WCD are currently recruiting for a FETAC Special Purpose Award Level 5 course in Drug and Device Manufacturing.
The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to the Pharmaceutical, Bio Tech and Medical Devices sectors for the unemployed.
The course will be run one day a week from our Athlone offices, commencing on June 26 next.
The course is free of charge.
For further details and to book a place on the course contact Client Mediators, Tricia McKenna, firstname.lastname@example.org or Seamus Kearns, email@example.com. Closing date for application for places on the course is June 18th.
Destination Sport Mullingar – ‘Festival of Sport’, involving a week long celebration of sport in Mullingar including National Bike Week Celebrations takes place from Friday, June 15th to Sunday, June 24th, 2012., for full information go to www.westmeathsports.ie
This is the European Year for Active ageing and Solidarity between Generations. In this context this years Say No To Ageism campaign will be focussing on the two ends of the age spectrum, older people and young people and how age factors are considered in providing insurance - what are the facts, what are the stereotypes, if any, - what is the evidence to demonstrate that people of a certain age behave the same or have similar needs etc. How does our perception of age influence service provision and cost...
For further information and events, go to www.equality.ie
Coca Cola is investing €125,000 in the Coca Cola Thank You Fund ("The Fund"). This money will be granted to not-for-profit community, voluntary and charitable organisations across the island of Ireland.
The Fund has been developed to support projects and initiatives that are positively impacting the quality of life of people in communities on the island of Ireland. Last year, the Fund’s inaugural year, a total of 15 grants were made to non-profit, voluntary and charitable organisations. These grants helped to support Social and Education Programmes aimed at Youth, Healthy and Active Lifestyles, and Environmental Leadership.
In 2012, the Fund will award grants to selected organisations that are delivering initiatives under the theme ‘Supporting an Innovative Approach to the Promotion of Active Lifestyles in Irish Communities’.
We are looking for new projects and ideas that capture the imagination and are providing significant benefits to a group of people or a broad community. Ideally, the project should be one that can be scaled and adopted by communities in other parts of the country.
Coca‑Cola, through the Fund, will distribute €125,000 to community and voluntary groups throughout the island of Ireland that have developed an innovative initiative or project which encourages communities to lead active lifestyles.
Applications will only be received online as we aim for this to be a paperless process to minimise environmental impact. For further details on how to apply, please click here.
The Fund will award a total of 11 grants based on the application process and according to the Terms & Conditions.
One grant of €25,000 will be made to one organisation and 10 grants of €10,000 to a further 10 groups.