Explore Your Options – Education, Careers and Volunteering information event to be held in Borrisoleigh

Explore Your Options – Education, Careers and Volunteering event will be held in Borrisoleigh Community Hall on Tuesday, November 26th from 10.30 – 12.30pm. This free information session will provide the public with an opportunity to meet representatives with expertise in career guidance, training and volunteering. There will be representatives there from North Tipperary Development […]

ESB Science Blast Takes Off in Tipperary as Parents of Primary School Kids See Science as Key to Their Future

Limerick and Belfast event follows successful and well-received Dublin event Entire 3rd to 6th classes involved in a non-competitive education programme investigating the science behind a simple question Research with Munster parents reveals: o 77% believe basic scientific knowledge gives their children an advantage in life o 95% want their children to learn science to develop critical thinking and […]

School Transport Schemes Need To Be Fair – Ombudsman For Children

The Ombudsman for Children, Dr Niall Muldoon, has today (Monday), published School Transport In Focus, a report outlining a number of cases where the administration of school transport was not in the best interests of the children involved. Dr Niall Muldoon, Ombudsman for Children stated: “In our report, School Transport In Focus, we look at school transport […]

Education And Training In Europe: Inequality Remains A Challenge

The 2017 edition of the Commission’s Education and Training Monitor, published today, shows that national education systems are becoming more inclusive and effective. Yet it also confirms that students’ educational attainment largely depends on their socio-economic backgrounds. The Ireland report says: “Irish students’ basic skills in reading, mathematics and science are high and relatively unaffected by […]

Ireland’s First Degree Course In Brewing And Distilling Receives Worldwide Recognition

As Institute of Technology Carlow prepares to welcome the first intake of students on the country’s only honours degree course in brewing and distilling, the programme has received a huge endorsement by becoming one of only four in the world to achieve recognition by the prestigious Institute of Brewing and Distilling (IBD).   And Walsh […]

UCC Springboard Courses Re-Energise Careers

Graduates of the Springboard+ adult education course have their lives “transformed” by the skills and expertise they acquire over their year-long programme, according to Dr Séamus Ó Tuama, Director of Adult Continuing Education at UCC. Dr Ó Tuama says the Springboard+ initiative has helped countless people restart or re-energise their careers. “I have seen graduates […]

New online course for Prediabetes & Type 2

We developed an online educational course that people can follow from the comfort of their own home following a visit to their GP where they have been told one of 2 things : “you have Type 2 diabetes” or “if you don’t change your diet and lifestyle you will get Type 2 – you have […]

CyberSmarties – Safe Educational Social Network For Primary Schools

Cybersmarties.com is the First Safe Educational Social Network designed specifically for Primary School Kids. With specialists in anti cyber-bullying technology and behavioral analysis, CyberSmarties.com uses in-built security software to allow kids to use social media in a controlled and safe environment without the fear of harassment or cyberbullying. This educates and empowers them to protect their own wellbeing, promoting self-awareness and awareness of others. This is the […]

WIT Information Evening On How To Upskill For Work And Life

People thinking about study from Waterford’s neighbouring counties invited to the information evening on part-time and postgraduate study options at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) WIT is holding an event on Tuesday, 17 May aimed at prospective students for WIT part-time and postgraduate programmes including courses funded under the Government’s ICTSkills/Springboard programme. The majority of WIT’s students […]

USI Welcomes The SUSI Grant Changes

The Union of Students in Ireland said they welcome the SUSI grant changes calling them a step forward in higher education and social mobility. At the moment, students may deduct €3,809 of their holiday earnings from family income before the assessment for grant eligibility is done, but that is being raised to €4,500 for the […]

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