Engineering Showcase 2018 Postponed Due To Severe Weather Forecast

The Mid West Limerick for Engineering Showcase 2018, which was to take place at Shannon Airport on Thursday March 1, has been postponed by one week until Thursday March 8, 2018. Organisers of this free event, which offers secondary school students, guidance counsellors, parents and teachers a unique insight to the various engineering careers available in the […]

Ibec Welcomes Increase In Number Of Lleaving Certificate StudentsTaking Hhigher Level Mathematics

Ibec welcomes increase in number of leaving certificate students taking higher level mathematics Government should incentivise key subjects and move towards inquiry and experiential based learning to match skills to business needs Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has welcomed the continued increase in the number of leaving certificate students taking higher level mathematics […]

Summer works to affect Irish Rail services

Main photo – used under CC0 License Irish Rail users on Saturday services to and from Dublin Heuston can expect some disruption over the summer due to planned engineering works between Hazelhatch and Thurles on the Dublin/Cork line. Works will not take place during August, or on Saturdays of major events like sports fixtures and concerts. […]

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Engineering Apprenticeship Is Launched At LIT

For the first time in Ireland, completion of an apprenticeship will lead to the award of a Bachelor of Engineering degree.  LIT’s new apprenticeship in Industrial Electrical Engineering is a two year programme which will lead to qualified electricians being awarded with a BEng.   Speaking at the launch of the programme at the Millennium Theatre […]