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Go from training directly to employment in healthcare

Bluebird Care, in conjunction with the The Cpl Institute, is delivering the QQI (formerly known as FETAC) training required to become a qualified healthcare assistant.

New homecare jobs announced

Bluebird Care, the homecare service, says it is creating 30 new jobs across Mayo and Sligo.

Autumn offers from the Irish Ambulance Training Institute

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, the award winning national training institute headquartered in Ballybrit, Galway, is offering a wide range of courses over the coming months to those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare sector.

Autumn offers with the Irish Ambulance Training Institute

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, an award winning national training institute headquartered in Ballybrit, Galway, is offering a wide range of courses over the coming months to those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare sector. The institute has a long history of delivering courses in the first aid and emergency care fields and also offers an expansive range of FETAC accredited courses for those working as or seeking employment as healthcare assistants. The institute is offering the most comprehensive range of healthcare training courses available nationwide.

Jobseekers urged to attend Galway Employment Fair

The Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton TD, will visit the Employment and Advice Fair, which takes place at the Volvo Global Village, South Park, Galway and opens today (Friday June 29) from 3pm to 8pm, and Saturday, June 30 from 10am to 4pm. The event is aimed at Irish and EU workers looking for jobs locally and throughout Europe.

Comprehensive courses in the healthcare field

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, the award winning national training institute headquartered in Ballybrit, Galway, is offering a wide range of courses over the coming months to those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare sector.

Formal qualification available for healthcare assistants

New HIQA national standards for residential care settings for older people in Ireland require staff to hold a nationally and internationally recognised qualification. With this in mind, and predicted future recruitment demand for healthcare assistants set to average 2,300 per annum between 2011 and 2020 (Skills and Labour Market Research Unit of FÁS Report), completing a Major Award at FETAC Level 5 in Healthcare Support or Nursing Studies can give those seeking work as healthcare assistants a formal qualification and can put them in a position where their skills are in high demand.

Get the right healthcare training

Impact Training Consultants has been based in Mullingar since 1991.

Denise Blanchfield scoops accolade for excellence in nursing and midwifery

A local KIlkenny nurse was honoured by her colleagues and friends recently at an event which recognises excellence in nursing.

Union slams proposed new management appointments costing €379,000 at Galway hospitals

A trade union which represents nurses, care assistants and support staff at Galway University Hospitals says it is “gobsmacked” by the HSE’s decision to appoint three new management staff with a combined salary of €379,000 to the group.

 

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