Live Webinar / Webinar Beo
will help students as CAO deadline looms
As the Central Admissions Office (CAO) deadline looms, students and their families are invited to a free Live Webinar / Webinar Beo with renowned careers expert, Brian Mooney.
‘What Students Need To Know / Eolas rí-thábhachtach do mhic léinn’ is the title of the event which will be streamed live on the Mayo.ie Facebook page on Wednesday, January 13th, at 7pm.
“We are holding this event to help students, parents and guardians as they make their all-important CAO choices,” said Pat Howley, Chairperson, Mayo Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) Education & Training Working Group, the organisers of the event.
“Brian Mooney is an Irish Times education columnist and a guidance counsellor with many years’ experience, and we are delighted that he will be on hand to dispense his wisdom. There is no need to register, just go to the webinar live on Facebook.com/mayodotie shortly before 7pm on Wednesday, January 13.
“You can also send your questions beforehand to email@example.com.”
The webinar replaces the annual Mayo Careers Fair which has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. De bharr an paindéim COVID 19 b’éigin an ghnáth Aonach bliantúil Ghairme Mhaigh Eo a chur ar athlá agus an webinar seo a chur ar fáil ina háit.
The purpose of the webinar is to arm students and families with key information on the various options available to them upon completing their second-level education. Admission is free of charge. Is é cuspóir an webinar ná faisnéis thábhachtach a thabhairt do mhic léinn agus do theaghlaigh faoi na roghanna éagsúla atá ar fáil dóibh agus iad ag críochnú a gcuid oideachais dara leibhéal. Tá cead isteach saor in aisce.
The event is supported by Mayo County Council/Mayo.ie; MSLETB; the HSE; Mayo Local Employment Services; Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP); GMIT; Údarás na Gaeltachta; South West Mayo Development Company; Mayo North East LEADER Partnership; and Mayo Sports Partnership.
The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2015-2017 is funded by the Irish Government and co-funded by the European Social Fund and includes a special allocation under the Youth Employment Initiative. For further information, please visit the Pobal Website.
The organising committee comprises Pat Howley, Michael Gill, Anne Ronayne, Donal Hoban, Pamela Ní Thaidhg, Declan O’Callaghan, Orlagh Denneny, Tim Rogers, Lorraine Staunton, Charlie Lambert, Ana Batista, Tamara Sanchez and Liam Horan.