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School leavers and mature students who are considering Galway Community College as their further education destination in September 2019 can apply and register online now on all QQI accredited courses. All courses offer a mix of practical and portfolio work and work experience. They are designed as a step towards skilled employment or progression to higher education institutes. There are no CAO points required for further education courses and after completion you can apply for more than 1,200 CAO courses that accept a QQI award for progression purposes.
School leavers and mature students who are considering Galway Community College as their further education destination in September 2019 have the opportunity to gather information on all courses, speak with staff, and register for their preferred course on Wednesday May 22 from 5pm to 7pm in the college, located at Moneenageisha Junction.
Build your career as a computer programmer with the Java Software Develop Course starting shortly at the GRETB Training Centre in Mervue Business Park, Mervue, Galway.
Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) will hold its annual open day on Tuesday March 5 from 9am to 4pm. GCC is centrally located at Moneenageisha Junction and staff are looking forward to welcoming future learners of full-time courses commencing in September, to the open day to showcase what the college has to offer.
Full Health Medical, a Mayo based company with operations in the UK and Ireland, have been listed in the annual Global Digital Health 100 by medical journal, The Journal of mHealth.
Galway Community College continues to offer full time further education courses at Level 5 and 6. The GCC tutors are continually developing new courses and modules in line with industry trends in employment and links to higher education. New courses will commence at GCC in September 2019 in business, science, film, trades, sport, and IT.
Participants in the City & Guilds and QQI Level 5 and 6 courses in software development from the ICT AP pilot programme received their certificates recently.
Athlone based, Neueda Technologies, were the prime source of job creativity and one of the positive aspects behind a 14% rise in IDA employment within the Midlands region in 2018.
The New Year has arrived and many of us have set goals and targets for 2019 which may include getting fit, going on a diet, or taking up a new pastime.
Minister Denis Naughten has encouraged some of the world’s biggest tech companies to consider locating investment in new jobs to the midlands region, in light of the fact that the area is rapidly becoming ‘the silicon heartlands of europe’.