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With the public sector once again fully immersed in the graduate recruitment cycle, it is interesting to see current trends in the graduate recruitment landscape, both in terms of what graduates are expecting and what employers are seeking. Every year, gradireland compile the Graduate Salary & Graduate Recruitment Trends Survey, which provides a panoramic view […]
Education Health
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Education
The Burren LIFE Project, which ensures the protection of the unique biodiversity of the Burren, has won an EU LIFE nature award. A total of 15 projects were selected as finalists for the keenly contested awards by an expert jury, who looked at their long-term sustainability, communication potential and broader impact on a national, European […]
Education
Managers and geologists from over 60 European UNESCO Global Geoparks gathered in County Clare last month to attend an international meeting and to visit the Burren & Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark. The Geopark, managed by Clare County Council, was hosting European Geoparks Network members from across the continent including Iceland, Croatia, Spain, Norway, […]
Education Technology
The ‘open’ or ‘staffless’ library has completed its pilot stage and is now being rolled out in many libraries across the country. Yet, anger still rages amongst librarians who feel they are being viewed as obsolete, as well as the public who fear libraries will become soulless repositories. Do we have a right to be […]
Education
All second level schools will open as usual tomorrow after the Association of Secondary School Teachers in Ireland suspended its industrial action. The union and the Department of Education have both accepted an invitation from the chair of the Teachers’ Conciliation Council, Anna Perry, to attend talks with her tomorrow. Ms Perry is also Director […]
Education
The pay gap between new teachers and more established colleagues has emerged as one of the most fiercely debated issues in the looming strike. The ASTI insists that teachers who entered the profession during the crash lag far behind those who started just a few years earlier. Yet Minister for Education Richard Bruton insists there […]
Education
The Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, and the Minister for Social Protection, Leo Varadkar TD, have today (Thursday) announced that over 2.5 million images of historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths from the General Register Office (GRO) are now available online for the first time. The images, […]
Education
Over 55,000 students will receive their results today in Ireland. More than 4,000 students have failed their Leaving Cert maths exams, effectively locking them out of many third-level courses which require a pass as a basic entry requirement. Grades in the higher level maths paper have stabilised with more than 70 per cent securing an […]
Education
Carrying a bag full of books home from the shops is an exhausting experience. And book shops can be expensive! We’ve compiled a list of five of the best places to buy books online, so you can have your favorite author shipped directly to your door. Book depository By far the best website to order […]
Education
Eight volunteers from Donegal County Council were awarded with the 2016 Junior Achievement Ireland Awards last week. The programme sees volunteers from the Council giving 45 minutes of their time each week to deliver a six week course in different primary schools in their areas. Donegal County Council have been involved with the Junior Achievement […]
Education
While college is important, particularly in the information age, there is much to be said for the autodidact. In the age of technology, and the internet, it’s never been easier to educate yourself. Here, we’ve included our top 5 apps that will help with learning, for readers who are too busy to enrol this year. […]
Education
Proving there is always something new to learn, Limerick’s Lifelong Learning Festival kicks off this week with over 150 events and activities to interest, entertain and engage people of all ages! The festival, now in its fifth year, runs from Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th March 2015. This year’s festival theme ‘Learning for Positive Living’ links learning […]
Education
EXCEL 15 is Mayo County Council’s annual celebration of young people’s creativity takes place this month. As always there will be a whole host of events, workshops, exhibitions and showcases awaiting this year’s young audiences and events are happening right across the west county. The EXCEL 15 programme is designed for teenagers and young adults […]
Education
Meath County Council are inviting applications from Primary Schools throughout Meath to get involved in our new Pride of Place 2015 initiative. Meath County Council has recently launched a School Gardening Awards Scheme under the Pride of Place for Primary Schools. This new initiative aims to provide primary school children with the opportunity to learn […]
Education
The CARA National Adapted Physical Activity Centre in conjunction with the Irish Rugby Football Union and with the support of the Department of Justice and Equality, announced their second Xcessible Youth Sport Initiative aimed at increasing awareness of participation opportunities for children with disabilities in sport and physical activity. Xcessible Inclusive Youth