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Voice Over Casters for ‘Game Of Thrones’ and ‘Love/Hate’ comes to Galway for unique Workshop!

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The truth is, Voice Over work is real. There are real opportunities for undiscovered voice talent. Voice Overs are heard on radio ads, tv ads, feature films, on-hold messaging, audio books, e-learning, animation, computer games, and so much more. Voice Over is everywhere.

Develop your career with a Level 7 science degree

Would you like to develop your career in the medical device, biopharmaceutical, and pharmaceutical sectors in the west and midwest? Enrol now to gain a Level 7 science degree in one year part-time, funded through Springboard.

HSA launches online construction safety course for local contractors and self employed

The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has launched a short, interactive on-line course titled ‘An Introduction to Construction Safety for Small Contractors and the Self-Employed’.

Learn Irish Sign Language in class or online with Sign Language Courses

Sign Language Courses celebrates the Deaf community and is pleased that Irish Sign Language or ISL is well on its way through the Seanad political stages (achieved three of five) toward achieving formal recognition. This will put the language on equal footing with Irish and English and will have legal and formal positive effects on how information is disseminated, circulated, and on how accessible formal and informal technologies such as television will be experienced, with increased number of programmes subtitled and interpreted by sign language. Services and social life in general will become more accessible. The organisation encourages the non-deaf community to participate with the Deaf community so that they may experience its culture and appreciate ISL.

Ring allocates €309,296 for social enterprise projects in Mayo

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Minister for State for Regional Economic Development, Michael Ring, this week announced the allocation of €309,296 for seven social enterprises in Mayo.  The funding is part of a €1.648 million allocation made by Minister Ring from the Dormant Accounts Fund to 42 social enterprise projects across the country.  

Minister announces thirty new jobs at online education platform Alison

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Alison, one of the world’s largest free e-learning platforms, last week welcomed Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor to their newly refurbished offices in Galway Technology Park, Parkmore to announce the creation of 30 new jobs due to the company’s expansion.

HSA launches free ‘Managing Driving for Work’ online course

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The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has launched a free short on-line course, aimed at helping employers to manage safe driving for work, on its e-learning portal The short 30 minute online course was developed in partnership with the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána. It will assist employers to understand their legal obligations, in relation to managing driving for work activities, and manage the main risks associated with driving for work.

NUI Galway spin out company Qpercom electronically marks final year medicine practical exams

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A total of 220 final year medical students from the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at NUI Galway recently completed their final year practical exams, the first time that these students and their examiners have participated in electronically marked exams provided by University spin out company, Qpercom.

Make your business safer, leaner, and more mobile in the cloud

No matter what industry you operate in, or the size of your company, in today’s fast moving society, if you haven’t yet embraced the cloud then your company is missing a major trick.

NUI Galway announce appointment of first ever VP for Equality and Diversity in an Irish university

NUI Galway today announced the appointment of Professor Anne Scott as Vice President for Equality and Diversity. This is the first appointment of its kind in an Irish University.


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