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Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony, has welcomed the announcement that free educating and training places are being provided for up 6,500 people who are long-term unemployed. The Momentum programme is a Government initiative, which has been launched by the Minister for Education, Ruairí Quinn, and the Minister of State for Training and Skills, Ciarán Cannon.
When Atlantic Prosthetic Orthotic Services (APOS) Ltd first opened in 2002, the company employed two prosthetist/orthotists and one technician. Now employing over 13 people at their clinical and manufacturing base in Kilcolgan, Co Galway, APOS Ltd is one of the largest providers of prosthetic and orthotic services in Ireland. The company holds clinics (funded both publicly via HSE and privately) throughout the country and has clients from both Ireland and abroad.
The IMTA was founded in 1990 and is one of the most respected associations in the field of complementary healthcare in Ireland today. It promotes and encourages high standards in training, education, and the practice in the massage therapy profession. It is an Irish-based association promoting and assisting Irish therapists in every aspect of their professional practice.
Osteopathy is a distinct approach to healthcare based on a well-established system of clinical diagnosis. Osteopaths focus on the structure of the body, using safe, natural, manual treatment that offers a caring approach to the individual needs of each patient, at all stages of life from birth to old age.
Full Health Medical, founded and owned by Ballintubber based Paul McCarthy and Dr Ann Shortt, was named the best emerging company at the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2012 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition.
This morning, as you read this, wherever you are in the world, a man is broken, inconsolable, shattered. He is a man around whom a maelstrom of controversy has erupted in the past 48 hours. A man who just a few days ago was unknown to many of us, but who has been thrust into the limelight by a personal tragedy, the horror of which we can only try to imagine.
As we approach the sixth in what seems to be a never-ending run of austerity budgets the public, despite some spin on the part of the Government and others, just does not sense we are anywhere near emerging from the economic abyss.
Two Galway companies, Full Health Medical and Algae Health were named the Best Emerging and the Best High Growth companies respectively in the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2012 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition.
Delays in Garda vetting procedures by up to eight weeks and longer must be addressed as an urgent priority by the Justice Minister Alan Shatter.
The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, located in Ballybrit, Galway, is accommodating a range of new courses over the coming months for those with a keen interest in pursing a profession in the medical sector. This award winning institute boasts an impressive history of reputable courses which educated students in the fields of first aid and emergency care. There is also an extensive range of FETAC courses available for those intent on seeking employment as a healthcare assistant.