Agri Careers by the Irish Farmers Journal and open Eir at the RDS
promises to be a one-stop-shop for all the agriculture and agri-food recruitment needs of both employers and employees. The careers fair element of the event will host stands from employers across various sectors of agriculture and agri-food promoting vacant roles in their company and stands from third-level institutions promoting their agriculture and agri-food courses. Exhibitors will include meat processors, dairy processors and food companies, animal health, nutrition, genetics and fertiliser companies, machinery and engineering companies, agri-business and service companies, fertiliser, horticulture and forestry, retail and consumer, education and IT & Ag tech.
Current confirmed exhibitors include key industry players: major co-ops – Glanbia, Dairygold and Aurivo, two of the biggest meat processors – ABP and Kepak and agricultural-machinery manufacturer Claas. Two educational institutions which place a particular focus on agri-engineering degrees are also confirmed as exhibitors – IT Tralee and Harper Adams. Keep an eye onwww.agricareers.ie for further updates and announcements. For more information and regular updates keep an eye on www.agricareers.ie/on-the-day
All course ap plications will close for this round of interviews on Tuesday 31st January at 5pm. Courses already closed are
- Social Care
- Health Science (Pre-Nursing)
- Health Science (Physiology & Sport)
- Early Childhood Care & Education
- Certificate in Business Studies
- Outdoor Adventure Management
Other courses may close before 5pm Tuesday so I would be grateful if you could encourage any students who may be interested in our courses to apply as soon as possible.
We are seeking to interview a number of candidates, who are looking for an exciting career within butchering, learning all aspects of the trade, to financial management, the art of Boning a full carcass, which is demonstrated by Master butchers within this growing business.Click here for website …
The new admissions route is operating for a fourth year in 2016/17 and will be used to admit students on three Trinity College Dublin courses - ten places in History (TR003), ten places in Law (TR004), and five places in Ancient and Medieval History and Culture (TR028).
The three modalities which will be used to assess applicants in the study are as follows:
(a) Leaving Certificate results.
(b) Relative Performance Rank (RPR) - the performance of the applicant relative to other applicants from their school. This scale looks at the rank of the applicant compared to every other applicant from their school who has applied to any course, in any college, through the CAO.
(c) Personal and Contextual Data - provided via supplementary materials submitted by the applicant. Names of applicants, any identifying information, and the names of schools attended, will be made completely anonymous before being evaluated by the review panels.
Applicants provide Personal and Contextual Data via a Personal Statement online. Personal statements are then reviewed by expert reviewers and used as a qualifier. Qualifying personal statements will be those which the reviewers score a 1, 2, 3, or 4 on a scale of 1 to 6. Applicants whose personal statements qualify according to the above will proceed to the next stage. In the scoring process, Leaving Certificate results and the Relative Performance Rank will be weighted equally and then the candidates will be ranked in order of their combined score for modalities (a) and (b).
Maynooth University Sport Scholarships - Soccer, GAA, Rugby and Golf. Also opportunities for other sportspeople with a suitably high level of achievement. Apply online now.
Deadlines for undergraduate applications at The Lir Academy are looming!Applications for the Bachelor in Acting degree and the Foundation Diploma in Acting and Theatre need to be submitted by Wednesday 1st February 2017. Applications for the new 3 year Bachelor in Stage Management and Technical Theatre degree must be submitted by Monday 27th February 2017. All applications are online and can be found here on The Lir Academy website. Everyone who applies will be asked to come in for an audition (acting) and for an interview (stage management and technical theatre)
DKIT are running a new **FREE** online part-time Higher diploma in Science in 3D Computer Animation.
The course is going to start mid February 2017, the closing date for applications being Friday, February 3rd 2017. The course is a flexible 80% online, 20% face-to-face part-time Higher Diploma ideally suited to those who cannot commit to a full time study programme.
The HDipSc in 3D Computer Animation aims to provide students with a strong grounding and transferable skills in Digital Animation Production processes and techniques for 3D Computer Animation. The course is developed to enable learners to become competent in the more artistically – focused disciplines within computer animation and produce graduates with a range and depth of technical and artistic skills necessary to become future Technical Directors. This Higher Diploma has a specific focus on Technical Direction for the computer animation of film, television and gaming.
Students will gain vital knowledge of the production pipeline alongside vital programming skills using Python along with software skills in programs such as Maya, Adobe Premiere Pro, PhotoShop and Unreal Engine 4.
To apply for the HDipSc in 3D Computer Animation, follow this link: https://springboardcourses.ie/details/4541
The closing date for applications is Friday, February 3rd 2017.
Maynooth University – Change In Third Language Requirement For Business, Accounting, Finance And Law Degree Programmes
We write to advise that the Senate of the National University of Ireland recently approved the proposal to remove the third language requirement for Maynooth University’s Business, Accounting, Finance and Law degree programmes.
With effect from today, for entry 2017 and subsequently, a third language is not required for any of the MH400 and MH500 degrees; namely MH401, MH403, MH404, MH405, MH407, MH411 as well as MH501 and MH502.
Applicants for any of the above degrees, who are not presenting a third language, may add one or more of the above courses to their CAO list before February 1st, 2017 or in the change of mind period between May 5th and July 1st, 2017.
Mechanical Automation & Maintenance
Togher, Co Cork
Are you a proactive individual looking to significantly enhance your skill-set? If so, this is an incredible opportunity to learn and grow with a globally successful company.
As an international industrial valve company, our client’s expertise is in the design and manufacture of process critical valves. They’re now looking for a number of Apprentice Mechanical Automation & Maintenance Fitters to join their four year apprenticeship programme
Apprenticeships are an exceptional way to kick start your career and give you a leg up at the same time. Combining on-the-job training with other forms of learning, Apprentices have the chance to develop essential skills and work alongside experienced professionals whilst earning a wage that is set to rise as they develop.
As a Mechanical Automation & Maintenance Fitter, you’ll learn a wide range of techniques to become a qualified craftsperson and gain your Level 6 Advanced Certificate.
Working alongside a talented team of fitters, you’ll learn all aspects of the manufacturing process using both manual and CNC machines, as well as bench fitting and machine & plant maintenance
Many craftspeople use their qualification as a platform to launch their careers as engineers, managers, business owners and more. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to enhance your future prospects and kick-start an exciting career – apply today.
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School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Dublin Institute of Technology
WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2017
6:00pm to 8:00pm
CAO applicants and their parents are invited to an Information Evening at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, DIT, Kevin St., Dublin 8. The Information Evening will focus on the range of programmes on offer in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Staff from the School will be on hand to provide details of the courses on offer, the career options, the entry requirements and to answer any questions. Mature, non-standard and advanced entry applicants are also welcome.
Further details on our programmes are available on:
For further information call (01) 402 4575/4617/4650 or firstname.lastname@example.org