Getting third level education off to the right start

In December of 2018 Dunboyne College received confirmation from LMETB, Solas, and the Department of Education that the college will have the teaching resources to reach 1000 students from next year.  This coupled with the […]


Aiming for excellence in academic writing

The Academic Writing Centre was founded at Athlone Institute of Technology  in 2015. The centre’s aim is to promote excellence in academic writing, through a variety of means: individual support, small group sessions, large group […]

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792 new special needs assistant posts The government has announced 800 new special needs assistant posts will be allocated to schools from September and as the need for more additional supports in schools is confirmed […]


Tech Apprenticeships Expanding

Cyber Security added to the suite of tech apprenticeships ICT Associate Professional is the new National Apprenticeship Programme for all tech enthusiasts wishing to pursue a career in Ireland’s buoyant technology sector.  Over 12,000 jobs […]


Kinsale College teacher receives national award

Helena Farrell, a teacher at Kinsale College has won the inaugural John Kelly Award for Universal Design for Teaching and Learning. Helena was shortlisted with two other candidates from third level colleges.  Each candidate was […]


Want to focus on ‘the doing’?

Choose a PLC course at St Louis CS, Kiltimagh  St Louis CS, Kiltimagh has been offering post leaving cert (PLC) courses for over a decade and demand has never been so great.  “Their mixture of […]


A demographic funding crisis is looming say universities

As almost 124,000 Leaving and Junior Certificate students sat exams in June, the Irish Universities Association called on the Government to set out a sustainable funding model to prepare for these and future generations of […]


Cork charity aims to foster wellbeing in the school community

Cork charity, Ag Eisteacht, is running a second summer training course for primary school teachers in Cork to foster well-being in the school community by helping teachers to build more responsive relationships. The DES-approved ABLE4Teachers […]


Crafting careers in the hospitality sector

The Hospitality Education & Training Centre delivers specific skills and training directed at finding future employment in the hospitality industry. The centre offers a range of full time courses such as: • Bar Skills (8-10 […]


Education to bring net gains for Irish seafood sector

Equipping the Irish seafood sector with the proper and relevant skills in business, financial management, marketing, law and innovation is essential to its sustainability and growth in a post-Brexit era.  This is according to international […]


A broad range of further education opportunities

CRUMLIN College of Further Education has been offering educa- tional services in South Dublin for over 60 years. Located on Crumlin Road, its close proximity to Dublin Bus and Luas services makes it an ideal […]


Green News

New scheme for biomass boilers and anaerobic digestion heating systems The Government has opened the second phase of the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH), which will provide operational support for biomass boilers and anaerobic […]


Point Campus – Dublin’s hottest new student accommodation

Now taking bookings for 2019/2010 academic year Point Campus is Dublin’s coolest new student accommodation development conveniently located in the heart of Dublin’s regenerated Docklands area.  Our modern facilities include a gym, cinema, games area […]


UL says Call It Out

A groundbreaking LGBT+ public education and awareness campaign has been rolled out to the UL campus. Call It Out is a joint initiative of the Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) and the Hate and Hostility […]


Secure a great career at GMIT

IT IS that time of year again when the i’s need dotting and the t’s need crossing particularly around CAO final choices. The decisions you make around your preferences on the CAO application form are […]


Make a positive mental health connection today!

Poor mental health is touching our lives in ways it has never done before. People across all walks of our society are facing mental health struggles every day. Talking therapies have been proven to be […]


GMIT sponsorship is on the ball

The Gaelic Players Association and the Women’s Gaelic Players Association in association with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology unveiled new scholarships for members of the organisations.  The partnership covers four scholarships for taught masters programmes as […]


Progression and employment at North Kerry College

At North Kerry College of Further Education, Listowel, our programmes are aimed at improving the employment prospects of learners and in providing progression routes to future education. Over 90 per cent of students achieved full […]

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