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Sunday 17 November 2019

Adult learning centre presents certificates to course graduates

Mary Fogarty

Students of Bray Adult Learning Centre received their certificates at a ceremony in the Little Flower Hall on the evening of Monday, October 21.

It was a wonderful night of celebration, as staff and students welcomed KWETB director of further education and training, Ken Seery, to present the awards to students who have completed QQI courses at the centre. Tutors and students joined together to celebrate all the hard work undertaken during the last year. Ken Seery congratulated the students on their achievements and presented QQI Component and Major Awards to over 60 adult learners.

Niamh Maguire, Coordinator of Bray Adult Learning acknowledged the effort and commitment it takes to return to learning as an adult and told the students they should be proud of their achievements. Students Rosie and Ana outlined how much their skills and confidence have grown over the last few years. The students were joined in their celebrations by their tutors and family and friends who support and encourage them as they progress on their learning journey. Bray Adult Learning Centre provides a first step back into education for adult learners who wish to return to education and improve their basic skills. The centre offers a wide range of part-time courses and QQI modules at Levels 2, 3 and 4. This year students received certificates to in a range of subjects including reading, writing, communications, internet skills, maths, English for speakers of other languages, digital media, desktop publishing, team-working, office skills and computer applications.

Over 300 students completed part-time courses at the centre in the last year. Many of these programmes were aimed at people developing the skills and confidence needed for the changing economy and society. Courses at the Adult Learning Centre are a great start for anyone who is thinking about returning to education or up-skilling for the job market.

For more information contact Niamh Maguire, centre coordinator at 01 2761350.

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