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Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has announced new partnerships with two education and training boards, aimed at improving access to third-level courses in the institute for post Leaving Certificate (PLC) and further education (FE) students in the region.
Athenry Vocational School has been to the forefront in the provision of further education courses since the inception of the concept of lifelong learning and has had tremendous success with students obtaining a qualification which has led to employment opportunities and access to third level courses using the alternative CAO route.
The healthcare sector in Ireland has witnessed significant changes in the last 10 years. Increased regulation now means Carers and healthcare workers are required to obtain FETAC/QQI accredited courses in order to work in this sector.
Despite vast changes in the business world, some courses are still the bedrock on which companies operate. A business qualification provides a stepping stone not only for job opportunities but also for career advancement.
Galway Community College continues to offer a wide variety of courses for school leavers and continuing professional development. There is a broad range of FETAC/QQI Level 5 and 6 courses on offer, with tutors constantly developing new modules and links to business.
It is that time of year again, the much anticipated Leaving Certificate results have arrived and now the worry and impatience is building as students await the first round of offers. Students are under pressure to achieve CAO points, choose the right course, plan a career, and with that comes much uncertainty. The Learning Institute would like to reassure school leavers that your future does not have to be dependent on points. The Learning Institute makes the point that there are alternative routes to education and employment even if you do not get your first choice.
HiTec Education Centre has just received full validation for new FETAC awards. The company is one of the first private colleges in the west of Ireland to offer these new awards in childcare and healthcare. It offers these through different delivery methods with classroom based, online, and blended learning options.
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.
St Louis Community School in Kiltimagh is offering 12 further education (PLC) programmes in five subject areas for the 2012 academic year.
The co-ordinator of an education and training centre for early school leavers in the city is urging young people to view education as the key to surviving the recession.