Education opportunities at Galway Atlantaquaria DPSM Discover Centre

Welcome to Galway Atlantaquaria, the National Aquarium of Ireland. As Ireland’s largest Native Species Aquarium, we are the perfect location for school tours and workshops based around Ireland’s marine environment and biodiversity, sustainability, environmental awareness, […]


It’s Your Choice – The SCFE Experience

Upcoming OPEN DAY 20th November 10am to 2pm Our OPEN DAY is the one to look forward to on Wednesday  20th November 2019 from 10am to 2pm.  There will be a range of presentations, demonstrations […]


Vocal health is a key factor for teachers

Janet Shell was a Head of Music before retraining as a classical singer. She now teaches singing both in schools and privately and maintains a performance profile.  She set up Talking Voice over 10 years […]


Different pathways to success at Pearse College

Pearse College of Further Education is based in Crumlin in Dublin city. Their courses are designed to prepare students for employment and third level education in an adult-friendly environment. But the College is not only […]


Dunboyne College of Further Education

In September Dunboyne College of Further Education commenced its 17th year of offering a quality education product to Meath, west Dublin, north Kildare and surrounding areas. We have grown to over 900 students doing QQI […]


The way we wore at the National Museum

The history of Irish fashion in clothing and jewellery. Come and see garments made in Irish fabrics and the importance of textile production and clothing manufacture to the economy of the country. The Way We […]


The Pearse Museum and Rathfarnham Castle

It’s worth considering a day trip to Rathfarnham where you can visit Rathfarnham Castle and the Pearse Museum, just 30 minutes from the city centre and 10 minutes’ drive from each other. A lively, informative […]


Hidden army of young carers in Irish schools

Young carers are children and young people under the age of 18 whose lives are in some way affected because they provide care, assistance or support to another family member. Young adult carers are recognised […]


Four reasons to walk the Camino with your students

Whether you teach history, languages, geography or simply want to boost your students’ sense of self-esteem and teamwork skills – walking the Camino de Santiago is perfect for your student group. Our Camino adventure sees […]


Blackrock Further Education Institute

For many years Further Education, and in particular Post Leaving Cert. (PLC) provision has been the “Cinderella” of the Irish education system. Even with over 30,000 participants annually, PLC Colleges and Further Education Institutes fall […]


Life and Death in Medieval Kilkenny

Since 2017, the Medieval Mile Museum has shared the stories of Ireland’s most powerful patrons and inspired creators. In what was a 13th century parish church, the award-winning museum is now an amalgamation of cutting-edge […]


Naomi is cutting it as an accounting apprentice

A Waterford hair stylist is thriving as an accounting apprentice after swapping the salon for the office and classroom, thanks to an innovative programme A former hair stylist is cutting it in a completely new […]


An Insight into a Coal Mining Life

The Arigna Mining Experience in Co. Roscommon will certainly appeal to those looking for a day out with a difference. The visitor centre is located in a beautiful scenic location overlooking Lough Allen. Now a […]


Careers in the Irish Defence Forces

The Irish Defence Forces is the military of Ireland. We encompass the Army, the Naval Service, the Air Corps and the Reserve Defence Forces. The Army is a standing force and provides the primary capabilities […]


Teachers’ Union of Ireland Credit Union

More than half of adults in Ireland own a credit card. A substantial six in ten however don’t know what interest rate they pay. This is despite the fact that most credit card owners use […]


The best student accommodation in Sligo

Situated near the wooded surroundings of Lough Gill, Ardnua Village is within 600m of Sligo City Centre and the Instiotute of Technology Sligo. The bus for St.Angela’s College stops at the gate twice daily. Ardnua […]


The Carpentry Store

Our business is The Carpentry Store and we are an innovative woodworking centre that services the trade, schools and enthusiasts sector all over the island of Ireland. The Carpentry Store is based in the M7 […]


Nursing or Midwifery at Trinity College

We asked 3rd year student Ida Lis about her experiences as a Children’s and General Nursing student. Why did you apply to nursing in Trinity?  Ever since I can remember, I have been interested in […]


Training Services at Kilkenny and Carlow ETB

Training Services at Kilkenny and Carlow ETB offer an extensive range of free full time training programmes for young people and adults who wish to develop the skills and competencies that are required for the […]