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  • Introduction to Irish Sign Language Course

    Sligo VEC is running a six-week introduction to Irish Sign Language course  at Quay st. VEC on Friday afternoons from 2.30pm until 4pm.  The course will  start on the 8th of February and run until the 6th of March. As part of the six weeks, we will provide accredited Deaf Awareness  training.  The training has been...
  • Corran College News January 2013

      Corran College News January 2013 Bank Visit Our senior accountancy classes visited the Bank of Ireland in Ballymote on Wednesday 28th November for a tour and an information session on the operation of the bank.  Thanks to Mrs Regan for organising this event and the bank staff for their welcome.   PLC PLC students on the...
    Corran College News January 2013
    Corran College News January 2013
  • Operation Transformation Sligo Walk

    The Irish Sports Council and the 33 Local Sports Partnerships around the country have teamed up with RTE’s Operation Transformation Programme ( presenter Kathryn Thomas) to encourage people to follow a healthy lifestyle in 2013.  People of Sligo are been encouraged to kick start a healthy and active lifestyle for 2013 by joining Sligo...
    Operation Transformation Sligo Walk
  • Colaiste Iascaigh News January 2013

    Colaiste iascaigh notes  Jan. 2013   Open Day and Open Night   Coláiste Iascaigh will be holding its Open Day and Enrolment  night on January 29th. During the Open Day 6thClass students from our local schools will be invited to visit the school and take part in a range of classes and experience what it is like to be...
    Colaiste Iascaigh News January 2013
    Colaiste Iascaigh News January 2013
    Colaiste Iascaigh News January 2013
  • Exhibition at the Hamilton Gallery 13/12/12 to 28/01/13

    Invited Artists Exhibition continues at the Hamilton Gallery, Sligo until the 28th of January. The Hamilton Gallery 4 Castle Street, Sligo
    Exhibition at the Hamilton Gallery 13/12/12 to 28/01/13
  • Request for Tenders - Youth Mental Health Initiative

    YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVE - SLIGO / LEITRIM / WEST CAVAN  INVITATION TO TENDER For Youth Mental Health Needs and Resource Assessment 1. Background: The Youth Mental Health Initiative was established in 2011 to foster the positive mental health and wellbeing of young people aged 12-25 years in Sligo, Leitrim and west Cavan....
  • Colaiste Iascaigh News November 2012

    Let Programme Students from Colasite Iascaigh participated in the L.E.T. (Learning and Educating Together) programme located in the Share Centre, Co. Fermanagh. Ten first year pupils were involved in enterprise training and outdoor activities, including canoeing, climbing and archery. Students explored what it takes to start and run a business,...
    Colaiste Iascaigh News November 2012
    Colaiste Iascaigh News November 2012
  • Corran College News November 2012

      Career Guidance All Leaving Certificate students will meet Mrs Heffron, our Career Guidance teacher, for a one to one consultation to forward their career interests.  The CAO website has opened recently and fifth year students are busy completing their on-line applications for third level colleges. First year students attended a...
    Corran College News November 2012
    Corran College News November 2012
    Corran College News November 2012
    Corran College News November 2012
  • ANNOUNCING Instrumental Tuition for Groups and Individuals 2012-2013

      ANNOUNCING Instrumental Tuition    for Groups and Individuals   2012-2013    A Music Generation Sligo Initiative in partnership  with Sligo School of Rock 2012-2013     Lessons available initially at Colaiste Iascaigh, Sligo   Music Generation Sligo Music...
    ANNOUNCING Instrumental Tuition for Groups and Individuals 2012-2013
  • Back to Education Initiative (BTEI) Application 2013

      Back to Education Initiative (BTEI) Application 2013 Applications for 2013 are now invited from groups to participate in the Back to Education Initiative (BTEI) under which flexible and innovatory part-time accredited programmes in Further Education may be provided to early school leavers and adults who are employed, unemployed or not in...