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Huge growth potential for Castlebar with new ATU Mayo University Status

The sky is the limit for the growth and expansion plans of Mayo ATU which is already seeing dividends from its new status as a university, Castlebar councillors were informed this week.

90 per cent of parents in west worry about their children’s online viewing

Nine out of 10 parents in the west worry about the content their children could view online, according to a Vodafone Ireland study.

Team based learning the prevailing focus of European Symposium hosted in Athlone

More than 200 delegates across Ireland, the UK, Portugal, Spain, Poland, Italy, and beyond descended upon the Technological University of the Shannon, Athlone Campus, for the inaugural European TBL Symposium.

Irish charity leads the way in online learning

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The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) has launched its eLearning website, Learn with NALA. The website provides 50+ courses for free in subjects such as English, Maths, Computers and Digital Media.

Irish charity leads the way with online eLearning website

The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) has launched its eLearning website, Learn with NALA. The website provides 50+ courses for free in subjects such as English, Maths, Computers and Digital Media.

The National Sales Apprenticeship: graduating through the workplace

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The National Sales Apprenticeship is a two-year “earn and learn” programme, which leads to a recognised QQI qualification – a Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Sales.

A passage from India — Studying in Galway in the time of Covid

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Last fall, I came to the Emerald Isle from India to set free a pipe dream of pursuing creative writing. I was going to begin at the beginning with a master’s programme at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Carrying the biggest bags, I’d ever travelled with and taking the longest flight I’d ever been on, I came with a light mind that had only two things on it: the focused practice of creative writing and immersion into the Irish culture.

Simon Communities of Ireland research shows two sides of homelessness

The Simon Communities of Ireland’s has published two research reports: ‘The Experiences of Simon Community Service Users During the Pandemic’ and ‘Sustaining the Accelerant?: The response of Simon Communities to Four Waves of the Covid-19 Pandemic’.

Open day Fridays this September in Galway Community College Further Education

Choosing a course is one of the most important decisions you will make, so why not call in to Galway Community College during its open day Fridays this September and get the information you need to make it correctly.

Students urged to be cautious when seeking accommodation

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Students looking for accommodation in Galway are being urged to be cautious before committing to a private residence, to make sure the property fits the needs of all tenants, and to watch out for rental scams.

 

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