Workshops during November at the KRLC
The first is an Entrepreneurship Workshop focusing on Innovation and Creativity, and it will be held in the centre on Tuesday November 10th at 7:30pm. The workshop will look at interventions such as Lateral Thinking for developing ideas through an indirect and creative approach. The entrepreneurship workshops aim to provide participants with some of the core entrepreneurship skills to develop a business idea.
The workshop on Tuesday November 17th is aimed at adults thinking of undertaking a third level course and will focus on funding your studies as an adult learner. This series of workshops aim is to offer independent guidance to adults considering pursuing a third level course, providing those attending with some of the skills required to engage effectively in third level.
All workshops will commence at 7.30pm and are offered free of charge. Pre-registration required by contacting the centre.
Located in Park Court, Beech Road, the Killarney Regional Learning Centre (KRLC) is a higher education access, support and educational guidance centre, established by the Shannon Consortium partners - the Institute of Technology, Tralee, the University of Limerick, Limerick Institute of Technology and Mary Immaculate College. The Institute of Technology, Tralee is the lead partner for the Killarney Centre. The centre is funded under the HEA administered Strategic Innovation Fund. The KRLC will run a series of seminars on Returning to Education and Entrepreneurship, in addition to delivering a number of part-time programmes validated by the consortium partner institutes. The KRLC also offers an independent educational guidance service to adults interested in returning to third level education.
Further information available from:
John Moriarty, Killarney Regional Learning Centre, Park Court, Beech Road, Killarney.