Arklow This Week
Are you interested in going to College in 2015?
Do you want to study for an IT Carlow accredited programme on you doorstep.
The Wicklow County Campus, Clermount House, Rathnew is now Enrolling for September 2015 with IT Carlow Validated Programmes at Masters, Degree, High Diploma and Certificate level.
The part time evening programmes are offered in the areas of Business & Accounting, Humanities, Computing & Science and Engineering.
It is worth noting that there are short Certificate programmes (from one night a week for 12 weeks in areas such as Web Design/ Online Marketing/ Organisational Psychology that may be very beneficial to businesses in the current marketplace.
Please click on the link underneath to view all programmes being offered on a part-time evening basis in Rathnew.
If you would like more information and wish to contact a staff member , please call 0404 67125 or email Wicklow@itcarlow.ie and all your queries will be dealt with.
Closing Date for Katie Taylor Sports Bursary
Wicklow County Council has set up a sport scholarship in Katie Taylor’s name in recognition of her amazing sporting achievements. The scholarship is intended for students who have excelled at their chosen sport and are undertaking an undergraduate degree course in any academic field. A bursary of €1,000 will be awarded to the successful applicant. For an application forms go to www.wicklow.ie .
The closing date is next Friday 4th September and no application will be accepted after 12 noon on this date.
Congratulations to Denis Nolan of CCÉ, Anne Devlin, Co.Wicklow who took first place in the mouth organ senior competition at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2015 in Sligo.
The Arklow RNLI sea safety team is offering free and impartial advice on safety aboard your board or ashore to anyone who requires it. To book your place or for information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mark om 086 8260439. Mark’s company ASL Safety is a member of the Arklow Chamber.
Tour de Leinster
The Tour will be a challenging and inspiring event for everyone involved with the route taking in all the counties of Leinster. All the funds raised by the cycle will benefit Down Syndrome Ireland both at National level and across all our Leinster branches. The cyclists will also have the honour of cycling with Sean Kelly during the tour. A legend in his own right, Sean Kelly won numerous titles and accolades in his career including the Paris-Nice seven times in a row, the Vuelta Espana, Paris Roubaix and was World number one six times.
For full information on route, registration, costs and sponsorship go to http://www.downsyndrome.ie/tour-de-leinster/cyclist-info/