Free Event: Growing your Business in Changing Times

Free Event: Growing your Business in Changing Times

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The DCU National Centre for Family Business will host a conference and networking event titled Growing your Business in Changing Times on October 24 at DCU Business School. There, enterprising families…
Summer Economic Statement Released

Summer Economic Statement Released

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Financial Announcement Wondering about Ireland’s fiscal future? The Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D. insists the economy is in good shape. Yesterday, Donohoe published the Government’s…
We welcome the Creative Institute to Corporate Training

We welcome the Creative Institute to Corporate Training

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We are proud to welcome Tracy Aspel and her Creative Institute to Corporate Training. The Creative Institute specialises in communications, creative thinking and personal development. The Institute offers a variety…
Brexit may be an opportunity for Irish universities

Brexit may be an opportunity for Irish universities

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Global education firm EduCo International Group has claimed that Brexit offers a major opportunity for Irish universities. The company plans to set up an Irish branch to attract international students.…
Carlow’s new Walsh Distillery creates 55 jobs

Carlow’s new Walsh Distillery creates 55 jobs

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Carlow’s new Walsh Distillery has created 55 new jobs for the county. The distillery is Carlow’s first whiskey-making facility in more than 200 years. The new €25m facility at Royal…
Kenny’s all-Ireland Brexit forum rebuffed by Foster

Kenny’s all-Ireland Brexit forum rebuffed by Foster

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Enda Kenny’s proposed all-Ireland forum to mitigate Brexit fallout has met with a frosty reception from Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster. Foster has said that such a forum is…
Fees and performance targets for third-level funding?

Fees and performance targets for third-level funding?

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Fees, as well as performance targets, for third-level funding may be on the way. Minister for Education Richard Bruton is drawing up plans that would reward or withhold additional funding…
Construction careers on the rise according to CAO figures

Construction careers on the rise according to CAO figures

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New CAO figures show that students are opting to study for careers linked to construction. Architecture, engineering and business courses are popular for students entering college this autumn. It is…
Irish people need to pursue lifelong learning

Irish people need to pursue lifelong learning

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One in ten Dubliners have engaged in lifelong learning. That’s more than twice as many people in Ireland’s south-east, mid-east and border regions. Lifelong learning and upskilling helps adults achieve…
Robots will encourage upskilling

Robots will encourage upskilling

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It might be a while before we have robots to bring us tea – we can but dream – but robotic process automation (RPA) could radically change our work lives.…
Survey: Courses and Training in Ireland

Survey: Courses and Training in Ireland

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Got a few minutes to complete our survey? The Courses and Training in Ireland Survey 2017 tracks people’s experience of part-time courses, adult education and training options in Ireland. As…