Study Home Economics at St. Angela’s College – New for 2019!St. Angela’s College, Sligo are offering a new BA in Home Economics commencing September 2019 (CAO Code: AS054). This four year, Level 8 Honours Degree is aimed at students with a passion for Home Economics and who are interested in developing a diverse range of knowledge and practical skills underpinned by the subjects three core disciplines: Food Studies; Textiles Fashion and Design; Family Resource Management. Students undertake a 20 week placement in Year 3 of the programme which will allow them to gain further valuable experience in their field. Graduates will find rewarding careers in both community setting such as Home Management Advisorsand Early Years Inspectors, Child and Family Agency Section
Graduates may also find employment in industry such as Food Product Development, Food Advisors or Product (equipment) Testers.
For more information visit http://www.stangelas.nuigalway.ie/departments/course_details.php?id=AS054&&ver=en
Combilift Engineering TraineeshipCombilift based in Monaghan will hold an Information Evening on Wednesday 6th March at 7pm for those interested in applying for places on its Engineering Traineeship.
Recruitment is now open for the 5th year of this very successful Level 5 Traineeship which is offered in association with Cavan and Monaghan Education and Training Board (CMETB). The Traineeship is fully funded with no course fees and applicants may also be eligible for a bursary from Combilift. Work placement is offered on-site at Combilift in Monaghan with successful graduates of the course eligible to apply for full-time positions with Combilift on completion.
Further details on the Traineeship are available at https://combilift.com/combilift-training/ Further information is available from firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
WIT President’s Scholarship closing date extended for WIT CAO applicants
Are any of your students interested in studying Law? On April 12th 2019, we would love to have your aspiring law students come in and experience what it is like to be a ‘Law student for a Day’ here at Griffith College.
The day will consist of sample lectures, analysing a criminal case, getting a law student mentor to give the potential students an insight into what being a law student is like, and campus tours!
Lunch will be also be provided on the day so the students don’t need to bring a packed lunch!
If any of your students are interested in spending the day getting an insight into studying Law please do let us know by return of this mail and we can send you on further details.
Please note, we have limited availability on the day and we want to accommodate as many students as possible so if you do have a student who is interest please get in touch.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
If you are interested please contact us at this email firstname.lastname@example.org
During March and April 2019, Carlow College, St. Patrick’s are holding a series of workshops which have been developed in conjunction with our Degree in Social, Political and Community Studies. The workshops which are aimed at 4th, 5th and 6th year students and will engage them in sociological and political issues. They will explore human rights, equality and social change with the impact of social media and our ‘always on’ culture.
On completion students will have enhanced social awareness along with enhanced practical skills. The workshops will be facilitated by Stephanie Hanlon. Stephanie is a Lecturer on our Social, Political and Community Studies degree and specialises in Direct Provision in Ireland, Immigration Policy, Social Policy, Citizenship and Immigration. She has worked with refugees and asylum seekers for 10 years, was the Irish and European Ambassador for the No Hate Speech Movement and has worked with the Gender Quality Unit in the Council of Europe. Stephanie is happy to work with schools to focus on particular curriculum subjects.
For information about how your students can benefit from these workshops please contact: SLO@CarlowCollege.ie
WIT’s Art+Design Open Studio is aimed at students wishing to pursue either the BA (Hons) in Visual Art or the BA (Hons) in Design (Visual Communications). This new and exciting event is an ideal way for students from secondary schools and colleges of further education to experience what college life is like for an art and design student in WIT.Click here for more information …
Trinity College Dublin – New QQI/FE Entry Routes for 2019
We are very pleased to announce that three new QQI/FE entry routes for 2019. The courses involved are Business, Economic and Social Studies (TR081); Global Business (TR080); Law (TR004). Full details of the admission requirements for the new routes can be found at https://www.tcd.ie/study/apply/guidance-counselors/
A major shortage of construction workers is being made worse by a “myriad of problems” in the apprenticeship system, the president of Cork Institute of Technology has said.Barry O’Connor was speaking as the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) warned of nine in 10 firms experiencing “severe difficulties” in sourcing tradespeople, especially in block laying, plastering, tiling, and painting and decorating.
The CIF report said there was also “a severe lack of engineers, quantity surveyors, foremen, project managers, general operatives, ground workers and apprentices”.
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