Project managers announce all-island working group on Brexit

Irish project managers have announced the establishment of a cross-border working group to address Brexit, at the Ireland Chapter of […]

Training for frontline workers

Courses for frontline workers to engage with and empower clients

Ag Éisteacht, a registered charity aimed at promoting effective communication and engagement, is hosting a number of courses to support frontline workers in the fields of healthcare and education in Dublin and Cork in May 2015.

Cork Fertility Centre to host free fertility advice seminar

Cork Fertility Centre, one of Ireland’s leading fertility and IVF clinics, is to host a free information seminar on Saturday, 21st March 2015 at the Kingsley Hotel, Cork at 10am.

Cancer app funded by the CUH Charity

Breast cancer explained: Cork University Hospital launches app

CUH Charity funded FYI: Breast Cancer app to increase understanding of breast cancer checks, diagnoses and treatments.

Despite error, Project Maths still adds up for Leaving Cert Students

The wait is over for more than 55,000 students who receive their Leaving Cert results today and with errors in the Maths Paper, the spotlight is on controversial Project Maths syllabus.

Awareness Campaign for HAE

Fantastic coverage on The Morning Show on TV3 with an interview with Bettina Carty who suffers from HAE ( Hereditary Angioedema). Great to raise awareness of this rare disease through broadcast as well as newspaper publications.

Free events tackle safety issues facing senior citizens in Cork

Home Instead Senior Care Cork today announced the launch of a series of free ‘Senior Safety Information Events’ in Douglas, Midleton, Mayfield and Glanmire in May. With nearly 45,000 people over 65 in Cork and the number of Irish citizens aged over 75 set to double from 207,000 at present to 414,000 in the next 12 years, these inaugural events aim to ensure Cork’s aging population is not left vulnerable in their own homes.

New online centre of excellence for Irish Maths announces 15 new jobs

Positivemaths.ie, Ireland’s first online centre of excellence for Maths Students in Ireland launched with the announcement of 15 new jobs for maths teachers and tutors over the next 2 years. Positivemaths.ie focuses on small tutorials (maximum of 6 to 10 per class) offering more student to teacher contact and a new unique diagnostic service called DRIVE – Diagnose, Review, Implement, Verify, Evaluate developed by Irish Engineer and Entrepreneur John Devlin.



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