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Susan McMahon, Triona O'Brien, Nora Delee, Mary Walsh and Emma O'Sullivan after taking part in the Live ITT Colour  Run on Thursday. Photo by Dermot Crean

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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Lira Hoxha (Information Systems Management), LIranda Krasniqi (Computing with Software Development) and Tina Kastrati (Bachelor of Business Hons Degree) at the IT Tralee Conferring Ceremony on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: ITT Students From School of Business, Computing & Humanities Conferred

November 5, 2017 at 10:56 am Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee 2017 Conferrings concluded on Friday afternoon, when students from the courses in the School of Business, Computing & Humanities received their qualifications in the Brandon Hotel Conference Centre. The courses were in Hotel, Culinary and Tourism, Business Studies, Creative Media & Information Technology and Computing. The conferrings are the main highlight […]

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Shaun Harrington, Natalie Daly, Tara O'Shea, Rachel McElligott and Elaine Doody (General Nursing) at the IT Tralee Conferring Ceremony on Friday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: ITT Students From School Of Health & Social Sciences Courses Conferred

November 4, 2017 at 12:08 pm Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee conferring continued on Friday morning and this time it was the students from the School of Health & Social Sciences receiving their just rewards. The graduates received qualifications in a range of courses in Nursing & Health Care Studies and Social Sciences. The conferrings are the main highlight in […]

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Amy O'Connell, Mary Collins and Kate Mannix, Health and Leisure, at the IT Tralee Conferring Ceremony in the Brandon Hotel Conference Centre on Thursday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Hundreds Of IT Tralee Students Conferred At The Brandon

November 3, 2017 at 10:45 am Comments are Disabled

  THE culmination of years of hard work by students, the first 2017  IT Tralee conferring ceremony took place on Thursday in the Brandon Hotel Conference Centre, with two more sessions planned for Friday. Over 1,000 students will graduate over the two days including people from 30 different nations, including China, Malaysia […]

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Rosie Dempsey (centre) lecturer in Animation, Visual Effects & Motion Design with students Martha Spangler, Claire Curtin, Corina Vandeventer and Debbie Tan at the IT Tralee Open Day on Friday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Over 1,200 People See What IT Tralee Has To Offer At Open Day

October 29, 2017 at 1:09 pm Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee was a very busy place on Friday morning as they held their Autumn Open Day to showcase all the college has to offer. Buses started to arrive from 9am as prospective students walked through the north campus and current students helped at the various stands set up […]

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Lero expansion announced as new member signs €400,000 research deal to boost patient care

The Institute of Tralee (IT Tralee), which was today named as the latest member of Lero, the UL headquartered Irish Software Research Centre, has announced a new €400,000 research programme with Bon Secours Hospital Tralee designed to boost patient care. Pictured at the announcement in Tralee were: Niamh Prendervillie ,Pat Lombard and Breda Doyle  of the Bon Secours Hospital Tralee
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NEWS RELEASELero researchers at IT Tralee win €400,000 contract to apply technology to a healthcare setting -	Aim is to ensure efficient use of resources to deliver a remarkable patient experience -	Lero expansion as IT Tralee becomes the ninth member of the Irish national software research centre-	“Clever use of technology can ensure the efficient use of resources across the Irish health system without major capital spending”Tralee; Thursday, 19th October, 2017: The Institute of Tralee (IT Tralee), which has been named as the latest member of Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre, has announced a new €400,000 research programme. The programme is one of a number of initiatives marking a collaboration between IT Tralee and Bon Secours Hospital Tralee (BSHT) to develop new activities in teaching, research and education. Today also saw the signing of a formal agreement between IT Tralee and Bon Secours Hospital Tralee to mark this enhanced partnership arrangement. Dr. Oliver Murphy, President of the IT Tralee at the signing ceremony said, “The IT Tralee and the Bons Secours Hospital Group have an established educational partnership spanning a number of years. The signing of today’s MOU marks the extension of this partnership beyond education into the area of research and we look forward to the impacts this collaboration will have not just on our respective organisations but on the region in general.”The Lero projects which will run under the programme are designed to optimise patient care at the Tralee Hospital by ensuring the efficient use of resources.  The three-year programme will analyse current procedures for bed management and theatre scheduling and pilot the application of intelligent systems to improve relevant patient pathways. The research is supported by Science Foundation Ireland. “Efficient resource management, particularly bed management, is a critical issue right across the Irish health sector,” commented Dr. Joseph Walsh, Lero principal investigator at IT Tralee. “Clever use of technology such as the implementation of systems of this type can result in the efficient use of beds across the health system without major capital spending. Bon Secours aims to use the benefits of this research across its other four hospitals in Ireland.”“Patient satisfaction is of paramount importance to us,” added TJ O’Connor, Hospital Manager, Bon Secours Hospital Tralee. “We are looking at our processes from the patient’s point of view and working to remove steps in the delivery of our service that the patient would not find valuable.” He added, “This programme will benefit our hospital and staff as well as our patients by releasing staff time for care.”Clinical Director of Bon Secours Hospital Tralee, Dr. Helena Moore, commented, “This research programme will help us to sustain excellence in patient care, as well as confidence in a timely, efficient service for our referring GPs.”Professor Ita Richardson, co-principal Investigator of Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre added, “The programme will help achieve earlier patient admission and ensure multi-disciplinary access to information on bed and surgical resource availability as well as discharge status of a patient.”  The Bon Secours Health System is the largest private healthcare provider in Ireland, comprising five hospitals in Tralee, Cork, Dublin, Galway and Limerick and a Care Village in Cork.  As Ireland’s largest independent hospital group, Bon Secours Health System is renowned for the quality of its service provision coupled with a rich tradition in healthcare.Bon Secours Health System is a not‑for‑profit organisation with a mission centred on providing compassionate, world-class medical treatment to all those it serves. With over 3,000 staff, 876 beds and 410 leading consultants, Bon Secours treats in excess of 280,000 patients per year and will invest over €150 million over the next five years in expanding its current services.   IT Tralee is the ninth third level institution to join Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre, which is recognised as a global leader in software research.  IT Tralee joins Lero software research experts from Dublin City University, Dundalk Institute of Technology, NUI Galway, Maynooth University, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, University College Dublin and University of Limerick.  Lero (www.lero.ie), which is the only centre which combines researchers from all Republic of Ireland universities, is funded by Science Foundation Ireland as well as by contracts from Irish and international technology corporations.EndsPress queries:Ronnie Simpson, Simpson Consulting PR,E: ronnie@simpsonconsulting.ie; Mob: 086 855 9410

ITT And Bon Secours Team Up For Research Programme

October 21, 2017 at 7:57 am Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Tralee (IT Tralee),  has announced a new €400,000 research programme. The programme is one of a number of initiatives marking a collaboration between IT Tralee and Bon Secours Hospital Tralee (BSHT) to develop new activities in teaching, research and education. Thursday also saw the signing of a […]

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Ciara Tierney (right) from Tricel talking to Darren Holly, Elsa Cenaj and Dona Bunjaku at the IT Tralee Careers Fair on Wednesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Companies Meet With Students At IT Tralee’s Careers Fair

October 19, 2017 at 10:24 am Comments are Disabled

REPRESENTATIVES from companies all over Kerry and beyond manned almost 40 stands at the annual IT Tralee Careers Fair on Wednesday. The Fair is an opportunity for companies to network with staff and students of the college, and a opportunity to present in workshops during the fair which provides students […]

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Launching the  were, from left; Mary Stritch IT Tralee
Jerry Gallagher IT Tralee
Jane Leonard CIT
Dr. Siobhan Bradley, Regional Skills Manager, South-West
Aoife O Reilly South Kerry Skillnet
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New Management Course Launched At IT Tralee

October 14, 2017 at 10:12 am Comments are Disabled

IT Tralee has announced the launch of a new Level 6 Supervisory Management Programme. Already attracting significant attention from local companies, the Level 6 Certificate in Supervisory Management has been co-developed by IT Tralee and Cork Institute of Technology incorporating both Institution’s academic expertise and industry partners and is supported […]

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Highlighting Mental Health Week at IT Tralee were in front; Michelle Rowan and Petrina Comerford. At back; Mary McCoy, Shaun Walsh, Helen Edgar and Jessica Murphy. Photo by Dermot Crean

ITT Students Union Organises Mental Health Week Events

October 11, 2017 at 11:34 am Comments are Disabled

YESTERDAY was World Mental Health Day, but up at IT Tralee the students are holding a weeklong series of events to highlight the issue. “We’ve organised a series of events for Mental Health Week on campus so that students are aware of mental health issues and to ensure it is […]

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IT Tralee Joins Forces With Dalata Hotel Group

IT Tralee Joins Forces With Dalata Hotel Group

October 10, 2017 at 9:38 am Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Technology Tralee  has just commenced the delivery of a new series of programmes in collaboration with the Dalata Hotel Group. Dalata is Ireland’s largest hotel operator, with a current portfolio of 38 three and four star hotels with over 7,700 rooms. Dalata successfully operate Ireland’s two largest […]

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Wednesday 27th Sept to cover the launch of the ITT Strategic Plan at 5.30pm at the Solas
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IT Tralee Plans For Future With €64m In Buildings Over Next Ten Years

September 30, 2017 at 1:46 pm Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee aims to construct a number of buildings over the next ten years — including a student residential complex — at the North Campus costing over €64m . This was revealed as Mr Lionel Alexander, Chair of the IT Tralee Governing Body formally launched the IT Tralee Strategic Plan: A […]

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IT Tralee’s TUI Lecturers To Protest at North Campus This Week

September 25, 2017 at 5:15 pm Comments are Disabled

THIS Wednesday lecturers who are members of the Teaching Union of Ireland (TUI) will protest outside the North Campus of IT Tralee this Wednesday lunchtime from 1pm to 2pm. They TUI say they are holding the protest to highlight ongoing lack of funding of the sector. Protest will take place at […]

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IT Tralee Sees 25% Increase In CAO Offers For Level 8 Courses

August 24, 2017 at 9:24 am Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Technology Tralee will register over 1,500 new learners this September seeing an increase of 25% in level 8 CAO offers on this time last year. New students will enter the Institute from the CAO, Springboard, FETAC linked/advanced progression routes and international markets. Dr Brendan O’Donnell, Vice-President, Academic […]

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Dr Oliver Murphy Reappointed IT Tralee President

July 12, 2017 at 4:35 pm Comments are Disabled

  THE Institute of Technology Tralee has announced the re-appointment of Dr Oliver Murphy as President for another five year term. The Chairperson of the Governing Body Mr Lionel Alexander extended his congratulations to Oliver on his appointment and stated that; “The Institute is embarking on some key strategic priorities that […]

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Jason Cannon, Certificate in Culinary Skills; Mark Sullivan, General Manager, The Rose Hotel, Tralee; Louse Langan, Higher Diploma in Applied Computing, Laurie O'Shea, Higher Diploma in Applied Computing; Robin Kirk, Head Chef, The Plaza Hotel, Killarney; Sean Ryan, CEO, Aspen Grove Solutions

Eight New Courses Added To ITT Springboard Programme

May 26, 2017 at 9:55 am Comments are Disabled

THE Institute of Technology Tralee has announced that they have successfully tendered for eight new courses under the Government’s Springboard+ initiative. The courses, which will run from September 2017 are in the areas of Software Development, Computer Services Management, Culinary Skills, Food Business Innovation, Biopharmaceutical Processes, Industrial Instrumentation, Mechatronics and Quality Management. […]

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Lorcan O'Connor, Aisling O'Connell and Cian Shiels  at the ITT Creative Media Department Horizon Exhibit at the Education Centre on Thursday. Photo by Dermot Crean

Final Curtain Falls For Students Of ITT Creative Media Department,

May 17, 2017 at 9:35 am Comments are Disabled

  By Cliona Lawton ITT Creative Writing for Digital Media Student LAST Thursday the Institute of Technology, Tralee’s Creative Media Department Horizon Exhibit took place in association with The Education Centre. Final year students from the Honours Degree Programmes in Creative Writing for Digital Media, TV, Radio and New Media […]

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IT Tralee Develops Strong Links With US University

May 12, 2017 at 5:20 pm Comments are Disabled

  THE IT Tralee has signed a  Memorandum of Understanding with a US university which will provide great opportunities for both institutions. Sacred Heart University, based in Fairfield, Connecticut, is in the final stages of purchasing the Christian Brothers School in Dingle to establish an expanded campus. Rupendra Paliwal, Vice President for […]

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Giving info on courses were students were Marguerite Brosnan, Pervinder Kaur, Emma Kelly and Aisling McKenna at the IT Tralee Spring Open Day on Saturday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: ITT Holds Spring Open Day To Showcase Courses And Facilities

April 30, 2017 at 12:01 pm Comments are Disabled

THEY came from all over Munster and beyond to IT Tralee yesterday, as the college hosted its annual spring open day. There were stands set up by all the departments to give information about the courses on offer. Current students were able to inform prospective students about what they can expect […]

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Aileen Kennedy, IT Tralee, Aidan O'Mahony, Jackie Ruttledge, IT Tralee and Ogie Moran at the 'Tri And Move' event at IT Tralee on Wednesday evening. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Staff And Students ‘Tri And Move’ At College

April 27, 2017 at 1:24 pm Comments are Disabled

AIDAN O’Mahony was on hand to start an event yesterday which was aimed at getting staff and students in IT Tralee together and moving. The ‘Tri and Move ITT’ event was a combination of two events, a 5km individual/family fun walk/jog and a fun team triathlon. The triathlon consisted of a 5km run […]

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Marie Charland of Creme De La Crepe with Ellanna Mulcahy and Majella Shanahan at the Food For Thought event at the ITT on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Culinary Experts Give ‘Food For Thought’ At ITT Event

April 27, 2017 at 11:16 am Comments are Disabled

THE ‘Food For Thought’ showcase held yesterday was a must for anyone interested in food and the culinary arts. A farmers market, cooking demonstrations, workshops, panel discussions and much more took place at the North Campus of the IT Tralee. This food market featured companies from all over Kerry with paella, cheese, donuts and […]

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IT Tralee To Host Major ‘Food For Thought’ Event

IT Tralee To Host Major ‘Food For Thought’ Event

April 13, 2017 at 1:29 pm Comments are Disabled

A FARMERS market, cooking demonstrations, workshops, panel discussions and much more will take place at the IT Tralee later this month at a special culinary event. The ‘Food For Thought’ showcase is a must for anyone interested in food and the culinary arts and takes place on Wednesday, April 26. […]

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Miriam O'Sullivan, Anne Cleary and Niamh Savage at the Professional Practice Networking and Engagement Day at the IT Tralee on Friday. Photo by Lisa O'Mahony.

PHOTOS: Professional Practice Networking Day At IT Tralee

April 7, 2017 at 2:36 pm Comments are Disabled

IT TRALEE was even busier than usual today as they held a (Social Care) Professional Practice Networking and Engagement Day at the North Campus. There were a number of events on during the day for anyone who wanted to pop in. The exhibition area had 37 organisations present, each eager to discuss the different roles their […]

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Vicky Fitzgibbon, Suan Murphy and Ciara Whelan  at the ITT Clubs and Societies Ball at the Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Thursday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Hundreds Of Students Enjoy ITT Clubs And Societies Ball

April 7, 2017 at 1:52 pm Comments are Disabled

OVER 350 students and staff of IT Tralee enjoyed the Clubs & Societies Ball at Ballyroe Heights Hotel last night. They gathered to celebrate student participation and achievement in Clubs & Societies and to have a good time as the Easter break begins. Speaking on the night Sports Officer, Jennifer Healy, acknowledged the significant […]

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Angela Ring O'Donoghue, Gemma Ring and Noreen Ring of Munster Joinery  at the Business Leaders Ball at Ballygarry House Hotel on Thursday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Business Leaders Have A Ball In Ballygarry

April 1, 2017 at 10:14 am Comments are Disabled

A CELEBRATION of business took place in Ballygarry House Hotel on Thursday, with around 190 people in attendance. The IT Tralee Business Leaders Ball is the annual opportunity for businesses in Kerry to celebrate the achievements made during the previous year. The event supported by EY and hosted by the […]

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