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People reskilling must be trained in relevant sectors states An Taoiseach

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has commended the work done by Áras Inis Gluaire in developing the centre as a new media training hub in Mayo.

Galway Community College continues to offer PLC courses in many exciting areas

Galway Community College continues to offer a wide variety of courses for school leavers and continuing professional development. There is a broad range of FETAC/QQI Level 5 and 6 courses on offer, with tutors constantly developing new modules and links to business.

Free practical digital marketing tips from experts

Online Marketing in Galway welcomes The Dough Bros’ Eugene Greaney and Snap Ireland’s Franco De Bonis to its free digital marketing meeting on June 24 in the Harbour Hotel.

Increase in points for 60 per cent of AIT courses

There has been an increase in points for 30 of the 50 programmes offered by Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) through the CAO, with some 15 courses increasing by 25 points or more.

Postgraduate information systems students showcase voluntary work

Postgraduate students in Information Systems at NUI Galway recently showcased voluntary work that benefited local organisations in Galway.

Postgraduate information systems students showcase voluntary work

Postgraduate students in Information Systems at NUI Galway recently showcased voluntary work that benefited local organisations in Galway.

Galway business offers free support to developing companies

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Level One, Galway’s successful serviced office company, is offering free support to new start-ups and growing businesses. Wishing to help stimulate business development in Galway, Level One is providing advice through established service providers in the areas of finance, IT, law, graphic design and web development.

Increase in demand for AIT courses

There has been an increase in the number of people applying to study at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). Figures released by the Central Applications Office (CAO) show an increase of more than 300 applicants to both honours degrees and higher certificates/ordinary degrees at the institute.

Innovators and ideas persons wanted to speak at Bizcamp event

Entrepreneurs, innovators and people with ideas in the West region are invited to get involved as both speakers and learners for an upcoming conference with a difference.

Kilkenny’s the 17th most popular location for starting a business

Bank of Ireland Business Banking issued its latest Business Start-up Barometer that tracks the number of new businesses starting up in Ireland. The report showed that Kilkenny ranked number 17 with 181 new business start-ups during the year.

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