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September is coming to an end and many of us will be getting into the mindset of work that can mysteriously disappear during the relaxing days of summer.
Moate Business School student, Linda Haran, has won third prize at the National Career Skills Awards.
Retrain? It’s never too late.
Danceworld is one of the west of Ireland's largest and most successful dance academies and performance stage schools with an enrolment of more than 250 dancers with classes in Ballina, Castlebar, and Wesport. Danceworld has got stronger and stronger, quickly establishing itself as a leader in the provision of entertainment and talent. Danceworld has a proven track record of the highest standards representing the evolving trends of entertainment, fashion, music, styles of dance, and attitude.
Private sector companies in Mayo are being encouraged to apply to a new training fund announced this week by Skillnets, the national training and upskilling body. The €500,000 fund is open for applications until April 30.
You know, for some people, 2013 will be their best year ever.
When someone loses their job or when their business fails, they can quickly fall out of their business networks and in the most part start to fall out of their social networks. When this happens, people start to spend more and more time at home and can often fall into a cycle which leads to social isolation, damaging their confidence, self esteem and self belief. This means that it can become much more difficult for people to get back out into the business community, looking for work or simply seeing if they can do something with their own skills to find some work to pay the bills.
1. Too much information – which sounds like a line from a sitcom, but, it is particularly true in a CV. Don’t ask the employers to wade through oceans of information. They may even decline to do so - and, even if they read it, you run the risk of the employer not seeing the important stuff you want them to see.