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Administrative people are interested in work that offers security and a sense of being part of a larger process. They may be at their best operating under supervisors who give clear guidelines, and performing routine tasks in a methodical and reliable way.

They tend to enjoy clerical and most forms of office work, where they perform essential administrative duties. They often form the backbone of large and small organisations alike. They may enjoy being in charge of office filing systems, and using computers and other office equipment to keep things running smoothly. They usually like routine work hours and prefer comfortable indoor workplaces.

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Galway Technical Institute

Galway

Further Education

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GTI is one of the leading colleges of Further Education in Ireland, providing QQI Level 5 & 6 courses to over 1,300 learners annually. At GTI, courses are designed to be of immediate and practical use in the workplace or as a stepping stone to further study and higher qualifications. Everything our students learn will be valuable to them throughout their lives.

Our Applied Learning approach is designed to enable students learn more effectively in real-life situations. Applied Learning provides our students with learning experiences that involve solving problems that are based on real-life situations. This involves learning the role of a journalist or editor at GTI Gazette, becoming a sound engineer, film editor or production co-ordinator at CladdaTV. It may also involve working as a Beauty Therapist in GTI’s Poise Salon, or as a designer in GTI’s Annual Fashion Fiesta. Each department has its own unique real-life, real-time production/event/project. By bringing the real world into the classroom and the classroom into the real world, Applied Learning has become the most effective and exciting way to learn the key skills required for the 21st Century.

GTI’s underlying philosophy is about learning together.This is centred on learner activity, collaborative learning and critically, learning to learn. Facilities at GTI include recording studios, creative digital media laboratories, hairdressing and beauty salons, furniture design workshops, fashion studios plus a wide range of specialist IT facilities. Our European Links provide work placements abroad for over 100 GTI students annually.

Students currently travel to France, Portugal, Spain, Finland, Italy, Turkey, Scotland and the Canary Islands. These placements are fully funded and afford students the opportunity to gain valuable work related training in institutions and enterprises throughout Europe.


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THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC AT GTI offers one-to-one tuition in music performance, both classical and traditional, as well as classes in musicianship for Junior and Leaving Certificate examinations.

GTI was one of the first PLC colleges in Ireland to be awarded the Erasmus+ Mobility Charter by Léargas. This Charter recognised the operational capacity of GTI to plan, manage and implement high quality mobility projects for learners and staff.

GTI’s online radio station offers students an opportunity to develop presentation, production and technical radio skills in a real world setting while providing news, entertainment and a voice for the entire college community.

GTI’s unique online publication. Students write, edit and publish news items on a daily basis covering local, national and international issues.

Learn the skill of furniture making and design in custom designed workshops. Furniture is designed and made in the workshops of GTI, where designs are brought to life using native hardwoods. Students create unique and inspirational furniture items for the home or commercial use.


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