Essential maintenance on the QQI QBS online service will take place on Friday 14 March. As a result, some services will be unavailable between 1 and 6pm
Seanad debates Wednesday, 5 March 2014. Reform of Further Education and Training: Statements
There are 2 places left on our winning public tenders workshop which will be help on Monday next 10 March in the Red Cow Training Centre
Berni Brady, Director of AONTAS gave a presentation to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education and Social Protection recently speaking about the role and value of community education. A copy of the presentation is available at www.aontas.com/download/pdf/the_role_and_value_of_community_education_aontas_2014.pdf
Tony Corrigan, the CEO at TenderScout who will be facilitating the Winning Tenders workshop on Monday 10 March, has advised attendees to review the TenderScout 2013 annual report for 2013 before the workshop. It can be accessed at following this link
The Tivoli Training Centre (Dun Laoghaire) is recruiting a Project Development Manager for maternity leave cover. Contact Tina Savage in the Centre for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today Friday 28 February is the closing date for the submission of tenders for the Government’s Jobpath – an employment activation measure aimed specifically at the long-term unemployed and those most distant from the labour market
Do you know that less than 1 in 10 of the 80,000 or so companies registered on the eTenders website has ever won a contract? If you want to improve your tendering success rate our Winning Public Tenders Workshop will be of interest to you. It is designed to show how you can use market information to build and benefit relationships and win government contracts. The workshop will be held on Monday 10 March in the Red Cow Training Centre and you can book a place at http://tendering.eventbrite.ie. If you have any questions or would like to know more about this workshop or any of our services please contact. We will be happy to hear from you.
Marino Institute of Education is inviting tenders from strategic planning facilitators to assist the Institute in developing a Strategic Plan for 2015-2020.
Mike Feerick, CEO and founder of Alison thinks ‘that the lower level training and education [certs and diplomas] will be supplanted entirely by online education’. See http://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/the-online-revolution-1.1692113