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Young coders at the MegaDojo event at IT Tralee on Saturday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Hundreds Attend MegaDojo Event At IT Tralee

October 15, 2018 at 1:59 pm 0 comments

THERE was a huge turnout for an event at IT Tralee on Saturday morning where students aged from seven to 17 learnt more about coding. Mega Dojo 2018 took place at the North Campus with support from CoderDojo Ireland, CoderDojo MidWest and the Higher Education Authority. Institute of Technology Tralee was […]

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Fórsa Union Members At IT Tralee To Take Industrial Action From Monday

October 13, 2018 at 10:23 am 0 comments

MEMBERS of the Fórsa trade union at IT Tralee and institutes of technology around the country, will take industrial action from this Monday. A ballot for industrial action in July returned a vote of 85% of members backing industrial action, with the aim of securing a comprehensive job evaluation exercise. […]

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Winners of the Bridge Network Invention of the Year Awards, presented at UCC, are Prof. Cian O’Mathuna (Tyndall) for market-leading magnetics techology to improve battery life of mobile devices, Kieran Meade (Teagasc) for his neonatal next generation vaccine invention and Aleksandra Augustyniak (IT Tralee) for NutraECM,an anti-skin ageing innovation.  

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Helena And Aleksandra Win IT Tralee Invention Of The Year

September 20, 2018 at 4:21 pm Comments are Disabled

INNOVATIONS that solve key challenges in today’s society from cancer diagnostics, skin ageing, mobile battery life to neonate vaccinations were among the winners of the prestigious Bridge Network Invention of the Year 2018 awards hosted by University College Cork this week. The IT Tralee, Invention of the Year was won […]

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IT Tralee To Host Careers Fair This Month

IT Tralee To Host Careers Fair This Month

September 13, 2018 at 12:36 pm Comments are Disabled

PROSPECTIVE employers will make their way to Institute of Technology Tralee for their annual Careers Fair taking take place on Wednesday, September 26 in the North Campus’ BIT building from 10am to 2pm. Graduates, students and job seekers from Kerry are urged to attend and connect in-person with potential employers in […]

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Free Third Level Courses At IT Tralee To Tackle Skills Shortage In Hospitality Sector

September 7, 2018 at 9:54 am Comments are Disabled

IF you are currently working or considering a career in the hospitality sector, there’s never been a better time to train and upskill. Through the Springboard+ programme, IT Tralee are offering a number of FREE and 90% funded programmes in the Tourism and Hospitality Sector. Skills shortages in this sector […]

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Kostal, the Limerick based manufacturer of automotive electronic systems, has announced a major €800,000 R&D programme with Lero, the Irish Software SFI Research Centre to develop a smart assembly line of the future. Lero partner IT Tralee will lead the two-year programme working with the University of Limerick. Funding for the research is being backed by Science Foundation Ireland.
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IT Tralee And UL To Lead €800,000 R&D Programme

July 11, 2018 at 11:31 am Comments are Disabled

KOSTAL and Lero researchers at IT Tralee and UL have announced a €800,000 R&D programme to develop autonomous robots for assembly line of the future. This is the third major announcement by Lero on autonomous systems this year in Limerick and Tralee. Kostal, the Limerick based manufacturer of automotive electronic systems, has […]

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Rent A Room To IT Tralee Students And Earn Extra Income

Rent A Room To IT Tralee Students And Earn Extra Income

July 8, 2018 at 11:09 am Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee is encouraging people in the town and beyond to look at a scheme where people can earn extra income by taking in a student. Under the Irish government’s Rent A Room scheme you can rent out a spare room in your house, tax-free, if the income does […]

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Dr Timothy Shriver, nephew of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy, who visited the Institute of Technology Tralee (IT Tralee) campus on Wednesday  to deliver the keynote address at the college.  Dr Timothy met with Emer Moloney and members of The Tralee Together for special Olympics Club ahead of his speech.
UNESCO Chairholder at the Institute of Technology Tralee.he Institute of Technology Tralee became the first third level institution in the world to receive a UNESCO Chair in 2013. The IT Tralee was awarded the Chair in recognition of its outstanding work completed over many years in the area of inclusion of people with disabilities. The Chair leads a global partnership , included from left, Dr Oliver Murphy, President IT Tralee, Timoty Shriver, UNESCO Chairholder and Catherine Carty, UNESCO Chair Project Manager.Photo:Valerie O’Sullivan/FREE PICS***

UNESCO Chairholder Dr Timothy Shriver Visits IT Tralee

June 20, 2018 at 4:44 pm 2 comments

UNESCO Chairholder at the Institute of Technology Tralee, Dr Timothy Shriver, nephew of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy, is visiting the Institute of Technology Tralee (IT Tralee) campus on Wednesday and Thursday to deliver a keynote address at the college. The visit by Dr Shriver further demonstrates the commitment […]

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IT Tralee Adds To Springboard+ Programme With Six New Courses

IT Tralee Adds To Springboard+ Programme With Six New Courses

June 8, 2018 at 12:31 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Technology Tralee has secured over €1.2 million in funding and 346 places under the Government’s Springboard+ initiative for the academic year 2018/2019. In total 13 courses are offered by IT Tralee through its Life Long Learning Department, as part of its Springboard+ offering, with 11 of these programmes starting […]

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Oisín and Sean Óg with Orla Brennan and Dr Eilish Broderick, Head of the International Medical Commencement programme at ITT, at the 'Teddy Bear Hospital' event on Sunday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Children See How Hospital Isn’t Such A Scary Place At Event In The Bons

May 2, 2018 at 11:16 am Comments are Disabled

CHILDREN got a sense of what happens in the children’s ward when the Bon Secours Hospital hosted a special event on Sunday . The ‘Teddy Bear Hospital’ was a free event to get children used to a hospital setting and put their minds at ease. Children brought in their own teddies […]

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at the IT Tralee Clubs and Societies Ball at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Wednesday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Style From The IT Tralee Clubs And Societies Ball

April 26, 2018 at 3:27 pm Comments are Disabled

THE glamour was something else at Ballyroe Heights Hotel last night for the annual IT Tralee Clubs and Societies Ball. Around 350 students from the college attended the final students ball of the year and it was a chance to celebrate student participation and achievement in the college’s clubs and […]

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Cadburys Have A €500 Voucher Up For Grabs At IT Tralee On Friday

Cadburys Have A €500 Voucher Up For Grabs At IT Tralee On Friday

April 25, 2018 at 2:20 pm Comments are Disabled

CADBURYS are coming to IT Tralee on this Friday and they have a real treat for students. The chocolate company is giving them the chance to earn some extra cash and to try out their Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Sandwich. There will be plenty of these new bars to get […]

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Megan O'Sullivan and Geraldine Harnett, Head of Dept of Nursing at ITT with Elaine and Fiona Reilly the IT Tralee Spring Open Day on Saturday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Getting A Feel For College Life At IT Tralee Spring Open Day

April 22, 2018 at 10:37 am Comments are Disabled

THERE was a steady stream of visitors all day at IT Tralee as the college held its Spring Open Day on Saturday. Staff and current students were present at a number of stands to explain about the courses , facilities and support services for prospective students. There was also course […]

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IT Tralee launches Higher Certificate in Science - Pharmacy Technician  - The Institute of Technology Tralee is pleased to announce the introduction of a new Pharmacy Technician programme for CAO entry in September 2018. This NFQ Level 6, two-year programme is the only one of its kind being offered in the Munster Region and the IT Tralee is one of a handful Institutes throughout Ireland to offer the programme. It has been designed in close collaboration with pharmacy chiefs in the region and serves to meet an ever-increasing demand for qualified graduates in this area.Speaking about the new programme Dr. Joseph Walsh, Head of School of STEM at IT Tralee said, ‘We are delighted to offer this new and exciting course. The two year programme, delivered by leading scientists and pharmacists, prepares students through class lectures and on-the-job learning for a profession as a pharmacy technician. The course is ideally suited to students considering a career in the pharmacy sector and for those who are already working in the sector and would like to upskill and achieve a qualification.’The programme, which qualifies graduates to work as a pharmacy technician in both hospital and community pharmacies, aims to develop the students’ practical, professional and academic skills required to assist in the various activities of the pharmacy.In welcoming the announcement, Brian Kearney, Supervising Pharmacist at Sam McCauley’s Chemist in Tralee, outlined what graduates can expect from this programme in the workplace, ‘A pharmacy technician is a health professional who plays an integral role in the pharmacy assisting the pharmacist in preparation and dispensing of medicines, whether working at a retail or hospital pharmacy.’Providing additional detail on what students can expect from the programme, Dr. Eilish Broderick, IT Tralee said, ‘Students will gain knowledge and understanding prescription and non-prescription medicines, and how they are formulated and used to treat illnesses. The programme includes two pharmacy placements, which can be carried out either in a hospital or community pharmacy, giving the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge and applied skills.”’Applications for this course must be made via the CAO. The last date to register with the CAO, for those who have not already done so, is 5.15pm on 1st May, 2018.Further information can be obtained from School of STEM Administrative Officer: Ms. Brenda Clifford Email: Brenda.Clifford@staff.ittralee.ie, Tel: 066 7145606

IT Tralee Introduces Pharmacy Technician Programme

April 18, 2018 at 11:05 am Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Technology Tralee has announced the introduction of a new Pharmacy Technician programme for CAO entry in September 2018. This NFQ Level 6, two-year programme is the only one of its kind being offered in the Munster Region and the IT Tralee is one of a handful Institutes […]

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ITT Invites Applications For Bursary Funding For Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Students

April 10, 2018 at 2:58 pm Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee has opened applications for the 1916 Bursary Funding for students from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The purpose of this Bursary Funding is to encourage participation and success by students from sections of society that are significantly under-represented in higher education due to socio-economic disadvantage. The South Cluster of Higher Education Institutions […]

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Simon Lorne, Olivera Ivkovic, Liridona Bunjaku and Elsa Cenaj at the IT Tralee Students Unio Ball on Wednesday night in the Ballyroe Heights Hotel. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Glamour At The IT Tralee Students Union Ball

March 15, 2018 at 10:40 am Comments are Disabled

WHILE the nurses and agri studies students had their fun last week, this time it was the occasion of the IT Tralee Students Union Ball to bring the glamour to Ballyroe Heights Hotel. Over 150 students and staff members from IT Tralee enjoyed a meal and entertainment from No Direction […]

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IT Tralee Welcomes Legislation Enacted For Technological Universities

March 14, 2018 at 10:45 am 1 comment

  IT Tralee has welcomed the enactment of the Technological Universities Bill into legislation last Thursday which will lead towards the establishment of a Munster Technological University. Cork Institute of Technology and the Institute of Technology Tralee have been working towards achieving Technological University designation and the creation of the Munster […]

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Louise McGillycuddy, Noreen O'Sullivan, Emily Fitzpatrick and Aoife O'Shea at the IT Tralee Nursing and Agri Students Ball at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Thursday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Ballyroe Rocks For The ITT Students’ Nursing And Agri Studies Ball

March 10, 2018 at 10:37 am Comments are Disabled

OVER 300 students from the IT Tralee put on their gladrags last night for the Nursing and Agricultural Studies Ball. Taking place in the Ballyroe Heights Hotel, the students were dressed to impress for this annual event and enjoyed a four course meal followed by entertainment from ‘Hell For Leather’ and  a […]

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IT Tralee Ladies Aim For Glory This Weekend

March 5, 2018 at 10:31 am Comments are Disabled

By Eamon Fitzgerald, GAA Game Development Officer ITT IT Tralee Ladies Football team will travel to Dublin this Friday to take part in the O’Connor Cup Finals weekend. IT Tralee will play in the Moynihan Cup semi-final against  Letterkenny IT on Friday at 3pm. This game will take place at the […]

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Fr. Peter McVerry To Address Homeless Crisis At IT Tralee Lecture

February 19, 2018 at 1:16 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Tralee will welcome Fr. Peter McVerry, Founder of the Peter McVerry Trust to deliver a guest lecture on Wednesday February 28. The lecture titled ‘A Housing and Homeless Crisis – where it came from and where it’s going’ will tackle one of Ireland’s most acute issues and […]

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IT Tralee To Take Part In Cup Action This Weekend

IT Tralee To Take Part In Cup Action This Weekend

February 19, 2018 at 1:05 pm Comments are Disabled

Eamon Fitzgerald, GAA Games Development Officer at IT Tralee, previews IT Tralee hurling team’s cup ambitions this coming weekend… IT Tralee Senior Hurling team will travel to Mallow this Friday to take part in the Fitzgibbon/Ryan Cup Finals weekend. The IT Tralee team are managed by former Kerry hurling manager/coach Eddie […]

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Students from the Institute of Technology Tralee travelled to Dublin to represent the Institute’s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Department at the Chef Ireland Culinary Competitions. The national competition, organised by the Panel of Chefs of Ireland and endorsed by the World Association of Chefs Societies, Students Pictured back in Tralee at the HCT North Campus were Castleisland man James O Sullivan Duck Dish – Bronze Medal winner , Dingle lady Nita Comerford Moul - Duck Dish – Bronze Medal winner and  Tralee lady Victoria Rinsma - Beef Fillet Dish – Bronze Medal winner . Also in picture is student memtor Dan Browne of the IT Tralee . 
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IT Tralee Culinary Students prove their skills and knowledge at Chef Ireland CompetitionsStudents from the Institute of Technology Tralee travelled to Dublin to represent the Institute’s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Department at the Chef Ireland Culinary Competitions. The national competition, organised by the Panel of Chefs of Ireland and endorsed by the World Association of Chefs Societies, is held as part of one of Ireland`s largest hospitality and culinary events, Food and Bev Live 2018.Food and Bev live provides an opportunity for Ireland’s most talented student chefs and hospitality students from colleges all across the country to go head-to-head in tightly fought contest across a broad variety of competitions.  The team of four students from the IT Tralee, who are currently studying a 3-year BA in Culinary Arts, competed across three categories and they were not left lacking when it came to prizes.  Shaun O Connor from Valentia Island achieved a bronze medal in the Irish Lamb competition where he showcased the very best of Kerry produce in using a lamb rump from Ring of Kerry Lamb. In the Silver Hill Duck senior competition, Nita Comerford Moul from Dingle and James O Sullivan from Castleisland were both awarded a bronze medal. Victoria Rinsma from Canada, who joined the programme at IT Tralee this year, took part in the Irish Beef Fillet competition open class and was awarded a bronze medal. The college mentor for all competitors was Chef Lecturer Dan Browne (Listowel). With the exception of the Lamb competition the students were competing in Open and Senior Class competitions against all levels of qualified chefs. Commending the students on their achievements, Head of Departments of Business & Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Ray O’Connor-Desmond said: “We would like to congratulate and acknowledge how proud we are of our students and their great achievement on a national stage. There is no doubt that such achievements will greatly enhance their future career prospects. We would also like to make special mention of Chef Dan Browne, for his dedication and commitment in preparing the students for the competition and all those who helped make this a reality for the students.”Two students from the National Learning Network in Tralee, who are currently undertaking the Minor Award in Culinary Skills Springboard Programme at the Institute of Technology Tralee, Imelda O Reilly and Craig Coady, were also awarded bronze medals in the Irish Pork Junior Class & Hot Dessert Open Class. Imelda was announced as the overall class winner in the Hot Dessert Open Class competition. ##END##--------------------------------------------Shaun O Connor - Lamb Dish – Bronze Medal Victoria Rinsma - Beef Fillet Dish – Bronze MedalNita Comerford Moul - Duck Dish – Bronze MedalJames O Sullivan Duck Dish – Bronze Medal For additional information please contact Sarah.flaherty@staff.ittralee.ie

IT Tralee Students Bring Home Medals From Chef Ireland Competition

February 14, 2018 at 9:15 am Comments are Disabled

STUDENTS from the Institute of Technology Tralee travelled to Dublin to represent the Institute’s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Department at the Chef Ireland Culinary Competitions and brought home four bronze medals. The national competition, organised by the Panel of Chefs of Ireland and endorsed by the World Association of Chefs Societies, […]

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IT Tralee To Hold Fundraising Gala Dinner To Honour Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh

IT Tralee To Hold Fundraising Gala Dinner To Honour Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh

January 18, 2018 at 6:31 pm Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee Foundation Board has today announced plans to hold a fundraising gala dinner this September, to honour and celebrate the life and times of one of Ireland’s most popular and much loved sons, the legendary Mícheál Ó’Muircheartaigh. Guest of honour at the gala dinner will be President Michael […]

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PHOTOS: Fun At The Live ITT Colour Run/Walk At The College

November 30, 2017 at 3:29 pm Comments are Disabled

OVER 140 students braved the wintry showers and flying paint at IT Tralee yesterday for a fun 5k colour run/walk to encourage people to get more active. The lunchtime event saw students take to the road running and walking between both the north and south campuses. Afterwards there was mince […]

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IT Tralee To Host STEM Careers Expo This Friday Night

IT Tralee To Host STEM Careers Expo This Friday Night

November 15, 2017 at 11:46 am Comments are Disabled

IF you or a family member is considering a career in  Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM), then a visit to the IT Tralee this Friday night is a must. As part of National Science week, the Institute of Technology Tralee will host a STEM Enterprise and Career Expo from […]

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The Institute of Technology Tralee honoured it's students who won All Ireland medals this year at a function in the North Campus. Dr. Oliver Murphy ,President, and Dr Brendan O'Donnell IT Tralee presented awards to Michael Potts , Donnchadh O Sullivan David Clifford and Chris O Donoghue. All four were part of the Kerry Minor Football Team who won the All Ireland Minor Football title. Josh Adams also received an award at the event, Josh was part of the Limerick team that won the All Ireland u21 Hurling title this year.Speaking at the event Dr. Oliver Murphy congratulated all five on their achievements and acknowledged the hard work and dedication it takes to perform at this level. He also congratulated David Clifford & Michael Potts on their selection on the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Team and on David's selection as the 2017 Electric Ireland Minor Player of the Year.
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All-Ireland Medal Winners Honoured By IT Tralee

November 15, 2017 at 11:15 am Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Technology Tralee has honoured its students who won All Ireland medals this year at a function in the North Campus. Dr. Oliver Murphy, President, and Dr Brendan O’Donnell, Registrar at IT Tralee presented awards to Michael Potts, Donnchadh O Sullivan, David Clifford and Chris O’Donoghue.  All four […]

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Further Funding Of Over €1m For Munster Technological University

November 15, 2017 at 10:30 am Comments are Disabled

THE Minister for Higher Education yesterday announced funding of €1.03 million to support the development of the Munster Technological University, which will consist of the Institute of Technology Tralee and Cork Institute of Technology. She is also bringing the  the Technological Universities Bill to Committee Stage in the Dáil today, moving […]

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The Institute of Technology Tralee in partnership with Trinity College Dublin, today launched Access 21, an initiative which supports a number of secondary schools in Kerry to develop innovative approaches to formal and informal learning. Access 21 has been operating in Trinity for the past three years. 
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ACCESS 21 @ IT TRALEELAUNCHED TODAY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10thThe Institute of Technology Tralee in partnership with Trinity College Dublin, today launched Access 21, an initiative which supports a number of secondary schools in Kerry to develop innovative approaches to formal and informal learning. Access 21 has been operating in Trinity for the past three years. One of the main outcomes from the project has been a positive change in student aspirations with an increase in the number of secondary school students intending to progress to university as well as an increase in the number of students wishing to pursue higher professional careers following their completion of Access 21. The aim of the IT Tralee team involved in Access 21 is to replicate the success of the Trinity project using 21st century teaching and learning approaches, supported by professional development for teachers which combined, provide an environment in which students can grow and develop by taking responsibility for and ownership of their own learning. According to the Access 21 Programme Leader at IT Tralee Véronique Lostal Davern, schools who embrace the Access 21 programme report a number of positive outcomes including: enhanced critical thinking skills; removal of barriers which restrict progression to third level and a more equitable and inclusive school environment. “The Access 21 project has a number of key goals which include raising educational aspirations and attainment of Irish second level students from geographical areas where attendance at third level is historically low; supporting schools to develop and promote 21st Century Teaching & Learning and increasing the STEM and ICT capabilities of teachers across the Irish second level sector” stated Véronique.                In conjunction with Trinity College, the Access 21 team at IT Tralee will support partner schools in Kerry to develop and expand ‘college-going’ cultures and for the pilot phase of the project and will work with Killarney Community College, Killorglin Community College, Colaiste Na Riochta, Listowel and Causeway Community SchoolDr. Ronan Smith from Trinity College Dublin joined the IT Tralee team at the Institute on November 10th where the first workshop with teachers from the link schools was held as part of the official Access 21 launch. This included workshops on Mentoring and Leadership in the school environment. Dr. Ronan Smith said “Children in Ireland who are growing up barely ten minutes away from each other can have vastly different aspirations in their education. The Access 21 project aims to ensure that no matter where a child grows up, their ambitions for the future are seen as achievable goals. The project aims to support schools in fostering an environment of 21st century teaching & learning and equipping teachers with the skills needed to implement new digital technologies in the classroom. I am delighted to be in the IT Tralee today to officially launch our new partnership.”Access 21 is funded through support from the Kerry Innovation Centre & Tom Crean Business Centre – Tralee, Trinity College Dublin and IT Tralee.  Further details are available from Brid Mc Elligott@ 066 71 91800

IT Tralee And Trinity College Launch Access 21

November 11, 2017 at 1:05 pm Comments are Disabled

The Institute of Technology Tralee in partnership with Trinity College Dublin, today launched Access 21, an initiative which supports a number of secondary schools in Kerry to develop innovative approaches to formal and informal learning. Access 21 has been operating in Trinity for the past three years. One of the […]

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Shauna Enright, Mark Bright and Anne Marie Bright at the Class of 2017 IT Tralee Mental Health and General Nursing Graduates Ball at The Rose Hotel on Saturday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Students Have A Ball To Celebrate Graduation From IT Tralee

November 7, 2017 at 9:06 am Comments are Disabled

THEY’VE been working hard for the past four years so they deserved a great night out. The IT Tralee Mental Health and General Nursing Class of 2017 decided to have one last get together at their graduation ball on Saturday night in The Rose Hotel, where 95 people enjoyed glass […]

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IT Tralee Students Cook For Top Chefs At Awards

November 6, 2017 at 2:04 pm Comments are Disabled

CHEFS from Institute of Technology Tralee cooked for Ireland’s finest purveyors of culinary hospitality at the YesChef awards in The Limerick Strand recently and some former students were part of the team which won awards. With a full house of 450 guests, the evening was a celebration of the hospitality industry […]

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