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GMIT Mayo is holding an open evening in the civic centre, Belmullet, for two construction courses and related funding opportunities on Tuesday, February 25, at 7 pm.
GMIT has won substantial funding to develop innovative online training in renewable energy systems, using a state-of-the art online energy laboratory developed in the institute over the past five years.
Glas Learning, a Kilkenny based green energy training provider, will hold an open day tomorrow (Saturday) for funded courses for those seeking roles in the ‘green economy’.
Kilkenny man Niall McManus was honoured this week with a Social Entrepreneurs Ireland award at an awards ceremony in Dublin.
The Taoiseach Brian Cowen visited NUI Galway last Friday for a sod turning ceremony to mark the construction of a new €40m engineering building. The construction project will employ up to 300 people and is due for completion by September 2011. BAM Building Ltd has been signed as the main contractor for what will be one of the largest construction projects west of the Shannon, and on completion will be the largest engineering building in the country.
Mayo Science and Technology Festival — now in its third year — has organised an innovative night of presentations, discussion, and debate on the types of technology that might be in use in 30 years time and how these will affect our lives and those of our children. Entitled Mayo 2040, the night is aimed at entrepreneurs, business people, teachers, parents, and anyone with an interest in what Mayo might be like in 30 years’ time.