4 Jun
2021

Details of free summer camps at LIT and MIC revealed

first_imgLinkedin Mary Immaculate College (MIC) and Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) have announced details of their FREE ‘EMPOWER’ Summer Camps, which will take place this July and will be open to second-level students in transition year, fifth year and sixth year.The 5 day ‘EMPOWER’ Summer Camp programme in entrepreneurship, creativity, design skills and innovation, is funded by the HEA and is being run collaboratively between MIC and LIT in both their Limerick and Tipperary Campuses :  Limerick: 10th to 14th July and Tipperary: 17th to 21st JulyThe programme has been designed with the aim of developing skills in young people to embrace innovation, enhance and develop creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills, through a variety of hands-on collaborative scientific thinking and entrepreneurial thinking activities, and projects. There will also be a focus on developing effective leadership and communication skills and providing the students with the opportunity to meet and network with a variety of inspirational leaders and innovators during the 5 days.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up According to Dr Maeve Liston, Director of Enterprise and Community Engagement, MIC, “The camps will also further compliment the principles of the Junior and Senior Cycles in our second level education system through high quality hands-on interactive informal learning experiences, promoting innovation, communication, personal effectiveness, critical and creative thinking, and working with others all of which are prioritised in the Framework for Junior and Senior Cycle Education.”Gillian Barry, Head of Innovation & Enterprise at LIT stated that, “This is very much a collaborative effort in enhancing the skills needs in the region where LIT and MIC are working with Entrepreneurs and academics together with organisations like Junior Achievement Ireland, Foroige, Coder Dojo, Local Enterprise Offices, and a wide variety of community groups, organisations, schools, business’ and industry. We have collaborated specifically with entrepreneurs and experts in the fields of enterprise & innovation, education, youth development, community development, creativity and leadership on the design and delivery of what is ensured to be a high quality educational programme.” She added that the programme is designed to have a high impact it will be an immersive, social and fun experience for the week with opportunities to create skills and friendships for life. Facebook MIC Lecturer Elected to Board of International Society for Music Education Limerick Post Show | FOLM Project MIC Student Experience Virtual Sessions RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsEducationDetails of free summer camps at LIT and MIC revealedBy Editor – June 10, 2017 1809 Twitter Email Print TAGSEMPOWER summer campsLITMIC International Women’s Day LIT Interested parties can register via Eventbrite.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/empower-summer-limerick-region-tickets-34948387568Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.For further info contact: [email protected] and/or [email protected] Advertisement New Report from MIC Reveals the Reality of Human Trafficking in Ireland WhatsApp MIC Teams Up with GPA on New Scholarship Scheme for Postgraduate Students Previous articleLimerick baritone for Lyric Opera WeimarNext articleLimerick Social Democrats condemn mosque attacks Editor last_img read more

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12 Aug
2020

Allan sets record to head Brabazon qualifiers at Effingham

first_img Chelmsford’s James Allan fired a course record 67 to head the field in the Brabazon Trophy Southern Qualifier at Effingham.The 19 year old Essex county player carded seven birdies to finish on four under par and head the 30 qualifiers for the Brabazon Trophy proper at Seaton Carew on June 25-28.Allan’s 67 set a course record because of course alterations at Effingham including a re-design of the 18th hole. The previous record of 63 over the former layout was held by former Open champion, the late Bobby Locke from South Africa in 1959 and in more recent times by Surrey’s Curtis Griffiths.Allan, who was among the late starters in overcast conditions with the occasional shower, made a great start to his round with birdies at the two opening holes, a bogey at the fifth but erased that with a birdie at seven to reach the turn in two under.He added four more birdies on the back nine but came back to the field with a couple of bogeys in the final three holes.However, his 67 left him two shots clear of the five players on 69 including Hampshire Hog winner Sam Edwards (Bigbury, Devon) and another Essex county player Mitchel Sarling (Rochford Hundred).With 30 places available, nine players finished on the cut off mark of 73 with seven to qualify in a sudden death playoff. Among those successful were international Ed Richardson (Rye, Sussex), Craig Smith (Pike Hills, Yorkshire) and Jack Cardy (Ipswich, Suffolk).Toby Thorne, championship manager for England Golf, said: “Effingham Golf Club proved to be the perfect venue for the Brabazon Trophy Southern Qualifier. The course was an ideal test for the competitors and as a result, we found 30 worthy qualifiers.”The Brabazon Northern Qualifier will be played at Ringway Golf Club next Tuesday, 20th May.Photo of Sam Edwards copyright Leaderboard Photography. 16 May 2014 Allan sets record to head Brabazon qualifiers at Effingham last_img read more

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