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What does an underwriter actually do?
Posted by Insurance

What does an underwriter actually do?

Underwriters evaluate risks and decide whether to provide insurance cover and on what basis. This is an essential role for any insurance company; if it’s carried out correctly the company will select the best risks at the right price, which will ultimately make profits for your company. Learn

Event Management Graduate
Posted by Ballsbridge College of Further Education

Event Management Graduate

In the months leading up to the Leaving Certificate I feared I wouldn’t get the points to progress into a degree in Event Management. So, I knew I had to put a contingency plan together. With the help of my guidance counsellor, I came across Ballsbridge College and

Business Studies Graduate
Posted by Ballsbridge College of Further Education

Business Studies Graduate

I always dreamed of being accepted into a 3rd level university. I decided to partake in a QQI course to help me do so, and through the recommendation of various guidance counsellors, I applied to Ballsbridge College. I was made aware of the various success stories about past students from

Digital Marketing Graduate
Posted by Ballsbridge College of Further Education

Digital Marketing Graduate

When I received a poor Leaving Certificate result I did not know what route I would take in order to enter third level education. There was nothing I wanted to achieve more than attending university. Upon researching online multiple QQI level 5 courses I decided to choose Digital Marketing at

Vegetable Farmer
Posted by Teagasc

Vegetable Farmer

Name : Shane Thorne Address: Rush, Co. Dublin Current position: Assistant Vegetable Farm Manager Business details: 200 - 250 heactares of potatoes, parsnip & early season swedes 20-25 employees Supplying two large supermarket chains Education • 2 years Engineering • Level 5 Certificate in Horticulture • Level 6 Advanced Certificate in

GreenKeeper
Posted by Teagasc

GreenKeeper

Name: Ruairi Coyle Address: Galway Current position : Galway Golf Club Education • Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Horticulture Background I began my studies at the National Botanic Gardens in October 2014. I wanted to gain more knowledge about greenkeeping and horticulture, I learned a lot about plant identification and plant

Nursery Owner
Posted by Teagasc

Nursery Owner

Name: Deirdre Howlin Address: Kilmore, Co. Wexford Current position: Owner of Grange Greens Plant Centre Education I completed the Level 5 Certificate in Horticulture (2004) & Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Horticulture at Kildalton College (2005). I then transferred to the 2nd year of the Level 7 Horticulture course in

Landscape Gardener
Posted by Teagasc

Landscape Gardener

Name: Richard Cowman Address: Tramore, Co. Waterford Current position: Assistant Garden Manager Business details: Assisting with management and maintenance of a 1 hectare garden at Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Gardens. Education • Certificate in Manufacturing Technology W.I.T. • Qualified Carpenter & Joiner • BSc in Horticulture 2012 Background I


Agriculture, Animals & Food

Vegetable Farmer
Posted by Teagasc

Vegetable Farmer

GreenKeeper
Posted by Teagasc

GreenKeeper

Nursery Owner
Posted by Teagasc

Nursery Owner

Science, Engineering & Construction

Want to be an Oceanographer?
Posted by Marine Institute

Want to be an Oceanographer?

 Data Analytics plays huge role in STEM innovation
Posted by Dublin City University

Data Analytics plays huge role in STEM innovation

Electronic Engineering a big contributor to STEM technology
Posted by Dublin City University

Electronic Engineering a big contributor to STEM technology

Medical, Wellbeing & Sport

The use of STEM in Sport Science
Posted by Dublin City University

The use of STEM in Sport Science

Ruby Walsh  - My Career as a Jockey
Posted by CareersPortal

Ruby Walsh - My Career as a Jockey

First Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner for Ennis Hospital
Posted by CareersPortal

First Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner for Ennis Hospital

Creative Arts, Fashion & Media

Nora Twomey: From school drop-out to Oscar nominee
Posted by Ballyfermot College of Further Education

Nora Twomey: From school drop-out to Oscar nominee

A Day in the life of an Artist
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

A Day in the life of an Artist

Considering being a Social Media influencer?
Posted by CareersPortal

Considering being a Social Media influencer?

Government, Law & Education

5 Tips for 6th Years to Get Ahead over the Christmas Holidays
Posted by CareersPortal

5 Tips for 6th Years to Get Ahead over the Christmas Holidays

6 Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language
Posted by CareersPortal

6 Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language

A Day in the Life of a Criminal Barrister
Posted by CareersPortal

A Day in the Life of a Criminal Barrister

Accountancy, Finance & Insurance

Insurance Practitioner Apprentice
Posted by Insurance

Insurance Practitioner Apprentice

What does an insurance apprentice actually do?
Posted by Insurance

What does an insurance apprentice actually do?

What does an underwriter actually do?
Posted by Insurance

What does an underwriter actually do?