mayo. The programme focuses on supporting and developing the skills of young people with specific arts interests, while also providing opportunities for young Mayo people to get involved in quality arts events during the month of November.
Does your club have a children’s officer? Recommendations from the Irish Sports Council are that every club involved with children and young people should appoint a children’s officer.
A free seminar on all you might want to know about eating disorders is taking place in the Mayo Education Centre, Westport Road, Castlebar, on Tuesday October 25 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.