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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.
FÁS, in partnership with the Westmeath County Library Service, is delighted to resume the FÁS eLearning at the Library project in Mullingar and Athlone libraries.
Galway Executive Skillnet has rolled out its autumn/winter schedule of subsidised training courses.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has appointed Dr Deirdre Garvey to the new full-time position of lifelong learning co-ordinator at GMIT Castlebar. Fresh in her role Dr Garvey has advised that upskilling is vital to meet the challenges of ever-evolving technologies and changes in the workplace.
Galway Technical Institute, Father Griffin Road, will host its annual open day on Wednesday March 11 from 9am to 5pm. GTI is the largest provider of quality assured further education (FE) courses in the west of Ireland.
The much-anticipated end of year student art and design Exhibition at Galway Technical Institute will take place today (Thursday) at 7pm. Students of the art portfolio preparation, furniture making and design, fashion design, and interior design further education courses will display their paintings, drawings, sculptures, furniture, garments, and interior design portfolios. The exhibition will showcase the creativity, talent, and innovative ideas for which GTI students are renowned.
FÁS, in partnership with the Westmeath County Library Service, are delighted to introduce the FÁS eLearning at the Library Project to the Mullingar and Athlone libraries.
A new deal between Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and Nanchang University, China, has been described as ‘momentous’. The strategic partnership agreement with the Chinese university, which is ranked as one of the top 100 universities in China, will have a huge impact for Castlebar and the entire region, according to Labour councillor Harry Barrett.