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Last Friday, 30 apprentices received their QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft, bringing the number to 95 apprentices who graduated fully in 2019 from Galway and Roscommon.
The year 1967 saw a great change in Galway as the industrial estate was being developed as a result of the Government’s decision to designate Galway as a development location, a place which would be the commercial, financial, educational, health, social, and administrative centre of the region. The IDA was buying land and building factories in anticipation of attracting industry to the county. It is a measure of its success that within two years, on Monday November 10, 1969, ANCO (An Comhairle Oiliúna) opened a new training centre on the estate.
Galway Rural Development is offering courses this autumn which will give participants the skills to be job ready. There are courses in SafePass, manual handling, HACCP, First Aid Responder, and hairdressing. Many of the labour market courses we offer are delivered in partnership with Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board.
Many hands make light work — the key to success. Galway Rural Development is pleased to be collaborating with a number of different organisations in Galway in order to deliver top quality education and training. Many of the courses are offered in partnership with Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board, and in the past few years GRD has also hosted workshops with Croi, Youthwork Ireland, Aids West, Healthy Ireland, TUSLA, Galway County PPN, and Galway County Libraries.
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.
Are you are interested in upskilling or changing career? Are you unsure about what study options to take? Do you need some career advice? Then the Engage ’18 event on Saturday, 27 January may be just what you need to kick-start your career in 2018. Taking place at the Connaught Hotel from 10 – 1, this one stop shop career event gives you the opportunity to engage with career consultants, educational providers and employers in the Galway region.
Sinn Féin Councillor, Thérèse Ruane has announced that she will not be contesting the next local elections and is to step down as a Mayo County Councillor at the end of this year. Ruane was first elected to Castlebar Town Council in 2009 having be co-opted on to the council to replace Noel Campbell, she subsequently won that seat in the next Town Council elections and in 2014 was elected a member of Mayo County Council in the Castlebar Municipal District getting 1,375 first preference votes and taking the third seat in the district. She was also part of two person Sinn Fein ticket in the 2011 general election where she was given 2,142 first preference votes.
Students at Coláiste Naomh Éinne on Inis Mór have received ‘digital’ schoolbags, joining Irish firm Wriggle’s digital learning programme alongside more than 150 schools using 30,000 devices throughout Ireland.
Jobs Expo Galway, the West’s premier recruitment event, returns this Saturday, September 16, offering attendees a huge variety of job opportunities with up to 40 leading employers, as well as career advice, seminars and workshops.
The Education and Training Working Group of the Mayo Local Community Development Committee are organising an Information, Education and Training Supports Expo in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, on Thursday, August 31, from 10am to 1.30pm. The aim of the Expo is to provide adults with information on the wide range of training and educational opportunities as well as information on the various supports and work placement programmes available to them. At the Expo there will also be workshops on self employment and returning to education and training.