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Fine Gael Galway West Deputy Seán Kyne is urging jobseekers in Galway to consider availing of one of 13 new courses available under Springboard, a scheme launched by Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn as part of the Government’s Job Initiative.
An exhibition entitled Hidden Histories of Women in Computing has gone on display at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) in NUI Galway. The exhibition highlights how, in spite of many obstacles, women have over the centuries made significant contributions to advances in communications and computer technologies.
Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) will play its part in supporting the continued development of the region, according to Michael Carmody who recently took up his new position as the GMIT president.
The Galway Alliance Against War has raised its concerns about the role of US company CACI, which provided interrogators for Abu Ghraib, being involved in the Irish census.
Galway Technical Institute, Father Griffin Road, is one of the largest providers of quality assured further education courses in the west of Ireland. The institute will host its annual open day on Tuesday March 8 from 9am to 4pm.
A Moycullen native has been appointed as the new Head of the Business School at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT).
The latest addition to the ambitious expansion plans of Athlone Institute of Technology, a €36 million extension to the engineering faculty, will be opened next month in time for the new academic year.
National College of Ireland has announced a strategic partnership with the Western Management Centre to offer local delivery of a number of the college’s most popular courses.
Galway Technical Institute will this evening host the much anticipated student art and design exhibition which will commence at 7pm.
Amid recession, job losses, gloom and despair, an event being held in Galway next Thursday (Feb 25) offers people a chance to deal constructively with unemployment and emerge newly qualified to meet future demands for a skilled workforce.