Monthly Archives: June 2016

WIT launches “Study in the South East” campaign in support of Three Sisters bid

Waterford Institute of Technology is encouraging parents and CAO applicants to consider the option of studying locally. This is not only financially sensible, but will offer significant benefits should the “Three Sisters” be named one the European Capitals of Culture … Continue reading

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Surge in interest in Polish medical colleges

Over twenty students have already been accepted to prestigious Polish medical colleges this year before the Leaving Cert has even finished. Each year more school leavers are looking to add options for their future studies. The Leaving Cert exams finish … Continue reading

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New Higher Certificate in Exercise & Health Fitness from Motions Health & Fitness

Motions Health & Fitness is a training provider that offers people who are interested in health & fitness the opportunity to work at what they love. Motions run a number of university accredited courses in Dublin for anybody interested in … Continue reading

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Media Communications Summer Course for teenagers

The Irish Academy of Public Relations will be running a media communications summer course for teenagers this July. The course is open to students aged 13 to 17 years old and will be held at University College Dublin. The course is … Continue reading

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One day training courses from Pery Square Business College

Pery Square Business College will be holding a number of one-day training days helping students to upskill. These include a one day PowerPoint training course, which will teach students how to give professional presentations. Pery Square offers PowerPoint Training at … Continue reading

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Major Digital Skills Deficit in Growth Sectors, says Leading Educator and Entrepreneur

Improving digital skills among existing workers, as well as new graduates, will be crucial if we are to maintain Ireland’s competitive edge in a number of growth sectors. That’s according to Paul Dunne, CEO and Founder of Digital Skills Academy. … Continue reading

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