New Part-Time Further Education Opportunities for Adults in 2014 Millstreet Adult Learning Centre

Venue: Cork ETB Adult Learning Centre, Bridge St, Millstreet, Co Cork


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Course Content

Start Date

Local History


Level 4 Accreditation

Local History

This module in local history is an introduction to history, with a particular emphasis on local history, which will teachstudents the methods of carrying out historical research at a local level.

Monday 27th 2014


I afternoon per week for 16weeks

Career Planning

& IT Skills for Job Seekers

FETAC Level 4



Career Planning & Information Technology Skills


This course will assist the learner to identify his or her skills, attitudes, experiences and interests and match these to appropriate career opportunities, set personal career objectives and compile a personal career seeking toolkit.

The IT component will ensure that participants’ skills are up to date so that they are job ready.



27th Jan 2014



1 mornings

per week

for 16 weeks


Family Learning Programme

Family Learning Certificate

Supporting your child in primary school by developing literacy, numeracy and computer literacy skills with your children. The importance of play, healthy eating and understanding the primary school curriculum will all be explored.


17th Jan. 2014


10 – 12.30

1 morning per week

for 8 weeks

English as a Second Language

FETAC Level 3




The aim of this course is to enable participants to develop their English language skills and to communicate easily in everyday situations. Language levels are assessed at registration.



16th Jan. 2014


10 – 12.30

1 morning per week for 16 weeks

For further information on the above courses contact Áine 086-7707301 or email <email>

Millstreet in the News – 20th January 2014

Better late than never as volunteers take the plunge for Boeing swim (30th Jan)

Robinson Crusoe woos the crowds as the Marian Players’ annual pantomime adds to it’s reputation (30th Jan)

Kilcorney / Dromtarriffe News on Bowling and GAA (30th Jan)

Open Night at Millstreet Community School with first year enrollment (30th Jan)

All Time Cosey Homes have been appointed as main contractor for the new astro-turf pitch in Newmarket  (30th Jan)

Gallery: Search is on for the Voice of the Glen (30th Jan)

Cream rises to the top in Duhallow Scór Sinsear finals (30th Jan)

Focus should be on all faiths, not one: Should all students not be encouraged to celebrate their faith this week, not just Catholics (27th Jan)

Heather flower on Drishane Road, & ‘our ability to adapt is amazing. Our ability to change isn’t quite as spectacular.’ (25th Jan)

Jobs: Alps Electric are looking for weekend shift operators (5)

Caught in the act? QuelleSurprise! With the Francois Hollande affair story in the news, Joanne O’Riordan wonders what would be the reaction if this happened in Ireland (20th Jan)

A Glimpse of Spring: Fr James’ photo today is of snowdrops flowering, as he reflects on the unmissable stretch in the evenings (20th Jan)

RTÉ’s ‘At your Service’ programme featured Millstreet Country Park as they strive to bring up visitor numbers to the park (19th Jan) have redeveloped Millstreet Country Park’s website (19th Jan)

Award for mother’s death: In a high Court sitting in Cork yesterday, a settlement was awarded from the HSE for the death of Marie Healy due to hospital failures  (18th Jan)

Six of best for Kerry in Munster Scór finals: A good afternoon for Kerry Clubs at the Munster Scór na nÓg Finals which were held in Millstreet GAA Hall on Sunday Jan 12th (9th Jan)

‘Winding Road’ Fr James on Pope Francis showing us how to engage with young people, and a nice photo of Mushera under light snow (17th Jan)

Financial constraints and language a big barrier for young asylum seekers: These are findings of one of the Community School Projects at the Young Scientist Exhibition (16th Jan)

Jobs: Killarney Immigrant Support Centre are looking for a Project Worker for the North Cork region, based in Millstreet (16th Jan)

Gallery: Millstreet ladies round off season on high note: 180 ladies celebrate Women’s Little Christmas in the Wallis Arms Hotel (9th Jan)

Some nice Tweets

Millstreet Athletic Club

Do you want to get fit for the New Year?


  Would you like to be able to run 3k, 5k or even 10k?

  Then we’d love to help you achieve your goal.

Millstreet Athletic Club are training on Wednesday nights @ 7pm (starting 29th January) and Sundays @ 9.45am (starting 2nd February) in Millstreet Town Park for male and females over 18 years of age. 
It doesn’t matter if you’ve never ran before or if you’ve done a little, we cater for everyone.  We’ll get you on your feet and you’ll never look back.  So why not join us, you’ve got nothing to lose.  

For further info contact 087-2617001

Death Notice: Pat Joe Hickey, Derragh, Cullen

HICKEY (Derragh, Cullen): On January 19, 2014, peacefully, in the presence of his loving family and excellent care of the matron and staff in Millstreet Community Hospital, PAT JOE, son of the late James and Mary and brother of the late Christy and Peggy McAuliffe. Sadly missed by his loving sisters Sheila Linehan (Dooneen) and May Hayes (Glanmire), brother James (Meenskehy), sister-in-law, brother-in-law, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grand- nephews, great-grandniece Noaise, relatives, neighbours and a wide circle of friends.
Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home on this Monday evening from 6pm with removal to the Church of the Nativity, Cullen at 8pm. Requiem Mass on tomorrow, Tuesday, at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

Death Notice: Hannah Mary Daly, Killarney Rd.

1960 Hannah Mary Daly at a dance in MillstreetDALY (Killarney Road, Millstreet): On January 19, 2014, peacefully, at the Mercy University Hospital, Cork, HANNAH MARY, beloved daughter of the late John Joe and Hannah and sister of the late Denis. Deeply regretted by her brother John, sister-in-law Kathleen, nieces Ann, Majella and Denise, nephew John, relatives and friends.
Rest in Peace
Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home Millstreet on tomorrow, Tuesday, from 6pm with removal to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet at 8pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.