Health and safety award
A team of undergraduate intellectual disability nursing students from Dundalk IT has won second place in the Health and Safety Authority's annual 'Occupational Safety and Health in Healthcare' competition aimed at nursing and midwifery undergraduates across Higher Education.
At the team interviews held in Dublin, finalist teams battled it out and Dundalk IT students, took home second prize and €600 prize for their efforts.
Team members were 3rd year students, Natashsa Armstrong, Maira Smith and Niamh Corrigan. St. Angela's College in Sligo took first place. Lending support to the Dundalk team on the day was Dundalk IT's Intellectual Disability Programme Director, Joe Treacy.
As part of their Business After Hours series, Dundalk Chamber in association with FPM will host a free of charge seminar on Thursday, February 20 at 6pm until 7.30pm in the Crowne Plaza Dundalk.
This very informative seminar will cover topics relating to the changes to the tax legislation involving tax issues trading North and South of the border.
Whether you are a business owner, work in Northern Ireland or own property in Northern Ireland, this seminar will address the UK tax changes you need to be aware of when you want to sell goods or services across the border, are considering setting up a branch or office in Northern Ireland, employing a Northern Irish employee or selling or renting property in Northern Ireland.
This event is a must for anyone who is interested in setting up a cross border business or have Northern Ireland employees. The event also provides an excellent learning and networking opportunity for members and non-members of Dundalk Chamber.
If you would like to book your free place at this event please call Alice or Colm in Dundalk Chamber on Tel: 042 9336343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
TOURISM GROUP AGM
The Annual General Meeting of Carlingford & Cooley Tourism Association will be held in McKevitts Hotel on Monday, Febuary 24 at 8pm. Everyone Welcome. Light refreshments will be served.