The¬† Performance & Production PLC dept. welcome students¬† & staff to our¬†devised¬†performance entitled¬† ¬†‚ÄúDig me up before you Go Go!‚ÄĚ followed by a¬†gig from the¬†Music Performance¬†class. ¬† This¬† audience interactive Performance & Film production;¬† is full of¬†hilarity & heightened characters, with a wonderful display of musical talent to follow afterwards – a perfect student night out! ¬† It starts at¬†6pm in Seven on Bridge St,¬† this¬†Tuesday 16th of¬†October,¬†2018. Doors open @ 5.30pm.
Do you want to earn a high salary and work in an innovative industry? Did you know that Ireland currently has an IT worker shortage? Since 2011, 34,500 new ICT jobs have been announced and each month, companies are creating new tech jobs, between multinational and Irish companies. There has been a massive jump in the numbers employed in the tech industry. Demand is so strong across a wide range of tech disciplines that there are over 12,000 current vacancies in the sector exits. Jobs offering quality job opportunities at entry, competent, as well as expert levels. Over 130,000 people Continue Reading »
Laura O’Donnell is a past student from GCC, she studied Business Management Level 6, have a read below to find out what she is doing now after completing this course; Name:¬†Laura¬†O‚ÄôDonnell Course:¬†Business Management Year of Study:¬†2016 Tell us about the area you studied in Galway Community College.¬† I studied business management, coming from a different background and career I wanted a change, and I choose this course to be my access route to a business career. It has varies modules that I was interested in and gave me the confidence to achieve great results and future my studies. What are Continue Reading »
Full Time Courses for September 2018 There are places available on lots of the Level 5 & 6 courses.¬† Apply online today. For more information, email the coordinator of your preferred course, their contact details are on the course page. Alternatively call into us here in the college or phone 091755464 ……………………….Start Here Go Anywhere……………………………….
Horticulture Class attended an Apple Grafting Workshop The horticulture class 2018 took part in an apple grafting workshop, held in Seedsavers, Scariff, Co. Clare.¬† They were guided step by step to in this fine art to match and shape perfectly the rootstock specimen to the scion of the future apple tree.¬†¬† Each student came away very satisfied with two apple grafted trees. “I am extremely satisfied with my experience in Seedsavers and I would highly recommend others to visit there.”¬† –¬†Max Newport, Horticulture student “We all came away with memories of a magical place that holds such reverence for plant Continue Reading »
We¬†are having an Information & Registration evening on Thursday, May 17th, 5.30pm-6.30pm.¬†¬†If you are interested in doing a full-time QQI Level 5 or 6 course, commencing in September 2018, call into the college on May 17th and avail of an opportunity to see all the facilities available and gather information from the course tutors for your preferred area of study. We offer a broad range of Level 5 & 6 courses with tutors developing new courses and new modules in line with industry trends in employment. Our level 6 courses give direct access to second year in some courses in Continue Reading »
IMAGE:¬†http://www.horsesportireland.ie/thomas-obrien-and-paciro-ish-claim-victory-in-the-first-leg-of-the-ish-studbook-sj-series-in-the-meadows/ What a weekend for GCC equine students sweeping the boards GCC Equine student Thomas O’Brien won the prestigious 7 Year Old Final of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series at The Meadows Show in Northern Ireland. Rafael Lee won the First Leg of the Connacht Grand Prix in Ard Cuain with Daniel McAlinden following closely behind in third. Aoife Mc Cabe kicked the day off well for GCC by winning the Hygea 1: 15m, while Raphael followed up in second. Meanwhile, in the Northern Ireland Festival, Maria McNamara won the Champion Cob and then reserve in the Supreme Continue Reading »
CANADIAN COMEDY COMES TO AN TAIBHDHEARC ¬† Following the success of their¬†Music & Monologues¬†show in An Taibhdhearc November 2017, Galway Community College PLC Theatre Performance & Drama Studies Students are treading the boards in An Taibhdhearc once again. ¬†Norm Foster‚Äôs hilarious comedy, Office Hours,¬†is the subject of their latest production. With a cast of no less than seventeen, the play is set in six offices across a big city, all of which are interconnected with an unexpected twist saved for the final moments of the play. ¬†This year‚Äôs PLC Theatre Performance & Drama Studies Course is comprised of actors Continue Reading »
Aim for the best and choose a career that’s right¬†for you! Our Open Day is on Tuesday March 6th from 9am to 4pm. ¬†We extend an invitation to Leaving Certificate students, mature students and anybody wishing¬†to enhance their professional development or to change their career. It is an opportunity to talk to course tutors and to view the facilities available and to receive information on all our PLC Further Education courses and progression through talks and presentations Online applications are now open! We hope to see you on Tuesday 6th¬†March in GCC. Start Here, Go Anywhere!
The Performance and Production PLC classes are hosting a showcase of work from the Music and Theatre PLC students, in An Taibhdhearc, on Tuesday 28th November at 8pm. Tickets are on sale from GCC at 091755464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. They will also be available at the door. Cost ‚ā¨5.00